Government college students appearing for online AP EAMCET (Andhra Pradesh Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test) would be offered free online mock tests. TSCHE, the conducting body, will hold the entrance test in online mode from next year with the help of TCS (Tata Consultancy Services) and because of lack of access and money to backward & unprivileged students they have decided to provide them with free online mock tests.
The decision to provide online mock tests is a blessing in disguise as Andhra Pradesh EAMCET is one such examination that offers scope to various aspirants to get admitted in universities and colleges and thereby requires proper coaching and practice by giving tests.
The coaching industry for AP EAMCET predominate the profit margins. Therefore, in the light of the quantity of appearing candidates and the affordability of coaching fees, the government took a bold decision of providing online mock tests in which the government college students too can study hard enough to appear for AP EAMCET even if they are unable to bear the cost of a requisite study hour plan with a trained professional in a coaching institute.
Although the online mock tests will be free of cost, there will be a nominal fee hike that will take place in its registration so that the costs involved in conducting the online AP EAMCET is borne responsibly with adequate requirements. The decision of online exam, free online mock tests and the growing demand of educational courses, also sets a positive mind set for the candidates about the increasing demand of the professionals in the market.
Not only this, the offering of online mock tests can now be centrally controlled and may not be misused as a product to be sold to the highest bidder. This will allow candidates to study in remote locations with access to internet and allow them an opportunity to excel in life. Not only the accessibility becomes convenient, but also the appearing aspirant will be able to understand the true quality of the entrances test from the perspective of the conducting authorities. With the offering of online mock tests, many more decisions will be taken by the government to uplift the people from the plight of poverty and corruption and help them afford a future for their kids. The decision taken by the government has certainly won a few hearts, if not many, of the people belonging to backward classes.
This is quite a good move as every year millions of students appear for various online tests with the hope and aim for a better future for themselves. Since, the fees for coaching institutes cannot be afforded by everyone hence the best quality is offered to the ones who can afford the training fee for entrance exams.
EAMCET stands for Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test. This test is conducted for the admission to engineering and medical colleges in the states of Andhra Pradesh and the newly formed state, Telangana. Various universities and colleges that offer courses such as BDS, B.Pharm, BSc, B.Tech etc. require qualification of EAMCET. EAMCET coaching industry offers nearly INR 50 billion in financial structure a year by training candidates to clear it.
The Conducting Body
Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) is now given the prime responsibility of upholding all Common Entrance Tests (CET) starting 2018. December 18, 2017, began with a joint convention of TSCHE chairman, Prof. T Papi Reddy, online CET conducting team of TS (Telangana State), TCS, JNTU-H (Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University- Hyderabad) and OU (Osmania University). Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) play a vital role in this matter since these CETs will be given online which involves huge infrastructure cost.