Hyderabad, 06 Dec: The governments of Telangana and Kerala will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Trivandrum on 6th Dec, 2015 for the construction of Telangana Bhavan at the bank of river Pamba near Sabarimalai in Kerala. The Telangana state government decided to construct Telangana Bhavan in Kerala for the benefit of Ayyappa Devotees visiting each year from Telangana to Sabarimala. The government of Kerala allotted five acres land for the proposed Telangana Bhavan at Nilakkal near the bank of Pamba River at Sabarimalai. At the time of Foundation Stone for Kerala Bhavan Laid by Kerala CM Oommen Chandy on 20th September 2015, the Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao asked Kerala CM to offer land near Sabarimala to construct Telangana Bhavan in Kerala.
The Telangana state Endowments Minister A Indra Karan Reddy will sign a MoU with Chief minister of Kerala Oommen Chandy on 6th Dec. The Endowments minister visits Kerala along with endowments secretary Siva Sankar N, 6 MLAs of Telangana state. The Telangana government will construct Telangana Bhavan which includes a parking place, dormitory, bath rooms and a canteen. The Telangana will be the first state to construct a building for the convenience of Ayyappa devotees in Sabarimala. Telangana Endowments minister Indra Karan Reddy requested the Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy to set up a special control room in Sabarimala for the benefit of Telugu speaking Ayyappa devotees.
Telangana State Entrance Tests Schedule from 2nd May
Hyderabad: The Telanagana State Council for Higher Education (TSCHE) has declared the schedule for various Common Entrance Tests (CETs) to be commenced from May 2, 2016. The TSCHE chairman Papai Reddy T announced the dates at a press conference in Hyderabad on 5th January. The The Timing, conveners, rules and regulations would be announced later. The Telanagan state council has prepared the scheduled by giving three to four days time gap between the exams with a view to avoid date clash with APSCHE schedule.