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Out of the nearly 2.20 lakh aspirants, only 50,000 students have the privilege of attending coaching centres for appearing in the annual entrance exam which has become highly competitive over the years. Since a majority of the aspirants could not avail of the high cost of special coaching, the mock exam will help them in having a better understanding of the annual entrance and prepare themselves accordingly, DYFI leaders told a news conference here on Tuesday.
They claimed that this was the first time in the State such an exam was being held for B.Ed aspirants as hitherto, such mock entrance tests were conducted for only EAMCET aspirants. The question paper for the mock entrance, which will set in Hyderabad will be framed by Prof. Lakshman Rao, a senior professor of Guntur. The mock entrance will be conducted at four different centres in Vijayawada and the venue will be announced shortly, according to Muddasar Ahmed, State president.
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