CPGET becomes flexible: brings in major changes

CPGET

The Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) has arranged a meeting with the Vice Chancellors (VCs) of various universities across the state of Telangana to undertake several key decisions. It was announced on this occasion that several changes are being made in the Common PG Entrance Test system to be conducted this year (2022). PG Admissions in Arts and Political Science courses are offered to students of any degree. As usual, this year too, the Common PG Entrance Test (TS CPGET 2022) will beCPGET becomes flexible: brings in major changes handed over to Osmania University (OU). The Telangana Common PG Entrance Test notification will be released later this month. The Board of Higher Education has decided to cancel the colleges and courses which have registered zero admissions for this (2022-23) academic year. VCs are advised that if there are less than 15 students enrolled in one course, they should be given the opportunity to transfer to other courses or do so at a distance.