Last Date For Admission into Inter 1st year in TSWRJC CET 2022 Extended up to July 25

Last Date For Admission into Inter 1st year in TSWRJC CET 2022 Extended up to July 25

Hyderabad, July 21 (Hydnow): TSWRJC CET – 2022, the last date of submission of applications for admission into 1st-year Intermediate courses (Arts, Science & Vocational streams) in Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions for the academic year 2022-23, has been extended up to July 25.

TSWREIS Secretary Ronald Rose, IAS, said the candidates, who got selected and not yet reported shall report to their respective selected institutions on or before July 25. The provisionally selected candidates, who fail to report to their colleges on the said dates, will forego their seat. The candidates should submit the relevant certificates i.e., TC, caste, income, marks memo, and bonafide to complete admission formalities.

Candidates can also utilize the Toll-free number 1800 425 45678 services for admission-related queries during office hours. The candidates can check and download the results by visiting the following websites www.tswreis.ac.inwww.tswrjc.cgg.gov.in. (Hydnow)

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