Telangana clears 158 BE colleges for academic year 2016-17

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The university also gave affiliation to 46 pharmacy colleges with 4,000 seats.

Hyderabad: A large number of engineering colleges lost out on affiliation for the academic year 2016-17. In a press note issued late on evening on Sunday, JNTU registrar N. Yadaiah said 158 engineering colleges were given affiliation.
With this the number of seats available for B.Tech first year students will be 79,705 seats.

The university also gave affiliation to 46 pharmacy colleges with 4,000 seats.
In all 360 private colleges including 241 engineering, 89 pharmacy and  30 MBA colleges had applied for affiliation from the JNTU.

The web options process for Eamcet rankers will commence from  July 5.
Following the grant of affiliation, computer science engineering has the most seats on offer at 21,930.

This is followed by 21,798 seats for electronics and communication enginering, 12,345 for mechanical, 10,363 seats for electronics and electrical and 9,999 seats for civil engineering.

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