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    39,969 students allocated special category certificate seats by DOST

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    Faculty wise allotments:

    – Arts: 6,772

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    – Commerce: 15,508

    – Life Sciences: 8,771

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    – Physical Science: 4,105

    – Data Science & AI/ML: 505

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    – B.Sc Honors (Computer Science): 234

    – B.Sc Honors (Bio-Technology): 35

    – Apprenticeship Embedded Programs: 595

    – Others: 3,444

    – TOTAL: 39,969

    Hyderabad: Around 39,969 students were allotted seats in the special category certificate of phase 1 of Degree Online Services, Telangana (DOST) on Thursday.

    According to Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) officials, candidates who are allotted seats will receive an SMS to their registered mobile numbers. These candidates can also check their seat allotment details by logging in to the DOST website. Students who secured a seat in the special phase are instructed to reserve their seat through Online Self-Reporting by August 21. They need to pay Rs.500/- or Rs.1,000/- (depending on the case) in DOST Candidate Login.

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    Students who are allotted seats in Government Degree Colleges/University Colleges and are eligible for ePASS fee reimbursement do not need to pay any amount to reserve their seat. They are also required to report to their allotted colleges by August 21 and submit all necessary documents. If a candidate fails to report to the college, they will lose the allotted seat and will need to self-report again.

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    Rajesh M
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