TSDEECET

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA SCHOOL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

Hyderabad, Telangana

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The GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA SCHOOL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT is also known as TSDEECET is situated at Hyderabad, Telangana . Official website of GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA SCHOOL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT is http://www.telangana.gov.in/ , you can download online TSDEECET Result 2019 marks sheet from the official website as well as our website here on this page. visit our site to get all exam result, notification and time-table of GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA SCHOOL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.

Date Exam Result Name
⚡ 08/11/2017 SSC and Intermediate (TOSS) Courses - Special Admission Schedule for the Academic year 2017-18

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Telangana, as a geographical and political entity was born on June 2, 2014 as the 29th and the youngest state in Union of India. However, as an economic, social, cultural and historical entity it has a glorious history of at least two thousand five hundred years or more. Megalithic stone structures like cairns, cists, dolmens and menhir​s found in several districts of Telangana show that there were human habitations in this part of the country thousands of years ago. Remnants of iron ore smelting found at many places demonstrate the hoary roots of artisanship and tool making in Telangana for at least two thousand years. The reference to Asmaka Janapada, part of present Telangana, as one of the 16 Janapadas in ancient India proves that there exist​ed an advanced stage of society.

One of the first five disciples of the Buddha, Kondanna is a typical name from Telangana and though there is no exact information about his native place, the earliest known Buddhist township of Kondapur in Medak district is believed to be after him. The Buddha himself famously acknowledged that it was Kondanna who understood him properly. The Buddhist sources say that Bavari, a Brahmin from Badanakurti in Karimnagar sent his disciples to all the way to north India to learn Buddhism and spread the message in this region. Megasthenes, who visited India in the 4th century BCE, wrote that there were 30 fortified towns of Andhras and a majority of them were in Telangana. In the historical age, Telangana had given rise to mighty empires and kingdoms like the Satavahanas, Vakatakas, Ikshvakus, Vishnukundins, Chalukyas, Kakatiyas, Qutb Shahis and Asif Jahis.