EAMCET centres: Hyderabad divided into four zones

Published: 01st February 2013 10:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st February 2013 10:48 AM   |  A+A-

Students appearing for EAMCET-2013 will be spared the travails of travelling long distances to reach the examination centre on time.

Accordingly, the Hyderabad regional centre has been divided into four zones by the convener of EAMCET. The division into zones will ensure that candidates from a particular zone are allotted an examination centre within the same zone, saving on travel time.

“Last year we observed that a student from Dilsukhnagar was allotted an examination centre at Patancheru. In order to avoid inconvenience to students, we have thought of the zonal system,” said NV Ramana Rao, convener of EAMCET-2013.

The four zones of Hyderabad fall in the jurisdiction of four universities. The examination will be conducted on May 10 at 26 regional centres, including four new ones, in the state. The new centres will be one each at Chittoor, Bhimavaram in West Godavari district, Janagam in Warangal district and Wanaparthy in Mahbubnagar district.

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