As many as 45,888 engineering and pharmacy seats of the total 1,06,203 convener quota seats have been remained vacant after the final phase of EAMCET counselling.
Though there are 9,560 seats under the EWS quota, only 9,093 candidates came armed with eligibility certificates.
The list of the selected students will be out on August 14.
Among top 1,000, less than 100 give options; delay in counselling blamed for poor show
This year, the Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee (AFRC) has permitted colleges to enhance the fee by around 10 per cent.
A whopping 28,187 engineering seats are up for grabs in the final phase of counselling for Eamcet 2019 which commences on Wednesday.
The managements of engineering colleges will meet HRD Minister Adimulapu Suresh on Monday on the issues of fee enhancement and reimbursement.
Scenario was much better in 14 engineering colleges run by the state government universities as 3,069 seats of the total 3,071 were filled.
As per the government order (GO), the fee for the block period 2019-22 for 171 colleges has been fixed by the Telangana Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee (TAFRC).
The students have to upload the required documents, following which verification would be completed.
AP EAMCET 2019 counselling will start from July 1 with the verification of most students’ data completed.
Eligible candidates who qualified Andhra Pradesh EAMCET 2018 can apply online by paying the processing fee between June 28 to July 8.
Students of Alphores Educational Society secured good ranks in the TS Eamcet. One student, M Sahithi, secured the 217th rank.
Top rank holder in TS EAMCET, Kushwanth, is going to pursue MBBS after he secured all India 16th rank in the JIPMER exam.
D Chandrasekhara SSH, the second rank holder from the State, likely to miss EAMCET counselling as he is eyeing a seat in IIT Bombay.