Over 3.8 lakh to appear for EAMCET

HYDERABAD: The Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test-2012 (Eamcet) results will be announced on May 24. Speaking at a press conference here on Thursday, Prof N V Ramana Rao

Published: 13th April 2012 02:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:29 PM   |  A+A-

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Eamcet convener N V Ramana Rao (right) making a point at a press conference at JNTU in Hyderabad on Thursday. JNTU-H Vice-Chancellor Rameswara Rao is

HYDERABAD: The Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test-2012 (Eamcet) results will be announced on May 24. Speaking at a press conference here on Thursday, Prof N V Ramana Rao, convener of Eamcet-2012, stated that the last date for submission of online applications of Eamcet-2012 with a fine of Rs 500 ended by March 9. There were two more deadlines with extra fine for submitting online applications.

With a fine of Rs 1,000, the deadline was March 19 midnight and the final deadline with a fine of Rs 5,000 was March 28 midnight.

Hall tickets can be downloaded from apeamcet.org. Downloading has been made available from March 26 and will continue till May 12, the date of exam. All candidates have to attend the examination with hall tickets and personal information data sheet, that also can be downloaded from the website.  The hall ticket and data sheet should be shown to the invigilator. Else, they would not be allowed to write the exam.

Candidates have to get gazetted officer’s signature on the personal data form and bring it to the exam centre or they will not be allowed to write exam. SC and ST candidates have to carry photocopies of their caste/tribe certificates or their results will be withheld, he warned.

Over 3.8 lakh candidates have applied for Eamcet-2012 and among them, percentage of girls is more than boys. About 710 exam centres will be arranged for the candidates to take the test, he informed.

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