According to the notification the EAMCET will be computer-based examination and will be held online.
Eamcet in Telangana will be conducted on July 14, 15, 18, 19 and 20 while ECET will be held on July 13.
According to sources, Eamcet is likely to be held in the last week of June; the Council is expected to announce the schedule soon.
Suresh said 92.85 per cent of the candidates who took the test qualified for admissions to agriculture and pharmacy colleges in the State.
If any student's application is refused by any institution, they can submit their application for admission in the office of TAFRC, and the committee would forward their application to the college.
Students from Andhra Pradesh bagged first and second ranks in the engineering stream of Telangana State EAMCET (Agricultur e, Pha rma cy and Veterinary).
Karthikeya said getting a good rank in Eamcet had given him more confidence to do well in NEET.
The online exam for the engineering stream is slated for August 19, 20, 23, 24 & 25, while the agriculture and pharmacy tests are on September 3, 6 & 7.
The decision to relax the cut-off marks was made due to the impact of the pandemic, and is said to be temporary.
All candidates who appeared for EAMCET will be able to fill basic information online, pay the processing fee and book a slot for certificate verification between August 30 and September 9.
As per the officials of the State Higher Education, around 28,000 more candidates appeared for the TS EAMCET exam this year.
Candidates who have any Covid-19 symptoms or if they get it on the day of the exams can inform the officials so that alternative arrangements can be made to conduct the exams for such candidates.