The Common Entrance Test for the admissions into Engineering, Medical and Agricultural streams will be held on May 12. As per the reports, TS-EAMCET 2017 will be conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in offline mode only. The official notification will be published on February 27, 2017, in the official website. The online registration will start from March 03. Apart from the six centres, in Telangana, the examination will be held in 18 other centres of across the state. The chairman of TS Higher Education Council, Mr. T. Papi Reddy expects 1.4 lakhs students to appear for TS-EAMCET 2017 for engineering stream.
As per the sources, the information brochure and official notification regarding TS EAMCET will be issued on February 27, 2017. This year, the exam will be held in offline mode as usual on May 12. The Chairman of TS Higher Education Council announced the dates in a press conference. The TS EAMCET Application Form will be available online from March 03 to April 03, 2017. Any changes in the application forms will be done between April 07 to 20, with the fee of Rs. 500/- till April 12.
The candidates who will fill the application form will be eligible to download the Admit Card of TS EAMCET from May 01 to 09, 2017. The authority will prepare and publish the merit rank on May 22, 2017. The exam will be held in 18 other cities across the state in addition of new centres like Nirmal, Bhuvanagiri, Shamshabad and Pedapalli. Besides that, the cities from Andhra Pradesh such as Tirupati, Vishakhapatnam and Vijaywada are also included as exam centres.
The exam for engineering courses will be held in morning session between 10:00 am to 01:00 pm, whereas, the medical stream will be held in afternoon from 02:30 pm to 05:30 pm. Despite, question paper was leaked in the previous year, the JNTU has been consigned for holding the entrance examination this year as well. The Chairperson assured on Monday that a lot of preparation for the paper and for the printing process is going on. The full-proof arrangements have been done to prevent the action of the leak of question paper.
The vice chancellor of JNTU Mr. A. Venugopal Reddy advised the candidates to reach the examination centre half an hour before the commencement of exam. The rule of not permitting to enter if they are a minute late will be implemented strictly. Mr. Papi assumes that number of candidates for medical courses will be comparatively less due to National Eligibility cum Entrance Test.