Test will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for engineering stream and between 2.30 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. for medical stream

All arrangements have been made for the smooth conduct of EAMCET-2013 in Warangal on Friday (May 10), said regional coordinator and principal of KU Engineering College L.P. Raj Kumar.

A total of 22,200 students are appearing for the test in the district. Of them 15,300 will appear for the engineering stream and 6,900 for agricultural & medicine at 27 centres in the district. The entrance test for engineering stream would be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and for medical stream from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.

Students would be allowed into the test hall 45 minutes before the time and they are advised to reach the centre well before the time. No candidate would be allowed even if he or she is late by one minute.

Further, electronic and digital gadgets, including mobile phones, would strictly be not allowed into the examination hall.

The students should not forget to bring the “online filled in application form” and also SC/ST caste certificate along with them. Students have to use blue/black ball-point pen for bubbling the answers in the OMR sheet, he said.

At 36 centres in Karimnagar

Staff Reporter writes from Karimnagar: The Eamcet examination in Karimnagar district will be held at 36 centres.

Regional coordinator and Government Women’s Degree and PG College principal P. Ramesh said that a total of 13,500 students would appear for the engineering stream in 27 centres, about 4,600 students would appear for medicine stream in nine centres.