Staff Reporter

VIJAYAWADA: In view of the EAMCET-2010 to be held at various examination centres in the city on Sunday, the traffic wing of the city police imposed restrictions on the movement of vehicles and identified parking lots near the examination centres.

Lorries and transport vehicles going towards Kankipadu side from Benz Circle will be diverted at Nidamanuru. These vehicles will have to join Bandar Road at Poranki. Heavy vehicles coming to the city from Machilipatnam and Gudivada side will be diverted at Kankipadu and moved towards Uppuluru and Kesarapalle. At the end of examination, students who appeared for the examination at Siddhartha Engineering College will have to go towards Tadigadapa centre, Kanuru and Mahanadu road to the city.

After appearing for the engineering examination, students will have to leave their hostels only after 3 p.m.

GUNTUR: All arrangements have been in place for the smooth conduct of Engineering and Medical Entrance Test (EAMCET) on Sunday. The test is being conducted in 43 centres.

The test was being held in two schedules-Engineering- 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Medicine 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.

Regional Coordinator, Eamcet, B. Raveendra Babu on Saturday advised the students to come early to their respective test centres. Students could occupy their seats in the test centres from 9. 15 a.m. itself.

District Collector B. Ramanjaneyulu, who held a review meeting with Transport and RTC officials, instructed them to provide all the necessary transport to students from far-flung areas.

He also directed the Transco officials to ensure that there was no power disruptions. Drinking water and medical facilities should be kept in hand.