Andhra Pradesh

EAMCET to be held from April 22

Ganta releases schedule for entrance tests for various courses

Common entrance test for admission into engineering courses (APEAMCET) will commence on April 22. The entrance test will be held in three days and six sessions. The test for admission into medicine (Bi.P.C) will be held on April 26. JNTU-Kakinada will host the tests.

Releasing the schedule of the entrance tests, Minister for Human Resources Development Ganta Srinivasa Rao said here on Monday that there would be online mock tests for the candidates appearing for EAMCET.

Beginning with the common entrance test for admission into B.Ed courses (APEDCET) on April 19, the CETs would end on May 4. The APLAWCET would be held on April 2018, followed by EAMCET (engineering and medicine), APICET (management courses) and APECET for the students who completed polytechnic and are aspiring for the engineering course.

Entrance test for admission into PG courses in engineering would be held by Andhra University during the period between May 10 and May 12.

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Printable version | Jun 7, 2020 9:57:34 AM |

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