EAMCET Answer Key released 2013
The EAMCET Committee has released the key for the test conducted on 10th May, 2013.
The key can be downloaded from ‘www.apeamcet.org’. The last date for submission of objections on preliminary key is 18th May, 2013.
Students or teachers can submit the objections to the EAMCET Convenor either through speed post or registered post.
No post received after 5 p.m. on 18th May, 2013 would be entertained, according to a press release.
Eamcet Medical Stream Results 2013
Engineering Common Entrance Test ECET Results 2013 has been declared on 28th May, 2013.
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Medical aspirants in the State have to wait till 28th May, 2013 to know their fate with the Supreme Court on 10th May, 2013 postponing its final verdict on the National – Eligibility – cum – Entrance Test ( NEET ) to 28th May, 2013.
The Supreme Court had earlier directed the officials not to release the results of any medical entrance exam till they dispose of all the petitions on the NEET.
Even the Eamcet officials had earlier declared that though the results has been declared on 28th May, 2013, the medical streams results would be withheld till the decision on NEET was delivered by the Supreme Court.
Parents fear the delay would hamper other plans of the students.
“For two months they will not know whether their performance in Eamcet or NEET will be considered for admission,” a parent said adding that the competition in the two exams was in different scale and aspirants would be clueless on the outcome of their performance.
About 68,000 students from the State had appeared for the NEET – UG exam held on 5th May, 2013 among the seven lakh across the country.
The State government had challenged NEET in the Supreme Court, after it was made mandatory by the Medical Council of India, arguing that the State syllabus was different and students were not informed well in advance thus putting them at a disadvantage compared to their peers in other parts of the country. The court allowed the State government to conduct the medical test in Eamcet but wanted that the results be withheld till the final verdict was given.
PG Admissions Hit
The NEET controversy had affected even the Medical PG admissions.
EAMCET College Allotment to be Intimated on 14th September, 2012
Students aspiring to join Engineering colleges will get text messages on their mobiles on 14th September, 2012 night with information on the allotment of the course and the college.
The process of allotments will be completed by evening on that day and students will be sent information on the mobile numbers registered by them during the certificate verification. The Camp Officer of EAMCET Admissions, Raghunath said that students can log on http://apeamcet.nic.in and download the allotment letter. The letter will also have a bank challan form indicating the fee amount to be paid. The fee can be paid at any of the Andhra Bank or Indian Bank branches in the State.
After paying the fee, students have to report at the allotted college before 24th September, 2012 failing which they will lose the seat. Candidates who don’t wish to join the allotted college don’t have to pay the fee but they can still attend the second phase of counselling that is likely to start on 28th September, 2012 or 29th September, 2012.
Meanwhile, about 350 students who attended the certificate verification did not choose any options. Dr.Raghunath said that 1,37,266 candidates attended certificate verification but only 1,36,906 students gave options. About 80,000 candidates who cleared the EAMCET also did not turn up for certificate verification itself and it is expected that these candidates preferred to move out of the State to neighbouring Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
Delay in admission process and confusion over fee structure has forced several parents to opt for seats in deemed varsities apart from concern over the poor quality of engineering education in the State.
EAMCET 2012 Counselling Notification to be announced
The EAMCET 2012 counselling notification will be announced, the state’s higher education committee has confirmed on 19th August, 2012. The online option entry will be open from 30th August, 2012 on the EAMCET 2012 official website and the last date for choice filling is 8th September, 2012. To assist students with the entire counselling process 53 helpline centres will be established.
The facility to changes option entries will be enabled on 9th September, 2012 & 10th September, 2012. The seat allotment will be made on 12th September, 2012 by 6 p.m. This year additionally 37,730 seats added as follows ECE 10700 seats, CSE 8730 seats, Mechanical 9260 seats and Civil 5720 seats.
The certificate verification will be on 27th August, 2012.
Update : Certificate verification schedule below
For OC / BC / SC / Minority Category Candidates ( MPC Stream ) – http://apeamcet.nic.in/Annexure1.xls
For PH, CAP, NCC, SPORTS & GAMES, ANGLO – INDIAN Candidates ( MPC Stream ) – http://apeamcet.nic.in/Annexure3.xls
Website for EAMCET 2012 Counselling Information http://apeamcet.nic.in/
EAMCET 2012 Counselling likely from 23rd August, 2012
The EAMCET was concluded on 12th May, 2012 and the results were declared on 29th June, 2012; close to seven weeks have passed since the results got declared. The counselling dates are yet to be announced by the Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education ( APSCHE ). It is expected that the EAMCET 2012 counselling will commence from 23rd August, 2012. The fee structure issue has been sorted out by chief minister Kiran Kumar Reddy after having a meeting with the management personnel of engineering colleges.
Other states such as Karnataka have started the engineering counselling process and the same is nearing for closure, however in Andhra Pradesh the dates wasn’t announced. The counselling process will take a month; assuming the EAMCET 2012 counselling process starts on 23rd August, 2012 it is most likely to get over before September last week. The engineering classes will commence during the last week of September .
It is important to be prepared for the counselling process, researching a bit on the colleges and courses will surely be a plus point. The engineering courses are categorized as follows :
- B.E. / B.Tech.
- B.Tech. ( Agriculture. Engg. )
- B.Tech. ( Bio – Technology ) ( M.P.C. )
- B.Tech. ( Dairy Technology )
- B.Tech. ( Food Science & Technology )
- B.Sc. ( CA & BM ) ( M.P.C. )
- B.Pharm ( M.P.C. )
- Pharm – D ( M.P.C. )
Colleges that admit students under the counseling based on EAMCET ranks fall under these university regions :
- Andhra University ( AU region )
- Osmania University ( OU region )
- Sri Venkateswara University ( SVU region )
- Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University ( JNTU region )
Also research on the affiliated colleges by visiting the University websites, be sure to choose the oldest engineering college according to your Rank. Older the Institute better it is, it is a general thumb rule and while deciding the specialization to opt in; go for the one which suits you best. Be sure to select only AICTE approved colleges and give least preference to new colleges as they won’t be able to find quality teaching staff and certain resource constraints will stop them to provide quality education to students. It is better to choose an old ( well established ) even if it is not in your hometown than choosing a new college which is in your home place.
Over the past 10 years or so engineering students have shown preference of specializations as follows
- Computer Science
- Civil Engineering and
- Information Technology
As far as our experience is concerned the order of preference should be
- Computer Science
- Information Technology
- Civil Engineering
However the order mentioned above is only for those who don’t have any specialization preference. If someone is more interested in Mechanical Engineering then it is wise to give Mechanical Engineering as their first preference.
BE College Admissions finds no takers of NRI Quota
After the EAMCET counselling, finally time for admissions. But admission authorities found that candidates are not interested in taking up NRI Quota seats. But Why? Its all because of the NRI Norms which were tightened up by the State Government of Andhra Pradesh.
The NRI quota in Engineering colleges was once the most sought – after by college managements and students. This year however, it has no takers at all. Candidates awaken by the State Government’s tight norms on NRI – quota admissions to check for malpractices like the sale of seats, the managements of engineering colleges are reluctant to offer NRI quota seats this year.
In the previous years, there was a heavy demand for NRI quota seats, especially in the top 50 Engineering colleges. Here the managements used to fill seats as their discretion irrespective of the students securing merit in EAMCET or qualifying exam ( Plus2 ).
This year, less than five colleges have applied to the All India Council for Technical Education ( AICTE ) to seek permission to fill quota seats. The State Government has recently slashed the NRI quota from 15 to 5% of seats. It tightened the rules, stating that only those NRI students whose parents resided abroad should be offered seats. Now, the managements feel that it would be difficult to fill even 5% NRI seats this year.
The 15% NRI seats was part of the 30% Management quota in Engineering colleges. With the government reducing the NRI quota to 5%, the colleges will now have to fill 25% seats under the Management quota for a fee of 95,000 per annum. For NRI quota seats, the fee prescribed amount is $ 5,000, which amounts to nearly 3 lakh per annum. The revised norms agree that NRI quota admissions have to be made under the supervision of the AP State Council of Higher Education. The colleges have to display the number of NRI seats offered by them before.
AP – EAMCET 2012 Medical Counseling Dates announced
Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada announced the EAMCET 2012 Medical counseling dates for admission in to the MBBS and BDS courses for the academic year 2012 – 13. Counseling will be held at four centres in Andhra Pradesh.
The Rank holders of EAMCET – 2012 are directed to attend the counseling for admission into MBBS / BDS Courses for the academic year 2012 – 13 at the following centers as per the schedule given below. The candidates need not to submit any application form for admission into MBBS / BDS Courses as per G.O.Ms.No.140 & 141, HM & FW ( E1 ) Dept., dated 4th July, 2009.
The EAMCET 2012, rank wise Medical counseling stars from 20th July, 2012 to 27th July, 2012 for all category candidates. The eligible candidates are advised to attend for counseling at any one of the counseling centers of their choice.
Important Note :
One year Compulsory Rural Service, as per G.O.Ms. No. 165, HM & FW ( E1 ) Dept., dated 20th July, 2010, the Medical / Dental graduates passing out of the Govt. Medical and Dental colleges as well as Private Medical and Dental ( Minority and Non – minority ) colleges in the State shall serve one year Compulsory Rural Medical / Dental service.
Counseling Centres :
- Hyderabad : JNTUH, Kukatpally, Hyderabad.
- Visakhapatnam : Opp. School of Distance Education, Andhra University Campus.
- Vijayawada : Administrative Building. Dr NTR University of Health Sciences.
- Tirupathi : Old MBA building, S.V University.
For Medical counseling scheduled time table, Please visit http://188.8.131.52/HTML/NoticeBoard/2012/ug/NotificationMBBS12.htm
EAMCET – 2012 Result Analysis – State Toppers List Out
EAMCET – 2012 Results have been declared on Friday, 29th June, 2012 at 6PM. AP EAMCET was held by the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad on behalf of APSCHE. The results were released by Sri Damodar Raja Narasimha, the Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister, Minister for Higher and Technical Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.
The Examination was held on 12th June, 2012. A total of 3,89,649 candidates registered for the EAMCET-2012 examination. Out of them, around 2,94,131 were registered for Engineering and 95,518 for Agriculture and Medical stream. The exam was conducted in almost 26 regions across the state.
The percentage of attendance for Engineering was 96.38 and for Agriculture and Medical was 95.18. Both the test consisted of 160 multiple choice questions. Utmost care was taken to prevent malpractice and cases of impersonation by providing candidate’s specific OMR’s and Nominal Rolls with photograph, name and DOB.
Candidates thumb impressions were taken on the Nominal Rolls as well as online filled application form in the Examination hall for verification of genuiness of the candidates. A total of 19,480 invigilators, 800 observers, 40 special observers for the Regional Centres, 190 Enforcement Officers for each Agriculture and Medical Test Centre along with flying squads monitored the smooth conduct of examination.
Moreover, Revenue, Treasury, Police Officials, APSRTC, APGENCO, Education Institutions Co – operated for smooth conduct of the Examination. With all such security actions still, eight malpractice cases in Engineering stream were reported. The performance of eight candidates in EAMCET 2012 examination has been cancelled.
Below are the TOPPERS LIST’s of EAMCET 2012 Examination :
Top 5 Rank Holders in Engineering Stream :
Rank 1 : Chinta Nitish Chandra
Rank 2 : M.V.B Manojkumar
Rank 3 : Nallamalli Ruoesh Venkata
Rank 4 : Kalmekolanu Dheeraj Reddy
Rank 5 : Goparapu Sai Kumar Reddy
Top 5 Rank Holders in Agriculture and Medicine Stream :
Rank 1 : Reddy Vijay Ketan
Rank 2 : Sunkara Lokendra Pavan Kumar
Rank 3 : B.V.R.S. Sai Virinchi Yadav
Rank 4 : Kamani Naresh Babu
Rank 5 : Dasarti Utheja
According to the reports, 90917 candidates had appeared for the examination, among them 83696 were qualified in EAMCET, number of passed candidates is 77800, failed candidates – 4606 and around 1280 students have no details of qualifying their Examination.