December 20, 2013

EAMCET Notification 2014

Engineering Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET 2014) Conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University(JNTU Hyd) on May 10, 2014. The last date for submission of forms is March 22nd and the notification carrying all the details will be released on February 3rd, 2014. Candidates can only apply Online at and 

Important Dates: 
Notification Issued on                            : February 10th, 2014
Online Application Start from           : February 20th, 2014
Online Application Last Date                   : April 4th, 2014
Last Date with Rs.500 with Fine                     : April 18th, 2014
Last Dae with Rs.1000 with fine                     : April 25th, 2014
Hall Tickets Download from                    : May 2 to 15, 2014
EAMCET Exam on                            : May 17th, 2014
Primary Key Released on                          : May 19th, 2014
Results Announced on                                       : June 2nd, 2014

The engineering admission test will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and medical test aspirants would write their test from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. No electronic gadgets will be allowed inside the exam centre and students must use only blue and black ballpoint pens for bubbling. The downloading of the hall-tickets will start on April 20 from

blue or black ballpoint pen has to be used for darkening the circles in the answer sheets and pencils will not be allowed. Candidates have to get their own pens. Candidates also need to fill their mother’s name in the application form that has to be submitted online. A colour photograph attested by the college principal has to be scanned and attached to the online form. Exam fee of Rs. 250 has to be paid through AP Online, E-Seva or Mee Seva centres. In the examination hall, the left hand thumb impression will be taken from every candidate.

This year, ranks will be calculated taking into consideration 25 per cent weightage of marks secured in the Intermediate annual examinations and not the advanced supplementary exams. 

Qualifying mark will be 40 out of 160 marks. Though no minimum qualifying mark is prescribed for SC and ST candidates, their admission will, however, be limited to the extent of seats reserved for them. Four new regional centres at Bhimavaram, Chittoor, Janagam and Wanaparthy have been added to the existing 26 regional centres.