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After the Intermediate examinations both the Telugu States are heading for another showdown on the conduct of the Engineering Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (Eamcet) with the Telangana government planning to conduct its own test and the A.P. government likely to challenge it. 


Important Dates:
Notification Issued on : Feb 25th, 2015
Online Application Start from : Feb 28th, 2015
Online Application Last Date : April 9th, 2015
With Rs.500/- Fine Last Date : April 15th, 2015
With Rs.1000/- Fine Last Date : April 22nd, 2015
With Rs.5000/- Fine Last Date : May 5th, 2015
With Rs.10,000 /- Fine Last Date : May 12th, 2015
Data Correction from : April 15 to 20, 2015
Hall Tickets Download From : May 8th to 12th, 2015
EAMCET EXAM : May 14th, 2015
Engineering : 10am to 1 pm
Medical and Agr : 2.30pm to 5.30pm
Preliminary Key : May 16th, 2015
Objections Receive Last Date : May 23rd, 2015
Declaration of Ranks : May 28th, 2015







Telangana officials have indicated the seriousness of the government to go ahead with its own test for entry into engineering and medical courses. “A meeting would be convened next week and a final decision would be taken,” said T. Papi Reddy, Chairman of the Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE). But the decision may face some legal hurdles if the AP government opposes it, particularly with regard to the 15 per cent non-local (open merit) quota that has to continue for 10 years as per the A.P. Reorganisation Act. 



The 15 per cent open merit quota is open to non-local candidates where they compete with the local meritorious students. The better of them will be allotted the seat irrespective of the region in both States. A separate Eamcet for both States means separate merit lists. Can candidates appearing in two separate tests compete for the same reserved seats to be filled by common merit is the question. Officials say students might challenge such admissions, and more so in medical and dental seats, where competition is high and every mark counts. The same case applies to top engineering colleges also.
Written by:Chandana
Manabadi Results Updated at: 11:05:00

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