December 31, 2014

AP TS EAMCET Dates 2015

The A.P. Reorganisation Act will guide the conduct of Engineering Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET 2015) this year and not the individual opinions of both the State governments. This message is said to have been conveyed to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Governments by the Governor, E.S.L. Narasimhan, when AP HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao and Telangana Education Minister G. Jagadish Reddy met on Dec 30th him, separately, to discuss the controversy arising out the conduct EAMCET.

TS 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

Mr. Rao met the Governor in the morning and later in the evening, Mr. Reddy was called to the Raj Bhavan to discuss the issue. Sources said the Governor made it clear to both Ministers that students should not be made to suffer given the sensitivity of the examination and measures have to be taken as per the A.P. Reorganisation Act.

The Governor asked them to discuss the issue among themselves and also with the respective Chief Ministers before coming to an  under standing. If need be one has to take a step backward and walk together in the interests of students, he is said to have conveyed to them.Initially, the Ministers stuck to their respective stands on the issue and argued that they were well within their legal permits to conduct the test on their own. Yesterday’s differing views from them led to much confusion among the students and parents about whether it’s going to be a common test or two tests. The uncertainty is more among the medical stream aspirants as seats are limited.

Meanwhile, Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) Chairman T. Papi Reddy announced that a meeting of all universities has been called on January 3 to discuss the dates of the common entrance tests (CETs).