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A committee would be formed to conduct EAMCET 2015 with JNTU-K Vice-Chancellor, a convener appointed by it, representatives from three universities, directors of technical education and medical education, Secretary of Higher Education, a representative of the A.P. State Council of Higher Education and Principal of a private engineering college, as members.
RESULTS ANNOUNCED ON MAY 26th
HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao said a total of 1,65,000 seats were available in the engineering colleges of the universities and under private management in the State and 1,16,732 of them would be filled up under convener’s quota.
More than two lakh students were expected to appear for the test.
Mr. Rao said students from A.P. who wished to join engineering colleges in Hyderabad would have to appear for EAMCET to be conducted by Telangana on May 14.
A committee was looking into the issue of whether or not to continue admission with EAMCET or base it on marks obtained in Intermediate, for the next academic year. An expert committee has been short-listed, including some from reputed institutions abroad, to suggest reforms in primary and higher education in the State.
Grading of engineering colleges, based on the strength of faculty and infrastructure available, was also being done. After waiting for Telangana to accept its suggestion to conduct a common Engineering, Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) 2015 for the two States, Andhra Pradesh has decided to conduct its own entrance test on May 10. JNTU-Kakinada will conduct the test.
After all its efforts to prevail upon Telangana for a common Eamcet came unstuck, Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday announced that it will be conducting its own engineering and medical common entrance on May 10.
Over 2,00,000 students are likely to compete for the 1,65,080 engineering and medical seats in the state, said AP education minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao.
Announcing dates for other entrance tests, the minister said ICET will be conducted on May 16, ECET on May 14, EdCET on May 28, LAWCETPGCET on May 30 and PGECET and PECET on May 25 and May 14 respectively.
“Around 1,47,000 MPC students and 58,000 BiPC students will be appearing for Eamcet. JNTU-Kakinada will conduct the entrance exam under the aegis of the AP State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE). The test will be conducted in the online and offline mode, with the latter ensuring a levelplaying field for students from the rural areas,“ Srinivasa Rao told mediapersons here on Wednesday, adding that the online slots will be made available by APSCHE.
Regarding the quota for non-locals, the minister said that as always it will be 15 per cent.