Admission into new Diploma Courses sanctioned if any during the academic year 2015- 2016 will be done on the basis of AP POLYCET-2015 rank. Similarly courses and intakes indicated in this book are subject to change by All India Council of Technical Education and approval from the Government of Andhra Pradesh and the actual intakes of courses will be notified at the time of making admissions.
Barring the summer heat, which was a matter of discomfiture for the students appearing for the Andhra Pradesh Polytechnic Common Entrance Test Schools9 AP POLYCET 2015 Marks and Ranks the examination went off peacefully in the district. About 12,850 students from Visakhapatnam city and another 19,500 from the district had registered for the examination and according to Sandhya Rani, Principal of Government Polytechnic College, Visakhapatnam, the attendance was about 98 per cent.
The examination was organised in 26 centres in the city of Visakhapatnam and another four centres in Anakapalli, Bheemunipatnam, Paderu and Narsipatnam catering for the rural and Girijan youth. For some mathematics was a bit tough and for some the physics paper was a bit difficult,” he said. The Manabadi AP POLYCET 2015 focuses on mathematics with 60 marks and physics and chemistry with 30 marks each.
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Polycet-2014 will be held at 10 centres here from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday. According to T.R.S. Lakshmi, test convenor, 3,912 candidates will write test at centres including Maharajah’s PG College, Maharajah’s Government Polytechnic College at Poolbaugha and Maharajah’s Law College.
In all, 7,081 candidates will appear for the Polytechnic Common Entrance Test (AP POLYCET 2015 Results) to be organised at 24 centres in Kadapa, Proddatur, and Rajampet from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 21. AP POLYCET 2015 Marks and Ranks 3,281 candidates would write the test at nine centres in Kadapa, 3,400 at 11 centres in Proddatur, and 400 at four centres in Rajampet.
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The candidates should report at the centres by 10 a.m. and they would not be allowed to leave 1 p.m. Candidates should not use pens. They should only use the pencil, eraser, and sharpener to be supplied by the government. There would be two sets of question papers. One set (A) had already been despatched to the police stations under which the test centres were located. Set B would be sent from Tirupati by Tuesday evening.
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