Engineering Agricultural and Medical Comment Entrace Test (EAMCET)- 2011
Today separate exams have been introduced for various courses, EAMCET is one of these competitive exams. Currently competitive examination- acts like filters. It selects best among the students. Systematic planning, rigorous training and hard work are needed to crack the Entrance Tests. Today entrance to most professional courses in Indian universities (both private and government) are based on multiple choice question entrance exams, on the rationale that since school-leaving scores are based on conventional (long-answer) papers a student’s marks in them might be subject to a human examiner’s errors, which would be unacceptable in a closely competitive environment where even a mark or two could affect a student’s career. EAMCET – Engineering, Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test, is a yearly examination taken by a large number of Engineering and Medical aspirants in the state. Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET), Andhra Pradesh is conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh for entry into the first year of various professional courses offered for the academic year . Presently the JNTU located in Hyderabad conducts the examination. This is the entrance exam for Engineering (‘E’ Category)and Medicine (‘AM’ Category- Agriculture and Medicine). In 2007, around 1,85,000 students gave a shot in the Engineering Stream and around 90,000 students in the Medical & Agricultural Stream. The results are declared in a time of 13 or 14 days every year making the counselling and admission process smooth. EAMCET-2009 was held on 14th ofMay 2009 conducted by JNTU on behalf of APSCHE. From 2009 onwards 25% weightage is being given to 10+2 results. The rank will be based on 75% EAMCET marks and 25% Intermediate marks (ICSE,CBSE or INTERMEDIATE). Around 3,11,355 students in Engineering and 65,357 students in Medicine appeared in EAMCET 2009. In 2010, the EAMCET was conducted on 30 May. This delay was mainly due to the Telangana agitation in the previous months that badly disturbed the teaching schedule of many junior colleges as well as due to the Kurnool floods. This examination saw 3,67,269 students appearing with 3,28,359 in the engineering stream and 51,186 in medicine stream. The ‘E’ category exam was from 10.00am to 1.00pm while the ‘AM’ category exam was from 2.30 pm to 5.30pm.
The format of the test had to be changed many times to make the test fair for all students. An expert committee constituted by the Educational Department of the state government decides how the test is conducted. The test is of 160 questions with 40 marks for each subject( Maths A/Botany, Maths B/Zoology, Physics and Chemistry). Physics and Chemistry question papers are different for E and AM categories though the syllabus is the same. The questions are of multiple-choice type with four options. Many models of questions may be give like Match the following, choose the correct statement, Assertion-Reason and Multiple-correct type questions. Students have to fill the circles given in the OMR sheet with the correct option. Two or more answers or blank will also be regarded as incorrect. There is no negative marking.
EAMCET Application Form 2011
1. Requisition for the EAMCET 2011 Application Form :
1.1 Candidates with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry as optional subjects in their intermediate or its equivalent course should submit “E” category application for Engineering B.E / B.Tech. / B.Tech. (Ag. Engg.)/B.Tech.(Dairy Technology)/B.Tech.(FST) / B.Sc.(CA&BM) (MPC) / B.Pharm (MPC)/ Pharm-D (MPC) courses.
1.2 Candidates with Biology, Physics and Chemistry as optional subjects in their Intermediate or its equivalent course should submit “AM” category application for B.Sc. (Ag.) / B.Sc. (Hort.) / B.V.Sc. & AH / B.F.Sc. / B.Tech. (FST) / B.Sc. (CA&BM) / MBBS / BDS / BAMS / BHMS / BNYS / B.Pharm / B.Tech. (Bio-Technology) (Bi.P.C.) / Pharm-D (Bi.P.C) courses.
1.3 Eligible candidates who intend to seek admission to both the courses in 1.1 and 1.2 have to submit “E” and “AM” category applications.
1.4 EAMCET 2011 Applications form together with the enclosures including the “Instruction Booklet” can be had in person (not by post) on payment of Rs.250/-(this amount covers the cost of application, fees for entrance test, and towards Service charges) at all e-seva centres within the state of Andhra Pradesh and designated main branches of Andhra bank outlets given below.
Adilabad: Adilabad, Mancherial, Anantapur: Anantapur, Hindupur, Dharmavaram, Guntakal, Chittoor : Chittoor, Chandragiri, Srikalahasti, Tirupati, S.V. University, Balaji Colony (Tirupati), Kuppam, Madanapalli, East Godavari: Amalapuram, Razole, Mandapet, Rajahmundry, Kothapet, Samalkot, Kakinada, Ramachandrapuram, Tuni, Guntur: Arundelpet, Koretapadu, Patnam Bazar, Mangalagiri, Sattenapalli, Chilakaluripet, Narasaraopet, Tenali, Bapatla. Repalle, Hyderabad: Khairatabad, Sanath Nagar, Vidyanagar, Diisukhnagar, Kachiguda, Jubilee Hills, Saifabad, JNTU (Kukatpally),Mehadipatnam, Kadapa: Kadapa, Proddutur, Pulivendula, Rajampet, Karlmnagar: Karimnagar, Peddapalli, Huzurabad, Jagitial, Khammam: Khammam, Kothagudem, Bhadrachalam, Krishna: Vijayawada, Governerpet(Vijayawada), Eluru Road(Vijayawada), Patamata(Vijayawada), Gudivada, Nuzivid, Machilipatnam, Kurnool: Kurnool, Adoni, Nandyal, Allagadda, Mahaboobnagar: Mahaboobnagar, Gadwal, Jadcheria, Wanaparthy, Medak: Medak, Siddipet, Sangareddy, Zahirabad, R.C.Puram, Nalgonda: Nalgonda, Janagaon, Miryalaguda, Bhongir, Suryapet, Nellore: Nellore, Kavali, Gudur, Dargamitta. Nizamabad: Nizamabad, Kamareddy, Armoor, Prakasam: Ongole, Chirala, Kanigiri, Kandukur, Markapur, Rangareddy: Vikarabad, Secundrabad: R.P Road, Tirumalagiry, West Maredpally, Prakasamnagar(Begumpet), Srikakulam: Srikakulam, Amadalvalasa, Tekkali, Visakhapatnam: Visakhapatnam, Maharanipet, Waltair, Anakapalli, Chodavaram, Narsipatnam, Daba Gardens, Gajuvaka, Vizianagaram: Vizianagaram, Parvatipuram, Bobbili, Warangal: Warangal, Hanumakonda, Parkal, Nakkalagutta, Mahabubabad, West Godavari: Eluru, Jangareddygudem, Tadepalligudem, Kovvur, Bhimavaram, Attili, Palakole, Tanuku.
2. As per G.O. Ms. No. 165 dated 06-09-2007 and G.O.Ms.No.8 (Amendment to the GO. Ms. No. 16) Higher Education Department, dated 27-01-2009, the candidates who have secured qualifying marks in EAMCET and candidates belonging to the category of Scheduled Caste and Schedule Tribe, for whom qualifying marks have not been prescribed, shall be assigned ranking in the order of merit on the basis of combined score obtained by giving 75% weightage to the marks secured in EAMCET and 25% weightage to the marks secured in the relevant group subjects namely Mathematics or Biology, Physics, Chemistry of the qualifying examination.
3. However as per G.O Ms No. 181 dated 21-05-2008 of Health Medical and Family Welfare (E1) Department for admission into MBBS / BDS courses on the basis of Competitive entrance examination, a candidate for admission to those courses must have obtained not less than 50% marks in physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together both at qualifying and EAMCET examination,. In respect of candidates belonging to SC / ST / BC must have obtained not less than 40% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together both at qualifying and EAMCET examination.
As per the Gazette of India : Extraordinary under Part-III Rule No. 7(2) for admission into B.V.Sc. & AH Courses on the basis of competitive entrance examination, a candidate under General Category for admission to this course must have obtained 50% marks in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology in their qualifying examination. In respect of candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe or other special category of student as specified by the Government from time to time, marks required for admission shall be 10% less than that prescribed for general category.
4. How to submit Filled in EAMCET 2011 Application Form:
EAMCET 2010 application may be submitted online or offline. For details refer to item VIII of “Instruction Booklet” (available on www.apeamcet.org) for Engineering (E) and Agriculture & Medicine (AM) Categories of applications.
Filled in EAMCET 2011 application will be received at Conveners Office only.
** Application has to be submitted in person at Convener’s Office only *** Test Centre will be allotted at Hyderabad / Secunderabad only.
For details regarding online submission please visit our website http://www.apeamcet.org.
The late fee and online submission application fee must be in the form of Demand Draft on any nationalized bank payable at Hyderabad, in favor of the Secretary, Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education.
Filled in EAMCET Application should be submitted to the Regional Coordinator in person as mentioned in the Instruction Booklet or to the following address by Regd. Post.
Examination Building, Ground Floor,
JNT University Hyderabad,
Hyderabad – 500 085.
In their own interest, candidates are advised to submit the EAMCET 2011 application online or submit the filled in EAMCET applications to the concerned regional coordinators in person only, or send it to the convener EAMCET – 2011 by regd. post well in advance of the last date prescribed for submission of application without late fee to avoid delays.
Convener shall not be responsible for any postal delay or loss of application during transit.
PROCEDURE FOR ONLINE SUBMISSION
Attested copies of the following documents must be submitted either in online or offline submission.
- Hall ticket of qualifying examination
- Marks memos of qualifying examination if already passed,
- Caste certificate in case of SC/ST/BC candidates
- Certificate of Proof of Age,
- Study or Residence or Relevant certificate for proof of local status.
For online submission a candidate has to purchase a DD for Rs. 250/- in favour of Secretary, A.P. State Council of Higher Education, Hyderabad, payable at Hyderabad or you can also pay through APOnline citizen portal https://secure.aponline.gov.in and take a printout of the receipt. and enter the website http://www.apeamcet.org and submit the application duly incorporating a scanned photograph and signature. After submission a registered number for future reference is generated.
The candidate has to download and take print out of filled in application. Arrange the application along with requisite enclosures and DD/APOnline receipt in A4 size cover and send it to the Convener, EAMCET-2011, Examinations Building, Ground Floor, J.N.T. University Hyderabad, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 085 by Regd. Post, so as to reach on or before 5.00 PM on 09-04-2011 without late fee. Those who are submitting the application in online after 09-04-2011 must send a D.D. /APOnline receipt (Rs.250/- for application cost + late fee) in favour of Secretary, A.P. State Council of Higher Education, Hyderabad. The details of D.D. /APOnline receipt should be mentioned on the top of envelope. For further details regarding online submission visit the website http://www.apeamcet.org. The registration number should be used for any further correspondence till the hall ticket is issued.
Through AP Online :
Pay Rs. 250/- by cash in any APOnline Centre and obtain a receipt. Click here to get list of APOnline Centers in Andhra Pradesh District wise. In the samecentre, you can apply online through the website http://www.apeamcet.org without paying any additional charges towards internet facility printing and postage for sending application except for A4 Size cover. Click and goto the Online application form by the link provided at http://www.apeamcet.org. Fill in the application with proper details and submit the application duly incorporating a scanned photograph and signature. After submission a registered number for future reference is generated.
The candidate has to download and take print out of filled in application. Arrange the application along with requisite enclosures and application fee Receipt obtained from APOnline Center in A4 size cover and submit the same at APOnline center or send it to the Convener, EAMCET-2011, Examinations Building, Ground Floor, J.N.T. University Hyderabad, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 085 by Regd. Post, so as to reach on or before 5.00 PM on 09-04-2011 without late fee. Those who are submitting the application through online after 09-04-2011 must pay (Rs.250/- for application cost + late fee) in cash at any APOnline Center and obtain a receipt and follow the same procedure given above. For further details regarding online submission visit the website http://www.apeamcet.org. The registration number should be used for any further correspondence till the hall ticket is issued.
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The minimum Eligibility required to appear for EAMCET are:-
Qualifying Marks for EAMCET – 2011
The qualifying percentage of marks in the Entrance Test is 25% i.e. 40 out of a total 160. However, for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, no minimum qualifying mark is prescribed. But their admission will be limited to the extent of seats reserved for such categories (vide G.O.Ms. No. 179, LEN&TE, dated 16.06.1986).
CONVENER, EAMCET – 2011
Website : www.apeamcet.org