JNTU has released hall tickets for AP EAMCET 2015 today. The hall tickets window will remain active at official website from 2nd May to 6th May since the test is to take place next Friday on 8th May at hundreds of exam centres set up by the University.
The test will be held on 8th May in two sittings. The test for engineering will be conducted in morning session from 10 AM to 1 PM while entrance test for Agriculture and medical courses will be taken from 2.30 Pm to 5.30 PM on the same day. The University has advised students to arrive 30 minutes prior the exam timings at premises to go through the entry process and follow the guidelines.
The students can get their hall tickets at apeamcet.org by using their Registration number and date of birth details. Take the print out to produce at the time of exam along with your original Identity card. Defaulters may be denied entry if found any. The rights of admission into exam premises remains to the board authorities.
Reports are suggesting that nearly 2.5 lakh students had registered themselves to appear for the test from across the state who will be writing the test on 8th May. Since the students from Telanagana as well are to take the exam, the state government has taken the help of AP government due to which about 40 exam centres have been set up in Hyderabad alone which will saw a turn out of around 22 thousand students.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad conducts entrance admission tests for candidates to take admissions in Engineering, Agricultural and Medical courses for the academic session of 2015-2016. On behalf of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada conducts this test every year and offers courses in B.E. /B.Tech. /B.Tech. (Ag) Egg.)/B.Tech. (Diary Technology)/B.Tech. (FST)/B.Tech. (Biotechnology) / B.Sc. (CA & BM) (MPC)/B.Pharm. (MPC)/Pharm-D (MPC) AP. This year the EAMCET exam has been scheduled on the 8th of May, 2015. Application forms had to be submitted before 11th April, 2015.
For Engineering entrance: Engineering question paper will have multiple choice questions carrying one mark each. The question paper is of total 160 questions on Mathematics (80), Physics (40) and Chemistry (40).
For Medical entrance: Questions for medical entrance exam are of objective type carrying one mark each. This will be a three hours duration examination. The question paper is of total 160 on Biology (80), Physics (40) and Chemistry (40).
Candidates must have acquired a minimum of 45% marks (40% for SC/ST) in the qualifying subjects to be eligible to appear for the exam.