EAMCET 2 key answer have been released online and JNTU will receive objections till 12 July against the preliminary answer key.
TS EAMCET 2, the test for medical and dental admissions in the state-run institutions has been conducted today on July 9, 2016, and keeping up with past practices, the preliminary key has been released for all sets of question paper. Aspirants can check the official website med.tseamcet.in to access the answer key.
As much as 56,153 applications were received for EAMCET-II and the test has been successfully conducted in 14 regional centres including 4 centres in Andhra Pradesh. A total of 50,964 applicants took the test held in 95 centres as all the test centres were located in the government institutions only across Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Students were provided with 1+1 OMR sheets so that they could take a carbon copy of their answer sheet after the conclusion of the test.
Now as the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) has released the preliminary key, students can easily match their answers with it and estimate the marks they will be getting in the test. Candidates can also point out the objections for the same as the last date for submitting the objections through email is July 12, 2016, by 2 PM. The email ID for sending objections is email@example.com.
JNTU Hyderabad had been given the responsibility by Telangana State Council of Higher Education for conducting the tests; EAMCET (for Engineering, Agriculture, Pharmacy & other courses admissions) and medical common entrance test – EAMCET-II, specifically for medical and dental admissions in the government colleges and for seats under Convenor quota in Private institutions.
Ahead of the test today, Dr. N.V. Ramana Rao, Convenor for EAMCET-II 2016 had said that all the arrangements were in order and advised students not to believe in any rumour of paper leak or malpractice. A total of 2,340 Invigilators, 120 observers, 14 Special Observers for Regional Centres, 95 Enforcement Officers along with Police and Revenue officials with flying squads were also appointed for the smooth conduct of the examination.
Though the number of test takers has reduced from the first phase of EAMCET, the competition is still severe as there are around 2,500 seats on offer for which over 50 thousand aspirants are on the line. The results of TS EAMCET-2 will be declared on July 14 along with ranks. The candidates will be assigned ranking in the order of merit on the basis of combined score obtained by giving 75% weightage to the marks secured in TS EAMCET-II 2016 and 25 percent weightage to the marks secured in Biology, Physics, Chemistry of the qualifying examination.