EAMCET 2015 is being conducted by JNTU Hyderabad on behalf of APSCHE. Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) 2015 has been scheduled by APSCHE on May 10, 2015. The EAMCET 2015 exam will be held on the second Sunday in the month of May, 2015 from 10 AM to 1 PM, and 2.30 PM to 5.30 PM. Get here details of EAMCET 2015 including eligibility criteria, application form submission, exam pattern and syllabus, and other relevant details.
In this regard, the Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has published the schedule of common entrance tests (CETs) 2015. Detailed eligibility criteria for appearing in EAMCET 2015 and other important information pertaining to the Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test is given here for candidates.
The EAMCET 2015 is a common entrance exam for B.Tech., B.Pham., MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS. Pharm-D courses. It is being organized by JNTUH as per schedule given below.
- Date of exam – 10 May 2015;
- Timings – 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM.
EAMCET 2015 application forms are expected to be issued in a few days / weeks time. According to news sources, final decision is yet to be announced regarding whether EAMCET will be separate or common for AP and Telangana. As soon as a common consensus is reached between the two states, application form of EAMCET 2015 shall be released for candidates.
In the meantime, candidates are advised to note the eligibility conditions of EAMCET 2015 that APSCHE has published officially for admission 2015-2016.
A Common Entrance Test designated as Engineering, Agriculture & Medical Common Entrance Test will be conducted for admission into the First Year of Professional Courses in the filed of Engineering, Agriculture & medicine.
The Entrance test is of 3 hour duration and the question paper consists of total of 160 questions. All questions are of objective type (multiple choice) only and each question carries one mark.
Medium Of Entrance Test: The question paper contains questions in “English” and “Telugu” medium. Candidates, who have studied the qualifying examination in Urdu medium and wish to avail assistance for translating the questions into Urdu, will be allotted a Test Centre at Hyderabad only.
EAMCET Qualifying Marks: 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.
EAMCET Information Brochure
Please note that the information bulletin given below is previous year information brochure. New Information Brochure for 2015 will be made available as its published by APSCHE
|EAMCET Information Brochure (Engineering)||EAMCET Information Brochure (Agriculture & Medical)|
|Particulars of EAMCET Engineering||2||Particulars of EAMCET Agriculture and Medicine||2|
|Exam Centers||3||Exam Centers||4|
|List of EAMCET Help Line Centers (HLCs) for EAMCET Counseling||5||List of EAMCET Help Line Centers (HLCs) for EAMCET Counseling||6|
|Other info||5||Other info||6|
|Proforma – IRevised Proformaas Per G.O.Ms.No.58, Social Welfare (J) Dept. Dated 12.05.1997Andhra Pradesh Gazette Extraordinary Part-IForm III||7||Proforma – IRevised Proformaas Per G.O.Ms.No.58, Social Welfare (J) Dept. Dated 12.05.1997Andhra Pradesh Gazette Extraordinary Part-IForm III||8|
|Proforma – IIResidence Certificate In Support Of Application||7||Proforma – IIResidence Certificate In Support Of Application||8|
|Proforma – IIICertificates In Support Of Non-Local Status For E – Category||8||Proforma – IIICertificates In Support Of Non-Local Status For E – Category||9|
|Annexure – IEAMCET Syllabus||8||Annexure – IEAMCET Agriculture and Medicine Syllabus||9|
|Model Questions – Mathematics||14||Model Questions – Botany||17|
|Model Questions – Mathematics||14||Model Questions – Zoology||17|
|Model Questions – Chemistry||15||Model Questions – Physics||18|
|Annexure – IIImportant Instructions To Candidates||15||Model Questions – Chemistry||18|
|Annexure – IIIDefinition Of Local / Non – Local Status||18||Annexure – IIImportant Instructions To Candidates||19|
|Annexure – IVCriteria For Ranking (EAMCET “E Category”)||19||Annexure – IIIDefinition Of Local / Non – Local Status||22|
|Information related to NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture)for Admission into Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) in Andhra Pradesh||20||Annexure – IVCriteria For Ranking (EAMCET “E Category”)||23|
Instruction Booklet for Engineering
Instruction Booklet for Agriculture & Medical