ANU PGCET 2019 is Acharya Nagarjuna University Post Graduation Common Entrance Test. Directorate of Admissions, A.N.U., is conducting ANU PGCET 2019 for PG Admissions into University and affiliated colleges. Eligible candidates can now download the admit card for ANU PGCET 2019 as per schedule.
Latest: Phase II counselling schedule has been released. Scroll down to check the same.
ANU PGCET 2019
Applicants are issued a hall ticket to appear in the exam. Seats will be allotted through counselling wherein rank obtained in ANU PGCET Result 2019 is considered along with eligibility of the candidate for the selected course. Important Schedule for ANU PGCET 2019 is provided below.
|ANU PGCET 2019 online application form availability||01 Mar 2019|
|ANU PGCET 2019 application form submission last date without late fees||20 Apr 2019|
|ANU PGCET 2019 application form submission last date with late fee||25 Apr 2019|
|ANU PGCET 2019 application form submission last date with Tatkal fee||28 Apr 2019|
|ANU PGCET 2019 Hall Ticket availability||29 Apr 2019|
|Date of exam||01 to 03 May 2019|
|Date of result||03 May 2019|
|Certificate verification||29 May – 01 Jun 2019|
|Manual admission for NCC, CAP, PH, and Sports categories at Acharya Nagarjuna Univesity, Guntur||02 Jun 2019|
|Web option open during||30 to 4 Jun 2019|
|Allotment of the seat (1st phase)|
|Payment of course fee for the allotted seat||07 to
|Phase II counselling||24 – 28 Jun 2019|
- Click here to check the Phase II counselling schedule.
- Click here to check the schedule for first Phase Web Counselling.
ANU PGCET 2019 Counselling Process
The Order of merit will be decided on the basis of marks obtained in the Entrance Test. In case of a tie, the tie will be resolved on the basis of Percentage obtained in the Qualifying Examination, further, tie will be resolved based on marks obtained in the Group subjects of the qualifying examination. Still, tie persists it will be resolved on the basis of date of birth in favor of elder candidates.
- Click here to pay the Course Fees and check the Seat Allotment status for phase – I.
- Click here to check the Phase-I Seat Allotted List.
- Click here to download for Allotment Letter 2019.
- Click here to login for ANU PGCET 2019.
- Click here to check the web counselling procedure 2019.
- Click here to check the ANU PGCET 2019 special category seats
Candidate needs to pay Processing Fee and Prescribed Admissions Fee at the time of counseling in single installment failing which he/she has to forfeit his / her Seat. A Candidate once allotted to a college can avail transfer of college by paying Rs.300/- for the first time and only one more transfer is allowed by paying Rs.500/- subject to availability of seats and no more transfers are allowed. A candidate once opted for a course and allotted will be allowed to change the course which he/she already opted, subject to availability of seats on payment of Rs.300/- for the first time and on payment of Rs.500/- for the second and final time. The change, of course, is limited to the entrance test he/she attempted.
Cancellation of Seate
Once the seat is allotted in a particular course, he/she will have to join in that course and the college to which he/she is allotted on or before the stipulated date failing which the seat allotted will automatically be cancelled and it will be allotted to the next candidate in order of merit.
A seat allotted to a candidate can be cancelled on request if he/she gets a seat in another University or get a job. If the seat allotted to a candidate is canceled for the two reasons mentioned above, the Total fee paid by the candidate will be refunded after deducting 10% of it. The Processing fee will not be refunded under any circumstances. In case the Candidate is canceled the seat which was already allotted, who has not paid the fee, he/she has to pay 10% of the course fee to receive the Original Certificates.
However, Cancellation of seat is allowed only before the closure of the Admissions for the Academic Year 2019-20. If a candidate wants to cancel the seat after the closure of the Admissions, the penalties he / she is required to pay will be decided by the Registrar, A.N.U. based on the merits of the case.
Documents required at the time of Counselling
The following Original Certificates are to be submitted at the Time of Counseling.
- ANUPGCET – 2019 Application, Hall Ticket
- ANUPGCET – 2019 Rank Card
- Transfer Certificate & Conduct Certificate from the college last studied
- Degree Provisional Certificate / Original Degree
- Degree Mark Memos of Three Years
- Reserved Category / Permanent Caste Certificate issued in 2019 from Mee Seva (for SC, ST and BC Candidates if reservation is claimed)
- S.S.C / Date of Birth Certificate
- Intermediate or equivalent Certificate
- Income Certificate issued in 2019 from Mee Seva (if fee concession is claimed)
- Study Certificates (from 9th Class to Degree final year) / Residence Certificate of last Seven Academic Years (from Mee Seva issued in 2019) / Form-I or II or III or IV as given in Annexure – A pertaining to claim of Local Candidate
- Copy of the Relevant Certificates issued from concerned authorities if Special Reservation is claimed under PH/ NCC/ SPORTS/ CAP
- Migration Certificate (Student studied other than Acharya Nagarjuna University)
- Declaration form as given in Annexure-B
- Two sets Xerox copies of above-mentioned certificates and Two Passport size photos
Note: No Candidate will be allowed into the Counseling Hall without Provisional Certificate (P.C) and Transfer Certificate (T.C). Candidates who are appeared and qualified in ANUPGCET-2019, they alone are eligible for Fee Reimbursement provided, they fulfill all other conditions of Govt. of AP Rules for Reimbursement.
Course Offered with Eligibility Criteria
|Test Name||Course Name||Eligibility|
|Life Sciences||M.Sc. Aquaculture||B.Sc., With Zoology / Fisheries / Fishery Science / Aquaculture / Industrial Fish and Fisheries / Any of the Life sciences as one of the subjects.|
|M.Sc. Biochemistry||B.Sc., with Chemistry or Biochemistry as one of the subjects.|
|M.Sc. Biotechnology||Bachelor’s Degree in Physical / Biological Sciences / B.Sc. in Farm Science / B.Sc. Ag. / B.V.Sc., / Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine or Pharmaceutical Sciences / B.E / B.Tech.|
|M.Sc. Nano biotechnology|
|M.Sc. Botany||B.Sc., with Botany and Chemistry as the Two of the common Core subjects or B.Sc., with Botany as main and Chemistry as ancillary.nselling Process|
|M.Sc. Environmental Science||Any B.Sc or B.E.M. Degree holder.|
|M.Sc. Food Sciences, Nutritional & Dietetics||Bachelor’s Degree in Life Sciences, Natural Sciences, Biological Sciences and Paramedical Courses / B.Tech. (Food Technology).|
|M.Sc. Microbiology||B.Sc. with combination of any two subjects of Microbiology, Botany, Biotechnology, Medical Lab Technology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Chemistry and Zoology.|
|M.Sc. Zoology||B.Sc. with Zoology as one of the subjects.|
|Physical Sciences||M.Sc. Physics||B.Sc. Mathematics, Physics and any other Third subject under common core scheme.|
|M.Sc. Electronics||B.Sc. with Mathematics, Electronics as the subjects of equal importance.|
|M.Sc. Electronics & Instrumentation Technology||B.Sc. with Electronics / Instrumentation as one of the Subject / B.Sc. with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry|
|Mathematical Sciences||M.Sc. Computer Science||Any Graduate program with Computers as one of the subjects.|
|M.Sc. Mathematics||B.Sc. or B.A. with Mathematics as one of the Three equal subjects or as main subject.|
|Statistics||M.Sc. Statistics||B.A. / B.Sc. with Mathematics and Statistics as Two of the Three Subjects.|
|Chemical Sciences||M.Sc. Analytical Chemistry, M.Sc. Inorganic Chemistry, M.Sc. Organic Chemistry||B.Sc., with Chemistry as one of the Three equal subjects in Common Core System. Analytical, Inorganic, Organic specializations are offered in A.N.U. College. The candidate has to choose one of the three specializations at the time of admission.|
|M.Sc. Oils, Fats & Petro Products||B.Sc., Oil Technology, B.Sc. Oils / Soaps / Detergents or B.Sc. with Chemistry as one of the Subject.|
|Geology||M.Sc. Geology||B.Sc., (Any Science Graduate) / B.Tech. (Civil Engg.).
Note: Preference for Admission is given to Geology students.
|Integrated M.Sc Course||M.Sc. Nanotechnology (5 Years)||Intermediate (plus two) with M.P.C. / Bi.P.C as optional subjects.|
|Social Sciences||M.A. Ancient History & Archaeology||Any Graduation|
|M.A. Economics||B.A. with Economics as one of the Subjects / B.Com. / B.Com. (Hons) / B.Sc. (Economics) / B.B.M.|
|M.A. History||Any Graduation|
|M.A. Journalism and Mass Communication||Any Graduation|
|M.A. Mahayana Buddhist Studies||Any Graduation|
|M.A. Political Science||B.A. with Politics / Political Science / Public Administration as one of the subjects.|
|M.A. Public Administration||B.A. with Public Administration / Politics / Political Science / Economics / Psychology / Sociology / Social work as one of the subjects (or) B.Com. / B.Sc. / B.B.M. / B.C.A.|
|M.A. Rural Development||B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com.|
|M.A. Sociology||Any Graduation|
|Master of Social Work (M.S.W.)||Any Graduation|
|M.Sc. Yoga For Human Excellence (2 Years)||Any Graduation|
|English||M.A. English||B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com./ B.B.M. / B.C.A. / B.A. (O.L.) in Telugu / B.A. (O.L.) in Sanskrit with general English, Degree in Hotel Management, B.A. with Special English in the group subjects.|
|Hindi||M.A. Hindi||B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com. / B.B.M. / B.C.A. with Hindi as a Second Language and An Oriental title Examination of B.A. Standard approved by the Government of India or any State Government, Like ‘Praveen’, ‘Madhyama Visharadha’ and ‘Vidwan’ or any other title recognized thereof.|
|Sanskrit||M.A. Sanskrit||B.A.O.L. Sanskrit main / B.A.O.L. Telugu Main / B.A. / B.Com. / B.Sc. / B.C.A. / B.B.M. with Sanskrit under Part I or Part II, B.A. with special Sanskrit, Vidya Praveena / Siromani / Vidwan (With POL / SSC), BOL Sanskrit / Bhasha Praveena With POL, any graduate with Sanskrit / Studied at least one Sanskrit Paper in M.A. Telugu Course.|
|Telugu||M.A. Telugu||B.A. Special Telugu, B.A.O.L. Telugu, B.A.O.L. Sanskrit, B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com. / B.B.M / B.C.A. with Telugu under Part I or Part II, BOL Telugu / Bhasha Praveena with POL.|
|Commerce||M.Com||All B.Com Graduates.|
|Physical Education||M.P.Ed.||B.P.Ed. degree (not less than 55% marks). There is a relaxation of 5% marks for those get 1, 2, 3 positions in State Level Sports / Games and those who have participated in the National Sports / Games. (The course is totally residential).
Note: Admission will be made on the basis of the marks obtained in the Entrance Test and Weightage of Marks for Sports achievement.
|PG Diploma Courses||Advanced Aquaculture Management||Any Science Graduation|
|Ambedkar Studies||Any Graduation|
|Gandhian Studies||Any Graduation|
|Mahayana Buddhist Studies||Any Graduation|
|Yoga for Human Excellence||Any Graduation|
|Fine Arts (Evening Course)||Any Graduation(Friday & Saturday Classes in a week)|
|Certificate Course||Sustainable Aquaculture Management||Intermediate (10+2 Candidate)|
ANU PGCET 2019 Application Form
Application Form for ANU PGCET 2019 has been released at the official website of ANU. The Application Form is available online. Candidate have to visit the official webiste to fill the application form or the same can be filled from the “Application form”. Application Form has to be filled on or before last date. After that no application will be entertained by the university.
The Exact Date, Time and Venue of Test Centre are given in the Hall Ticket. Candidates can download their Hall Tickets and Schedule of Entrance Examination from the website www.anudoa.in / www.anu.ac.in. The movement the above material is uploaded to the website; it can be informed to the candidates through SMS / E-mail.
ANU PGCET 2019 Exam Pattern
The Entrance Test will have 100 multiple choice questions and each question carries 1 mark to be answered in 90 minutes. No negative marks for wrong answers. Candidates have to indicate their answers only on the OMR Sheet provided along with the Question Paper. Candidates have to bring Black Ball Point Pen for marking on the OMR Sheet. Candidate will not be admitted into the Examination Hall after a lapse of 15 minutes after commencement of the Entrance test. The Candidate will be allowed to leave the Examination Hall after lapse of 60 minutes of commencement of Entrance Test.
ANU PGCET 2019 Entrance Test Centres
Candidate should mention the Centre code and Name of his / her choice in Online Application Form.
Candidates applying for more than one Test are advised to opt for the same Centre as there is a likelihood of clash of dates and timings. Requests for change of Test Centre and Subject opted by the Candidate in the Application Form will not be considered under any circumstances.
The final allotment of the Examination Centre will be decided by the Directorate of Admissions.
Admissions will be made on the basis of the Rank obtained by the Candidate in the Entrance Test subject to the fulfillment of Eligibility Criteria except for M.P.Ed. In the case of M.P.Ed. Admission will be made on the basis of the marks obtained in the entrance test and weightage of marks for sports achievements.
List of Colleges offering PG Courses along with Seat Matrix 2019
For the candidates List of Colleges offering PG Courses 2019 along with seat matrix is given below.
ANU PGCET Previous Year Question Paper
|Test Code||Test Name||Test Code||Test Name|
|107||Integrated M.Sc.||115||Integrated M.B.A.|
|108||Social Sciences||116||Physical Education|
Special Category Fee: Click Here to pay the Special category fee.
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