AP EdCET Admit Card 2017 is the hall ticket card for Education Common Entrance Test, has to be downloaded from the official website at sche.ap.gov.in Hall ticket of AP EdCET 2017 must be carried to the examination hall by each candidate. The AP EdCET 2017 admit card, also known as Test Admission Ticket, is issued for those candidates who have applied for the entrance test. Complete details of how to download AP EdCET Admit Card 2017 and other information related to the admit card are given here.
|Downloading of Hall Tickets from Website||11 Apr 2017|
|Date of Entrance Test||19 Apr 2017|
AP EdCET Admit Card 2017
Those candidates who submitted their application successfully on time as per schedule are able to download the admit card for AP EdCET 2017. The admit card bears a lot of information regarding the candidate as well as the exam like candidate name, roll no, exam centre etc., which will be used to identify the holder at the time of the exam.
To Download AP EdCET Admit Card 2017 – Click Here
How to download AP EdCET Admit Card 2017?
- Go to http://sche.ap.gov.in/EDCET
- Click on Login.
- Enter AP EdCET Registration Number and password.
- Click on Login.
- Click on the admit card tab.
- Download the admit card and save as pdf.
- On a plain white sheet of A4 size paper, take a print out of the admit card.
The Candidate should preserve the hall ticket to produce it at the time of test and later at the time of entry into the course.
Note: For NCC/Sports the Certificates obtained in qualifying examination are alone considered. Candidate has to download the Hall Ticket & Rank Card from the Website only.
The common entrance test will be of objective type (multiple choice) examination. Candidate has to answer 150 questions in two hour’s time.
Part-A: General English – 25 questions for 25 marks
Part-B: General Knowledge – 15 questions for 15 marks and Teaching Aptitude – 10 questions for 10 marks
Part-C: Methodology: Candidate has to choose one of the following subjects. It consists of 100 questions for 100 marks.
- Mathematics – 100 questions for 100 marks
- Physical Sciences – 100 questions for 100 marks (Physics – 50: Chemistry – 50)
- Biological Sciences – 100 questions for 100 marks (Botany – 50; Zoology – 50)
- Social Studies – 100 questions for 100 marks (Geography – 35; History – 30; Civics – 15; Economics – 20)
- English – 100 questions for 100 marks
Note: Part-A and Part-B are common for all the candidates irrespective of Methodology chosen in Part-C
Medium of Entrance Test: The question paper will be in English and Telugu except for English methodology. However, candidates opting to write the Entrance Test in Urdu medium will be served with Urdu paper and such candidates shall opt Kurnool as Test Centre.
The Common Entrance Test will be held at the following Centres.
However, Convener reserves the right to allot candidates to any other centre(s) in unavoidable circumstances.