EAMCET Vijayawada Results 2014

A total number of 37,000 students will appear for the Engineering Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (Eamcet) 2014, scheduled to be held on May 22, from Vijayawada region. eamcet results 2014 announced on June 9th, 2014 at www.apeamcet.org, www.manabadi.com, www.schools9.com. 22,050 are aspiring for engineering seats while 14,950 are seeking admission in agriculture and medical courses in vijayawada region.  As many as 70 test centres have been arranged to enable the candidates to write the test. A total of 42 test centres have been earmarked for engineering aspirants against 28 for agriculture and medical aspirants.



Engineering seats were concerned, nearly 3 lakh seats were available across Andhra Pradesh and every candidate who secured rank in Eamcet and passed the qualifying exam would get a seat. This was in contrast to the large number of candidates vying for 6,200 medical seats. In Vijayawada region, 54 observers and 1,860 invigilators besides special observers, ministerial and class-IV staff would be deployed on nine routes identified for engineering and seven for medicine. No candidate would be allowed to enter the exam hall after 10 a.m. (for engineering wing) and 2.30 p.m. (for agriculture and medical streams) and they would not be allowed to leave the exam hall before 1 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. respectively.




Manabadi EAMCET Results 2014: 

Engineering aspirants will be allowed inside exam hall at 9.15 a.m. and those writing agriculture and medical test would be let in by 1.45 p.m. EAMCET 2014 students must ensure that the OMR answer sheet and filled in online application form along with attested copy of caste certificate (in case of SC/ST category only) were returned to the invigilator and failure to do so may attract criminal action. 



some 9119 students in Kadapa district, including 6,624 for engineering stream and 2,495 students for medical stream in Kadapa district on May 22. Eamcet would be conducted in 12 centres in Kadapa for engineering stream. The test for medical stream would be conducted in four centres. Students have to download the hall ticket on www.apeamcet.org, paste a photograph on the downloaded hall ticket and get it attested by the college principal or a gazetted officer and SC/ST students should produce their caste certificate. 






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