The Engineering Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test (EAMCET)
Engineering Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) is conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNT). This entrance is a gateway for many upcoming engineering students who can seek admission in any private or Government College and institutions which offers professional course in agriculture, medical and engineering.
There are various courses that students can consider after appearing EAMCET exam such as: course related to agriculture and medicine, bachelors in ayurvedic medicine surgery (BAMS), bachelors of dental science etc.
Students who are residents of Andhra Pradesh and are appearing or cleared their intermediate exams from Andhra Pradesh can appear for exam. Students who have taken up subjects like Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry or Physics can also appear for this exam.
Qualification for Exam:
Students must get minimum marks in the qualifying examination with the eligibility criteria is 40 out 160. There is exception for courses like MBBS and BDS which demands student to have an aggregate of 50% in Physics and Chemistry. Candidate who come under SC/ST quota should get at least 40% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology as well as EAMCET examination.
There are some age criteria for various courses. Candidate applying for below mentioned courses must be at least 17 years old:
• Bachelors of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery
• Bachelors of Dental Science
• Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery
• Doctor of Pharmacy
• Bachelor of Medicine and surgery
• Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Science
No age criteria for students who are applying for Bachelor of Technology in Bio-Technology.
Some General information’s:
Students can reappear for EAMCET exam until they meet all the eligibility criteria. Previously, EAMCET allowed practicing student to appear for exam but now it is not allowed.
The EAMCET application forms can be filled through online for just Rs 250/-. But if you are late in submitting the form you ill charged with Rs 500 or even Rs 1,000/-.