EAMCET Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test

EAMCET, which stands for Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test, is an Entrance examination required for admission to various Engineering and Medical colleges in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. Many other colleges offering graduation courses like BDS, B.Pharm., BSc., Pharm.D. etc. require qualification in this exam. The coaching industry for this examination is estimated at nearly Rs.500 crore (approx. $110 million) a year. The EAMCET test is a yearly examination taken by a large number of Engineering and Medical aspirants in the state. Presently the JNTU located in Hyderabad conducts the examination. This is the entrance exam for Engineering ('E' Category)and Medicine ('AM' Category- Agriculture and Medicine). In 2007, around 1,85,000 students gave a shot in the Engineering Stream and around 90,000 students in the Medical & Agricultural Stream. The results are declared in a time of 13 or 14 days every year making the counseling and admission process smooth. EAMCET-2009 was held on 14th of May 2009 conducted by JNTU on behalf of APSCHE. From 2009 onwards 25% weightage is being given to 10+2 results. The rank will be based on 75% EAMCET marks and 25% Intermediate marks (ICSE,CBSE or INTERMEDIATE). Around 3,11,355 students in Engineering and 65,357 students in Medicine appeared in EAMCET 2009.

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