AP ECET Hall Tickets Released @ sche.ap.gov.in, Exam on May 3rd


AP ECET Hall Tickets Released: AP ECET hall tickets released and the candidates who applied for ECET 2017 examination can get their hall tickets now on official website sche.ap.gov.in. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Anantapur (JNTUA) is conducting the test on behalf of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE). The exam is scheduled to be held on May 3rd.

APECET is the common entrance exam for Diploma Holders of Engineering Technology/ Pharmacy and B.Sc. Graduates (with Mathematics) for admission through lateral entry at 2nd-year level into B.E./ B.Tech./ B.Pharmacy Programmes offered in Universities and  AICTE/PCI approved Institutions in A.P. for the academic year 2017-18.

AP ECET 2017 Hall Tickets Released

AP ECET is being conducted by JNTUA successively for the third year now. JNTUA had notified the AP ECET 2017 on behalf of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education on February 18. The applications were available in the official website starting February 24th.

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The eligible and interested candidates have applied for this exam through online mode from 24th Feb to 23rd March. All the candidates who applied for the exam can download the APECET 2017 Hall Tickets from April 20 onwards.

AP ECET Question Paper Structure:

The question paper contains 200 multiple choice question where each carry 1 mark. The question paper changes with the type of stream you were and the stream you are going to enter.

For Engineering Students:

From Mathematics – 50 questions
From Physics – 25 questions
From Chemistry – 25 questions
From any Engineering Subject – 100 questions (separate question paper for each branch of engineering)

For Pharmacy Students:

From Pharmaceutics – 50 questions
From Pharmaceutical Chemistry – 50 questions
From Pharmacognosy – 50 questions
From Pharmacology – 50 questions

For B.Sc (Math):

From Mathematics – 100
From Analytical Ability – 50
From Communicative English – 50

The minimum qualifying marks are 25% of the aggregate marks, i.e, 50 out of total 200 marks. However, there is no requirement of scoring minimum qualifying marks for SC/ST candidates.

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