Hyderabad: The results of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana EAMCET (Engineering , Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test) 2016 - Engineering Only, has been declared and it is now available for download on official and mirror websites.
The AP EAMCET 2016 Medical results are postponed due to the Supreme Court verdict on state run CETs in the wake of its earlier decision to hold a single medical entrance test named National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET).
The AP EAMCET 2016 results (Engineering Only) have been declared either today morning, and they are available for downloald on manabadi.co.in.
To check the results, a candidate needs to enter Hall Ticket No and other details and then click enter/submit button.
The AP EAMCET 2016 - Medical Results, will be declared only after the matter regarding single medical entrance NEET is sorted out and a clear verdict is pronounced by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court is expected to deliver its verdict on state run CETs any moment.
Andhra Pradesh (AP) Eamcet 2016 was conducted on April 29, 2016 in all cities of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
Once declared the results will be available for downloald on manabadi.co.in.
EAMCET is conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada on behalf of APSCHE and is a prerequisite for admission into various professional courses offered by the university/ private colleges in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
Over 2.90 lakh students had appeared for EAMCET, a day after the Supreme Court delivered its judgement, asking all states to follow NEET. Ganta Srinivasa Rao said that Andhra Pradesh filed a review petition in the Supreme Court, seeking exemption from the apex court orders regarding National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) for admissions into medical and dental courses.
The minister also said that the reason why the state was seeking an exemption from NEET was because its case was different from the other states. It was also pointed out that the state is protected by Article 371(D) and the subsequent presidential order that gives special privileges in admissions.
The Andhra government still went ahead with the examination proceedings, despite the confusion after the court's order.