Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Kakinada releases the AP EAMCET result on behalf of APSCHE. Candidates can check their AP EAMCET 2020 result online at sche.ap.gov.in. Candidates can expect the release of results within one week of the exam date. JNTUK has announced the AP EAMCET 2020 exam date. Added to this, the AP EAMCET result has also been declared on 10th October 2020.
Candidates have to use their registration number and hall ticket number as the login credentials to check the AP EAMCET result online (comprising the rank of candidates). Then, a merit list for admission through AP EAMCET 2020 shall be prepared. To determine the position of candidates in the merit list, 10+2 score and AP EAMCET 2020 score (overall rank) will be taken into consideration. Examinees whose name appear in the merit list are eligible for participating in the AP EAMCET counselling process.
Read this article to get more information on AP EAMCET result, including how to check the result, compilation method, normalisation process, etc.
Candidates can check the table below to get aware of the schedule related to the AP EAMCET result 2020.
AP EAMCET Result 2020 – Event Schedule
|AP EAMCET 2020 exam date (Engineering)||17th, 18th, 21st, 22nd & 23rd September 2020|
|AP EAMCET 2020 exam date (Agriculture)||23rd, 24th and 25th September 2020|
|Declaration of result||10th October 2020|
|Release of rank card||14th October 2020|
*Due to COVID-19 pandemic, APSCHE has put all the Common Entrance Tests including AP EAMCET on a halt. The official notification states “revised schedule for conduct of tests will be announced later in due course”.
Candidates can use the steps below to check the result as per the schedule:
Step 1 – Visit the official web portal for AP EAMCET i.e. sche.ap.gov.in/EAMCET
Step 2 – Click on the ‘Check AP EAMCET Result’ link
Step 3 – Enter your registration number and the hall ticket number
Step 4 – Click on ‘View Result’ button
Step 5 – Check your result details and download the same for future references
Candidates will find the following details in the AP EAMCET 2020 result/rank card:
The image given below illustrates the details furnished on AP EAMCET score card/result AP EAMCET Result 2020 – Qualifying Marks
Candidates need to obtain the qualifying score (also known as the qualifying cutoff score) to be eligible for the further admission process.
Qualifying Score in AP EAMCET 2020
|Scheduled Castes||All the candidates eligible for further process, irrespective of their score in TS EAMCET i.e. no qualifying score|
|Scheduled Tribes||All the candidates eligible for further process, irrespective of their score in TS EAMCET i.e. no qualifying score|
|All other categories||25%|
APSCHE will indicate the qualifying status of candidates in the AP EAMCET result using the following grade letters:
AP EAMCET result will have two elements, namely:
The raw scores are easily calculated using the predefined marking scheme. But the difficulty level of AP EAMCET papers may vary in different shifts. Hence, APSCHE uses the normalisation procedure in order to bring transparency to the score calculation.
How is normalisation done in AP EAMCET?
APSCHE uses the following formula to calculate the normalised score of the candidate:
Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education has released the AP EAMCET result in the form of a rank card on 14th October 2020. All the candidates can access the AP EAMCET rank card using their registration number and hall ticket number/date of birth. Rank card of AP EAMCET 2020 will comprise the rank of the candidates (calculated as per the AP EAMCET score and 10+2 marks of candidates). Candidates will be required to present the printout of AP EAMCET rank card at the time of counselling.
Preparation of AP EAMCET Rank
APSCHE will allot ranks to candidates by giving a specific weightage to their class 12th score and AP EAMCET score. The table below mentions the weightage for each variable of AP EAMCET rank.
|EAMCET normalized marks||75%|
|Intermediate (Class 12) marks in group subjects||25%|
There can be instances when two or more candidates land at a similar rank as per their score in class 12th and score in AP EAMCET. APSCHE uses the following chronology to resolve the situation of a tie.
AP EAMCET Tie-Breaking Criteria for Rank Allotment – Engineering
AP EAMCET Tie-Breaking Criteria for Rank Allotment – Agriculture and Medical Rank Allotment
APSCHE will follow the tie-breaking criteria almost similar to those discussed above. The only difference will lie in the second point of the above-mentioned chronology. Instead of the Mathematics section, APSCHE will take biology marks in consideration to break the tie during the allotment of Agriculture and Medical rank.
After the release of AP EAMCET result, APSCHE conducts the counselling and seat allotment process on a dedicated portal i.e. apeamcet.nic.in. APSCHE notifies all the details related to the AP EAMCET counselling via this web portal only.
The AP EAMCET counselling and seat allotment process includes the following steps:
Step 1 – Payment of processing fee online
Step 2 – Checking the verification status
Step 3 – Candidate’s registration
Step 4 – Login for online option entry
Step 5 – Printing the list of saved options
Step 6 – Login for checking allotment order
Step 7 – Printing the allotment order
Step 8 – Joining/Reporting at colleges
Earlier, the CET was to be conducted in the third week of April and APSCHE was set to declare the AP EAMCET result on May 5. However, the exam date had to be extended due to the global pandemic. APSCHE will soon be announcing the new exam dates and the result release dates.
APSCHE will release the AP EAMCET result online atsche.ap.gov.in/EAMCET. Candidates need to visit the portal and access the login dashboard using their registration number and the hall ticket number. Candidates will be able to check the result once they click on the ‘View Result’ button after entering their credentials.
No. Candidates can only check their results online at the official website. No other mode is available for receiving the AP EAMCET result or rank card.
Yes, candidates need to obtain a minimum of 25% (40 marks out of 160) to satisfy the AP EAMCET qualifying cutoff. In case of SC/ST candidates, there is no minimum qualifying cut off. All the candidates who belong to SC/ST category and take the test will be eligible for the counselling process.
No. The relaxation in the qualifying marks of AP EAMCET 2020 is valid only if the concerned candidate has a valid caste certificate. Hence, candidates must only apply under the SC/ST category only if they have a valid certificate in support of their claim.
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