AP EAMCET Eligibility Criteria 2019 - Academic Qualification and Age Limit

AP EAMCET 2019 Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for AP EAMCET 2019 state the minimum requirements for the candidates to apply for the exam. The following points will help the candidates to appear for the exam like nationality, age, educational qualification etc.

A). Nationality:

  • The candidates appearing for the exam should be Indian Nationals/ persons of Indian origin (PIO)/ overseas citizen Of India, or card holders are eligible to appear for the exam.
  • The candidates must belong to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
  • The candidates should satisfy Local and Non-local status requirements as laid down in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

B). Age Limit:

  • The candidates must have completed 16 and 17 years of age as on December 31 of the year of admission. No upper age limitation for these courses.
  • For B.Tech(Dairy Technology), B.Tech(FS and T), B.Tech(Agricultural Engineering) and B.Sc (CA & BM) the candidate’s should cross the minimum age limit of 17 years.
  • As or on 31st December of the year of admission the candidates age limit should be 22 years as the maximum age limit for General category and 25 years for SC/ST.
  • For Pharm-D course, the candidates should have completed 17 years of age as or on 31st December of the year.

C). Educational Qualification:

The Educational Qualification for engineering courses should be as follows:

  • The candidates must have passed or should be in the final year of the 12th or Equivalent exam from any recognizes board of Andhra Pradesh with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry subjects.
  • The candidates should have completed or appearing in Diploma in Engineering courses.
  • For Pharm-D course the candidates should have passed or appeared in the final year of 12th or equivalent class from the recognized board with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry.
  • The candidates of Diploma in pharmacy can also apply for Pharm-D course.
  • The candidates must obtain 45% marks for General Category and 40% marks for Reserved category.

The educational qualification for Agriculture and medical courses:

  • For Pharm-D candidates, they should have cleared or appearing in the final year of the intermediate with Biology, Physics and Chemistry subjects.
  • For Agricultural courses, the candidates should have passed or appearing in the 12th or Equivalent exam with any two / three of the subjects given below:

B.Sc (Agriculture) and B.Sc (Horticulture):

  • Physical sciences
  • Biological or natural sciences
  • Agriculture
  • Vocational Courses in Agriculture

B.V.Sc and A.H:

  • Physical Sciences
  • Biological or natural sciences
  • Vocational courses in Veterinary Sciences.

B.F.Sc:

  • Physical sciences
  • Biological or natural sciences
  • Vocational courses in fishery sciences

B.Tech (FS & T), B. pharmacy and Pharm-D:

  • Mathematics
  • Physical sciences
  • Biological or natural sciences.