The result of EAMCET-III (Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test) for admissions in MBBS and BDS seats in Telangana will be declared on September 16.
After the EAMCET-II paper leak fiasco, the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad has made elaborate arrangements to discard any possibilities of paper leak. Following media reports that the EAMCET-III paper had few mistakes, the convenor of the EAMCET-III has created an e-mail id (firstname.lastname@example.org) where students can register their objections. “Students can send in their objections over the question paper or the preliminary key by September 14 4pm,” said N Yadaiah, convenor of Eamcet-III.
According to sources, the university authorities are planning to give bonus marks to all students in case there are any mistakes in the question paper. Following the entrance test, several students and parents had expressed that there were 10 questions which were either out of syllabus, inconsistent or wrong.
Following the results, web counselling for MBBS and BDS seats will begin on September 17, and will go on till September 20. Verification for Anglo-Indians would be conducted on September 17, for National Cadet Corps (NCC) candidates who scored ranks between 1-10,000 would be called on September 18, and students applying through the Army, police and the quota for physically handicapped would be called for verification on September 19.
During the web counselling process, students have to produce original certificates such as:
- The EAMCET hall ticket and rank card
- Intermediate memo and pass certificate and transfer certificate,
- SSC (or) its equivalent marks memo
- Class 6 to inter study certificates
- Residence certificate in case of private candidates
- Income certificate (for fee reimbursement),
- Caste certificate
- PH/CAP/NCC/sports/minority certificate if applicable
The number of seats has increased from the existing 1,900 to 2,350 in private medical colleges this year. Apart from this, there are over 1,000 seats up for grabs in government colleges.