Notification Issued on : February 8th, 2013
Online Application Start from : February 15th, 2013
Without Late Fee Last Date : March 27th, 2013
With Rs.500/- Late Fee Last Date : April 8th, 2013
With Rs.1000/- Late Fee Last Date : April 17th, 2013
With Rs.5000/- Late Fee Last Date : April 27th, 2013
With Rs.10,000/- Late Fee Last Date : May 7th, 2013
Hall Tickets Download From : April 25th to May 8th, 2013
Entrance Exam on : May 10th, 2013
Answer Key Release on : May 12th, 2013
Results Announced on : June 2nd, 2013
1st Phase Counselling Start from : June 17th to 30th, 2013
2nd Phase Counselling : July 8th to 11th, 2013
Cut of Admission Date : August 14th, 2013.
Irrespective of the Supreme Court’s final direction to the States on the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET), the State government will conduct the EAMCET next year, including the medical examination for the science students.
The medical stream test has to be conducted as admissions to veterinary and agriculture courses are based on it. So whether NEET is made compulsory or not, science students have to take the medical stream test of EAMCET if they wish to seek admissions in veterinary and agriculture courses.
Since almost all the aspirants appearing for the medical stream of EAMCET opt for veterinary and agriculture courses once the MBBS and BDS seats are finished, there is no point in worrying about NEET or EAMCET. “If NEET is made mandatory also they have to write medical stream of EAMCET for admission into other courses. So its better they concentrate on their preparation without worrying about the outcome in Supreme Court,” an official said.
The Supreme Court is likely to give its verdict in mid-January on whether States have to mandatorily opt for NEET or conduct their own tests for the next academic year. Some States, including Andhra Pradesh, have moved to Supreme Court seeking some more time to be part of NEET.
Meanwhile, the government is busy finalising the dates of all the entrance exams. APSCHE Chairman P. Jayaprakash Rao said that the dates of all entrance tests would be announced by January 10. The government has already decided to entrust the responsibility of conducting the tests to the same universities that conducted the tests this year. Even the Conveners are likely to be the same.
Prof. Rao also said that the process of finalising the fee structure for all professional courses would start soon and the notification concerned would also be issued in January. College managements would have enough time to submit their proposals so that AFRC could fix the fee accordingly.
“We want to stick to the AICTE schedule on the academic calendar and will ensure that classes started on August 1 after completion of admission process by July-end,” Prof. Rao said.
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