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Feb 25, 2016
APEAMCET - 2016 Important Dates
Notification of AP EAMCET - 2016 29-01-2016
Commencement of Submission of Online Application form 03-02-2016
Last date for submission of online applications 21-03-2016
Correction of Online Application data already submitted by the candidate 03-04-2016 to 09-04-2016
Last date for Submission of Online Application with late fee of Rs. 500/- 02-04-2016
Last date for Submission of Online Application with late fee of Rs. 1,000/- 11-04-2016
Last date for Submission of Online Application with late fee of Rs. 5,000/- 19-04-2016
Downloading of Hall Tickets from the website www.apeamcet.org 21-04-2016 to 27-04-2016
Last date for Submission of Online Application with late fee of Rs 10,000/- 27-04-2016
Date of AP EAMCET Examination 29-04-2016
Time Of Examination
(a) Engineering (E)
10.00 A.M. to 1.00 P.M.
Time Of Examination
(b) Agriculture and Medical (AM)
2.30 P.M. to 5.30 P.M.
Declaration of Preliminary Key 01-05-2016
Last Date for receiving of objections on Preliminary Key 06-05-2016 (5.00 PM)
Declaration of Ranks (Marks) 16-05-2016
Date of Examination: 29-04-2016
Last date for submission of Online Application with out late fee : 21-03-2016
For Engg. (E) - Rs.350/-
For Agri.& Med. (AM) - Rs.350/-
For Both (E & AM) - Rs.700/-
For more information visit : https://www.apeamcet.org
AP EAMCET 2016 Notification
May 11, 2016
The result for the medical stream was held back as the there was ambiguity between the Supreme Court’s verdict on NEET and the State’s petition to go ahead with EAMCET.
Satti Vamsi Krishna Reddy of Visakhapatnam topped EAMCET-2016 in the engineering stream by securing 158 out of 160 marks.
Announcing the results Visakhapatnam on Monday, HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao said all the top 10 rankers were boys and five of the toppers were from Telangana, including four from Rangareddy district.
The other top rankers were Ch. Lakshmi Narayana from East Godavari, Konda Vignesh Reddy from Rangareddy district, Mulpuru Prashant Reddy from Guntur, Ganta Gowtham from West Godavari, Digumarthi Chetan Sai from Rangareddy, Talluri Sai Teja from Rangareddy, Abbey Zachariah George from Chennai, Singamsetty Sanjeeva Krishna Sai Dinesh from Mahabubnagar, and Namburu Jai Krishna Sai Vinay from Guntur.
The Minister said the admission notification would be issued on May 27 and certificate verification would commence from June 6.
The students can avail the options from June 9 to 18 and the seats will be allotted from June 22.
“Classes will begin from June 27,” he said.
The Minister said SMS alert with the name, rank and hall ticket number would be sent to all the registered mobiles and the password to the site was EDGE@JNTUK$2016.
The result for the medical stream was held back as the there was some ambiguity between the Supreme Court’s verdict on NEET and the State’s petition to go ahead with EAMCET.
Jul 6, 2016
Eamcet final ranks to be declared today
The convener’s office of A.P. Eamcet-2016 is going to collect the results of Intermediate supplementary examinations and declare the final ranks of those appeared for the Eamcet on Wednesday.
Convener Ch. Saibabu said here on Tuesday that the ranks would be sent to the registered cellphone numbers of the students.
They can also be downloaded from the website from Thursday onwards.
The process remained the same for the students who appeared for the examination conducted by the other boards, he said.
source : thehindu
Model schools face uncertain future
Launched under RMSA, the State government is expected to fund these schools from the fifth year
More than 25 model schools and thousands of students across the district face an uncertain future as the State government is yet to take a decision on the ways of providing funds to them.
The model schools were built between 2008 and 2012. They admit students from Class 6 to Intermediate and the medium of instruction is English. A few schools are still being built across the district.
The schools have hostels attached to them that primarily cater to girls for residential purpose and boys for semi-residential purpose. The students are served mid-day meal in the hostels.
It was initially planned that the Central government would provide hundred per cent funding under the Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) for the first year and reduce it by 25 per cent each year to eventually make them completely funded by the State government from the fifth year onwards.
Officials in a quandary
As the government is yet to take a decision in this regard, the officials are in a quandary, unable to explain the position to the staff members and those enquiring about the fate of the schools.
“The hostels have not been functioning since the commencement of this academic year for the girl students with the Education Department issuing a G.O. stating that the models schools are not residential institutions,” said principal of a model school in Anantapur on conditions of anonymity.
In this backdrop, many a parent may find it difficult to provide education to the girl children by admitting them in hostels, defeating the very purpose for which the model schools had been launched.
The State government has dropped enough hints that it has no funds to run the hostels unless the Central government agrees to bear the expenditure.
As things stand, the future of the students willing to pursue education by staying in hostels is uncertain.
The Government’s measures to ensure “zero dropout rate” may also be affected.
Jul 24, 2016
Medical web option selections on 27th & 28th
source : eenadu