AP ECET 2020 Hall Tickets:
AP State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has postponed the date for AP ECET hall Ticket release. Now, the AP ECET hall tickets will be released on September. The Council has also postponed the examination which was due to be conducted on September 14. The July exam will now be Reschedule on September 14, 2020. The consequent processes have also been postponed.
AP ECET or Andhra Pradesh Engineering Common Entrance Test for Diploma Holders and B.Sc. graduates (with Mathematics as one of the optional subjects) is conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technical University (JNTU-A) on behalf of APSCHE.
AP ECET is conducted for 200 marks and the question paper has 200 objective questions.
1. Diploma holders in Agricultural Engineering can apply for Agricultural Engineering stream. The Exam pattern is same as any other Engineering stream.
2. Mechanical Engineering Diploma holders are advised make sure that they are applying for correct stream i.e., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Before submitting the application, they are advised to check that they have not mistakenly opted for MINING ENGINEERING.
3. Please fill the application on your own and give correct mobile number which will be with you because all the messages will be sent to the registered mobile.If you are taking the help of others in filling the application, sit by their side and ensure that correct details are entered.
In case of engineering stream, the distribution of marks is given below:
Mathematics – 50 marks
Physics – 25 marks
Chemistry – 25 marks
Engineering (Civil/ Electrical/ Mechanical/ Electronics & Communications/ Computer Science/ Chemical/ Metallurgical/ Mining/ Electronics & Instrumentation/ Ceramic Technology/ Bio technology – 100 marks
In case of Pharmacy stream, the distribution of marks is given below:
Pharmaceutics -50 marks
Pharmaceutical Chemistry – 50 marks
Pharmacognosy – 50 marks
Pharmacology – 50 marks
And in case of B.Sc. courses, the distribution of marks is given below:
Mathematics – 100 marks
Analytical Ability – 50 marks
Communicative English – 50 marks.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Ananthapur, released the admit cards for the Andhra Pradesh Engineering Common Entrance Test (AP ECET 2020) today on the official website of the exam – sche.ap.gov.in. The link to download the AP ECET Hallticket is available on the official website.
Candidates who have applied for the AP ECET 2020 examination can check and download their admit card from the AP ECET website – sche.ap.gov.in.
Candidates are advised to download their AP ECET 2020 Admit Card from the official website – sche.ap.gov.in – only.
Steps to download the AP ECET 2020 Admit Cards:
Visit the official portal https://sche.ap.gov.in/ECET/ECET/ECET_HomePage.aspx & www.schools9.com
Click on ‘AP ECET 2020 Admit Cards’ Link Page Button
Enter the Candidate Hall Ticket Number and Date of Birth
Click on ‘Submit’ Button
Download and take a print out of the Admit Card.
AP ECET 2020 hall tickets have been released. Students who had applied for the AP ECET 2020 exam can download their hall ticket from the official website. Students would need their registration number and date of birth to login and download their AP ECET hall tickets. AP State Council of Higher Education (AP SCHE) had earlier scheduled the release of AP ECET hall tickets on August but it was postponed along with the examination. AP ECET exam was initially scheduled on September 14 but will now be conducted on September.
The Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has released the admit card for the Engineering Common Entrance Test (AP ECET) on the official website, sche.ap.gov.in. The AP ECET will now be conducted on September 14, 2020 from 10 am to 1 pm.
About AP ECET 2020:
The examination will consist of 200 objective type questions of 200 marks.
In order to obtain a rank in APECET-2020, candidates need to score t least 25 percent of the aggregate marks in the four subjects (three subjects for BSc Mathematics) i.e. 50 marks out of a total of 200.
For SC/ST candidates, there are no criteria for minimum qualifying marks for ranking the candidates.