AP PGCET 2023 final allotment results out; last date to report to allotted colleges

AP PGCET 2023 counselling concludes. Candidates who have been granted admission can check the list of documents required for verification.

AP PGCET Counselling 2023 ends today. (Image: Freepik)AP PGCET Counselling 2023 ends today. (Image: Freepik)

Anu Parthiban | November 25, 2023 | 08:27 AM IST

NEW DELHI: Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) and Andhra University Visakhapatnam had declared the postgraduate common entrance test (AP PGCET 2023) phase 2 allotment results. Candidates who have been shortlisted for admission will have to report to the allotted colleges by today, November 25.

The AP PGCET college-wise final allotment results was published on the official website, pgcet-sche.aptonline.in. The last date to report to the colleges was November 23, as per the schedule released earlier. However, it has been extended by two days.

Verification of certificates of all candidates will be done in online mode. “Candidates are directed to verify their phone messages and email frequently during the certificate verification period as they get updated information related to certificate verification,” the council said.

No separate physical verification of certificates is there for special category candidates during the final phase of counselling, it added.

AP PGCET 2023: Documents required

Candidates will have to produce the following documents during the admission process.

  • AP PGCET-2023 hall ticket
  • AP PGCET-2023 rank card
  • Transfer Certificate (TC)
  • Consolidated marks memo
  • Degree provisional certificate
  • Intermediate marks memo or diploma marks memo
  • SSC or its equivalent certificate
  • Study certificates from Class 9 to degree
  • Residence certificate.
  • Residence certificate of either of the parents in AP for 10 years excluding the period of employment outside Andhra Pradesh from the competent authority in respect of non-local candidates.
  • Latest valid income certificate or ration card issued by the competent authority containing the name of the candidate.
  • Caste certificate issued by competent authority in respect of SC, ST, BC.
  • Latest Economically Weaker Section (EWS) certificate.
  • Local status certificate if applicable.

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