Application correction dates announced for AP EAMCET, ECET and PGECET

Application correction dates announced for AP EAMCET, ECET and PGECET
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NEW DELHI: Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has announced that the correction facility for category 2 of the application form will be open for EAMCET, ECET and PGECET in online mode. EAMCET candidates will be able to access this facility from July 4 to 7 whereas ECET candidates will be able to access the same from July 7 to 10, 2020. For PGECET candidates, the facility will be open from July 10 to 13, 2020. Only the registered candidates will be able to access this correction facility.

Which details can be corrected?

Through this facility, the candidates will be able to correct details which they had filled in the online application form. However, only some information will be open for editing/modification. The following details can be checked and edited by the candidates:

  • Qualifying exam - Year of Passing/Passing

  • Medium of instruction in qualifying exam

  • Place of study - intermediate or equivalent

  • Bridge course hall ticket number

  • Mother’s name

  • Birth state and district

  • Gender

  • Special category

  • Local area status

  • Non-minority/minority

  • Annual income of the parents

  • Study details

  • 10+2 studies

  • Place of study - SSC or equivalent

  • SSC hall ticket number and year of passing

  • Address for correspondence

  • Mobile/Email ID

  • Aadhaar card details and ration card details

While these details will be open for corrections in online mode, if the candidates wish to edit other information then they will have to send a written request to the authorities along with valid documents through email.

AP EAMCET is scheduled to be conducted from July 27 to 30 (engineering) and July 30 to 31 (agriculture) whereas AP ECET will be held on July 24, 2020. AP PGECET 2020 will be conducted from August 2 to 4.

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