Ritu Tripathi|Oct 25, 2021
- APSCHE commences exam centre change facility for EAMCET; PGECET and ECET to start on June 24
APSCHE commences exam centre change facility for EAMCET; PGECET and ECET to start on June 24
NEW DELHI: Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher education (APSCHE) has started the facility to change exam centres of AP EAMCET 2020 for registered candidates. The facility is available till June 23 in online mode. Candidates who have selected a different preference of cities for appearing in the respective entrance exams will now be able to change the previously selected city and add one more option as per their preference.
In order to change the exam city preferences, candidates will have to login using their registration number, payment reference ID and date of birth. The facility has been provided due to requests from candidates who happened to shift from one city to another due to the current scenario of lockdown and COVID-19 pandemic.
The same facility will be made available by APSCHE on June 24 and 25 for PGECET and ECET.
AP EAMCET is conducted by JNTUK for undergraduate admissions in engineering courses and the application forms are available till July 23 with payment of late fee. AP PGECET is an entrance exam conducted by Andhra University for AP State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) for postgraduate admissions. Candidates can apply till July 25 with various amounts of late fee. AP ECET is conducted for lateral entry into engineering and pharmacy courses by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Anantapur (JNTUA) and candidates can apply till July 16 with payment of late fee.
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