When the TS Eamcet-2017 results were announced on 22nd April, everyone was taken by surprise. The students who excelled the exams all hail from the state of Andhra Pradesh. Of the five rank holders from engineering and medicine, four have a connection with Andhra Pradesh.
In Engineering, Gorantla Jayanth Harsha belonging to Guntur secured the first rank while Srikakulam’s K Ramprasad secured the second rank. The third rank was bagged by A. Sai Bharadwaj of Hyderabad.
As far as the agriculture test was concerned, the first rank was secured by Kakinada’s K.V.N.V.S Neastham Reddy while GP Sunder Reddy of Ongole got the second rank. The third rank went to Gajwel’s G. Abhinav Reddy.
This year, quite a few Telangana students made it to the top-10 lists of the Andhra Eamcet-2017 tests for engineering and agriculture.
The first ranker in the AP Eamcet, Mohan Abhyas belongs to Andhra Pradesh. However, since he completed his intermediate studies from a college in Kukatpally, it was Telangana that got the credit.
When it comes to TS Eamcet, 74.75% of the students qualified the engineering test while 86.49% qualified the agriculture test. According to the reports, close to 1.31 lakh students had appeared for the engineering test and 73496 students had appeared for the agriculture test, both of which were conducted on 12th May 2017.
According to Dr. N Yadaiah, the convener of Eamcet-2017, students can download the OMR sheets from the website www.eamcet.tsche.ac.in for the next two days i.e. 24th May and 25th May. In case the candidates want to report any discrepancy in the evaluation of these sheets, they can submit these too on the same website on 26th May and 27th May.
Eamcet rank cards can be downloaded from the website from 28th May onwards. Prof. T Papi Reddy, the Chairman of Telangana State Council for Higher Education said that the counseling for engineering will begin from the second week of June.
According to A Venugopal Reddy, the Vice-Chancellor of JNTU, they are busy with affiliations for their engineering colleges and during the first week of June, the approved list will be released. He added that the colleges that seemed to be deficient in following the norms have been instructed to get in line with the regulations and submit new proposals for consideration.