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Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad is all set to conduct the Engineering Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test (EAMCET 2010) on the behalf of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education. Scheduled for May 30, 2010, these exams are a gateway for all students looking to get admission in the government and private engineering and medical colleges of Andhra Pradesh. A large number of students from across the Andhra Pradesh state appear for EAMCET every year and the competition is quite tough.
Revised important dates notification
|Last date for Sale of applications at all Head Post Offices, main branches of Andhra Banks outlets and E-seva centres||21-04-2010|
|Sale of applications at Convener's Office, Hyd||From 22-04-2010 to 27-05-2010|
|Last date for receipt of applications without fine:||09-04-2010|
|Last date for receipt of applications at Convener's office only with fine of Rs. 500/-||15-04-2010|
|Last date for receipt of applications at Convener's office only with fine of Rs. 1000/-||21-04-2010|
|Last date for receipt of application at Convener's Office in person only with fine of Rs. 5,000/-||10-05-2010|
|Last date for receipt of application at Convener's Office in person only with fine of Rs. 10,000/-||27-05-2010|
|Issue of Hall-tickets at all Regional Centres (including holidays)||30-04-2010 to 06-05-2010|
|Date of Examination||30-05-2010|
|Time of Examination Engineering Agriculture and Medicine||10.00AM to 1.00 PM 2.30 PM to 5.30 PM|
EAMCET 2010 application form and availability-
The EAMCET 2010 application form can be bought for Rs. 250 from e-seva centers located in the state of Andhra Pradesh and select branches of Andhra Bank outlets. To download the EAMCET 2010 application form or filling the form online, students can log on to www.apeamcet.org. The payment in the case of EAMCET 2010 online application can be done by providing a DD number of a DD amounting to Rs. 250.
EAMCET 2010 engineering entrance exam - eligibility criteria
The EAMCET previous papers' pattern-
To get an idea of the EAMCET 2010 paper pattern candidates should solve as many as EAMCET model papers and EAMCET previous years papers.
With a thorough study of EAMCET previous papers we find that the EAMCET engineering exam lays maximum stress on the mathematics section. The EAMCET 2010 paper is expected to be of 160 marks distributed between physics, chemistry and maths as follows -
Mathematics - 80 marks
Physics - 40 marks
Chemistry - 40 marks
The total number of questions asked in EAMCET 2010 is expected to be 80 of which 70 are usually solvable by average students and a mere 10 are too difficult to solve.
The most important EAMCET 2010 mathematics section can further be divided as follows -
To be able to secure a good rank in the EAMCET 2010 students must practice well on the EAMCET sample papers and aim to crack as many questions in the Mathematics section as possible.
Some useful information
Students will be allowed 45 minutes prior to the examination