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When it comes to choosing a stream after 12th, majority of parents want their children to go with Science. The reason behind this; engineers, doctors and scientists are termed as highly respected professionals across the globe. But, getting degrees in the above mentioned streams is not as easy as it sounds. One has to go through plenty of common entrance tests; given the availability of several higher degree colleges in India. Apart from colleges, even some states have their own entrance tests. Similar to other states’ entrance tests, EAMCET is an aptitude test that is held every year by Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE). EAMCET stands for Engineering, Agriculture & Medical Common Entrance Test. The exam is a prerequisite for getting admission to those colleges in Andhra Pradesh, which offers under graduate courses in Engineering, Agriculture and Medical.
Jawharalal Nehru Technological University (Hyderabad) is the apex body that regulates and controls EAMCET.
EAMCET Registration / Application Form
For EAMCET 2013, submission of the application forms will be done in online mode only. The form can be obtained from the official website. If candidate is appearing for one paper i.e. either Engineering or Agriculture & Medical, then the registration fee is Rs. 250. And, if he/she is opting for both the papers i.e. (Engineering + Agricultural & Medicine), the registration fee is Rs.500.
Payments of registration can be done either by AP Online / e-Seva / CSC centers or through credit cards and debit cards. The location for AP Online / e-Seva / CSC centers can be obtained from EAMCET website.
EAMCET Exam Dates
EAMCET 2013 will be conducted in the second week of May 2013.
For both Engineering and Medicine, the syllabus will be based on 10+2 level. Students opting for engineering courses should stick to the basics of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. And, candidates going for courses like BD, MBBS, BAMS, BHMS, BNYS and B.PHARM, the entire portion will be from Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
• Physics: - Units & Dimensions, Vectors, Kinematic, Dynamics, Friction, Rotatory Motion and many more
• Chemistry: - Atomic Structure, Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure, Stoichiometry, Solid State, Thermodynamics etc.
• Math: - Algebra, Trigonometry, Vector, Probability, Calculus and Coordinate Geometry.
• Biology: - the syllabus for Biology will have the extracts form Botany and Zoology. Some of the topics from Botany are world of plant life, vegetative morphology, reproductive morphology, cell biology, plant kingdom, plant pathology and many more.
Topics from Zoology are basics, locomotion and reproduction in protozoa, animal organization, classification of invertebrate and many more.
For both Engineering and Medical test, the exam duration will be 3 hours. In both the papers, there will be objective type 160 questions of which 40 form Physics, 40 from Chemistry and 80 from Mathematics / Biology, depending upon the course students prefer.
Since the exam will be conducted under the proper guidance of JNTU, hence NCERT textbooks will be conducive for the aspirants. The figures in the textbooks should be understood in detail in order to score high marks, especially for medical students. It will be a three hours test, so it is advisable to the aspirants that they should practice similar model papers before exam for time management. Basic theories in Physics, formulas in Chemistry and detail study of ecology & animal and plants are some of the set topics for the exam.
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