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AP EAMCET 2013 will be conducted on 12 May

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EAMCET 2013 will be conducted on 12 May
The Andhra Pradesh Higher Education council in a meeting decided to release the common entrance exam schedule for the academic year 2013-14. The entrance tests such as EAMCET, ICET. ECET, LAWCET, EDCET, PECET, and PG CET, schedule will be announced by deputy Chief Minister Damadora Raja Narsimha.

While, AICTE ordered that results of all entrance exam must be released before 5 June and admission procedures for all the colleges must be completed by June 30 every year. This will be taken into consideration by Higher education council while deciding the schedule of various common entrance tests.

Higher Education council is planning to conduct EAMCET 2013 on 12 May, but the LAW Common entrance test is schedule on that day. Thus the council may schedule the test on June 06, 2013.

AICTE issued fresh guidelines to be followed by universities and colleges related to admissions to various courses. As per the revised academic calender of AICTE, results of all the entrance exams must be released before 5th of June and first phase of counseling must be completed before 30th June. Second phase of counseling must be completed before 10th July and the final phase of counseling must be completed before 30th July.

AICTE has also mentioned in his revised academic calender that the admission procedure of all engineering seats must be completed by 15th August. Engineering courses classes must begin on 1st August, it said. The revised academic schedule was issued by AICTE as per the order of Supreme Court which asked to redraw the academic schedule for engineering courses.

The cut-off date for engineering admissions followed by various engineering colleges was 30th August. Supreme court ordered this asking why the cut-off date is decided as 30th August when the classes begin on 1st August.

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