The numbers are marginally less than last year, when 3.88 lakh candidates applied for the test. The numbers applying for what could be the last EAMCET for Medical discipline, shot up to 1.02 lakh over last year's 94,418, given the indecision on NEET.
The response for the engineering discipline is marginally lower this year at 2.81 lakh as compared to the 2.93 applications received in 2012.
Officials say the drop in numbers and the difference might not be significant, considering that the applications submitted by deadline with late fee. They added that poor placement records have lead to a loss of preference for colleges within the state.
The Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET 2013) will be conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad on behalf of APSCHE for entry into the first year of the following Under Graduate Professional courses offered for the academic year 2013-14 in the University & Private unaided and affiliated Professional colleges in the State of Andhra Pradesh.
It has been notified that the candidates have done mistakes while filling the EAMCET 2013 online application form. APSCHE board provide the opportunity to correct those mistakes done by the candidates.
In case of any corrections in filled-in EAMCET 2013 application form, the candidates are advised to approach the respective office with supporting documents and copy of the
'Filled in application form'. Based on the category (1,2 &3) of mistakes, identify the respective office as given in the official website of EAMCET.
Click here to know the categories need to be corrected.