The Convener of EAMCET 2014 has issued an important notification to students and their parents, who have registered for EAMCET examination.
According to the notification, students and parents have to stay away from fraudsters who promise to give them the EAMCET paper.
They have advised the students on about cheaters, brokers and cons, who deceive and mislead candidates by promising them question papers through illegal means.
Students should not believe them or give any money to such people. Instead, they must inform the police or EAMCET authorities immediately. They have given an assurance that the informer's identity would be kept secret.
EAMCET examination will be held in a fair and transparent manner and the ranks of candidates will be given purely on merit basis.
The OMR answer sheets used by the candidates are evaluated through computerised machines and there would be absolutely no manual intervention.
If any of the candidates are caught using wrongful means, they will be disqualified and a criminal case will be booked against them.
More than 3 lakh candidates are expected to take the Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) 2014.
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According to the reliable sources, around 2 lakh candidates have registered for Engineering entrance examination and 85,000 candidates have registered for Medical entrance examination.
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad is all set to conduct Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET 2014) on behalf of APSCHE.