JNTU Kakinada has started AP EAMCET 2019, on April 20, 2019. The candidates who appeared for Andhra Pradesh EAMCET found the exam to be easier than last year. As per the students, the examination was easy but lengthy. Some of the questions in exam were tricky and needed a lot of out of the box thinking.
The most difficult section in the exam was for Physics. The questions from optics and mechanics were especially complex and gave students a hard time during the exam. Mathematics was moderate but demanded lengthy calculations. Few students found questions from integration time consuming. Organic Chemistry was a bit difficult. Yet, it was the easiest section among the three.
Overall, the level of the examination was easier in comparison to JEE Main, BITSAT, VITEEE, etc exam. The candidates who appeared for the exam, were mostly confident and those who reappeared for the exam this year believed that this time they will secure good rank.
The result of AP EAMCET 2019 will release on May 01, 2019. It will be released online, on sche.ap.gov.in. The result will be announced as a merit list. It will be prepared on the basis of marks secured in the exam and in class 12th. To determine the rank of AP EAMCET, 75% weightage will be given to EAMCET marks and 25% weightage will be given to 10+2 marks. The minimum marks needed to qualify the exam are 25% marks. However, there is no marks limit for SC / ST category candidates.
Andhra Pradesh EAMCET is a national level examination. In all, 2,82,633 candidates registered for the exam. Of these, 1,95,723 were for engineering and 86,910 registered for agriculture and medical stream. JNTU conducted exam in 115 centers. The qualifying candidates of the exam shall get admission in B.Tech, B.Pharm, Pharma.D, B.Sc. (Ag), B.Sc (Hort), B.V.Sc & A.H / B. F. Sc courses.
The examination is being held in online mode, in a window of multiple days. The paper for Engineering will end on April 23, whereas, the paper for Agriculture, Pharma, and BiPC ends on April 24, 2019. Each day, the exam is conducted in two shifts, which are from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and 02:30 pm to 05:30 pm.