The AP EAMCET 2021 examination is all set to begin from tomorrow, i.e. August 19, 2021. The dates for the engineering are August 19, 20, 23, 24 and 25, 2021 while the same for the agriculture and pharmacy entrance examinations are September 03, 06 and 07, 2021. If a candidate has not yet downloaded the hall tickets for the engineering exam, then they can do the same from sche.ap.gov.in. However, the hall tickets for agriculture and pharmacy will be available from August 25, 2021.
Candidates who will be appearing for AP EAMCET 2021 from tomorrow onwards have to carry their hall tickets along with the filled application form. The documents need to be affixed with recent coloured photographs and must be duly attested by a Gazetted Officer or principal of the candidate’s college. They are advised to carefully check their names, date of birth, gender, category, name of the test centre and date & time of the examination as printed on the hall tickets. In addition to these two documents, they have to carry a ball-point pen for doing rough work and an attested copy of the caste certificate (if applicable). Candidates, not in the possession of their hall tickets, will not be permitted to appear for the examination.
No textual material, calculators, slide rules, log table, electronic watches, mobile phone, etc. will be allowed inside the examination hall. In case a candidate carries any such item, then their examination will stand cancelled. Candidates are not be allowed to carry any baggage/items inside the examination centre.
The engineering examination will be held in two shifts. The first shift will commence from 9 AM and continue till 12 PM while the second shift will last from 3 PM to 6 PM. Candidates have to reach the examination centre 2 hours prior to the commencement of the examination to complete the registration and frisking formalities. No candidate will be allowed to enter if they are late even by one minute from the start of the examination.
To check the identity of each candidate, the invigilator must be provided with the hall tickets. Candidates will also be asked to sign and provide their left thumb impression at the appropriate place on the attendance sheet. However, in case of any first-aid emergency, technical assistance or any information, the candidates can approach the Invigilator or Centre Superintendent.
Regarding the dress code, candidates have to wear light clothes with half sleeves. Long sleeves are not permitted. They have to wear slippers or sandals with low heels and not shoes. In case of any queries regarding the upcoming examination, candidates can contact 0884-2340535 or 0884-2356255. Alternatively, they can send their queries at firstname.lastname@example.org.