EAMCET Medical 2014 Counselling -The second round of EAMCET Medical 2014 Counselling will be held from September 20, to 24, 2014 for all vacant seats which remain vacant after EAMCET Counselling Round 1. While EAMCET Medical 2014 counselling round 2 for Special Categories will be held on September 19, 2014. The re-allotment of college to the reserved category candidates i.e., BC, SC and ST will be done as per the reservation criteria.
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The Rank holders of EAMCET Medical 2014 who did not get seats in counseling round 1 can attend the second round of EAMCET 2014 counseling. Those candidates who secured admission in 1st counseling and wish to change their college/course according to their merit, and those who have cancelled / withdrawn / not joined can also attend the counseling can also attend EAMCET 2014 counselling Round 2.
EAMCET Medical 2014 counselling authority, NTR University of Health Sciences has decided to impose a penalty of Rs 1 lakh on candidates who cancel their seats after being admitted to their respective medical and dental colleges.
Eligibility for EAMCET Medical 2014 Counselling Round 2 – The eligibility criteria for EAMCET Medical 2014 Counselling Round 2 are mentioned below.
EAMCET Marks Minimum
Inter (10+2 or Equivalent) Science % Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology
17 years as on December 31, 2014
EAMCET Medical 2014 Counselling Round 2 Schedule For Special Categories:
Eligible candidates to attend
September 19, 2014
*All eligible Police Martyrs Children (PMC)
Dr.NTR UHS Counseling Centre, Administrative Building, Vijayawada
*All eligible candidates as per PH merit list
*All eligible candidates as per NCC list
*All eligible candidates as per CAP list
The Unfilled seats if any under PMC, PH, NCC & CAP (ARMY) seats, will be added to the respective categories.
Candidates must note that merit list under Sports & Games category and counseling date will be notified later.
EAMCET Medical 2014 Counseling Round 2 schedule - The candidates are advised to attend the counseling at any one of the following centers of their choice.
September 20, 2014
1 to 1500
1. JNTUH Campus, Kukatpally, Hyd
2. Kakatiya University Counseling Centre, Warangal
3. Opp. School of Distance Education,
Andhra University Campus, VSP
4. Old MBA BUILDING, Sri Venkateswara
5. Dr NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada
1501 to 2500
September 21, 2014
2501 to 4000
4001 to 6000
September 22, 2014
6001 to 8000
8001 to 10000
September 23, 2014
10001 to 12000
All Candidates of AU area
SC/ST/BC-A, BC-B, BC-C, BC-D & BC-E candidates of OU/SVU/NL
12001 to 15000
September 24, 2014
SC/ ST/BC-A /BC-B/BC-E of AU area candidates
SC/ ST/BC-A /BC-B/BC-E of SVU area
SC/ST/BC-A of OU area /NL
15001 to 20000
SC of AU/OU/SVU/NL
20001 to 25000
ST of SVU area candidates
20001 to 30000
ST of AU area candidates
20001 to Last Eligible candidates
*All candidates mean OC, BCA, BCB, BCC, BCD, BCE, SC & ST categories.
Important Highlights of EAMCET Medical 2014 Counselling Round 2 -
The counselling process of EAMCET Medical 2014 for admission to Medical and Dental Colleges of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana will be conducted in three phase beginning from August 30, 2014. The first phase of EAMCET Medical 2014 Counselling for open competition seats in Government and Private medical colleges will be conducted from August 30 to September 1, 2014. In Phase 2 & 3 of EAMCET Medical 2014 counselling the re-allotment of college to the reserved category candidates i.e., BC, SC and ST will be done as per the reservation criteria.
Candidates who have qualified the EAMCET Medical 2014 entrance exam will be allowed to participate in the EAMCET Medical 2014 Counselling as per their rank in EAMCET Medical 2014 result. Important highlights of EAMCET Medical 2014 counselling procedure are given below:
Eligibility for admission into MBBS/BDS courses:
The candidate should be an Indian National or Person of Indian Origin (PIO) / Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) Card Holder and should satisfy the Local or Non-local status in Andhra Pradesh / Telangana (Residence requirement) as laid down in Andhra Pradesh Education Institutions (Regulations of Admissions).
The candidate should have passed Intermediate (10+2 pattern) or its equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany, Zoology) / Biotechnology and English
OC candidates should obtain not less than 50% marks in science subjects.
BC/SC/ST candidates should obtain not less than 40% marks in science subjects
OC PH candidates should obtain not less than 45% marks in science subjects
The candidate should have qualified in EAMCET Medical 2014
OC candidates should secure not less than 50% marks (80 marks) in EAMCET 2014
BC/SC/ST candidates should secure not less than 40% marks (64 marks) in EAMCE Medical 2014
OC PH candidates should secure not less than 45% marks (72 marks) in EAMCET 2014
The candidate should have completed 17 years of age as on December 31, 2014. The candidates who do not complete 17 years as on mentioned date need not attend the counseling. The candidates born on or after January 2, 1998 are not eligible for admission into MBBS/BDS Courses
The candidates who wish to claim seats under Anglo Indian, Sports & Games, CAP (Army), NCC, Physically challenged (PH) and Police Martyrs Children (PMC) also need to fulfill the above eligibility criteria
EAMCET Medical 2014 Counseling Centers: The eligible candidates are advised to attend for counseling at any one of the following counseling centers of their choice.
JNTUH, Kukatpally, Hyderabad.
Online Counseling Centre, Kakatiya University, Warangal
Opp. School of Distance Education, Andhra University Campus.
Administrative Building. Dr NTR University of Health Sciences.
Old MBA building, S.V University.
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EAMCET Medical 2014 Counselling Fee:
The selected candidates shall pay the fee at the counseling center on the day of counseling in the form of Demand Drafts drawn (not earlier than the date of this notification) in any nationalized Bank in favour of ‘Registrar, Dr NTR University of Health Sciences’ payable at Vijayawada.
Counselling Fee (non- refundable): All the candidates who attend the counseling have to pay an amount of Rs.500 for OC /BC and Rs.300 for SC/ST candidates as counseling fee at the reception counter of the counseling center irrespective of their selection /admission. The counseling fee receipt can be produced in subsequent counselling for entry into the counseling center.
EAMCET Medical 2014 Fees (Particulars) – Candidates must note that the MBBS and BDS Course fee for the academic year 2014 to be paid at the counseling center on the day of selection itself. The course fee structure of MBBS and BDS are given below:
Private College ‘A’
Private College ‘B’
Army Dental College G
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Certificates to be produced at the time of EAMCET Medical 2014 Counseling: Candidates must bring all the original certificates (mentioned below) and two sets of attested Xerox copies at the time of EAMCET Medical 2014 Counselling session.
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