TS EAMCET Medical 2016 to be re-conducted on September 11
Apratim Chatterjee, 12 Aug 2016, #NEET
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Telangana State for Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) has scheduled to conduct Telangana State Medical Common Entrance Examination (TS EAMCET) for the third time on September 11, 2016. As per the TSCHE officials, only those candidates who had earlier registered for TS EAMCET II 2016 and have valid registration number are considered eligible to appear for TS EAMCET III 2016.

The candidates who wish to appear for the 11th September TS EAMCET Medical 2016 will have to re-apply for the common medical entrance examination of Telangana state with the official link available in this page through their registration number of TS EAMCET II 2016. However, the candidates need not to apply afresh for the re-examination nor have to pay any fees for the same.


Moreover, candidates who had applied for TS EAMCET II 2016 but did not appear for the entrance exam can also apply for the re-exam being held on September 11, 2016.


Candidates can download their hall tickets of TS EACMET III 2016 between September 3 and September 9, 2016.


Earlier, TS EAMCET Medical 2016 was conducted on May 15 for the current academic session which was not taken into consideration before the May 24th Supreme Court’s order came allowing states to conduct their own entrance test for this academic session. The exam was conducted on July 9 for the second time, which however got cancelled due to question paper leak of TS EACMET 2016. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad on behalf of TSCHE is now re-conducting the state level medical entrance exam on the scheduled date for three hours duration beginning at 10:00 am.


Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test, commonly known as TS EAMCET Medical is a state level entrance conducted by JNTU Hyderabad for admissions to approximate 2650 MBBS and BDS seats in Telangana. Out of the total seats, 850 seats are reserved in Government Medical Colleges and 1800 seats are reserved in private medical colleges of the state.


TS EAMCET 2016 Application LinkClick here to re-apply for Telangana State Common Medical Entrance Exam


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