"The board has revised the minimum eligibility criteria pertaining to total marks for AP EAMCET 2022 Counselling and admissions this scholastic year onwards. Learn about the new marking framework here."
AP EAMCET 2022 Counselling: The Dept. of Higher Education has reworked the minimum qualifying score for the AP EAMCET intermediate exams. To turn it into a one-time measure from this academic year onwards. Therefore, students who score 45% marks (40% for reserved categories) in either physics, chemistry and mathematics, or all subjects in the intermediate first year and second-year exams will be eligible for admissions to engineering and pharma courses and AP EAMCET 2022 Counselling.
Consequently, all students must note that authorities have relaxed the minimum marks in the qualifying examination intermediate or equivalent. However, this is solely for admissions and AP EAMCET 2022 Counselling, into professional UG courses in engineering and pharma-D programs. Accordingly, implementation of the new framework for minimum marks is from 2022-23, through consensus of the government of higher education (EC) department.
Earlier, candidates required to have passed the intermediate exams with 45% marks (40% for reserved categories) in PCM and got AP EAPCET 2022 scores were eligible. Presently, due to the relaxation in criteria, the total marks of all subjects in intermediate exams will be the basis of the percentage. Since the HED has relaxed the criteria confirming that the full marks of all subjects in intermediate exams will be considered to calculate the percentage. Thus students scoring 45% (40% for RC) in PCM or the aggregate marks of all subjects in the intermediate or equivalent, or ranked in EAPCET 2022 will be eligible for EAMCET or EAPCET admissions and AP EAMCET 2022 Counselling.
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On the other hand, only second-year intermediate marks will be eligible for admissions and not first. Under those circumstances, candidates scoring lower than 45% (40% for RC) in PCM who have confirmed certificates through HLCs online, and candidates who have previously not made it due to scoring fewer marks can contact the nearest help centre to learn about their eligibility. They may also get their documents verified by them.
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