"Sri Venkateswara University has opened the registration process for the 2021 AP ICET entrance examination. Click here to learn more."
Sri Venkateswara University has opened the registration process for the 2021 AP ICET (Andhra Pradesh Integrated Common Entrance Test). Thus, applications for the entrance exam are available online on the official website (sche.ap.gov.in). After the registration deadline, the AP ICET application correction facility will open. Sri Venkateswara University will conduct the AP ICET in a computer-based mode on 17 and 18 September 2021.
Candidates must pay an application fee to register for the exam. OC candidates must pay INR 650, BC students must pay INR 600, and SC/ST applicants must pay INR 550. Moreover, candidates should pay the fees online using a credit card, debit card, or net banking. Additionally, applicants can register for the assessment without paying late fees until 14 August 2021.
Sri Venkateswara University conducts the AP ICET exam on behalf of the APSCHE state board annually. The Andhra Pradesh Integrated Common Entrance Test facilitates admission to several management degree programmes in that state. Results from the entrance exam will be available on 30 September 2021.
Steps to Fill out the AP ICET 2021 Application Form
Applications for the AP ICET 2021 exam are now available. Hence, candidates can refer to the given steps to register for the entrance exam.
- Visit the APSCHE official website – sche.ap.gov.in
- Then, pay the registration fee for the 2021 AP ICET
- Fill out the application form for the exam by providing the required details.
- Then, verify and submit the application form.
- Finally, take a printout of the application for future reference.
Exam Eligibility Criteria
The university advises candidates to go through the eligibility criteria before applying for the exam. Candidates must have a degree from any discipline with a minimum of three years. Additionally, general category applicants must have scored at least 50 per cent aggregate marks in the course. However, reserved category candidate eligibility will feature a 5 per cent mark relaxation.