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12,872 appear for Eamcet
Engineering and medical common entrance test (EAMCET) -2016 for admission into engineering and MBBS courses has passed off peacefully here on Sunday.
Warangal: Engineering and medical common entrance test (EAMCET) -2016 for admission into engineering and MBBS courses has passed off peacefully here on Sunday.
The test was conducted at 41 centres in the district headquarters where a total of 21,702 candidates have registered for the test in engineering and medical streams. In engineering stream a total of 12,872 appeared for the test, informed the EAMCET regional coordinator Prof T Srinivasulu.
A total 8,045 appeared for the test in medical stream.
The district administration has made elaborate arrangements for the test held in two sessions engineering from 10 am to 1 pm and medical stream from 2.30 to 5.30 pm. Prof Srinivasulu visited KU Arts College and PG College centres monitoring the conduct of exam.
District revenue officer K Shobha has also reviewed the arrangements made for the test on the day. Police made fool proof security arrangements and imposed prohibitory at test centres. The RTC operated special services for the convenience of the students from bus and railway stations and various points in the city.