Awareness programme on CBT-based Eamcet held in Mahbubnagar

Awareness programme on CBT-based Eamcet held in Mahbubnagar
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As the State government is going to conduct the Eamcet common entrance test for admission into Agriculture, Medicine, Pharmacy and Engineering courses using computer based test (CBT) for the first time, Professor Indira Rani, from JNTUH, who is appointed as EAMCET 2019 coordinator, conducted an awareness programme at JPNCE Engineering College in Mahbubnagar on Tuesday.

Mahbubnagar: As the State government is going to conduct the Eamcet common entrance test for admission into Agriculture, Medicine, Pharmacy and Engineering courses using computer based test (CBT) for the first time, Professor Indira Rani, from JNTUH, who is appointed as EAMCET 2019 coordinator, conducted an awareness programme at JPNCE Engineering College in Mahbubnagar on Tuesday.

The professor, while advising the parents and the students who are going to appear for the CBT-based EAMCET test said that this time the authorities will not allow the students into the examination centres even if they are one minute late. Therefore the students must come two hours in advance for the exam and to avoid last minute hassles and they should know their examination centres one day in advance and appear for the exams without any problems. "Every student must bring along with them identity cards, cast certificate copies attested by Gazetted officer. They should be seated in the examination hall one hour before and complete all the formalities before going for the CBT test," said Professor Indira Devi.

Later, she also clarified various doubts and questions raised by the students.

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