AP EAPCET 2022: Minimum qualifying marks in intermediate exams relaxed

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AP EAPCET 2022: The Department of Technical Education, Andhra Pradesh has relaxed the eligibility criteria for minimum marks in the qualifying examination i.e. Intermediate/equivalent for admissions into professional UG courses in Engineering and Pharma-D courses for the academic year 2022-23.

As per the official notice, the candidates who have obtained 45% marks (40% for reserved categories) in either PCM (physics, chemistry, mathematics) or in all subjects in the intermediate first year and second-year exams will be considered eligible for admissions to engineering, and pharma programmes.

In the existing rule, a candidate should have passed qualifying exam (10+2) conducted by Board of Intermediate Education, A.P. or its equivalent and obtained at least 45% marks (40 % in case of candidates belonging to reserved categories) in prescribed group subjects.

However, as per the modified rule, candidates who have “passed qualifying exam (10+2) conducted by

Board of Intermediate Education, A.P. or its equivalent and obtained at least 45% marks (40 % in case of candidates belonging to reserved categories) in prescribed group subjects/aggregate marks both in 1st and 2 nd year examinations of intermediate (or)2nd year intermediate examination alone and shall have secured a rank in EAPCET-2022 are eligible for admission into professional UG courses in Engineering and Pharma-D courses,” stated the official notification.

 





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