AP EAMCET 2020: Toppers’ List Released, Check Here
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada has declared the results for AP EAMCET on October 10 on their official website. Following which the toppers’ list have been announced at a press meet by the authorities.
JNTU, Kakinada conducted AP EAMCET (Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test) from September 17 to 25. The exam was held in Computer-based mode.
Candidates can check the result using the hall ticket and registration number. As of now, rank cards are scheduled to be released on October 14 online.
The minimum marks for securing a rank is 25% marks. The officials noted that 84.78 percent of applicants qualified in engineering whereas 91.77 percent of candidates manage to qualify in the Agriculture category.
AP EAMCET 2020: Toppers’ List
The toppers list for Engineering and Agriculture fields is released separately. The rank holder of the Engineering section is Vavilapalli Sainath whereas Gutthi Chaitanya Sindhu tops the charts in Agriculture. The list of toppers is displayed below for both the exams.
Engineering Exam Toppers
Name of the topper
Gangula Bhuvan Dory
Chagari Kaushal Kumar Reddy
Kusumu Pusi Sri Raja Datta
Sai Teja Varanasi
Kottha Kota Krishna Sai
Agriculture Exam Toppers
Name of the Topper
Gutthi Chaitanya Sindhu
Darshi Vishnu sai
Sigigiri Havish Reddy
Jada Vankata Vinay
The number of students who appeared and the passed students are depicted below:
Number of candidates appeared
Number of boys qualified
Number of girls qualified
AP EAMCET 2020 Result: Steps to check the result
Candidates are required to follow these steps to check the result:
- Go to the official website of AP EAMCET sche.ap.gov.in
- Click on the results link.
- Fill the details including registration number, hall ticket number, and date of birth
- The result card will be displayed on the screen.
- Download it and print the same for further proofing.
About AP EAMCET 2020
AP EAMCET is an entrance exam held by JNTU Kakinada on behalf of APSCHE for admission to various colleges in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in the fields of Medical, Engineering, and Agriculture.
The test consists of objective questions and takes into account Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics (For Engineering) and Botany, Zoology, Physics & Chemistry (For Agriculture).