TSICET: Exam to be Conducted on September 30, October 01, 2020; Check Exam Day Guidelines

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Telangana State Integrated Common Entrance Test (TSICET) 2020 is scheduled to be conducted on September 30 and October 1. 

In order to appear for the exam with a calm and tension free mind, candidates are required to be aware of the various exam guidelines. 

Candidates can check in detail the TSICET exam guidelines below. The exam guidelines includes the Dos and Don'ts during the d-day.

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TSICET Examination 2020: Highlights

Examination name


Conducted by

Kakatiya University, Warangal on behalf of Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE)

Level of Exam

State Level

Purpose of the examination

Admission to MBA and MCA courses

Academic session


Date of Examination

September 30 and October 1

Maximum Number of Marks

200 (1 mark for every correct answer)


150 minutes (2 hr 30 minutes)

Total Number of Questions


Exam Pattern



  • Section A: Analytical Ability (75 questions)
  • Section B: Mathematical Ability (75 questions)
  • Section C: Communication Ability (50 questions)

Mode of Examination

Online (Computer Based)

TSICET 2020: Guidelines (Dos)

  • Sleep early at night and wake up early in the morning for studying and revision.
  • Reach the examination centre one hour before the exam schedule to avoid haste and chaos.
  • Carry all the necessary items and documents including TSICET 2020 admit card, photo identity card, mask, personal hand sanitizer (50 ml), transparent pend, and transparent water bottle to the exam centre.
  • Cross-check your seat against your roll number and hall number. 
  • Attempt all the questions but in an organized way. In other words, attempt the easy and simple questions then proceed with the tricky and doubtful questions. 
  • Manage your time well. Attempt your strong subjects first quickly then proceed with difficult sections with ample of time.
  • Note down all the formulae in the very initial phase so that there are fewer chances of forgetting the formulae.

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TSICET 2020: Guidelines (Don’ts)

  • Do not carry electronic gadgets along with you. 
  • The examination centres approve only the original admit card. Do not carry the duplicate (photocopy) of the admit card; you will not be allowed to give the exam.
  • Do not sign the TSICET admit card before being asked to sign.
  • Avoid carrying eatables inside the examination hall.
  • Do not start the test or view the sections until and unless the invigilator asks to start the test.
  • Do not leave the examination hall until the announcement.
  • Do not focus on a specific question for too long. Skip the question and try the next question.
  • Do not keep the rough sheet after the submission of the paper. Submit it along with the answer sheet.
  • Do not wear accessories such as a wristwatch, belt, cap, ornaments, etc. on the exam day.

TSICET 2020: COVID-19 Guidelines

  • Aspirants are supposed to wear the masks for the whole examination duration.
  • To maintain social distancing throughout the exam from entry to exit, candidates will be assigned time slots to avoid overcrowding. Entry to the centres will also be permitted to a specified area and candidates will be required to stand in a roped queue.
  •  Infrared thermometers will be used to check the temperature of the candidates. 
  • Proper handwashing facilities will be provided for the maintenance of a hygienic environment.
  • Test Lab IDs will be provided only after verification of the admit card.

TSICET is an entrance test which is conducted for admissions to M.B.A. and M.C.A. courses in top Telangana colleges. 

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