TS EAMCET 2017: Telangana education council announces final seat allotment list on tseamcet.nic.in
Candidates can check the seat allotment list for TS EAMCET 2017 and download the seat allotment order from the official website of TSCHE: tseamcet.nic.in.
The Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) announced the final allotment result, along with the allotment order for Telangana State Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test (TS EAMCET) 2017 today.
Candidates can check the seat allotment list and download the seat allotment order from the official website of TSCHE: tseamcet.nic.in.
TSCHE is holding online counselling sessions for seat allotments to engineering, agriculture and medical allied courses on the basis of candidates' performance in the TS EAMCET 2017.
Here's how you can check your seat allotment for TS EAMCET 2017:
- Go to the official website of TSCHE: tseamcet.nic.in
- Click on 'Candidates Login'.
- Enter your login id, password, hall ticket number and date of birth.
- Click 'Sign-in'.
- Download the result and take a printout for future reference
- Alternatively, click on 'College-wise allotment details' on the home page.
- Enter the college name and subject branch to check your allotment.
TS EAMCET 2017 was conducted by JNTU Hyderabad on behalf of TSCHE on 12 May. The results of the same were declared on 22 May with the web counselling beginning in June, according to NDTV. Based on it, qualified candidates were asked to participate in the TS EAMCET counselling to secure their admissions in courses/colleges of their choice. As per India Today, a total 98,596 candidates were declared qualified in engineering stream.
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