Over 91% of registered students participate in the Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) across Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
The Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET), a key determinant of student admission into professional courses, has successfully transpired across the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh (AP) with an impressive turnout rate. Of the 47,177 students registered for the test, a whopping 43,766 appeared, indicating a participation rate of over 91%.
A Day of High Turnout
The EAMCET for agriculture and pharmacy streams, held on Wednesday, was administered across 113 centres – 95 in Telangana and 18 in Andhra Pradesh. The exam occurred in two sessions, one from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and the other from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Exam Participation Data
The following table provides a succinct view of the participation data:
Further Exams and Future Directions
The EAMCET isn’t over just yet. The test for the engineering stream is slated for May 12, 13, and 14, while the EAMCET for the medical stream is set for Thursday.
R Limbadri, the Chairman of the Telangana Council of Higher Education, inspected several examination centres in Hyderabad to ensure the smooth conduction of the exams. In Andhra Pradesh, of the 10,401 enrolled students, 9,089 appeared, a figure resulting in an impressive turnout rate of 91.79%.
Words of Encouragement from the Chairman
The Chairman expressed his gratitude towards the students who successfully appeared in the test and conveyed his best wishes for their future endeavors. He emphasized the importance of professional education and its transformative potential in shaping the future of the nation.
Looking at the Bigger Picture
The high turnout rate signifies more than just student participation. It’s a testament to the drive and determination of the young aspirants willing to embark on professional paths in engineering, agriculture, and medicine. It also reflects the commitment of the state machinery to provide a conducive environment for conducting such large-scale examinations, ensuring that students can appear for the exams without any hitches.
In the words of Kofi Annan, “Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.” Thus, EAMCET is more than just a test; it’s a stepping stone toward an educated and empowered society.
As the remaining exams approach, students are urged to continue their revision, maintain their composure, and step into the examination hall with confidence. In this high-stakes examination, where every mark can make a significant difference, a balanced combination of hard work, strategic preparation, and a calm mindset can pave the way for success.
Finally, as we await the results of these exams, we do so with the hope that they will bring forth a new generation of professionals ready to contribute their skills and knowledge to the betterment of society.