The Andhra Pradesh Suppose Council of Elevated Education (APSCHE) has prolonged the time restrict for submission of capabilities in conjunction with leisurely payment for THE candidates appearing for the Traditional Entrance Checks (CETs).
In line with representations made by college students requesting for more time to submit their capabilities in watch of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, the APSCHE and the examination convenor released unique dates on Sunday.
Candidates appearing for EAMCET will must pay a leisurely payment of ₹10,000 besides to the registration payment and submit their utility by September 15. The time restrict for submission of utility in conjunction with a leisurely payment of ₹2,000 for those taking PGECET is September 23.
A leisurely payment of ₹500 ought to be paid by candidates appeariing for EdCET and the utility ought to be submitted by September 25. Candidates writing LAWCET and PECET ought to submit their capabilities by September 25 in conjunction with a leisurely payment of ₹ 2,000 and ₹500 respectively.
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It is miles going to be indispensable here that as a result of the pandemic, the CETs needed to be postponed. As per the revised time table, these tests are being performed from September 10.
The EAMCET is scheduled from September 17 to 25, PGECET from September 28 to 30, EdCET and LAWCET on October 1 and PECET from October 2 to 5.
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