The Andhra Pradesh Research common entrance test (APRCET) will get conducted by Andhra University (Visakhapatnam) from 22 August to 24 August 2018. For the same, the applicants require to download APRCET Hall Ticket 2018.
The notification for the Ph.D. and M.Phil was released last month. The Entrance schedule has already been published by the Andhra University. The test is being conducted to fill the Vacant Seats in 14 Regular universities in Andhra Pradesh. The vacancy position of Ph.D. ( Full Time / Part Time) and M.Phil. (Full Time / Part Time) in various Universities of the State of Andhra Pradesh can be obtained by visiting the respective websites of the Universities.
Update: The exam scheduled on 22 August will be held on 27 and 28 August. The board had rescheduled the exam due to public holidays on 22 August. The exam on 23 and 24 will take place as on earlier schedule.
The AP-RCET 2018 Exam Hall Ticket can be downloaded 05 days prior to the exam. The candidates so need to visit the official website of the SCHE and Download the AP RCET Hall tickets.
As we already are aware that the SCHE board of Andhra Pradesh have adopted the Online system a few years ago. Hence, the board doesn’t send the Hall tickets by POST to the address of the candidates. The candidates appearing for the exam will need to visit the official website of the AP SCHE to download and take print of the RCET 2018 Hall Ticket.
The Hall tickets of the RCET exam will contain important information regarding the entrance examination. Few of the Important nodes are listed below.
- Candidates’ Information
- Exam Center details
- Exam schedule
- Candidates’ Unique roll number
Furthermore, the candidates should carry one valid Photo Identity Card along with the APRCET Hall ticket. Without ID card entry to the examination hall would be barred.
APRCET Exam Paper Pattern & Scheme
An Entrance test shall be conducted for 180 marks. The Entrance Test consists of two parts, i.e., Part-A and Part-B. Part-A shall be the Teaching and Research Aptitude for 90 marks, whereas Part-B shall be the subject-specific for 90 marks. There will be 1/6 negative mark for each wrong answer.
Below is the complete Schedule