AP ECET 2017 Exam Pattern – AP ECET Exam is organized by JNTUA, Ananthapuramu on behalf of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) for Diploma Holders of Engineering Pharmacy/Technology and B.Sc Graduates (with Maths) for admission through lateral entry at 2nd year level into B.Tech/BE/B.Pharmacy Programs offered in Universities and PCI/AICTE accepted Institutions in A.P. for 2017-2018 sessions.
Exam Pattern for AP ECET 2017
The exam would be of 200 marks with 200 objective type questions and the distribution of marks would be as per the examination pattern mentioned below:
Engineering Steam: Mathematics – 50 Marks (Common to all branches); Physics – 25 Marks (Common to all branches); Chemistry 25 Marks (Common to all branches); Engg (Civil /Electrical / Mechanical / Electronics & Communication/Computer/Chemical/Mettalurgical/Mining/Electronics & Instrumentation / Ceramic Technology / Bio-Technology as the case may be) – 100 (Separate question paper for each branch of Engg); Total: 200 Marks.
Pharmacy Stream: Pharmaceutics – 50 Marks; Pharmaceutical Chemistry – 50 Marks; Pharmacognosy – 50 Marks; Pharmacology – 50 Marks; Total – 200 Marks.
B.Sc (Mathematics) Stream: Mathematics – 100 Marks; Analytical Ability – 50 Marks; Communicative English – 50 Marks; Total – 200 Marks.
The entrance test is of 3 hours duration and question paper compromises of a total of 200 questions as per the scheme of entrance. All questions are objective type(multiple choice only). Each question carries one mark.
The test timings are 10:00am to 1:00pm.
Qualifying Marks in AP ECET 2017
The minimum percentage for gaining a rank in AP ECET 2017 is 25 percent of the total marks in the four subjects (3subjects for B.Sc Maths)i.e, 50 marks out of a total of 200; however in the case of SC/ST candidates there would be no minimum qualifying marks for ranking the candidates.
The rank gained with the benefit of relaxation of the minimum qualifying marks at the AP ECET 2017 [FDH & B.Sc (Mathematics)] by any candidate claiming to belong to ST/SC category would be cancelled in case the claim is found to be invalid at the time of admission.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text]