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TS EAMCET Second Phase Counseling from Oct 15; Check College Predictor Here

EAMCET Counseling
EAMCET Counseling

The second phase of counseling for TS EAMCET will start from October 15, officials said. The Council of Higher Education will take a decision on this in a couple of days. All the remaining seats in the first phase will be allotted to the eligible on the basis of rank. The remaining seats will be filled through spot admissions.

Those who have secured seats through the convener's quota in the first phase and have done self-reporting can cancel the seat by October 13 if required. Canceled seats will also be taken into second phase counseling. If the seat is still not filled and the seat is canceled in the second phase, the vacant seats will be filled through spot admission.

Also Read: AP EAMCET 2021 College Predictor; Check Cut-off Ranks of Admitted Students

More than 31 thousand seats
A total of 78,270 seats are available under the convener quota in engineering, agriculture and medical courses. In the initial phase, 61,169 seats were allotted, leaving 14,847 seats. Colleges that could not complete the affiliation in the first counseling are also eligible this time.

So a total of 31,948 seats will be filled. It is learnt that seats in computer-affiliated courses are increasingly being filled. The ECE, which is considered to be the second major branch, has about 3,000 seats available. Nearly a thousand seats will have to be filled in each branch in IT courses as well as civil and mechanical seats.

EAMCET ‘B’ category admissions
The Admissions and Fees Control Board has set October 5 as the deadline for filling the engineering ‘B’ category seats. After that the details have to be given to the higher education council within 15 days. The council clarified that the filling should be according to rank and if not, a complaint should be lodged.

There are about 200 seats left annually in government engineering colleges. Spot admissions are carried out after two stages of counseling. After that, students are leaving their seats for national colleges like IIT and NIT.

Published date : 28 Sep 2021 04:17PM

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