TSCETS 2020: Dates for the joint entrance exam in Telangana announced, see here
Hyderabad, Telangana State Council for Higher Education (CZE) announced on Saturday the schedule of joint entrance tests for admission to various professional courses for the 2020-21 academic year.

Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy approved the schedule for the joint entrance tests of the TS (TSCETS-2020) in consultation with the chairman of the CZE, T. Papi Reddy.

A little more than four lakh students will take the seven joint entrance exams, which run from August 31 to October 4.

To ensure social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic investigations, authorities decided to run key tests such as EAMCET and PGECET over four days, each with two shifts per day.

Telangana State Engineering Common Entrance Test (ECET) for diplomas and for B Sc. Candidates for (math) courses will be held on August 31st. More than 28,000 students have registered for the exam, including nearly 1,300 in Andhra Pradesh.

TS EAMCET Engineering for admission to engineering courses is carried out on September 9, 10, 11 and 14 in two shifts per day. A total of 1,42,860 candidates have registered for the exam, including 25,512 candidates who will take the exams in Andhra Pradesh.

The Postgraduate Engineering Common Entrance Test (PGCET) is scheduled for 21,758 registered candidates from September 21 to 24.

More than 78,000 students have registered for the TS EAMCET Agriculture exams, which will take place on September 28-29. The tests are carried out daily in two shifts.

The Integrated Common Entrance Test (ICET) for admission to MBA and MCA courses will be conducted on September 30th and October 1st for 55,578 applicants.

The TSCHE has planned the Education Common Entrance Test (EDCET) for 43,680 candidates on October 1st and 3rd.

LAWCET is held on October 4th, for which 30,150 students have applied.


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