AP EAMCET 2020 results to be announced today
- SCHE is likely to conduct a press conference to declare the result.
- According to Education Minister Suresh A, the result will be available on the official website at https://eamcet.tsche.ac.in
- Students who pass the exams will be eligible for counselling sessions.
AdvertisementAndhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education (SCHE) will declare the AP EAMCET 2020 results today. According to Education Minister Suresh A, the result will be available on the official website at https://eamcet.tsche.ac.in
SCHE is likely to conduct a press conference to declare the result. The result will be uploaded to the website as soon as the press conference ends. Students who wish to check their results can do so by using their roll number.
EAMCET 2020 is a common entrance test to get admission to various engineering, agricultural and pharmacy courses in Andhra Pradesh.
Here’s how to check your results:
- Go to EAMCET 2020’s official website at https://eamcet.tsche.ac.in
- Select the EAMCET 2020 result link.
- Enter your login details and click on submit.
- Your result will be displayed on the screen.
- You can download and print the result for future reference.
Students who pass the exams will be eligible for counselling sessions. The details of counselling sessions and the ranks of EAMCET 2020 will be revealed soon.
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