Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Combined Ag.Bsc and B.V.Sc Admission Notification 2012-13

Acharya N G Ranga Agricultural University

Ref. No. 9483/Exams.I/2012 (1)                               Dated : 29-06-2012
Download Category A Application Under Bipc Stream (EAMCET)

(Course for B.Sc (Ag), B.Tech (Food Tech), B.Sc(CABM) in ANGRAU, B.V.Sc & A.H, B.F.Sc in SVVU and B.Sc. (Hons.) Horticulture in Dr. YSRHU )

Download Category B Application Without EAMCET

(Course for B.Sc. (Hons) Home Science,B.Sc. (Hons) Fashion Technology and B.Sc. (Hons) Food Science & Nutrition (ANGRAU) Applications for combined admissions into the following degree courses of Acharya N.G.Ranga Agricultural University, Hyderabad, Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati and Dr.YSR Horticultural University, Venkataramannagudem, West Godavari District are invited.

Category U.G. Courses
A. EAMCET – 2012
under Bi.P.C. stream
(Common application)
a) B.Sc.(Agriculture) (Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University)
b) B.Tech. (Food Technology) (Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University)
c) B.Sc. (Commercial Agri. & Business Management) (Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University)
d) B.V.Sc. & A.H. (Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University)
e) B.F.Sc. (Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University)
f) B.Sc. (Hons.) Horticulture (Dr. YSR Horticultural University)
B. Without EAMCET
a) B.Sc. (Hons) Home Science (Exclusively for girls) (Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University)
b) B.Sc. (Hons) Fashion Technology (Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University)
c) B.Sc. (Hons) Food Science & Nutrition (Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University)

How to apply:

A common application form for the courses under Bi.P.C. stream (EAMCET) and separate application form for all the courses mentioned under Category ‘B’ are placed in the website. Candidates have to download the application forms accordingly from the website, The duly filled in application along with enclosures and Demand Draft should reach REGISTRAR on or before 24-7-2012 at 5.00 PM. Candidates must read carefully the Information Brochure before applying.


Please contact below these numbers for more details about U.G Admissions

Contact Persons:

1. G. Shravan Kumar, Addl C.O.E , 8790814469
2. C. Shyamraj Naik, Addl. C.O.E. 8790828469
3. A. Sivasanker, Professor, 8008104874
4. P. Sujatha, Assistant Professor, 9491128885
5. M.R. Vijaya Saradhi, Senior Assistant, 9441262424
6. M. Murali, Senior Assistant, 8374847725
7. C. Krishna Reddy, Superintendent, 9573300510
8. Dr. V. Radha Krishna Murthy, Professor, 9948140687
9. Prasuna, Scientist, 8801002628


 Dr. NTR UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES Released the Admission Notification for MBBS/BDS Courses. The Rank holders of EAMCET-2011 are directed to attend the counseling for admission into MBBS / BDS Courses for the academic year 2011-12 at the following centers as per the schedule given below. The candidates need not to submit any application form for admission into MBBS / BDS Courses.
Eligibility for admission into MBBS/BDS courses:
1 The candidate should be an Indian National or Person of Indian Origin (PIO) / Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) Card Holders and should satisfy the Local or Non-local status in Andhra Pradesh (Residence requirement) as laid down in Andhra Pradesh Education Institutions (Regulations of Admissions) Order, 1974 and the selection will be done as per the procedure laid down in the G.O.P.No.646, dated 10.07.1979 as amended in G.O.Ms.No.42, Higher Education (EC2) Department, dated 18.05.2009.
2. The candidate should have passed Intermediate (10+2 pattern) or its equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany, Zoology) / Biotechnology and English.
  •   OC candidates should obtain not less than 50% marks in science subjects.
  •   BC/SC/ST candidates should obtain not less than 40% marks in science subjects.
  • OC PH candidates should obtain not less than 45% marks in science subjects.
3 The candidate should have qualified in EAMCET-2011
  • OC candidates should secure not less than 50% marks (80 marks)  in EAMCET -2011
  • BC/SC/ST candidates should secure not less than 40% marks (64 marks)  in EAMCET -2011
  • OC PH candidates should secure not less than 45% marks (72 marks)  in EAMCET -2011
4 The candidate should have completed 17 years of age as on 31-12-2011. The candidates who do not complete 17 years as on 31-12-2011 need not attend the counseling.  The candidates born on or after         02-01-1995 are not eligible to attend the Counseling for admission into MBBS/BDS Courses.
5 The candidates who wish to claim seats under Anglo Indian, Sports & Games, CAP (Army), NCC & Physically challenged (PH) also need to fulfill the above eligibility criteria

One year Compulsory Rural Service: As per G.O.Ms. No. 165, HM & FW (E1) Dept., dated 20.07.2010, the Medical / Dental graduates passing out of the Govt. Medical and Dental colleges as well as Private Medical and Dental (Minority and Non-minority) colleges in the State shall serve one year Compulsory Rural Medical / Dental service.
MBBS/BDS Counselling Centers:
Hyderabad JNTUH, Kukatpally, Hyderabad.
Visakhapatnam Opp. School of Distance Education, Andhra University Campus.
Vijayawada Administrative Building. Dr NTR University of Health Sciences.
Tirupathi Old MBA building, S.V University.
The eligible candidates are advised to attend for counseling at any one of the counseling centers of their choice.
AP MBBS/BDS 2011 Admission Counselling Schedule:

Date Category Time EAMCET 2011 Rank
From To
Phase I(Open Competition seats in Government Colleges and in Private Colleges)
19-07-2011 All Categories Candidates 9:00 AM 1 400
1:30 PM 401 900
20-07-2011 All Categories Candidates 9:00 AM 901 1600
1:30 PM 1601 2400
21-07-2011 All Categories Candidates 9:00 AM 2401 4500
1:30 PM 4501 6000
Phase II & III (Re-allotment of college to the reserved category candidates i.e., BCs, SCs and STs selected under OC as per G.O.Ms.No. 550 and seats reserved for BCs, SCs, and STs)
22-07-2011 BC-A, BC-B, BC-C, BC-D, BC-E,SC & ST Candidates 9:00 AM 1 1200
1:30 PM 1201 2600
23-07-2011 BC-A, BC-B, BC-C, BC-D, BC-E,SC & ST Candidates 9:00 AM 2601 4000
1:30 PM 4001 5500
24-07-2011 BC-A, BC-B, BC-C, BC-D, BC-E,SC & ST Candidates 9:00 AM 5501 6500
1:30 PM 6501 7500
25-07-2011 SC & ST (AU & SVU candidates only) 9:00 AM 7501 10000
BC-E  ( AU candidates only) 9:00 AM 7501 10000
ST  (SVU candidates only ) 2:30 PM 10001 12000
ST of AU candidates only                            BC-E of AU candidates only 2:30 PM 10001 16000

AP EAMCET 2011 MBBS/BDS Counselling Fee Details:
Seat Type
MBBS Course
BDS Course
University FeeOne Time Tuition FeePer annum University FeeOne time Tuition FeePer Annum
Govt. College Rs.   6000/- Rs.   10000/- Rs.   5000/- Rs.    9000/-
Private  College ‘A’ Rs.   9500/- Rs.   60000/- Rs.   8500/- Rs.  45000/-
Private College  ‘B’ Rs. 14500/- Rs. 240000/- Rs. 11000/- Rs.130000/-
Army Dental College G.O.Ms. No.163, HM & FW., dt 20.07.2010
Rs. 11000/- Rs.135000/-

1. The selected candidates shall pay the fee at the counseling center on the day of counseling in the form of Demand Drafts drawn (not earlier than the date of this notification) in any nationalized Bank in favour of “Registrar,          Dr NTR University of Health Sciences “payable at Vijayawada”.
2. If the candidate fails to pay the fee after choosing the seat, the seat will be cancelled automatically without any notice. The candidates will not be given any extension of time to pay the fee.
3. The University Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
Counseling Fee (non- refundable): All the candidates who attend the counseling have to pay an amount of Rs.500/- for OC /BC and Rs.300/- for SC/ST candidates as counseling fee at the reception counter of the counseling center irrespective of their selection /admission. The counseling fee receipt can be produced in subsequent counselings for entry into the counseling center.
NOTE: -Certificates verification and counseling dates for special category seats i.e., Anglo Indian, Sports  & Games, CAP (Army), NCC, Physically Challenged (PH) categories will be notified shortly.
General Instruction for Counselling:-
Certificates to be produced at the time of counseling: The candidates are directed to bring all the original certificates (mentioned below) and two sets of attested Xerox copies.
(1). Hall Ticket of EAMCET -2011. (2) Rank card of EAMCET -2011 (3). S.S.C or equivalent examination showing the Date of Birth.(4) Memorandum of marks of qualifying examination in Intermediate or Equivalent Examination. (5) Transfer certificate. (6) Study certificates from 6th Class to Intermediate. (7)Candidates who have studied in the institutions outside of Andhra Pradesh have to submit 10 years (years of period to be specified) residence certificate of the candidate or either of the parent issued by MRO / Tahsildar. (8) Candidates claming eligibility of reservation under Special categories should furnish the required certificate in support of their claim.  (9) Caste Certificate (Integrated Community Certificate) claiming reservation under BC/SC/ST Categories issued by an Officer prescribed. (a) Scholarship certificate (b) Income Certificate of Parent issued by M.R.O / Tahsildar on or after 01.01.2011 (c) Service records & SSC/ SSLC certificate of parent/ relative if parent is not in-service. (10) The candidates claiming fee exemption shall produce the Service certificate issued by the competent authority, Income certificate of the Parent. (11) Any other relevant certificates.
(1)The details of seats available in various colleges (both Govt. and Private) will be displayed at all the counseling centers and on the University Website. (2) The SC / ST candidates selected into the seats in Govt. colleges, ‘A’ category and ‘B’ category seats in private unaided non-minority colleges are eligible for fee exemption whose parental income is less than Rs.1,00,000/- (Rupees one lakh only) per annum.  The BC / OC  PH candidates selected into the seats in Govt. colleges and  ‘A’ category seats in private unaided non-minority colleges are eligible for fee exemption whose parental income is less than Rs.1,00,000/- (Rupees one lakh only) per annum.  (3)The candidates who are not present physically in person will be treated as absent in all aspects.(4) For filling up of  85% Local and 15% Un Reserved seats  the procedure prescribed in G.O.(P) No. 646, Education (W) Dept., dated 10-07-1979 as amended in G.O.Ms.No. 42, Higher Education (EC.2) Dept., dated 18.05.2009 will be followed.(5)  Only one Parent or Guardian is allowed along with candidate for the counseling.
The candidates are advised to read the regulations for admission into MBBS / BDS courses for the academic year 2011-12 which is available on the WEBSITE of University:

Information of Student Loans at Different Banks for medical and engineering education

Information of Student Loans at Different Banks

Since the rules, regulations, eligibility conditions, repayments and interests rates etc are revised by the banks from time to time. students and parents are advised to check thoroughly the terms and conditions of educational loan scheme of respective bank on offer at the time of application.

Allahabad Bank

Andhra Bank

Axis Bank

Bank of Baroda

Bank of India

Bank of Maharashtra

Bank of Rajasthan

Bharat Overseas Bank

Catholic Syrian Bank

Central Bank of India

Dena Bank


DCB Bank

Federal Bank




Indian Bank

Indian Overseas Bank


UCO Bank

Vijaya Bank

Ingvysya Bank

Karnataka Bank


State Bank of Mysore

Syndicate Bank

Oriental Bank

Punjab National Bank


EAMCET Counselling Procedure/Stages

EAMCET Counselling Stage 1: Registration for verification of candidates certificates.

1. Help line centre authorities will notify the registration details.
2. Rank card should be handed before you enter.
3. Have patience till your turn comes.
4. Collect receipt after paying registration and counseling fee upon the calling of your rank number.
5. Computer operator provides you the registration cum verification form at the counter.
6. Fill in the registration form with your details like rank, hall ticket no. etc and sign on it.
7. Your are almost done in the process of registration. Wait in the registration hall till you are called.
8. Certificates should be got verified at the verification counter as soon as your turn is called by the registration officer at the counter.

EAMCET Counselling Stage 2: Certificates Verification:

1. Check if the details like name, local area, category, date of birth are correct in the registration cum verification form.
2. Get it corrected by the verification officer in case of any mistake.
3. SC/ST/BC Candidates need to report to the caste verification officer and produce the original caste certificate for verification. After this process completes, make sure you are there at the certificate verification officer for affirmation of other certificates like rank card, marks memo, hall ticket, study and income certificates.
4. OC candidates can skip the above caste verification process and can approach the Certificate verification officer directly.
5. Your original certificates are scrutinized by the officers.
6. Any differences you come across in the print out of receipt of certificate given should be reported and get corrected by the chief verification officer. Also you should sign on it.
7. As soon as you enter the briefing hall you are given instructions for exercising the options.

EAMCET Counselling Stage 3: Exercising Options

1. This process includes the selection of courses and colleges and arranging them in the order of preference.
2. You have to get and keep with you the list of colleges and courses with their corresponding codes and manual and specimen option forms.
3. You are instructed by the officer in the briefing room about the process of exercising options and form filling.

EAMCET Counselling Stage 4: Home works for the exercising options.

1. You can discuss with your parents and friends as to the selection of colleges and courses you are interested in.
2. Option number, college and course codes that you are interested in should be mentioned in the manual option form. Exemplifying, one should write 1 under option number, JNTH under college code and CSE under course code if JNTU, Hyderabad College is opted. Write 2 under option number, JNTH under college and MECH under course code and HYD under district code if mechanical engineering is opted and given second preference. That means, you are allotted the MEC course if the CSE course seat is not available. One can write any number of options like this.
3. You should prompt computer operator to save the options regularly that you have entered or asked computer operator to enter on the screen.
4. Process of entering the options on the screen:
5. Certificate verification should be done in order to start this step.
6. Type in the URL www. or the one specified in the notification.
7. Options can be exercised only after the registration which is done by clicking on the Candidate Registration option. And further options are seen in the Login page by clicking on Candidate Login. All these details are present in the home page of the URL mentioned.
8. For using the Login option, Candidate has to fill up the Candidate registration form and thereby can exercise the options.
9. You will be provided with a password during the registration process with which you can exercise the further options.

10. Password is generated as soon as you enter your details like EAMCET H.T. No., Rank, Application No., Date of Birth and click on the appropriate button.

11. Registration process completes when you click the save button after selecting a password of six characters that at least contains one alphabet.

EAMCET Counselling Stage 5: Options

1. Options can be exercised once you log in with your password.
2. You should Sign in by giving the details of ICR No, Hall ticket no., date of birth and password.
3. Go through the instructions keenly. Check box should be selected after you go through the declaration. Explanation on various menu items can be had with a click on Help Screen.
4. After you digest the various options provided there, you can move to the page containing different check boxes for various districts by clicking on the link with the text Click here to Enter Options. This can be navigated even with a click on the link with the text Option Entry form.
5. If you want to see all the colleges across the state click on check all option or otherwise check the box with the district name, of which you wish to see the colleges.
6. Further options can be known by clicking on the Display Option Entry Form.
7. Three and half your courses are distinct with grey color from the creamy yellow colored three year Engineering and Non- engineering courses.
8. Option numbers should be entered by checking the pre filled Specimen option form.
9. Home work for entering such options should be done to avoid confusion and mistakes.

10. Save the options periodically. Three buttons with the options, Save and Logout, Confirm Logout and Cancel Logout are seen when select the Logout option.

11.Click on Confirm logout button displays the details of the selected options, click on Save and Logout button saves the exercised options while Cancel Logout displays the option entry form as it is.

12. Candidates can alter their options after verification by clicking on the button Login for Option Entry.

13. You will not have the chance of altering the options selected on the last day as the options will be locked in the server that day. You can change it as you like before the last date. But after the last day, you can only alter the options on the date scheduled for modification of options by consulting any of the help line centers. After that no one has the chance of changing the options since they are taken for the seat allotment. The entire thing you can do is to take a print out of the options that you have employed.

EAMCET Counselling Stage: 6: Seat allotment:

Merit and Category will be given preference in the seat allotment on the specified date. Once the seats are allotted, it will be displayed in the internet for the students to download. You cannot ask for a change since it is a final allotment.

EAMCET Counselling Stage: 7: Fee payment:

Help line centers and the websites will provide you the challans. Any branch Andhra Bank or Indian Bank will accept the fee remittance with the allotment order that is downloaded. Minority/PH/BC/ST/SC candidates whose parental income falls below one lakh rupees per annum are relieved from tuition fee and special fee.

EAMCET Counselling Stage: 8: College Reporting:

You should report to the specified college in the allotment within the given date along with the downloaded allotment order fee which in case on failure, will cost you the loss of claiming the allotment.

EAMCET Counseling Procedure

Counseling is the difficult time for the students mainly of engineering stream where they will be in stress in selecting the course and college that is crucial for the rest of their life.

With the cooperation of authorities, this process has been made a comfortable for the students to choose their college and courses without any obstacle.

Kadapa is added to the list of Hyderabad, Vishakhapatnam, Guntur, Tirupati and Warangal as a counseling center. Students of Rayalseema are benefited by this act with which they are saving the time and travelling expenses. All the six centers carry out counseling at one time.

Details of the ranks called on each day of the counseling and the certificates to be brought to the centers are mentioned in the major newspapers by the Department of Technical Education (DTE).

Process of Counseling

Following are the certificates to be brought by the students as specified: income certificate, caste certificate issued by MRO or DRO (if applicable), study certificates from 6th class to Intermediate, memoranda of marks of Intermediate and SSC. Non-local candidates should bring a document which certifies the residence in the State for the last 10 years.

Candidates should register name, rank category, hall ticket number and time of reporting and should sign on the form at the registration counter before which they are made to wait in the waiting hall.

Checking of all original certificates will be done at the verification counter. Candidates are allowed to the main counseling centre only after the certificates are verified once again. Certificates are pinned when the documents are intact. Much or less the same process is conducted in all the centers across the state.

All the colleges having different courses are listed out for the student to choose as soon as the counseling officer enters the rank and hall ticket number into the computer. Details about the college, hostel facility and the faculty are provided by the Counseling officers.

A form is filled containing five options of the course and colleges selected by the student. Total information is shown on the system based on the preference listed in the form. Only one of the parents is allowed to the allotment counter along with the student. Final decision should be made by the student in consultation with the parent present there.

The counseling officer enters the option into the computer as soon as the candidate selects the options, which will be sent to the main server. Main server is connected to all the counseling centers across the state and receives the options of the students from all regions. Marks sequence is followed in allotting the seat to the students. All the details can be checked by the students like course chosen and the college allotted.

One- stop experience

After the clearance at the allotment counter, students need to go to the bank counters of various banks within the premises for the payment of the prescribed fee. Provisional allotment letter and fee receipt are given to the students. More than 150 students got their seat allotment done within one hour across the state in earlier years.

Detailed information

Students have the option of watching the process of seat allotment and the seats left in various courses and colleges even without entering the counseling counter. Seats allotment and regular updates are displayed on the big screen present outside the counseling counter. This arrangement has been made for students in the waiting hall and other places in order to know the seats remaining in a stream and the availability of the seats.

Students need not get worried that lower rank students getting admission before higher rank ones. The server software is intelligent that it allots the seats in the order of rank sequence only. If a 100th ranker enters the counseling counter, he will be given a seat only after the 99th ranker gets his seat irrespective of the region and counseling center.

Details like candidates name, hall-ticket number, course selected, category they belong and college preferred are displayed on the big screen arranged. It shows all the details of the students across all the regions of the state. So there is no chance of any malpractice anywhere.

In the first phase, the general category seats are completed thereby providing chance for every student to compete. Second phase is conducted for the special category candidates like NCC, sports, CAP and others. This will be followed by the counseling for general category again. Major newspapers contain all the information regarding this.

Local and non-local

Non local candidates will have no reservations. They can only compete for the 15% seats altogether. No university has more than 15% non local students, though they get better ranks. All the three regions Osmania, Andhra and Sri Venkateswara universities are following this rule.