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AP EAMCET 2024 Results Released! Check AP EAPCET Scores and Ranks


The Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has officially announced the results for the AP EAPCET 2024. This highly anticipated announcement brings relief to the thousands of students who appeared for the Engineering, Agriculture, and Medical (Pharmacy) Common Entrance Test (AP EAMCET/EAPCET). Here are the key details:

  • Result Declaration Time: The AP EAMCET 2024 results were declared at 4 pm on June 11, 2024.
  • Where to Check Results: Students can access their results and rank cards on the official AP EAPCET website:
  • Login Credentials: To view their results, candidates need to provide their exam registration number, hall ticket number, and date of birth.
  • Stream-wise Results: The APSCHE announced results for both streams simultaneously – Engineering and Agriculture & Pharmacy (AP) – making it convenient for students to access their scores.
  • Total Number of Candidates: A whopping 3,39,139 candidates appeared for the EAPCET exam this year. Of these, 2,58,373 took the Engineering stream, while 80,766 appeared for Agriculture and Pharmacy.

How to Download EAPCET Rank Cards:

  1. Visit the APSCHE website: Open your internet browser and type the URL
  2. Navigate to the EAPCET exam page: Click on the EAPCET tab on the home page.
  3. Find the result link: Look for the EAPCET 2024 rank card download link.
  4. Provide login details: Enter your registration number, hall ticket number, and date of birth to access your rank card.

Keep in mind:

  • The official website may experience high traffic during peak times. Be patient and try again if you encounter any issues.
  • You can also check your results on unofficial education portals, but for the most accurate information, rely on the official sources mentioned above.

We recommend candidates celebrate their achievements responsibly and stay tuned for further announcements regarding AP EAMCET 2024 counselling.

Congratulations to all successful candidates! Your hard work has paid off, and we wish you a bright future ahead. 🌟🎉.

Remember, education is a journey, and this result is just one milestone. Keep striving for excellence! 😊

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