ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION INTO 09 GENERAL APR JUNIOR COLLEGES:
i) Candidates must be the residents and must have studied in Andhra Pradesh only.
ii) Pass in the qualifying examination in the first attempt in March/April, 2013 only.
iii) OC candidates must secure minimum of GPA 6 and BC.,SC.,ST. and Minority candidates must secure minimum of GPA 5 in SSC or its equivalent examination.
iv) The above eligibility criteria will be verified at the time of Counseling and admission.
Eligibility to Appear for RDC-CET 2013
Students who have appeared for Senior Intermediate Examination in March/April -2013 conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, A.P. or equivalent to Intermediate of A.P. are only eligible to appear for the test subject to the following conditions.
a) They should have passed the qualifying examination in one and first attempt and should have secured 50% of marks on aggregate and 40% of aggreg ate marks in English subject. The minimum is however relaxable to the extent of 5% in the case of SC/ST/BCs. The students appeared for the intermediate instant examination in 2013 are not eligible to appear for the RDC -CET - 2013.
b) Mere appearing the Entrance Test does not confer any right for admission. Applicants shall also fulfill other admission criteria stipulated by ANU & APREI society, Rayalaseema University and Govt. of AP as the case may be.
c) A student may seek admission into B.A. or B.Com., irrespective of the subjects studied in the qualifying examination provided he answers the prescribed papers in the entrance Test as indicated in the scheme and syllabus and stands on merit. However, students of MEC group in Intermediate should write the CET, with the General English, Maths, Economics & Commerce – I i.e., Elements of Commerce.
d) Those students who opt for the B.Sc. course must study the relevant subjects as shown against each course in the scheme and syllabus at intermediate level. However, MEC students are also eligible for B.Sc. (Maths, Statistics & Computer Science) provided he answers the prescribed papers in the entrance test as indicated in the scheme and syllabus and stands on merit i.e., General English, Maths, Economics and Commerce-I i.e. Elements of Commerce.