AP PGCET 2024 Admit Cards Available Soon

AP PGCET 2024 Admit Cards Available Soon

Last Updated Jun - 04 - 2024, 08:58 PM | Source : The Indian Express | Visitors : 15

APSCHE will release the AP PGCET 2024 admit cards on June 5. Candidates can download their hall tickets from cets.apsche.ap.gov.in using their login credentials
AP PGCET 2024 Admit Cards Available Soon

The Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) will release the admit cards for the Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) on June 5. Once released, students will be able to download their hall tickets from the official website — cets.apsche.ap.gov.in.

Candidates can download the hall ticket of AP PGCET using their login credentials.

How to download admit cards for the AP PGCET 2024 hall exam

Step 1 is to visit cets.apsche.ap.gov.in, the official website.

Step 2: Select the PGCET hyperlink.

Step 3: A new page will be displayed to you.

Step 4: Select the option labelled "download hall ticket."

Step 5: Enter your login information.

Step 6: Print out your downloaded admit card.

The candidates who qualify the examination will be required to move forward for the counselling session. Along with the AP PGCET result 2024, the rank cards for the candidates will also be available for download separately.

The exam is scheduled to be conducted from June 10 to 13. It will be conducted in three shifts — morning (9:30 am to 11 am), afternoon (1 pm to 2:30 pm), and evening (4:30 pm to 6 pm). The entrance tests for all the subjects (except M.P.Ed) will be in a computer-based Test (CBT) form, and will consist of 100 multiple choice objective type questions for 100 marks with 90 minutes duration.

As per the schedule, the preliminary keys will be released between June 12 to 15 (as per exam dates), and students will be given time till June 14 to 17 to raise objections (as per exam dates). The date for the declaration of results will be announced later by APSCHE.

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