AP EDCET Hall Ticket 2023: Candidates who submitted an application for the AP EDCET may now download the AP EDCET Hall Ticket 2023. On 2nd June 2023, admission cards will be made available for download by candidates whose applications have been approved by the concerned authority. On the third week of June 2023, the Common Entrance Test (CET) will be administered. Candidates must check in to the official webpage where a link to the cets.apsche.ap.gov.in EDCET Admit Card 2023 will be generated. Candidates can also follow our portal, which will offer all future information.
AP EDCET Hall Ticket 2023
The AP EDCET Hall Ticket 2023 not only contains the details of the exam day but also acts as the permission assigned by the concerned authority to appear in the exam. The details provided in the admit card must be correct as it is grabbed from the application form. If any of the details are provided incorrectly then those details should be corrected. Aspirants must bring their AP EDCET Admit Card 2023 and valid id card with them on exam day. They should avoid carrying items listed on the admit card.
|Article Category||Hall Ticket|
|Name of the Exam||Andhra Pradesh Education Common |
Entrance Test (APEDCET)
|Conducting Authority||Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati|
|Recommended Course||Bachelor in Education (B.Ed)|
|Hall Ticket Availability||Online|
|Mode of Examination||Online|
|Duration of Exam||Two|
|Selection Procedure||Written Exam|
APEDCET B.Ed Course Schedule 2023
|List of Events||Significant Dates|
|Hall Ticket Release Date||2nd June 2023 Released|
|Exam Date||14th June 2023|
|Timing||9:00 A.M to 11:00 A.M|
|Publication of Answer Key||–|
|End Date of Objection Filling||–|
Andhra Pradesh EdCET Admit Card Contents 2023
When the authorities release the admit card, there are many details provided in it which will be used by the candidates on the exam day and the proceedings of the admission. The Andhra Pradesh EdCET Admit Card Contents 2023 are listed in the points shown below which aspirants must check.
- Candidate’s name
- Date of Birth
- Gender of Aspirant
- Title of the Test
- When is the exam?
- Name and precise address of the venue
- Exam start and end times
- Reporting time
- Instructions for the exam
AP EDCET Hall Ticket 2023 Download Procedure
Candidates can access the official portal’s download page for the AP EDCET Hall Ticket 2023 on the specified day. The following points outline the steps for downloading the admission card.
- The Andhra Pradesh Education Common Entrance Test (APEDCET) website should be accessed first.
- The home page will have a button for the result link.
- Aspirants must put the cursor on the button and tap on it.
- In a flash, the cets.apsche.ap.gov.in EDCET Admit Card will be seen on the screen.
- Don’t forget to print the entrance card and maintain a copy of the downloaded version on your computer.
- Bring the hall pass and any other required documentation to the testing location.
cets.apsche.ap.gov.in EDCET Exam Scheme 2023
The table below lists the division of marks along with the questions and marks assigned for the cets.apsche.ap.gov.in/ EDCET Exam Scheme 2023. Here, 150 Objective Type Question Papers will be assigned to the aspirants. Candidates need to finish the question paper in two hours.
|Part||Total Questions||Total Marks|
AP EDCET Hall Ticket 2023: Important Links
|Download Here||AP EDCET Hall Ticket Link (Released)|
|Check for more details||AP EDCET Admission Brochure|
|Observe For Updates||Bihar News Home Page|
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What score must be achieved to pass the test?
For all candidates (apart from SC/ST), the minimum passing score in the entrance exam is 25% i.e 37 out of total marks.
Which languages are used in the test?
With the exception of English methodology, the test will be given in English and Telugu. However, applicants who choose to take the entrance exam in the Urdu language will be given an English/Urdu paper.
Which government id card needs to be carried in the exam centre?
Aspirants need to carry any of the Voter id cards, Aadhar card, PAN card, Driving license or college id.