TS EAMCET result date 2018: Telangana EAMCET result expected today, May 18th, on eamcet.tsche.ac.in

Telangana EAMCET 2018 results expected to be declared today, May 18th, as per reports. However, there is no official confirmation on the TS EAMCET result date.

The Telangana EAMCET results are expected to be released today, May 18, according to a report by News18. The Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (TS EAMCET) 2018 results are expected to be released on the official website of the Telangana State Council for Higher Education (TSCHE), eamcet.tsche.ac.in.

However, the reports seem to be unconfirmed, and no official confirmation has been received about the TS EAMCET results date. It seems as though the news about the TS EAMCET 2018 result being released today is just speculation.

The TS EAMCET 2018 was conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JTNU) Hyderabad on behalf of the TSCHE; the Agriculture and Medical (AM) exams were held on May 2nd and 3rd, while the Engineering (E) exam was held on may 4th, 5th and 7th this year. Hall tickets or admit cards for the exam were released on April 20th and were available for download up until May 1st.

As a bit of background to the entrance exam, the TSCHE released the notification for the TS EAMCET 2018 exam on March 4th of this year, and the last date to apply online was March 29th. However, registrations were still permitted up to April 24th with a late fee of Rs. 5,000 and up to April 28th with a late fee of Rs. 10,000. The registration fee was to be paid at AP online centres and could be done through credit and debit cards or via net banking.

How to check TS EAMCET result 2018

  1. When the EAMCET results is declared, log on to the official TSCHE website.
  2. Search for and click on the link for the TS EAMCET results.
  3. Enter the information requested, such as hall ticket number, and click on submit.
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