AP EAMCET 2023 2nd Phase Seat Allotment Results Announced: Check Now!

AP EAMCET 2023 2nd Phase Seat Allotment

The Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) has released the results for the AP EAMCET 2023 2nd phase seat allotment. If you took part in the final phase counseling, you can now check your results on the official website:

This counseling was for qualified candidates of AP EAPCET-2023 who wanted to secure seats in MPC stream in university and private engineering colleges, as well as private universities under the Convenor quota for the academic year 2023-24.

Important Dates for AP EAMCET 2023 Final Phase Seat Allotment

Candidates had the chance to pick their favorite colleges and courses from September 14th to 17th. They could also make changes to their choices on September 17th.

The results for the final phase seat allotment of AP EAMCET 2023 will depend on the order in which candidates ranked their preferences, the availability of seats, and meeting eligibility requirements. Those who receive seat allocations must join their assigned colleges from September 22nd to 25th.

 How to Check AP EAMCET 2023 2nd Phase Result

 To see if you’ve been allotted a seat in the AP EAMCET 2023 2nd phase, follow these simple steps:

  1. Go to the official AP EAMCET website: 2023.
  2. Find and click on the “Final Phase Allotment Result” link in the AP EAPCET 2023 counselling section.
  3. Enter your EAPCET hall ticket number and your date of birth.
  4. The screen will show your EAMCET seat allotment status.
  5. If you’ve been allocated a seat, accept it and download the seat allotment order.
  6. Make sure to print out the allotment order and take it with you when you go to the college for reporting.
Video Credit : Deepak Kotapally

 Essential Documents for AP EAMCET 2023 Counselling

If you’re participating in the AP EAMCET 2023 counselling, make sure you have these documents ready:

  • Your AP EAMCET 2023 Rank Card
  • The Hall Ticket for AP EAMCET 2023
  • Your Marks Memo from your Intermediate or equivalent exam
  • Proof of your Date of Birth (SSC or its Equivalent Memo)
  • Your Transfer Certificate
  • A Study Certificate from 6th grade to Intermediate
  • If applicable, an EWS (Economically Weaker Sections) certificate
  • A Residence certificate for the past 7 years leading up to your qualifying examination
  • An Integrated Community Certificate, if it applies to you
  • Proof of your parents’ income.

What do you think?

Written by Nilanjan

Add a heading 8

Phase-2 of Chandrayaan-3: A Wake-up Call for Vikram Lander?


TS TET Answer Key 2023: Check Paper 1 & 2 Answer Key and More