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Andhra Pradesh postpones all Common Entrance Tests.

The Andhra Pradesh government, through the Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE), conducts EAMCET, ICET, PGCET, LawCET, EdCE

And other entrance examinations for admission into courses like engineering, medicine, agriculture, business administration, law and also various post-graduate degrees.

The AP government on Monday decided to postpone all the Common Entrance Examinations (CETs) for admission into various professional and higher education courses in the state, in view of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic situation.
After a review of the situation, Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy directed that the CETs be postponed and, accordingly, we have decided to hold them in the third week of September.

Fresh dates for these entrance examinations will be announced later,” Education Minister A Suresh told reporters.

He pointed out that similar entrance examinations at the national level too were deferred because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The state government, through the State Council of Higher Education, conducts EAMCET, ICET, PGCET, LawCET, EdCET and other entrance examinations for admission into courses like engineering, medicine, agriculture, business administration, law and also various post-graduate degrees.

These CETs are normally conducted in the month of May, but because of COVID-19 the schedule got disturbed this year.

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