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SSC Results Links, 2005 of A.P, India

SSC Results Links, 2005 of A.P, India: (10th class)
1. www.aponline.gov.in
www.cityonlines.com (Only in Vijayawada, Guntur, Ongole, Vizag, Eluru)

1. BSNL-22222244
(pre-fix 9540 for those outside hyderabad)
2. BSNL-1255225 (pre-fix 9540 for those outside hyderabad)
3. BSNL Mobile- 1255508
4. Reliance (R-World-Exam)- SMS 3926
5. Tata Indicom at 12655- SMS RES Hall Ticket No. to 6789

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Graduate Employability Test Details

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Graduate Employability Test: SITE

A.P EAMCET 2005 Schedule

The following is the schedule:

EAMCET-2005 -- April 29, 2005 (Friday), conducted by JNT University;

ECET (FDH)-2005 -- May 4, 2005 (Wednesday), JNT University;

ICET-2005 -- May 29, 2005 (Sunday), Kakatiya University;

LAWCET (3 years) - 2005 -- June 4, 2005, (Saturday), Andhra University;

LAWCET (5 years)-2005 -- June 4, 2005 (Saturday), Andhra University.

Important Dates

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Date of All India Common Entrance Exam :
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Medicine Stream (02.00 p.m to 5.00 pm)

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EAMCET panel makes sweeping recommendations

HYDERABAD, APRIL 11. Weightage of 50 per cent Intermediate marks, removal of cut-off marks, changes in the test pattern and creation of fool-proof Intermediate examination system constituted the core recommendations of the high-power Committee on EAMCET that submitted its report to the Government recently.

The Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education, Chairman, K.C. Reddy, disclosed the recommendations to the media on Monday and requested academics, parents and students to respond and give their suggestions.

He said the policy of the Government would be formulated based on the feedback on these recommendations. "The policy would be declared in the first week of June and it would come into effect from 2007," he said.