AUCET 2017 Eligibility Criteria | Age Limit for AUCET Exam

Eligibility Criteria for AUCET 2017 Exam

Applicants from other recognised Universities are considered for admission into PG Arts and Science courses only if they possess a three-year Bachelor Degree of 10+2+3 or 12+3 or 11+1+3 pattern, with the prescribed minimum percentage of marks, unless otherwise specified.

Applicants who acquired Bachelor Degree by Distance Education without 10+2+3 pattern are also eligible for admission into P.G. Courses, subject to submission of residence certificate.

Applicants must be Bachelor Degrees of BA/B.Sc/B.Com/B.A.Litt and the respective Universities should recognise B.L from Universities other than AP as equivalent thereto.

The requirement for admission into all Science and Engineering Courses offered by these universities is a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in Group Subjects (Part II) of the qualifying exam unless or otherwise specified. For SC & ST applicants, a minimum aggregate of 45% marks in-group subjects (Part II) is sufficient.

The requirement for Arts, Commerce and Law courses is generally a pass in the appropriate qualifying degree, except for M.Sc. Anthropology for which the requirement is a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in-group subjects (Part-II) in the qualifying exam and for SC& ST applicants, a minimum aggregate of 45% marks in the group subjects. The requirement for M.Ed. Course is a pass with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks (45% for SC & ST Applicants).

Applicants who have already passed their qualifying degree examination or who have appeared / are appearing for the final exam in 2017 only are eligible for AUCET 2017.

Age Limit for AUCET Exam 2017

There is no age restriction for AUCET (Self Financing). However maximum eligible age for obtaining a Fee Reimbursement in respect of SC/ST and BC IS 34 Years and in respect of EBC / Minorities/Disabled id 30 Years.

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