Steps 1) Registration The first step is to register for the entrance examination. Following are the details to be filled in the online form: The complete name of the candidate The candidates’ date of birth The candidate’s email id The mobile number of the candidate The candidate’s address of correspondence The course(s) opted by the […]
Highlights Candidates have to preserve the admit card for attending the exam as well as for admissions. Candidates can download their AUEET 2020 admit card from the official website. No candidate can appear for the exam if they fail to carry the AUEET admit card. Candidates have to collect admit cards in person from the […]
Highlights The AUEET 2019 results were declared on May 16, 2019. Results are published in the form of rank cards. Candidates can download the AUEET 2019 results using their application number, date of birth and security code. Results appear in the form of a scorecard, which can be downloaded by the candidate and a printout […]
The cut-off marks are the minimum scores to be scored in AUEET 2019 to qualify for admissions. The AUEET cut-offs are published online after the entrance exam. The candidate must score more than the declared cut-off marks to qualify the entrance exam. Highlights The cut-off is declared online after the AUEET examination. The aspirant must score […]
The Andhra University has divided the exam syllabus into three parts – Part A (Mathematics) Part B (Physics) Part C (Chemistry) Part A (Mathematics) Trigonometry Vector Algebra Measures of Dispersion and Probability Coordinate Geometry Calculus Part B (Physics) Units and Measurement Motion in a Plane Motion in a straight line Work, Energy & Power Laws […]
Highlights The medium of examination is English The duration of the examination is two hours and 30 minutes The type of questions are Multiple-choice questions (MCQ) There are three sections: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics The syllabus is according to 10+2 The total number of questions is 135 (45 per section) Marking Scheme One mark is […]
Events Dates (tentative) 2020 Starting of application forms Third week of March – Third week of April Last date of application forms availability Third week of April Admit card release Fourth week of April – First week of May AUEET 2020 exam Second week of May Result declaration Third week of May
The Andhra University has five constituent colleges and four AU campuses. AUEET is a university-level exam for entry into B.Tech, M.Tech and dual degree programmes offered by the AU. It is open for all students domiciled in Andhra Pradhesh and have either appeared for, or passed 10+2 or an equivalent exam with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as subjects.