AP POLYCET Result 2017 is now available at polycetap.nic.in
The Andhra Pradesh State Board of Technical Education and Training (SBTET AP) conducts several exams. The Board conducts those exams every year. The Board conducted the AP POLYCET exams on 27th April 2017 this year. The students who appeared for the examination were eagerly waiting for the results. There are many rumors and speculations regarding the date of results. The AP POLYCET Result 2017 have been declared on 6th May 2017. The results were declared by the Human Resource Minister of Andhra Pradesh Ganta Srinivas Rao on 6th May 2017 at Visakhapatnam. The students who appeared for the examinations this year are requesting to visit the official website to check their results.
Instructions to check AP POLYCET Results 2017:
Following are the instructions to check AP POLYCET Results 2017
- The students who have appeared for the AP POLYCET examinations can visit the official website of the board that is www.polycetap.nic.in
- Navigate to search for “AP Polycet 2017 Results”.
- Then the students will be asked to enter their credentials that is Name or Hall Ticket Number
- Click on “OK” or “Submit”.
- The results will be shown on the screen.
- The students can take the printout of the results for future use.
About POLYCET Board:
The Polytechnic Common Entrance Test (POLYCET) which is undertaken by Andhra Pradesh Board conducts the test which are held for confirmation of different degree courses that is Technology, Non Engineering, Engineering, etc. which is offered by the organizations both Private and Government and Aided and Non-Aided Institution. The State Board of Technical Education and Training conducts the POLYCET Exams for lakhs of students every year.
Andhra Pradesh is one of the 29 states of India. It lies on the south eastern coast of India and spread across 160,205 km2 of land area ranking 8th in India in terms of Land area. Andhra Pradesh ranks 10th in terms of Population with 50 million inhabitants. The capital of the state is Hyderabad and the state is divided into 2 regions with 13 districts. The literacy rate of Andhra Pradesh is 67.41%. The official language of Andhra Pradesh is Telugu.
AP POLYCET Qualifying Marks 2017
As per the pattern direct by the board, the AP POLYCET Exams requires a minimum of 30% of marks that is 36 marks out of 120 marks. The candidates who belong to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe will not be allocated ranks.