TS-EAMCET 2017: 1st Round Seat Allotment Published, Over 8,000 Engineering Seats Vacant

Published: | June 29, 2017
TS-EAMCET 2017: 1st Round Seat Allotment Published, Over 8,000 Engineering Seats Vacant
  • There are no vacant seats left in government engineering colleges. 8,245 seats remained vacant only in private technical institutes.
  • Surprisingly, only 151 students secured a seat in pharmacy course out of 2,958 available seats.

On June 28, 2017, TSCHE published the first round seat allotment for TS-EAMCET 2017 examination. The candidates can check the TS-EAMCET 2017 seat allotment status on the official website. As per the report of SCHE, a total number of 56,046 students secured seats in the first round. The candidates can check the first round seat allotment details here: -

Number of seats available in engineering course

64,300

Number of students who exercised web options

63,588

Number of students who secured seats

57.046

Number of seats vacant in engineering

8,245

Number of students who failed to exercise required number of options

7,347

Number of seats vacant in pharmacy course

2,807

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There are no vacant seats left in government engineering colleges. 8,245 seats remained vacant only in private technical institutes which will be filled in the second round of counselling. Only those candidates who exercised the web options successfully were granted seats. This year, seat allotments have been conducted for 197 engineering colleges across the state.

Surprisingly, only 151 students secured a seat in pharmacy course out of 2,958 available seats. Seat allotment was conducted for 112 pharmacy colleges across the state. Pharma-D course enrolled 44 admissions only after which 396 out of 440 seats remained vacant. These seats will be filled up in the second round of the counselling process.

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Out of 197 colleges, 91 colleges recorded 100% admissions. No college has recorded zero admission. However, there are four colleges in the state that have enrolled single digit admissions.

Course wise, Computer Science Engineering course recorded 96% enrolment.

The following courses recorded 100% admissions: -

The candidates must report to the allotted college from June 29 to July 7, 2017. The candidates are advised not to submit the original certificates and original fee payment challan until the end of final phase counselling.

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