AP EAMCET 2024 Exam Day Guidelines; Check dress code, do’s and don’ts

AP EAMCET Exam 2024 – APSCHE will start the AP EAPCET exam for engineering stream from tomorrow; May 18, 2024. Students must check important exam day instructions before appearing for the exam.

AP EAMCET Exam Day Guidelines
AP EAMCET Exam Day Guidelines

AP EAMCET 2024 – The Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) will begin the AP EAPCET exam 2024 for Engineering students tomorrow, May 18, 2024. The exam will continue till May 23, 2024. Students who have registered for the AP EAMCET exam 2024 must download their hall tickets from the official website; It must be noted that only students carrying the printout of their admit cards will be allowed to take the exam. 

AP EAMCET Exam Day Guidelines

The official body lists out the exam day guidelines for every student who has registered for the exam. These guidelines are mandatory to follow by each candidate. Students may asked to leave the examination hall in case he/she found to be disrupting the centre environment by not following the exam day guidelines. The following are the instructions that need to be followed by every participant:

  • Carry the print copy of your admit card. Soft copies are not allowed
  • Make sure students carry their passport-size photographs along with the admit card.
  • Also, valid ID proofs such as an Aadhar Card/Driving License/Voter ID card are necessary. These documents must be present with the candidate during the exam.

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AP EAMCET Exam 2024 – Do’s and Don’ts

Along with the exam day instructions, there are certain do’s and don’ts that aspirants must follow during the exam:

  • Aspirants are expected to not bring any item which is not allowed inside the examination hall
  • Carrying electronic devices like calculators, smart watches, and others items are disallowed.
  • Communication devices like mobile phones and earphones are strictly prohibited.
  • For the dress code, candidates must wear simple clothes – avoid wearing accessories like jewellery, bracelets, and others.