EAMCET | FAQs on Local, Non Local status of students for EAMCET admissions
Local and non local status is very important factor in EAMCET admissions. Many Telugu people, across the country or from abroad keep hopes to join their children in Andhra Pradesh, but they may be treated as non local candidates when it comes to admissions due to various reasons. In this context, here is some important pointers on local and non local status and FAQs normally students and parents search on this topic. May be helpful to the EAMCET aspirants. Good luck.
Q : I have studied from VI to X in A.P., but not intermediate. Will I be given time to produce Inter Study Certificate later?
Ans: Yes, if the Intermediate certificate is from Outside Andhra Pradesh, you will be treated as a Non Local candidate for EAMCET admission.
Q: I am belongs to Khammam District. Where I have to attend for Certificate Verification?
Ans: Govt. Polytechnic, Khammam is the nearest help line centre for your certificate verification.
You may please see the list of Help Line centres and attend a place convenient to you.
Q: Please explain me what is meant by Local Area?
Ans: Candidate studied in Rayalaseema districts including Nellore from 9th to Intermediate belongs to SVU Local area, studied in Telangana Districts belongs to OU Local and studied in Districts of Andhra region belongs to AU Local.
Q: I have studied my Intermediate in Hyderabad, 10th and 9th class in Visakhapatnam, 8th to 6th class in tirupati. To which local area I belong to?
Ans: In all such of cases candidate’s study period from II year Inter down to VI (7 Years) will be taken into consider a and among the 7 years 4 years of study the region in which the candidate has studied will be considered for arriving at your Local Area, i.e. AU/OU/SVU as the cast may be.
Q: I have studied intermediate ( 2 years), 10th class in Karimnagar. 9th to 7th class at tirupati and 6th class at vizianagaram. To which local area I belong to?
Ans: Based on the qualifying examination Inter and X Class, you belong to OU Local.
Q: What is an Option?
Ans: The selection of the college and course you wish to join and arrange them in the order of preference.
Q: From where I can exercise options?
Ans: You can exercise options from an internet centre or from your home or from a Help Line centre.
Q: How many options I can exercise?
Ans: You can exercise any number of options and there is no limit. It is advised to give more number of options to avoid disappointment of not securing a seat.
Q: Can I select all branches in a college?
Ans: Yes. You can select all colleges in all branches and arrange them in priority.
Q: Can I change my options?
Ans: You can change the options any number of times within the stipulated time allotted to you. You can also change the frozen options on the date specified by paying fee if any.
Q: Which options will be considered for allotment of seats?
Ans: The Options entered by you in the last instance of the schedule will be considered for allotment.