Hyderabad: It is noticed that many EAMCET rank holders, aspiring to join in engineering courses are facing confusion over local and non local status. For Engineering Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test- EAMCET there are pre defined rules and regulations to decide the local and non local candidature of the student who obtained eamcet rank.
Andhra Pradesh state is considered as three regions for EAMCET, that is on University wise. Those regions are Osmania University region, Andhra University region and Sir Venkateshwara University region.
Telangana Districts comes under Osmania University and Andhra districts come under Andhra University regions. Rayalaseema districts and Nellore district comes under Sri Venkateshwara University region limits.
As per the rules 85% of the total seats in that particular region will be allocated to the local candidates. Remaining 15% seats will be treated as un reserved, open category seats. Any body can compete for these seats based on their EAMCET ranks.
Here pl. read carefully…
-If one students completes his education for 4 years continuously before Intermediate in one district he will be treated as local candidate for that district and finally for that region.
Example: If a student called Saketh completes his education for 4 years without any break before intermediate in Nellore district, he will be treated as local candidate for Sri Venkateshwara University region.
– If Saketh is not able to prove 4 years continuous education of 4 years, officials will look in to the back for 3 more years. That means, of the total 7 years of education before Inter, higher years where Saketh studied will be considered as local district. If Saketh studies 5 years in Vijaywada and 3 years in Nellore before inter, he may be considered local candidate for Andhra University region.
– If any rank holder doesn’t satisfy these conditions can be treated as a non local candidate.