Hyderabad: Students can now get Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test, EAMCET 2010 application forms at Andhra Bank branches and E-Seva Centers across the state. EAMCET test rank is mandatory to get admission in to professional courses like engineering, agriculture and medical in the state. Earlier EAMCET forms had been sold through post offices. However, the postal department this time asked for 20 rupees as service charge against 10 rupees earlier. Nearly 3.5 lakh students are expected take EAMCET test this year. On Thursday, AP State Council for Higher Education APSCHE held regional co coordinators meeting to have final discussion on EAMCET 2010 test. The EAMCET Convener likely to issue notification on 15th Feb 2010 as scheduled. EAMCET Committee also discussed about the possible date of announcing the results. Tentatively, EAMCET 2010 results would be announced in June third week, before June 30th.