Published: 24th May 2017
EAMCET 2017 results out: Boys rule over girls
EAMCET 2017 results reveal that boys have performed better. Read on to know more
Having scored 156 marks out of 160, Andhra boy G Jayanth Harsha (Guntur)secured the first rank in the engineering stream of Telangana EAMCET 2017, and KNVS Neastham reddy also from Andhra (Kakinada Rural) topped in the agriculture, pharmacy and other groups with 150 marks, in the results released on Monday at the JNTUH UGC HRDC auditorium.
With 156 marks K Ramprasad from Srikakulam and with 155 marks A Sai Bharadwaj from Kothagudem secured the second and third ranks respectively in engineering. G Pradeeth Sundar Reddy from Ongole secured the second rank with 153 marks and G Abhinav Reddy from Gajwel with 151 marks stood third in agriculture and allied groups.
Exam result: Students nail the EAMCET examination
No girls featured in the top 10 engineering scorers and only three made it to the toppers list in agriculture and pharma group. Interestingly, only four students from Telangana made it to the engineering top 10 lists as against five from Andhra. In the agriculture and allied group, five candidates from both states featured in the coveted list.
This year for the first time biometric attendance was used. Dr N Yadaiah, convener of the exam called it a success.
The examination which was held on 12 May 2017 across 400 centres by the conducting body Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) Hyderabad, saw 2,20,248 registrations -- 1,41,136 for engineering and 79,033 for agriculture and pharma group. However, 1,31,899 (93.46 percent) for engineering and 73,000 (92.99 percent) agriculture and others appeared for the exam.
Of these 98,596 or 74.75 per cent in engineering and 63,570 or 86.49 per cent in agriculture and pharma courses qualified this year's EAMCET. This year for the first time biometric attendance was used. Dr N Yadaiah, convener of the exam called it a success.
No girls featured in the top 10 engineering scorers and only three made it to the toppers list in agriculture and pharma group.
He also added that to enable transparency, scanned copies of the OMR answer sheets of all candidates will be uploaded on the website eamcet.tsche.ac.in between 24-26 May. For any discrepancies in the evaluation, candidates will have to submit their representation between 25-27 May. Rank cards will be uploaded on the website on 28 May.