Candidates who had appeared for the examination and had received qualifying marks as per the guidelines, can view and download the allotment result.
In order to finalise the admission process, candidates will be required to go to the allotted institute for document verification and seat confirmation round. Upon verification of documents, candidates will be allowed to proceed with subsequent stages of admission process. The last day to report to the institutes as per notice is November 13, 2023. Check the official notice.
How to check the results
Step 1: Begin by visiting the official website of AP EAPCET counselling.
Step 2: Locate and click on the “EAPCET counselling special round allotment” link.
Step 3: Further, click on the “allotment order” link to proceed.
Step 4: In the provided link, enter your hall ticket number and date of birth.
Step 5: Complete the process by downloading the allotment order and ensure to promptly report for the admissions as specified.
College-wise allotment can be also be accessed via this direct link.
For this, candidates will be required to submit the name of the college from the given list, and the name of the course. A complete list with the candidate’s rank, name and hall ticket number will be displayed.
Important list of documents to be carried for document verification round:
AP EAPCET 2023rank card and hall ticket
- Class 10 and 12 mark sheets
- Proof of date of birth
- Transfer certificate
- Study certificate from Class 6 to Intermediate
- Category certificate
- Andhra Pradesh residence certificate
- Income certificate
- Local status certificate
Special round eligibility
Candidates eligible to exercise options in the special round include those falling into the following categories: a) individuals who have secured a seat but have not shown interest in joining or admitting to the allotted seat, b) candidates who have not secured seats so far but have had their certificates verified, c) individuals who have not yet exercised their options but have had their certificates verified, and d) those who have reported/not reported but subsequently cancelled their allotment. It is essential to note that candidates who have already registered in Phase-1 or Phase-2 and were unable to secure a seat in any college under the convener quota will exclusively qualify for special round admissions.