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APICET 2020 Exam Date – Application Form (July 24, 2020)

APICET 2020 Exam Date - Application Form (July 24, 2020)

APICET 2020 Exam Date:

  • AP ICET  Exam Application last date was continued to May 20
  • AP ICET 2020 Application Submission without late fees extended to May 7
  • APSCHE latest update given about the AP ICET exam that was the last date or AP ICET Exam 2020 was continued  to May 20 without late fee
  • due to COVID19 outbreak-in before notification, the extended date was May 7
  • APSCHE was ready to announce the updated date  of ICET 2020 and other exams and all these exams are postponed due to the COVID19 outbreak

Ap ICET Exam Application details:

  • Application fee:     550 rupees
  • precession fee:       29.50
  • Total amount:        579.50 rupees
  • Late fee for the first three days:  2000+ 550
  • Late fee for the next two days;   5000+550
  • Late fee for the next three days: 10,000+550

Process for applying ICET 2020:

  • We can apply for the exam online through the official website of AP ICET
  • Visit the official Website of Ap ICET 
  • Click on fee payment for AP ICET 2020
  • key in the mobile number and hall ticket number of the qualifying exam to pay fees
  • After paying the fee you can proceed to fil the application
  • click to fill the application there
  • Enter all the details carefully without any mistake
  • Click on submit button there
  • take out the printout of that application form

APICET 2020 Exam Date –

Exam Full details:

  • Name: Andhra Pradesh Integrated Common Entrance Test
  • Level: State
  •  Mode: Online
  •  Duration: 150 minutes 
  • syllabus: Analytical ability, mathematical ability, and communication ability
  • pattern: 200 MCQ’s format 
  • Courses offered: MBA/PGDM, MCA
  •  Fee: 550 rupees
  •  Website: AP ICET

About AP ICET:

    • Andhra Pradesh Integrated Common Entrance Test is a state-level MBA and MCA Entrance examination
    • The exam is conducted by Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupathi
    • The exam is conducted online for 150 marks
    • The maximum time is given to complete was 150 minutes
    • 200 questions were given in the question paper
    • analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability, and Communication Ability to be solved in 150 minutes.

 

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M. Pavankumar
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