PG en­trance re­sults de­clared

Deccan Chronicle - - CITY - DC COR­RE­SPON­DENT HY­DER­ABAD, JUNE 14

The re­sults for en­trance tests for law, post-grad­u­ate law and PG en­gi­neer­ing cour­ses were de­clared on Thursday by State Coun­cil of Higher Education chair­man T. Papi Reddy and Os­ma­nia Uni­ver­sity Vice Chan­cel­lor Prof. S. Ra­machan­dram.

Of the 12,960 can­di­dates who took Lawcet for the three-year course, 11,563 qual­i­fied. The suc­cess per­cent­age was 90.59 for men, 85.34 for women and 50 per cent of trans­gen­der can­di­dates. For the five year course, 2,401 of 3,727 can­di­dates qual­i­fied. A to­tal of 1,829 out of 1,860 can­di­dates qual­i­fied for PGLCET. Here, 87.9 per cent men, 80.57 per cent women and 66.65 per cent trans­gen­ders crossed the mark.

In all, 11,223 women and 11,238 men were de­clared el­i­gi­ble in the PG En­gi­neer­ing Com­mon En­trance Test for ad­mis­sion into en­gi­neer­ing, tech­nol­ogy, ar­chi­tec­ture, or phar­macy along with grad­u­ate level PharmD course.

El­i­gi­ble stu­dents can ap­ply at the Jawa­har­lal Nehru Ar­chi­tec­ture and Fine Arts Uni­ver­sity Hy­der­abad, Jawa­har­lal Nehru Tech­no­log­i­cal Uni­ver­sity Kakatiya Uni­ver­sity, Pala­muru Uni­ver­sity, and Os­ma­nia Uni­ver­sity. Seats will be first of­fered to can­di­dates clearing GATE/GPAT, and to those who cracked the PGECET.

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