AP ECET Counselling 2024: Seat allotment result tomorrow, Check documents required and other details here
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AP ECET Counselling 2024: The Andhra Pradesh Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) is scheduled to release the Andhra Pradesh Engineering Common Entrance Test (AP ECET) 2024 counselling seat allotment result tomorrow, 8 July.


Eligible candidates will be able to check and download the AP ECET seat allotment result 2024 by visiting the official website at ecet-sche.aptonline.in.


The AP ECET 2024 counselling is currently underway for admissions to engineering and pharmacy colleges through lateral entry. Applicants will need to utilize their login details, including registration number and date of birth, to access the AP ECET seat allotment result for 2024.


Candidates will receive seat assignments based on their rank, preferences, category, and the availability of seats. Upon receiving their allocation, selected candidates are required to secure their admission by reporting to their designated institutions, paying the fees, and verifying their documents. Failure to confirm their allotment by the specified deadline will result in the cancellation of their admission.


AP ECET 2024 Counselling: Documents required

  • AP ECET 2024 rank card
  • AP ECET 2024 hall ticket
  • Mark sheets and Passing certificates of SSC or equivalent examination
  • Mark sheets and Passing certificates of Diploma or Degree
  • Study/Bonafide Certificate from Class 6th to Diploma/Degree
  • Transfer Certificate (TC)
  • Income Certificate (issued on or after January 1, 2024)
  • Caste Certificate (if applicable)
  • Aadhar Card
  • Residence Certificate of either of parents in Andhra Pradesh for 10 years (in case of Non-Local candidates)
  • Certificate of Physically Challenged (PH)/Children of Armed Personnel (CAP)/NCC/Sports and Games/Minority


AP ECET 2024 Counselling: Self reporting

  • Candidates must complete self-reporting using their login credentials on the official website.
  • After self-reporting, candidates are required to physically report to the allotted college to confirm their admission.
  • Both stages of reporting (self-reporting and reporting to the college) are mandatory.
  • Merely completing self-reporting or reporting only to the college individually will not ensure the seat confirmation.