- The cut-off is a minimum percentage/marks needed to qualify the entrance exam.
- Rank lists are prepared to shortlist candidates for counselling and seat allotment.
- If a General category candidate scores lesser than the minimum percentage declared by authorities, their results will not be declared and rank cards are not released. But an SC/ST candidate’s results will be declared irrespective of the scores.
The minimum qualifying percentage is 30% and the minimum qualifying marks are 36 marks
There is no minimum qualifying marks/percentage for this category
If two or more candidates score the same marks, the ranking will be in the following order:
- Higher marks scored in Mathematics
- Higher marks scored in Physics
- Candidates who are older in age will be preferred
- If the tie still remains, the percentage/marks scored by candidates in the qualifying exam will be considered to shortlist – higher the percentage, higher the ranking.
It is based on the merit rank of the candidate.
- Payment of processing fee: For paying the fee, the candidate needs to submit the 10th Hall Ticket, ICR (Intelligent Character Recognition) form and date of birth.
- Slot booking: The candidate needs to book a slot to get their documents verified.
- Document verification: Once slots are booked, the candidate needs to get **documents (certificates) verified.
Important **documents to be carried for verification:
- Hall ticket and Rank Card of TS POLYCET 2019
- Certificate of study for the period from Class IV-X.
- Mark sheets of SSC or any equivalent exam
- Birth Certificate
- Community Certificate
- Relevant certificates by candidates who appeared for qualifying examination privately
- If the candidate is not local to any one of the University area, the relevant certificate
- Conduct certificate from the institute last attended
- Fitness certificate
- Minority certificate, if applicable
- Income Certificate from Mandal Revenue Officer in 2019.
- Any other relevant certificate
4. Registration: Candidates can now login to their accounts online to register for web counselling. This account will be the future mode of communication between the candidate and authorities regarding seat allotment.
5. Option entry: Candidates have to choose their courses and college. It is recommended that the options be filled in the order of preference and to fill in as many choices as possible. A printout needs to be taken of the options filled for future purposes.
6. Locking of choices: Once the choices are locked, candidates will not be able to edit them. The choices submitted on the last day of choice entry will be considered final.
7. Seat allotment: The process of seat allotment is conducted online. Seats are allotted based on merit/ranks of the candidates and choices submitted by them. Provisional allotment letters are sent to those who have qualified the cut-offs and fulfilled other criteria required by the chosen college. A printout of the letter needs to be taken by the candidate.
8. Reporting at the allotted institute: Candidates have to carry the printout of the allotment letter along with the fee receipt to the allotted college to complete admission formalities.