TS ECET Result 2020

TS ECET is also known as Telangana State Engineering Common Entrance Test and is held every year during May. But due to the ongoing Corona Virus pandemic and ensuing lockdown, the authorities have deferred the exam dates. Now the exam is going to held on the 4th of July 2020.

After the exam, the TS ECET Result will be declared by the authorities. The result will be published in online mode only. So, you are advised to check the details regarding the dates by visiting the official TS ECET website.

The announcement of results is yet to be taken up by authorities. Let’s take a look at this table to know better

Some Important Dates for TS ECET

Particulars 

Dates

TS ECET Exam

4th of July 2020

Declaration of result

To be announced

ECET counselling dates

To be announced


How is the score Measured?

JNTU is the conducting authority for this TS ECET exam. Before you sit for the exam and check your TS ECET Result, know how the marks for this exam are calculated. 

The results are calculated based on the marking scheme and final answer. Check the steps from below:

  1. Correct and incorrect answers are double-checking from the OMR Sheet

  2. +1 mark awarded for the correct answer, no marks are deducted for the wrong answer

  3. So, the raw score is arrived at by calculating the positive results only

Steps Taken IN case of Tie of Scores

Sometimes two or more candidates score the same marks for a particular subject or paper. So, let’s check the tie-breaking criteria for different streams.

Criteria for Pharmacy Students

  • Candidates with higher marks are preferred

  • If the tie isn't resolved, then he candidate who is older is preferred over the other candidates

Criteria for B.Sc. Mathematics students

  • Candidates having the highest marks are preferred

  • If the tie isn't resolved, then the candidate with better qualifying marks are given the opportunity

  • IN the 3rd case, older candidates are preferred over younger ones

Criteria for Engineering students

  • Candidates having highest marks in Engineering stream is preferred

  • The marks of mathematics are the 2nd criteria taken into consideration

  • In the 3rd criteria, the marks of Physics are taken into consideration

  • Lastly, a candidate who is older in age is preferred over the other candidates

How to check the result for TS ECET?

You can check the TS ECET Result by following the below steps:

  • Open the official website and click on the link to download results.

  • Enter your admit card number, registration number, and date of birth

  • Click on the rank card button and submit details.

  • A new tab opens with the rank card of the candidate. Download and take a printout for future reference

What does the result of TS ECET contain?

Your TS ECET result contains the following details:

  • Name of the candidate

  • Date of Birth

  • Marks obtained in each paper and category

  • Total marks secured in the exam

  • The score obtained in the exam

  • Admit card and registration number

  • Father’s name and address

  • Total percentage of marks obtained.

  • Status of your result

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is the application fee for TS ECET, and how can you pay the fees?

The Application fee of TS ECET 2020 is Rs.800 for UR candidates and Rs.400 for ST/SC candidates. You can pay the application fee using a debit/credit card/UPI or net banking method.

2. Can you apply for the examination if you don’t have an Aadhar card?

JNTU doesn’t accept any other ID proof except the Aadhar card for the TS ECET examination. If you don’t have your Aadhar number visit the nearest enrolment center and apply for it.

3. How many sat for the ECET exam 2019?

28,037 candidates enrolled themselves for taking part in the TS ECET exam. Out of this, 27,123 candidates appeared for the examination process. This year the number of applications is set to rise along with the pass percentages.

4. How many marks are there in the ECET examination?

There are a total of 200 marks for the TS ECET examination. You need to secure at least 25% in total aggregate to qualify for the examination. This equals to a minimum of 50 marks out of 200 that you must score for the exam.