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EAMCET Marks and Ranking Analysis

Andhra Pradesh EAMCET Ranking Analysis


Most of the M.P.C students dream about achieving a seat in reputed engineering college and in their favorite branch that would help them settle down in life within four years of time. However the foundation to make this dream come true is a good rank in EAMCET. To achieve this one has to have a good preparation plan to reach the goal.

Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test is an entrance examination conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad (JNTUH). Qualifying this exam is mandatory to get admission in Engineering and Medical Colleges of Andhra Pradesh.

Most of the students in Andhra Pradesh state choose either MPC or Bi.P.C. in intermediate education. Again major students show interest towards MPC as they want to pursue engineering course. Among the 9 lakhs students in senior intermediate almost 4 lakh students are from MPC and 1% of them go for the IIT and 1% for the NIT. Apart from those choosing B.Sc. courses most of the students are interested to join in the engineering colleges or autonomous universities that offer seats based on the EAMCET ranking. For engineering aspirants there are more seats than required in Andhra Pradesh state. But those who would like to become successful in their careers as engineers need to be in the first 5% of the EAMCET rankers to get seats in best engineering college and the courses they desire to pursue. This is why one needs to work hard to get a seat in reputed universities or top 20 private engineering colleges in the state.

How Engineering rank is allotted

The ranks are allotted based on the 75% marks achieved in EAMCET exam by a student and 25% weightage is given to the intermediate marks in group subjects to determine the rank. The marks considered from intermediate is not the 1000 marks in inter first and second year, but apart from the language marks for 400, the remaining marks a student gets for the 600 group score is aggregated for the 25 marks. It shows that every 24 marks a student scores in intermediate is given a 1 mark weightage in the EAMCET ranking.

Check out this analysis

If we observe the marks of last year 20,000 students, there is only major difference of 50 in their marks. It means that there are many students who have scored 550 marks in the intermediate group subjects conducted for 600 marks and hence it implies that there is only 2 marks difference in the EAMCET ranking. Though there is a weightage of 25 percent marks for intermediate marks it is the EAMCET marks that actually determine the ranking of a student.

If we analyze in a different way, it is clear that if there is one mark difference in the intermediate group subject then that is going to bring in a change of 0.04167 in the inter marks weightage which determining the final rank in EAMCET. This shows that the difference of one mark in the inter may actually change only 10 to 50 ranks but not that one can actually get a better rank based on the inter marks.

Inter Vs EAMCET

The EAMCET exam is being conducted for 160 marks and is aggregated for 75 which show that for every 2 marks a student earns in EAMCET his final weightage increases for 1 mark or else for every one mark the EAMCET student earns he gets a weightage of 0.46875 for calculating the rank.

When inter marks are compared with EAMCET marks it shows that every 14 marks in inter is equal to 1 mark earned in EAMCET. From this we can understand that priority should be given to get good marks in EAMCET than in the inter marks.


EAMCET Marks and Ranking Analysis


Rank
EAMCET Marks
Inter Marks
EAMCET + Inter Weightage
1
149
595
96.43
10
143
597
93.63
20
143
577
92.79
30
141
589
92.33
40
140
592
91.97
50
138
600
91.35
100
136
577
89.43
200
128
599
86.50
300
126
580
84.74
400
123
576
83.13
500
119
595
80.25
1000
111
593
78.07
1500
106
591
75.59
2000
103
581
73.73
2500
101
568
72.22
3000
97
586
71.05
3500
95
580
69.84
4000
94
566
68.78
4500
90
591
67.89
5000
89
583
67.08
6000
85
594
65.62
7000
83
583
64.20
8000
82
567
63.05
9000
80
566
62.04
10000
76
589
61.08
15000
68
578
56.78
20000
63
588
54.79
25000
61
564
52.83
50000
51
544
47.19
75000
46
527
44.07
100000
41
529
41.75
150000
39
445
37.29
200000
35
347
31.29


How to get a rank below 1000 in EAMCET

Let us see from last year the ranks earned by students for the EAMCET marks (total 160 marks)
For below 50th rank one has to get above 140 marks
For below 100 ranks one has to get above 136 marks
For below 500 ranks one has to get above 120 marks
For below 1000 rank one hat to get above 110 marks
For below 5000 rank one has to get above 90 marks

From this one can realize that by getting 110 to 120 marks in EAMCET they can surely get a rank below 1000. Hence by preparing in a systematic manner it is not so tough to get a seat in government engineering colleges.



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