POLYCET -2013 On 02-5-2013 Polytechnic Common Entrance Test Andhra Pradesh


The Chairman State Board of Technical Education and Training & Commissioner Technical Education Hyderabad has informed that, the Entrance Examination Committee met on 29-12-2012 and decided to conduct the Polytechnic Common Entrance Test – 2013 (POLY CET-2013) formerly CEEP for admission into Polytechnics and other Technical Institutions in the State Offering Engineering and Non- Engineering Diploma Courses (for which eligibility is Xth Class), tentatively on 02-05-2013 (Thursday) from 11.00 AM to 1.00 PM. About two lakhs candidates are expected to appear for the above mentioned examination at the following 65 places in the State at different Test centers:-

Sl.No

CENTRE

Sl.No

CENTRE

1

Srikakulam

34

Kalyandurg (Anantapur district)

2

Tekkali  (Srikakulam District)

35

Kurnool.

3

Vizianagaram

36

Nandyal (Kurnool District)

4

Bobbili  (Vizianagaram District)

37

Srisailam (Kurnool District)

5

Visakhapatnam

38

Mahaboobnagar

6

Paderu (Visakhapatnam District)

39

Wanaparthy(Mahaboobnagar district)

7

Narsipatnam(Visakhapatnam-Dt)

40

Nalgonda

8

Bheemunipatnam (Visakhapatnam – Dt)

41

Suryapet (Nalgonda District)

9

Anakapalli, (Visakhapatnam-Dt)

42

Kodad  (Nalgonda District)

10

Kakinada (East Godavari Dt)

43

Khammam.

11

Rajahmundry (EastGodavari Dt)

44

Kothagudem (Khammam District)

12

Eluru (West Godavari)

45

Bhadrachalam (Khamma Dist.)
  13 Tauku (West Godavari)    46 Warangal

 

14

Bhimavaram (West Godavari)

47

Mahaboobabad (Warangal District)

15

Mukteswaram (Amalapuram),E.G. Dt.

48

Adilabad

16

Vijayawada (Krishna District)

49

Bellampally (Adilabad District)
   17 Machilipatnam  (Krishna Dt)    50 Karimnagar

18

Guntur

51

Korutla (Karimnagar Disrict)

19

Baptla (Guntur District)

52

Manthani  (Karimnagar Disrict)

20

Ongole (Prakasam District)

53

Nizamabad

21

Addanki (Prakasam District)

54

Bodhan(Nizamabad Disrict)

22

Nellore

55

 Zaheerabad (Medak District)

23

Gudur (Nellore District)

56

Siddipet (Medak District)

24

Atmakur  (Nellore District)

57

Jogipet   (Medak District)

25

Tirupathi (Chittoor District)

58

Vikarabad  (Ranga Reddy District)

26

Madanapally (Chittoor District)

59

Ramanthapur, Hyderabad,

(Ranga Reddy District)

   27 Kuppam  (Chittoor District)

 

   60 Abdullapurmet, Hyderabad,

(Ranga Reddy District)

28

Kalikiri (Chittoor District)

61

Ameerpet,    Hyderabad

29

Kadapa

62

East Marredpally, Secunderabad

30

Proddatur (Kadapa District)

63

Old city, Hyderabad

31

Rajampet  (Kadapa District)

64

Masabtank,   Hydarabad

32

Anantapur

65

Nampally, Hydarabad

33

Kadiri (Anantapur District)  

The Chairman, SBTET & CTE., A.P., Hyderabad has therefore requested the Government to issue suitable general instructions to the concerned on various matters, so as to maintain the Secrecy of question papers, sparing of required accommodation, provision of police bundobust and constitution of Flying squads, etc., as was done for the Entrance Examination in 2012 so as to ensure that the Polytechnic Common Entrance Test – 2013  is conducted smoothly as a large number of candidates will be taking the examination.

The Government of Andhra Pradesh after examination of the proposal of the Chairman, State Board of the Technical Education &Training & Commissioner of Technical Education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad hereby issue the following directions:-

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01. The printed question paper packets be kept under safe custody in the police stations jointly with the local police officer not below the rank of Sub-Inspector of police and the concerned coordinator of the test centre.

The question papers shall be taken from the safe custody by the coordinator only 2 (two) hours before the actual commencement of the test.

02. The Director General of Police and the Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad, Cyberabad, R.R. Dist. Visakhapatnam (Urban) and Vijayawada (Urban) are requested to issue necessary instructions to the Sub Inspectors of Police of the concerned areas  where the Polytechnic

Common Entrance Test will be held for providing Police bundobust at the places where the question papers are kept and while taking them to the Test Centres 2 (two) hours before the commencement of the Test. They should also  assist the co-ordinators and the Chief Superintendents of the centres for the proper conduct of the Test  by posting adequate number of Police Constables at each centre.

03.The District Collectors under whose administrative control, the centres of examination are located are requested to issue suitable instructions to the concerned Revenue Divisional Officer, Tahsildars  to assist the coordinator and Chief Superintendents of the centres for the proper conduct of Test in respect of constitution of Flying Squads and also to maintain law and order.

04. Regarding accommodation for the conduct of Test in the State, the Polytechnics could accommodate only 10,000 candidates, while the remaining candidates (approximately two lakh)  requires accommodation in Junior/Degree Colleges, Schools, Engineering Colleges, Medical Colleges and University Colleges. The authorities concerned are therefore requested to provide necessary accommodation, furniture, as well as staff for Invigilation work Commissioner of Government Examinations, Abids, Hyderabad is requested to provide March/April, 2013 SSC Examination students Registration Data for smooth conduct of the above Test. The Heads of the Departments and Senior functionaries of the following Departments are requested to issue necessary  Instructions to their subordinate Officers to extend the necessary help including  sparing accommodation and for the smooth conduct of the Polytechnic Common Entrance Test – 2013.

I.  Commissioner/Director of School Education.

II. Commissioner of Collegiate Education.

III. Commissioner of Intermediate Education.

IV.  Director of Medical Education.

V.  Registrars and Vice-Chancellors of all Universities.

VI.  District Collectors.

VII.  District Educational Officers.

VIII. Tahasildars.

IX. Superintendents of Police,

X.  Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad, Commissioner of Police,       Cyberabad, Ranga Reddy District,

XI. Commissioner of Police, Vijayawada (Urban) & Commissioner of        Police, Visakhapatnam (Urban).

 05. Regarding creation of flying squads for dealing with the problem of Vigilance, Law and Order for preventing malpractice on the part of candidates,  a special invigilation squad at each place of Test  Centre shall be constituted with the following composition:-

I. District Educational Officers or Deputy District Educational Officer or his Nominee.

II. Tahasildars  or his Nominee.

III. Inspector of Police or Sub-Inspector of Police.

06. The members of the Special Flying Squads are empowered to go round the various examination centres between 11.00 A.M. to 1.00 P.M. and move into the halls to supervise effective conduct of  examinations and to exercise all the powers for the conduct of the Test including booking the cases of Malpractice.  The member of Flying Squad may report to the coordinator for the Polytechnic Common Entrance Test  POLY CET-2013 (formerly CEEP) concerned, at 9.00 A.M. on the day of Test .

07. The Director of School Education, Director General of Police, Commissioner of Polices and District Collectors concerned are requested to ‘depute the required personnel to form special Invigilation squad with instructions to assist the Officers of Technical Education Department and other officers deputed, for orderly conduct of Polytechnic Common Entrance Test.

08. The Director General of Police are  requested to issue instructions to the Superintendents of Police to make necessary arrangements for deputing a suitable person to act as Special Flying Squad member and to arrange for posting of Six (6) Police constables at each Test Centre.

09. The Caste Certificate belonging to scheduled Tribe (S.T) candidates enclosed to the applications for admission, requires verification and clearance by the Tribal Welfare Department during the process of counseling/admission.  Therefore, the Principal Secretary to Government, Tribal Welfare Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh is requested to issue suitable general instructions to the Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad to depute their Field Officers for verification of genuineness  of the Scheduled Tribe (S.T) Certificates enclosed to the applications available with office of the Regional Joint Directors of Technical Education of Three University areas (Andhra University, Osmania University and Sri Venkateswara University) located at Kakinada, Hyderabad and Tirupathi  respectively.

The Chairman State Board of Technical Education and Training & Commissioner Technical Education Hyderabad shall take further necessary action.

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