ICET is the acronym for Integrated Common Entrance Test which is the entry level test to seek admission in the MCA and MBA courses in all the Universities of Andhra Pradesh & their affiliated colleges. The Kakatiya University is in charge of conducting ICET 2013 on part of APSCHE (Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education). The 2013 ICET has been scheduled for 17th of May, 2013. The post here highlights on top facts about 2013 Integrated Common Entrance Test.
ICET 2013 Application form
The ICET 2013 Application form would be available on a payment of 250 INR. The interested candidates can avail the form and admission brochure from :
- Andhra Pradesh Head Post Offices
- Post offices located at University Campuses
- Andhra Pradesh e-seva centers
- Selected Andhra Pradesh Axis Bank outlets
The application form would be also available online from these websites:
The ICET 2013 candidates applying online would have to make a DD worth 250 INR for “The Secretary APSCHE”, Hyderabad.
ICET 2013 Form submission
The interested ICET 2013 candidates have to fill up the forms with the required details, which with all the needed attached documents must be sent to “The Convener, ICET 2013”. This applies to both the forms obtained online or from land based centres.
Eligibility for ICET 2013
- For MBA: The candidate must have recognized bachelors certificate with minimum 50 percent marks (45 percent for reserved categories).
- For MCA: The candidate must have recognized bachelors certificate with minimum 50 percent marks (45 percent for reserved categories). He/she should have Mathematics in 10+2 standard.
- Final years B.Tech candidates would be eligible as well
- Qualifying degree received from Distance Education centres must be recognized by the joint committee of AICTE, UGC and DEC
Syllabus & Exam Pattern for ICET 2013
The entire ICET 2013 examination would comprise of a set of 200 questions carrying 1mark each. The exam duration is 150 minutes. The exam is based on objective type multiple choice test. Negative marking is not viable and the qualifying mark is 25 percent of total marks.
- The first part focuses on Analytical Ability with 75 questions. 20 questions would be allotted for Data Sufficiency and the other 55 questions would be for Problem Solving.
- The 2nd part concentrates on Mathematical Ability and carries 75 marks – Arithmetic Ability (35 marks), Algebrical & Geometrical Ability (30 marks) and Statistical Ability (10 marks).
- The 3rd section will be on Communication Ability with 50 questions- Vocabulary Test (10 marks), Business & Computer Terminology (10 marks), Functional Grammar (15 marks) and Reading comprehension (15 marks).