Is there any possibility to write EAMCET exam for Engineering having Bipc intermediate?

Hi I have completed my intermediate with Bipc stream. I would like to write EAMCET with selecting Maths Physics and Chemistry to get admission into Engineering colleges. is it possible or any suggestions please for BTech admission having Bipc intermediate without mathematics

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    Himanshi Tirkha | Contributor-Level 10

    2 months ago

    Hi Shaikh,

    There are fewer possibilities for you to write EAMCET exam for Engineering passing intermediate from BiPC. I did a research and found out that EAMCET (Engineering, Agriculture, and Medical Common Entrance Test) require Mathematics as a subject in class 12th to apply for B.Tech. So, there are fewer possibilities for you to write this exam.

    If you want to select Mathematics, then you must enrol in the Bridge course. As per the government guidelines Physics and Mathematics are the mandatory subjects for applying at engineering colleges. 

    For more information please check AP EAMCET (EAPCET) 2024: Application Form (Available),


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