AGRICET 2022 results declared, check the details here

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Ritika Srivastava
Associate Senior Executive, Editorial
New Delhi, Updated on Oct 31, 2022 20:17 IST

Acharya N.G Agricultural University has released the AGRICET 2022 results. Candidates can check their result on the official website of the varsity. The counselling schedule for the shortlisted candidates will be released soon.

AGRICET results declared
Acharya N.G Agricultural University has released the AGRICET result on the official website. Candidates can fill in their registration number, hall ticket number and date of birth to check their results. The AGRICET counselling schedule will be released soon. Students who have secured the qualifying marks will get the confirmation through the merit list. Selected students will have to appear in person to book a seat in the course chosen by them. Students will have to appear the counselling procedure, submit all the documents and pay the fees. The counselling session will be conducted at the RARS Lam Auditorium, Guntur.
For the preparation of merit list, in case of more than one student securing the same combined score obtained, the tie shall be resolved to decide the relative ranking by successively considering the total marks / OGPA obtained in Diploma, SSC Overall Grade Point or Marks Percentage and ff the tie still persists, the date of birth of the concerned candidates, the older being given preference over the younger.

How to check AGRICET Results

Step 1: Visit the official website of AGRICET to check the results online.

Step 2: On visiting the homepage of AGRICET, candidates need to search for the AGRICET 2022 Results link.

Step 3: Click on the ‘AGRCIET Results’ link.

Step 4: Enter the registration number, hall ticket number and date of birth to check the AGRICET results.

Step 5: Check result and take a download of the result page as it will be required during the counselling session.

Qualifying Marks for AGRICET

The qualifying percentage of marks for the AGRICET 2022 is 25% ( 30 marks out of 120 marks) of the maximum marks considered for ranking. However, for candidates belonging to SC and ST, no minimum qualifying marks are prescribed. But their admission will be limited to the extent of seats reserved for such categories.

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Ritika Srivastava
Associate Senior Executive, Editorial

Ritika has about six years of editorial experience in digital and print media. She has a special interest in education and current affairs. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling and reading.


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