Boys are at the top in the ranks, the pass percentage of girls in engineering is 82.7 and in agriculture is 87.02.
Among boys, this percentage is only 79.21 and 84.63, seven boys in engineering top 10, eight boys in agriculture, Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy released the results.
Telangana/Hyderabad: TS MSET 2023 exam results conducted for admissions in engineering, agriculture and pharmacy allied courses in the state have been released. While girls have an upper hand in terms of pass percentage, boys have secured the highest number of positions in the top ten ranks. Official website https://eamcet.tsche.ac. In/ Enset results continued to be the trend of Nu girls. While 82.07 percent of girls have passed in engineering, 79.21 percent of boys have passed. 87.02 percent of girls and 84.63 percent of boys qualified in agriculture section.
While 80.33 percent pass rate was recorded in engineering department, 86.31 percent pass rate was recorded in agriculture and pharma department. 1,95,275 students appeared in engineering stream in MSET and 1,56,879 passed. Also, 1,06,514 students appeared in the Agriculture department and 91,935 passed. Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy released the MSET results at JNAFAU auditorium in Masab Tank on Thursday.
Education Secretary Vakati Karuna, Technical Education Commissioner Naveen Mittal, Higher Education Board Chairman R. Limbadri, Vice Chairman V. Venkataramana, JNTUH Vice Chancellor Katta Narasimha Reddy, MSET Convenor B. Deankumar, Co-Convenor K. Vijayakumar Reddy and others participated in this program. 3,20,683 students from the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh applied for MSET, and 94.85 percent attendance was recorded. In 104 centers in Telangana and 35 centers in AP in total 137 centers conducted MSET exam in 21 zones. MSET exams were conducted from 10th to 14th of this month.
158.898 marks for Engineering first ranker
Sanapala Anirudh of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh secured first rank in Engineering Part V by securing 158.898 marks out of 160 marks. Yakkanti Pani Venkata Maninder Reddy of Guntur in AP got the second rank with 158.591 marks, Challa Umesh Varun of Nandigama, Krishna district got the third rank with 156.942 marks, Satya Raja Jaswant of Burugupalli got the first rank with 155.008 marks in the agriculture category. Nasika Venkateja secured the second rank with 154.601 marks and Safal Lakshmi Kuralleti from Sarurnagar, Rangareddy district secured the third rank with 154.520 marks.