TSRJC Results 2018 – Telangana TSRJC Result Merit list

By | February 24, 2018

TSRJC Results 2018 :The TSRJC results will be accessible in 1st week of June (approximately). Candidates will be able to check the result, score, and rank from the TSRJC portal. In order to download TSRJC CET Result 2018 , aspirants will be required to visit the official website of TSRJC , aprs.cgg.gov.in or click on the direct link. After which the aspirants will need to search for the results link and click on it. The aspirants will need to enter their TSRJC Hall Ticket Number or the registration number carefully and they will also need to other details necessary and finally submit those details

TSRJC Results Date 2018

Telangana Residential Junior College Common Entrance Test (TSRJC CET) was conducted in the month of May.  Now that the results of TSRJC CET are announced, the candidates will be able to take admission to Intermediate MPC, BiPC, CEC & MEC in Residential Junior Colleges in the State of AP. Aspirants  who clear the TSRJC examination will be able to take the admission into their choice of  their college & branch. The Telangana Residential Educational Institutions Society (Regd) conducts the Telangana Residential Junior College Common Entrance Test (TSRJC CET) every year.

Also Check : APRJC 2018 Hall Ticket Download

Also Check : TSRJC 2018 Hall Ticket Download

How to Check APRJC Results 2018

Appeared candidates can check their TSRJC  Results 2018 by following the below-mentioned steps:
  • Candidates have to visit the official web page
  • Go to the Results section
  • Then search for TSRJC Result 2018.
  • Click on the TSRJC  CET Entrance Exam Result 2018.
  • Enter your Hall Ticket number and date of birth details.
  • Now TSRJC CET Result 2018 will be displayed on the screen.
  • Check your result and download your result.
  • Take a print out of your result for further use.

Finally, the score or else the merit list will be displayed on the screen through which you will be able to check your TSRJC CET Results 2018. Of the 10 residential junior colleges (TSRJC ), 4 are for Boys, 2 are for Girls, 1 is for Co-Education and 3 are Minority colleges (2 for Minority Boys and 1 for Minority Girls. There are total 1,080 seats available in these 7 junior colleges

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