As many as 82.47% candidates in the engineering stream and 93.01% students in the agriculture and medical stream qualified in the TS-EAMCET, the results of which were declared on Sunday.
More than 1.31 lakh students had appeared for the engineering entrance test, and 1.08 lakh of them have qualified.
Likewise, 63,758 out of the 68,550 candidates who took the test in the agriculture, pharmacy and allied group (AM) stream have qualified.
Empati Kushwanth of Bhupalpally district and Kurisetti Ravi Sri Teja of West Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh bagged the first ranks in the AM and the engineering streams respectively.
Teja, of Tadepalligudem, secured 150.80 marks in the exam. The second and the third ranks in engineering were secured by Hyderabad boys B Chandrasekhar and G Akash Reddy, with 148.77 and 145.50 marks respectively.
The EAMCET results were expected to be released by May 18, but were delayed due to the revaluation of the Telangana intermediate papers.
Telangana State Council of Higher Education Chairman T Papi Reddy and JNTU (H) Vice Chancellor A Venugopal Reddy said that the EAMCET admission counselling was likely to commence on June 20.