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ENGINEERING COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION - MAHARASHTRA



MAHARASHTRA

State Level Centralised Admission Process has been framed for admission to first year degree courses in Engineering/Technology/Architecture in Government, Government-aided (including University Departments/Institutes)and unaided (private)Engineering colleges affiliated to the University of (I) Amravati; (ii) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada;
(iii) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological; (iv) Mumbai; (v) Nagpur; (vi) North-Maharashtra;
(vii) Pune; (viii) Shivaji and (ix) Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada.


COMMON RULES cover admission to Free Seats and Payment Seats at the following Institutions:

All the seats in Government and Government-aided institutions (Exceptions: 5 seats for Walchand Trust and 2 seats for Daruwala Trust are reserved in Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli and 2 seats are reserved for Shri Guru Gobind Singhji Trust in Shri Guru Gobind Singhji Trust in Shri Guru Gobind Singhji College of Engineering and Technology, Nanded);
  1. 90% of seats in Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere;
  2. 53 seats of UDCT, Mumbai and 62 seats in Chemical Engineering and 42 seats in Chemical Technology of LIT , Nagpur;
  3. 50% seats except NRIs seats in un-aided minority institutions;
  4. All the seats except NRIs seats in un-aided (private) colleges other than minority institutions in the State;
  5. 10% seats of the sanctioned intake capacity in all the courses in all the institutions in the State to provide for any subsequent cancellation of admissions.

[7 seats in Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli and 2 seats in Shri Guru Gobind Singhji College of Engineering, Nanded, 10% seats of the intake capacity in all the courses in Dr Babasahed Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere; 22 seats of UDCT, Mumbai; some seats of LIT, Nagpur; 50% seats of sanctioned intake capacity in all the courses in un-aided institutions (private) approved as Minority Institutions and 5% NRIs seats are offered by the concerned institutions. Candidates interested in these seats are required to contact the individual institutions directly].

COMMON DETAILS are given hereunder:

Notification
Last Date
April/May
10th day of declaration of XII std exam result of Maharashtra

Allocation of Seats
Free Seats All seats in Government, Government aided colleges, UDCT, Mumbai, LIT Nagpur, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological university, Lonere and 50% seats in the unaided private engineering colleges are open to Maharashtra candidates. L Payment Seats 50% NRIs seats are offered by the concerned institutions. Candidates interested in these seats are required to contact the individual institutions directly].

Maharashtra Candidates Candidates should have passed X and XII Std exam in Institutions located in Maharashtra. Exceptions: (I) Sons and daughters of persons domiciled in Maharashtra; (ii) Sons/daughters of Central Government/Undertaking employees transferred to Maharashtra; (iii) Children/Wards of Maharashtra State government/Undertaking employees who are on transfer/transferred from outside the State or on deputation to Central Government Organisations/Undertakings.

Reservations SC and SC converts to Buddhism 13% ST including those living outside Specified areas 7% Vimukta Jati 3% Nomadic Tribes 8% OBC 19% Special Backward Class 2%. Seats are also reserved for following categories of candidates: (I) Candidates whose mother-tongue is Marathi coming from Maharashtra - Karnataka disputed border areas 20 seats; (ii) NCC cadets 10 seats; (iii) Children of defence personnel 5% (iv) Physically handicapped 1%; (v) Children of citizens of citizens displaced due to terrorist activities from J & K and children of Officers and staff belonging to Military and Paramilitary forces transferred to J & K to deal with terrorist activities 1 seat per course in all colleges; (vi) Govt. of India nominees (vii) NRIs 5%.

Eligibility HSC (XII Standard) exam of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune or its equivalent with Eng., Phy, Chem. and Maths and with 50% marks in Phy, Chem and Maths taken together at one and the same sitting (45% for BC candidates). Candidates should be medically fit.
    -No female candidates is eligible for admission to Mining Engineering course;   candidate seeking admission to mining engineering course must be free from   colour   blindness, defective vision and vision requiring correction with   spectacles above   power of three;

    -First class diploma holders from the State Board of Technical Education are   admired to II year of the course in certain institutions;

    -Only candidates who have taken Biology as 4th optional subject at the   qualifying   exam are eligible for admission to Biomedical Engineering course.

Application Procedure Application form and prospectus can be obtained from the notified engineering colleges in the State on remittance of Rs. 350 or as notified..

Submission of Applications Candidates is required to submit the completed applications to the concerned admission authorities in the State as mentioned in the Information Brochure.

Selection On the basis of marks obtained at the qualifying exam in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Candidates applying for B Arch course are required to appear in the aptitude test. Merit list is displayed at the centers, where the candidates have submitted the completed application. Candidates listed in the merit list are required to attend the counseling session as per schedule given in the brochure.

Fees Tuition fee (per annum) Free/payment Seats Rs.4,000/32,000.

Enquiries (i) Directorate of Technical Education, 3, Mahapalika Marg, Mumbai 400 001.
                       (Tel 2620601, FAX 022 - 2692102)

               (ii) Sir J J College of Architecture, 7813, Dr.D N Road, Mumbai 400001.
                   (Tel 2621649, FAX 022 - 2621118)


 

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