Some of the states conduct their own entrance examination for the admission into the state-run and some of the private engineering colleges (in those states). Though some of the state entrance examinations are known beyond that state's borders, often admission into those institutes is restricted by the domicile clause.
Andhra Pradesh has AP EAMCET (Engineering,Agriculture and Medical Entrance Examination), Telangana has TS EAMCET,West Bengal has WBJEE(West Bengal Engineering Entrance Examination), to name a few.
Clicking on the following links will give a fair idea about the examinations.
The Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Entrance Test (EAMCET) was the common entrance examination for admissions to Engineering courses, MBBS/ BDS and other Medical allied courses in the erstwhile combined state of Andhra Pradesh.
Presently the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh conduct the EAMCET examination separately – namely TS-EAMCET and AP-EAMCET respectively. In general the two exam patterns, syllabuses, eligibility criteria, procedure of admissions all remain very similar to each other.
The EAMCET (AP & TS) Engineering examination caters to all engineering admissions (B.Tech) including B.Tech in Bio Technology, Dairy Technology, Agricultural engineering and Food Science and Technology.
With the introduction of NEET as the common entrance to all MBBS and BDS admissions, the EAMCET (AP & TS) Medical examination caters to admissions in B.Sc (Agriculture), B.Sc (Horticulture), B.V.Sc & A.H., B.F.Sc., B Pharmacy and D.Pharm. Please read note on EAMCET Medical for additional details about EAMCET Medical.
Eligibility for EAMCET
a. Candidates should be of Indian Nationality or Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) / Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) Card Holders.
b. Candidates should belong to the state of Telangana / Andhra Pradesh. The candidates should satisfy Local /Non-Local status requirements
a. Candidates should have passed or appeared for the final year of Intermediate Examination (10+2 pattern) with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as optionals or related vocational courses in the fields of Engineering and Technology.
Candidates should have passed or appeared at the final year of the Diploma examination in Engineering conducted by the State Board of Technical Education and Training, Telangana / Andhra Pradesh or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the State Board of Technical Education and Training, Telangana / Andhra Pradesh.
a. In the case of Engineering courses, candidates should have completed 16 years of age as on 31st December of the year of admission. There is no upper age limit.
b. In the case of B.Tech. (Dairy Technology), B.Tech. (Agricultural Engineering), B.Tech. (Food Science & Technology) and B.Sc. (Agricultural Engineering), candidates should have completed 17 years of age as on 31st December of the year of admission and an upper age limit of 22 years for all the candidates and 25 years in respect of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates as on 31st December of the year of Admissions.
Syllabus for EAMCET
Syllabus as prescribed in the 2017 brochure of TS-EAMCET and AP-EAMCET are exactly same as the syllabus prescribed in earlier years by the common EAMCET examination. Please click on the separate links below to see a detailed EAMCET syllabus.
Pattern of EAMCET examination
Till 2016 both states had the EAMCET exam in offline mode only; in 2017 AP-EAMCET was conducted in online mode. From 2018 onwards both the exams AP-EAMCET and TS-EAMCET (Engineering and Medical) are conducted only in online mode.
Number of questions:
The online exams are of duration 180 minutes and have a total of 160 questions. EAMCET engineering exams have the following scheme:
Mathematics – 80 qns.; Physics – 40 qns.; Chemistry – 40 qns.
All questions are Multiple choice type with four options of which there is a single correct answer. Each correct answer carries one mark. There is NO negative marking for incorrect answers.
Language of the question paper:
The bilingual question paper contains questions in English and Telugu only. Candidates, who have studied the qualifying examination in Urdu medium and wish to avail assistance for translating the questions into Urdu, will be allotted a Test Centre at Kurnool only for AP-EAMCET and Test Centre at Hyderabad only for TS-EAMCET.
Qualifying marks and Ranking
The qualifying percentage of marks for the EAMCET exams is 25% of the maximum marks and all such candidates would be considered for ranking. However, for candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe, no minimum qualifying mark is prescribed. But their admission will be limited to the extent of seats reserved for such categories.
Candidates who have secured qualifying marks in EAMCET (for SC/ST candidates, qualifying marks have not been prescribed) shall be assigned ranking in the order of merit on the basis of combined score obtained by giving 75% weightage to the marks secured in EAMCET and 25% weightage to the marks secured in the relevant group subjects.
Tie-break in EAMCET Engineering:
- For the preparation of merit list, in case of a tie it shall be resolved by considering
- The total marks secured in EAMCET
- The Marks secured in mathematics in EAMCET
- The marks secured in Physics in EAMCET
- The Percentage of Aggregate marks secured in the qualifying examination
- If the tie still persists, the older (based on date of birth) being given preference over the younger.
Note on EAMCET Medical
The online exams are of duration 180 minutes and have a total of 160 questions. EAMCET engineering exams have the following scheme:
- Botany – 40 qns.
- Zoology – 40 qns.
- Physics – 40 qns.
- Chemistry – 40 qns.
Date & Time of Entrance Examination :
|Engineering||Paper I Physics & Chemistry||24.04.2017||10 AM - 12.30 PM|
||Paper II Mathematics||25.04.2017||10 AM - 12.30 PM|
- Online Application submission : From 01.02.2017 (Wednesday)
- Last date for submission of Online Application including Fee payment : 09.03.2017, 5 pm (Monday)
- Last date for receipt of Printout of Online Application - 10.03.2017 (Tuesday)
- Downloading Online Admit Cards : From 10.04.2017 (Monday)
- Date & Time of Engineering Entrance Examination:
- Physics & Chemistry (Paper-I) : 24.04.2017, 10 am to 12.30 pm
- Mathematics (Paper-II) : 25.04.2017, 10 am to 12.30 pm
- Result of Engineering Entrance Examination : On or before 25.05.2017
- Engineering Rank list : On or before 20.06.2017
Scheme of the Examination :
- Questions from the subjects Mathematics,Physics and Chemistry will be with a relative weightage of 5:3:2 respectively.
- Duration - 2.5 hrs
- Objective,multiple choice questions with 5 options and single correct response
- Each Paper will have 120 questions to be answered in 150 minutes.
- Each question paper will have 4 versions.
- Each correct response will fetch FOUR marks each incorrect response will attract a penalty of 1 mark from total score . Multiple answer marking will also attract a penalty of 1 mark.
- All entries in OMR answer sheet are to be made with blue or black ink ballpoint pen only.
- Standard of the Entrance Examinations will be that of Higher Secondary or equivalent examinations.
Nativity : Only Indian citizens are eligible for admission to Professional courses unless otherwise notified. Persons of Indian Origin (PIO)/ Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) will also be treated at par with Indian citizens for the limited purpose of admission. Candidates seeking admission to Professional courses will be categorised as Keralite, Non-Keralite Category I (NK I) and Non-Keralite Category II (NK II). Details could be found in the KEAM prospectus.
However candidates who have passed the qualifying examination with 45% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together are eligible for admission under Management Quota in Private Self Financing Engineering Colleges/Government Controlled Self Financing Engineering Colleges,
Applications have to be submitted online through the KEAM website www.cee.kerala.gov.in for admission to all the courses (Medical & Allied, Engineering and Architecture). Candidates should complete the requisite steps and should send the signed printout of the online submitted application along with the necessary certificates and documents so as to reach the following address on or before 10th March 2017.
Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations,
5th Floor, Housing Board Buildings,
Santhi Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram - 695 001
- General : Rs.800/-
- SC : Rs.400/-
- ST candidates are exempted from payment of application fee.
Equal weightage of 50:50 shall be given to the score obtained in the Entrance Examination for Engineering (Paper I & Paper II put together), and the grade/marks obtained in the final year of the qualifying examination for Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together, after effecting the standardization procedure.
The final year marks of the qualifying examination of each subject Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology of the students who have passed the subject, received from the respective Boards, shall be transformed out of 100. The marks of the three subjects shall be computed out of 300 after effecting standardization in each subject.
The marks secured by a student in the qualifying examination from any Board will be standardized with respect to the statistical parameters such as Global Mean and Global Standard Deviation.
The score obtained by the candidate in the Engineering Entrance Examination (Paper I & Paper II put together) shall be computed out of 300, and added to the total standardized marks of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology as the case may be, of the final year of the Qualifying Examination, computed out of 300, both corrected to four places of decimals. The rank list for Engineering Courses shall be prepared based on the total marks obtained out of an Index mark of 600, computed as mentioned in the brochure.
Qualifying Standards in the Entrance Examination for admission to various courses:
To qualify in the Entrance Examination and thereby become eligible to figure in the rank list for Engineering /Medical/Ayurveda, a candidate has to score a minimum of 10 marks each in Paper I and Paper II of the concerned Entrance Examination. The candidates who do not score the minimum stipulated marks will not find a place in the rank list. Exemption: For SC/ST candidates there is no requirement of minimum marks in the Entrance Examination except for MBBS/BDS courses. However, the candidates who fail to answer at least one question in each paper will be disqualified.
The Centralised Allotment Process will be done through the Single Window System (SWS) to give allotments to the various courses and colleges under the Engineering/ Architecture/Medical streams in the State, based on the options submitted by the candidates who have been included in the rank list of their preferred stream.This is a system of 'Allotments through Online Submission of Options'
The Karnataka Common Entrance Test 2017 was for the purpose of determining the eligibility / merit, for admission of Karnataka candidates to courses in Medical, Dental, Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Unani, Naturopathy & Yoga, Engineering, B.Sc Agriculture, Sericulture, Forestry,Horiculture,B Pharma and D Pharma courses for the academic year 2017-18.
|Common Entrance Test - 2016 Time Table|
|02-05-2017||10.30 am - 11.50 am- Biology (60marks)|
|02.30 pm - 03.50 pm- Mathematics (60 marks)|
|03-05-2017||10.30 am - 11.50 am- Physics (60 marks)|
|02.30 pm - 03.50 pm- Chemistry (60 marks)|
Candidates claiming eligibility for Government seats under Horanadu & Gadinadu Kannadiga clauses and whose mother tongue is Kannada, Tulu or Kodava, will have to undergo a Kannada language test, to establish their ability to speak, read and write Kannada. However, the candidates who have studied ten full academic years in Kannada Medium from 1st standard to 10th standard in places outside the state of Karnataka need not appear for this test.
04-05-2017 - 11.30 am to 12.30 pm - both for Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates.Candidates need to score a minimum passing marks of 12 out of 50 marks in this examination in order to be considered for assignment of ranks and to become eligible for allotment of seats in CET-2017.
Passed in 2nd PUC/12th/equivalent examination with English as one of the languages and obtained a minimum of 45% of marks in Physics and Mathematics along with Chemistry / Biotechnology/ Biology/ Electronics/ Computer Science. (40% for SC,ST and specific categories)
Criteria for determination of Merit/Rank: By taking marks in equal proportions in qualifying examination and CET in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. However no minimum qualifying marks is prescribed in CET.
About Karnataka CET 2017 :
Each subject paper was for 60 marks and for duration of 80 min. There were 16 versions of the paper.
Objective, multiple choice questions with 4 answer options.
Each correct answer was awarded 1mark. No negative marking.
The question papers of the CET would mostly based on the First and Second PUC syllabi prescribed by the Department of Pre-University Education of Karnataka State.
|Commencement of Online Applications||27/01/2017|
|Last date to enter application details on line||08/03/2017|
|Last date to pay the fees in bank/post office||10/03/2017|
|Down loading of admission tickets||2nd/3rd week,April 2017|
Karnataka CET 2017 Analysis :
Karnataka CET was conducted on 2nd and 3rd May 2017. About 1,85,541 candidates registered for the CET. On day 1 of the CET, May 2nd, Biology paper was conducted in the morning while Mathematics was conducted in the after noon.
Biology - Out of the registered 1,85,418, only 76.34% of aspirants took the exam - NEET being made mandatory for all medical admissions. Those who attempted were happy that the questions were direct and from the prescribed syllabus.
Mathematics - This paper saw the attendance at 96.55% - 1,79,029 candidates attempted it. Of the 60 questions, most were from second year PUC syllabus. This paper was termed as moderately difficult - but majority were easy with direct formula application.
Day 2 - May 3rd 2017.
Physics - Around 1,80,512 of the registered candidates attempted this paper. Candidates were happy that the paper covered all the topics and the question types were numerical/analytical and memory based.
Chemistry - 1,80,806 registered candidates attempted Chemistry paper. Most of the questions were theory based.
The overall analysis of CET 2017 would be moderately difficult paperAnswer Keys
Click here to view KEA CET 2017 Brochure
COMEDK UGET is the online computer based Undergraduate Entrance Test conducted by COMEDK (Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka) for admission into the undergraduate engineering programme. Around 150 engineering colleges with 20,000 seats on offer use UGET 2017 results for admissions in UG Programme during the academic year 2017-2018.
UGET 2017will be held on 14/05/2017, Sunday.
Qualifying exam is 2nd PUC or 10+2 higher secondary or equivalent Examination recognized by State / Central Government with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) with English as a compulsory subject.
General category – 45% minimum aggregate marks
SC/ST/OBC Candidates of Karnataka State - 40%
Candidates should have passed the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) individually. Physics and Mathematics are compulsory subjects along with Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology or Computer Science or Electronics as one of the optional subjects.
An attempt in the Entrance Test seeking admission to Engineering courses is considered adequate for figuring in the Rank list.
Diploma candidates are not eligible to take the Entrance Test as there are no lateral entry admissions.
Important Dates :
|13th February 2017||MONDAY||Start date for registration and issue of online Application for COMEDK UGET 2017|
|20th February 2017||MONDAY||Mock Test made available online|
|20th April 2017||THURSDAY||Last date for online payments and Last date for Submission of completed application online|
|5th May 2017||FRIDAY||Start date for download of Test Admission Ticket on the website|
|13th May 2017||SATURDAY||Last date for downloading of Online Test Admission Ticket|
|14th May 2017||SUNDAY||COMEDK UGET 2017 EXAM|
|18th May 2017||THURSDAY||Publishing of Provisional Answer Keys and start date for online submission of objections/challenge of Provisional Answer keys|
|22nd May 2017||MONDAY||Last date for receiving challenges/objections pertaining to Provisional Answer Keys|
|26th May 2017||FRIDAY||Publishing of Final Answer keys|
|29th May 2017||MONDAY||Test Score cards made available online to the candidates|
COMEDK UGET 2017 for PCM/PCB - Rs. 1200/-
COMEDK UGET 2017 Test Timings:
- From 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM of 14th May 2017
- Candidates need to report 120 minutes before the commencement of the test (8:00 AM) for morning session.
- The Examination Hall will be opened 60 minutes before the commencement of the test.
- After 9:30 AM candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination hall to take the test
- Physics - 60 MCQ
- Chemistry - 60 MCQ
- Mathematics - 60 MCQ
- Total - 180 Questions, each with four answer choices
- Medium of Examination - ENGLISH Only
- Each correct answer will be awarded 1 mark
- There will be no negative marking for wrong answers
- However, in the event of a tie in the test score the principle of least negative responses (Number of wrong answers) will be adopted. In addition, if required, other methods may be adopted to break ties.
- Total Marks would be 180
- The entrance test is based on the existing syllabus of 10 + 2 / 12th STD / 2nd PUC.
THE SECTIONS, Final Merit / Rank Publishing, AND INTER-SE MERIT are to be retained.
Selection of seats for the Under Graduate course in Member Institutions is based on merit, taking into account the performance of the candidate in COMEDK UGET-2017. COMEDK entrance test, publication of test score and rank list will be followed by centralized counseling (Single window).
The Commissioner of State CET Cell, has been designated as Competent Authority for conducting MHT-CET-2017 and selection of candidates for admission to Full time four year Under Graduate Degree courses in Engineering and Technology, Pharmacy and 5 Year Duration Full Time Under Graduate Degree course in Pharm D for the academic year 2017-2018 being offered in Private Professional Educational Institutions.
- Online registration & Confirmation of Application Form on website - 14/02/2017 to 23/03/2017
- Online registration with additional Late Fee of ₹ 500/- 24/03/2017 to 30/03/2017
- Issue of Admit Card - 04/2017 to 11/05/2017
- Date of Examination - 11/05/2017 (Thursday)
- Declaration of Result - On or before 04/06/2017
Schedule of MHT CET 2017:
- Date - 11/05/2017
- Physics and Chemistry - 10 am to 11.30 am
- Biology - 12 noon to 1.30 pm
- Mathematics - 3.00 pm to 4.30 pm
Schedule & Test Design:
- MHT-CET-2017 will consist of three question papers. Each paper is for 100 marks.
- Paper I
Mathematics - 50 q, 2 marks each, 100 marks
- Paper II
Physics - 50 q, 1 mark each, 50 marks
Chemistry - 50 q, 1 mark, 50 marks
- Paper III Biology
Botany - 50q, 1 mark, 50 marks
Zoology - 50q, 1 mark, 50 marks
- Correct answer chosen from 4 options to be marked with black ball point pen.
- No negative marks for wrong answers
- There is no choice among the questions, i.e. all questions have to be answered.
- A candidate seeking admission to Engineering and Technology degree courses it is mandatory that the candidate must appear for both Paper I and Paper II.
- A candidate seeking admission to Pharmacy/ Pharm. D degree course it is mandatory that the candidate must appear for Paper II as well as in Paper-I and/or Paper-III.
Language of Question Paper:
The medium for examination shall be English or Marathi or Urdu for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. However, Mathematics paper shall be in English only.
Eligibility for admission to engineering and technology courses:
All the candidates passed / appearing at the qualifying examination i.e. HSC/12th Standard examination or its equivalent examination and having Indian Nationality are eligible for appearing for MHT-CET-2017. There is no age limit for admission.
Candidate should be an Indian national.
Detailed information on eligibility criteria for Maharastra and All India candidates can be found here.
Eligibility conditions and requirements for admissions into First Year - Engineering / Technology:
For a Maharashtra State Candidate.
- The Candidate should be an Indian National;
- Passed HSC or its equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology or Technical or Vocational subjects, and obtained at least required percentage of marks (as notified by the Government from time to time) in the above subjects taken together;
- For a Maharashtra State Candidate - Obtained score in MHT-CET 2017 conducted by the Competent Authority.
- For All India Candidates, Jammu and Kashmir Migrant Candidates - Obtained score in JEE(Main) Paper I or MHT-CET 2017.
Syllabus of Examination:
Syllabi of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics for the MHTCET-2017 will be the same as for the current year for HSC Examination (i.e March 2017) of HSC Board of Maharashtra.
Online application form has to be submitted and the requisite fees can be paid through online system only by Internet Payment, Credit Card/ Debit Card (RuPay/Visa/MasterCard/Maestro), Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/Mobile Wallets.
For General Category Candidates from Maharashtra State, Outside Maharashtra State (OMS), J & K Migrant candidates - Rs. 800/-
For Candidates of Backward Class Categories [SC, ST, VJ/DT- NT(A), NT(B), NT(C), NT(D), OBC, SBC] and Persons with Disability Candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only - Rs. 600/-
The MHT-CET 2017 will be conducted at all the district headquarters in the State of Maharashtra. The MHT-CET examination centre will be within the same district from where the candidate has passed / is appearing at the qualifying examination i.e. HSC / 12th Standard examination. The eligible candidates passing qualifying examination from outside the state of Maharashtra can select the examination centre of their choice while filling the online application form. The centre once allotted cannot be changed under any circumstances.
The Govt. of NCT of Delhi established its first University with the name Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University in 1998. On the affiliation front, 02 Schools of Studies, namely, School of Engineering and Technology and School of Medicine and Para Medical Health Sciences are being maintained for providing leadership role to the programmes conducted under these Schools at affiliated institutions. In all, the University has 100 affiliated institutes; of these, 76 are self financed and 24 are owned and managed by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi/Govt. of India.
The admissions to the programmes of studies in the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) are primarily through common entrance tests (CET) conducted by the University or on merit of the qualifying degrees.
Online application form available from – 15/02/2017 to 04/04/2017
Admit card available for download – 6/04/2017
IPU CET 2017 – 23/04/2017
IPU CET 2017 result – 09/05/2017
Pass in 12th Class of 10+2 pattern of CBSE or equivalent with a minimum aggregate of 55% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics provided the candidate has passed in each subject separately. Candidate must additionally have passed English as a subject of study (core/ elective/functional) in the qualifying examination.
Age: As on 01.08.2017 candidate should not be beyond 21 years
Applicants must appear in the CET. The admissions would be based on the merit / rank in the CET.
IPU CET 2017 Pattern:
Subjects of Entrance Test:
(iii) Mathematics – (33.33%)
Total Marks - 600
150 objective questions
4 marks for each correct answer
1 mark deducted for each wrong answer or more than one answer for each question
Medium of exam - English
Duration – 2 pm to 4.30pm
For marking / writing on the OMR answer sheet, a black ball pen should (only) be used.
In case of a Tie:
i. The candidates getting higher marks in Mathematics part of CET shall rank higher.
ii. In case of candidates securing equal marks in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry,
Mathematics: as well as in Mathematics separately in CET, then the candidate getting
higher marks in Physics shall rank higher.
iii. In case of tie in (i) and (ii) above, the candidate older in age shall rank higher
Upto 12th class under the 10+2 Scheme for the students passing class 12th in the year 2017.
Ambala ,Bangalore, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Delhi, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Jallandhar, Kolkata, Lucknow, Siliguri, Udaipur, Varanasi
Non-Minority Colleges/Institutes located in NCT / NCR of Delhi
a) 85% seats are reserved for Delhi Region Candidates, i.e. those who have passed the qualifying examination from any school/Institute located in NCT of Delhi.
b) 15% seats are reserved for Outside Delhi Region Candidates, i.e. those who have passed the qualifying examination from any school/ Institute located outside Delhi. These seats will be filled up through the merit/rank list of the CET-2016 prepared for Outside Delhi Region Candidates.
The university will be conducting online counseling as per the schedule:
Registration for Counselling - 30/05/17 to 08/06/17
First Counselling: Round 1 (online)
- Choice Filling - 30/05/17 to 11/06/17
- Seat Allotment - 12/06/17 to 15/06/17
- Fees Payment - 16/06/17 to 20/06/17
- Freezing of allotment - 16/06/17 to 22/06/17
- Withdrawal of Admission - 16/06/17 to 22/06/17
Second Counselling: Round 2 (online)
- Choice change after payment of fees of first round - 16/06/17 to 22/06/17
- Seat Allotment - 23/06/17 to 28/06/17
- Fees Payment - 29/06/17 to 04/07/17
- Freezing of allotment - 29/06/17 to 04/07/17
- Withdrawal of Admission - 29/06/17 to 04/07/17
Third Counselling: Round 3 (online)
- Choice change after payment of fees of second round - 29/06/17 to 04/07/17
- Seat Allotment (of reserved category with inter conversions, if any) - 05/07/17 to 10/07/17
- Seat Allotment (of open/general category with conversions, if any)
- Fees Payment - 11/07/17 to 14/07/17
- Sliding Round - 15/07/17 to 18/07/17
- Printing of "Provisional Seat Allotment Letter" - 19/07/17 to 21/07/17
- Reporting to Allotted Institutions for joining etc - 19/07/17 to 21/07/17
- Display of Open House Counselling Schedule, if required - 22/07/17 to 23/07/17
- Open House Counselling / Spot Counselling - 24/07/17 to 31/07/17
Jamia Millia Islamia is an “A” grade Central University accredited by NAAC and is an ensemble of a multi layered educational system which covers all aspects of schooling, undergraduate and postgraduate education. The National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions on 22 February 2011 granted “Minority Institution” status to Jamia Millia Islamia under Article 30(1) of the constitution read with Section 2(G) of the National Commission for Minorities Institutions Act.
The Jamia Millia Islamia conducts Undergraduate, Postgraduate, M.Phil and Ph.D. as well as Diploma and Certificate courses.
Admission to B.Tech./B.Arch. programmes of Jamia Millia Islmaia for the sessions 2017-18 is based on the performance in JEE(Main)-2017 Examination that was conducted by CBSE.
The seats for admission to B.Tech. and B.Arch. programs at JMI will be allotted as per prescribed JMI’s Admission procedure, Applicable Reservation of Seats (Section 4.0)and MERIT solely determined by the performance in JEE (Main)-2017 Paper 1 and Paper-2 respectively.
Jamia Millia Islamia offers following B.Tech programmes (8 Sem Course):
- B.Tech in Civil Engineering,
- B.Tech in Computer Engineering
- B.Tech in Electrical Engineering
- B.Tech in Electronics & Comm Engineering
- B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering
Intake - 75 seats in each of 5 branches of engineering
JMI also offers following B.Arch programmes (5 Year Course):
- B. Arch,
- B, Arch (Self Finance)
Eligibility (same as that of JEE MAIN):
- Only those candidates whose date of birth falls on or after October 01, 1992 are eligible. However, in the case of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Persons with Disabilities (PwD) candidates, upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years
- Only those candidates who have passed their Class 12th Exam or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2015 or 2016; or those who are appearing in their Class 12th Exam or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2017 are eligible to appear in JEE(Main)- 2017
- Candidates must have taken at least five subjects in class 12th/qualifying examination in order to be eligible for writing JEE (Main) - 2017
- The number of attempts which a candidate can avail at JEE (Main) shall be limited to 03 (three).
- JEE MAIN 2017 (Paper and Pen) – 02/04/2017
- JEE MAIN 2017 (Online) – 08/04/2017 and 9/04/2017
- Admission Application Form for B.Tech/B.Arch - 02-02-2017 to 11-03-2017
- Display of shortlisted candidates on JMI’s web site – 30-06-2017 to 05-07-2017
- First semester starts - 01-08-2017
Application: Online application needs to be filled within the dead line. A fee of Rs.500 needs to be paid by any one of the ways - credit card/debit card/net banking
Muslim minority reservation:
- 1) 30% of the total number of seats in each Program shall be earmarked for Muslim applicants.
- 2) 10% of the total number of seats in each Program shall be earmarked for Women applicants who are Muslims.
- 3) 10% of the total number of seats in each Program shall be earmarked for “Other Backward Classes” (OBCs) and Scheduled Tribes who are Muslims, as per the list notified by the Central Government
West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WBJEE)
The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board wis for the academic session 2017-2018, Common Entrance Examination for admission to Undergraduate Courses in Engineering & Technology, Pharmacy and Architecture in Universities, Govt. Colleges and Self Financed Institutes in the State.
Eligibility criteria for appearing in the WBJEE-2017:
a) Applicant must be a citizen of India.
b) The lower age limit is 17 (seventeen) years as on 31.12.2017
General Academic Criteria:
a) Candidate must have passed the ‘10+2’ examination with Physics and Mathematics along with any one of Chemistry /Biotechnology / Biology / Computer Science / Computer Application as compulsory subjects with individual pass marks (in both theory and practical wherever applicable) in all the three subjects as stated above in regular class mode.
b) Must have obtained at least 45% marks (40% in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the above three subjects taken together.
c) Must have passed English in the ‘10+2’ examination with at least 30% marks
For Institute specific eligibility criteria, please refer to the bulletin
- Start of Online form fill-up - 05/01/2017
- Last date of online form filling up/payment/ download of confirmation page - 04/02/2017
- Window for correction of details - 06/02/17 to 08/02/17
- Download of Admit Card - 12/04/2017 (tentative)
- Date of Examinations - 23/04/2017
- Paper-I (Mathematics) - 11:00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
- Paper-II (Physics & Chemistry) - 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Publication of Results - 05/06/2017 (tentative)
Pen and paper based examination with two papers
Paper-I - Mathematics and Paper-II - Physics & Chemistry combined.
All questions will be of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) type, with four options against each of the questions. Answers to be marked with blue/black ball point pen.
There will be three categories of questions in each of the subjects.
|Subject||Category 1||Category 2||Category 3||Total Questions||Total Marks|
|Mathematics||50qx1 marks||15qx2 marks||10qx2 marks||75||100|
|Physics||30qx1 marks||5qx2 marks||5qx2 marks||40||50|
|Chemistry||30qx1 marks||5qx2 marks||5qx2 marks||40||50|
In Category I: Only one answer option is correct;
In Category-II: Only one answer option is correct;
In Category-III: One or more answer options are correct.
- Only one option is correct.
- Correct response will yield 1 (one) mark.
- Incorrect response will yield -1/4 (25% negative) marks.
- For any combination of response with more than one option, the said answer will be treated as incorrect and will yield -1/4 (25% negative) marks.
- Only one option is correct.
- Correct response will yield 2(two) marks.
- Incorrect response will yield -1/2 (25% negative) marks.
- For any combination of response with more than one option, the said answer will be treated as incorrect and will yield -1/2 (25% negative) marks.
- One or more options may be correct.
- Only all Correct response will yield 2(two) marks.
- Any combination of correct and wrong response will be treated as incorrect and will yield 0 (zero) mark.
- For partially correct response, marks awarded will be = 2 x (no. of correct options marked x total no. of correct options).
Publication of Merit Lists:
The merit list is prepared based on the score of candidates appeared in all the subjects (i.e. mathematics, physics & chemistry) in the WBJEE-2017.
Separate reserved category merit rank will also be published for respective category of students e.g. SC Rank, ST Rank, OBC-A Rank, OBC-B Rank, PwD Rank, TFW Rank.
Tie-breaking Rule for Merit Rank List-I (GMR): applicable for Engineering Merit Rank
- Less negative marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry taken together
- More positive marks in Mathematics and Physics taken together
- More positive marks in Mathematics and Chemistry taken together
- Less negative marks in Mathematics and Physics taken together
- Less negative marks in Mathematics and Chemistry taken together
- More positive marks in Mathematics for only the 2 marks questions
- More positive marks in Physics for only the 2 marks questions
- More positive marks in Chemistry for only the 2 marks questions
- Less negative marks in Mathematics for only the 2 marks questions
- Less negative marks in Physics for only the 2 marks questions.
After application of the Tie-breaking Rules, if tie still exists, the older candidate will be given preference over the younger one.
Category of participating institutions and scope of admission:
There are five (5) Categories of Institutions participating (PI) in the admission system through the WBJEE-2017.
State funded/State aided Universities / Univ. Departments (U)
a) 100% seats in respect of all available courses shall be admitted through the WBJEE-2017.
b) The fees for study in such Institutions shall be guided by relevant Fee-Structure of respective Universities.
Government Engineering & Technology Colleges (G)
a) 100% seats in respect of all available courses shall be admitted through the WBJEE-2017.
b) The fees for study in such Institutions shall be guided by relevant Fee-Structure as may be defined by the State Government in the Higher Education Department.
Private & Self Financing Universities (PU)
The quantum of the seats available for admission through the WBJEE-2017 would be shown in the Seat Matrix by the WBJEE during the counseling and admission process.
Separate Fee-Structures are available for study in such Private & Self Financing Universities as may be defined by the respective Universities or by the State Government in the Higher Education Department.
Private & Self Financing Engineering & Technology Colleges- Non-Minority Institutions (P)
90% of the Seats will be available for admission through the WBJEE-2017 and the remaining 10% seats shall be available for admission through the All India Engineering Entrance Examination-2017 i.e. the JEE-Main-2017.
However, there may be some Institutions allowed to admit students under management quota (up-to a maximum of 10% seats). Admission to such seats will be made by respective Institution through the WBJEE-2017 and/or JEE Main-2017.
Separate Fee-Structures are available for study in such Private & Self Financing Institutions.
Private & Self Financing Engineering & Technology Colleges- Minority Institutions (PM)
50% of the seats will be available for admission through the WBJEE-2017. Admission to remaining 50% of the seats will be made through a separate Common Entrance Examination conducted by the Association of Minority Professional Academic Institutions (named as CEE-AMPAI).
Availability of seats under the Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW) Scheme
- This Scheme (TFW) is for meritorious and economically backward students domiciled in West Bengal for admission to all the participating institutes/universities. However, for Universities/University Departments, quantum of availability of such seats is under the discretion of the University Authorities.
- For all the government as well as private & self financing Engineering /Technology /Pharmacy colleges, a maximum of 5% of sanctioned intake per course is available on supernumerary basis (over and above the sanctioned seats) for admission under TFW scheme.
- Selection of candidates for the TFW scheme shall be decided on the basis of merit WBJEE-2017 and preference of eligible students in WBJEE-2017.
- The student must be domiciled in West Bengal and the domicile certificate has to be produced during counseling and admission.
- Total annual Family Income of the student from all sources must be less than Rs. 2.50 lakhs
- The waiver is limited to the Tuition Fee only. All other fees will have to be paid by the beneficiary
An online application form has to be submitted along with the fee of Rs.500 plus bank service charges.