Eligibility – Engineering College

Qualifying Examination- Candidates must have passed HSC (Academic: both +1 and +2) or its equivalent with a minimum average percentage (mentioned below) in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together.

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Candidates must have passed HSC in any one of the Vocational Subjects (both +1 and +2) with any one of the Engineering related subjects namely Mathematics, Physics, or Chemistry with a minimum average percentage (mentioned below) put together.

Vocational Subjects for B.E/B.Tech Degree Admission

Group CodeVocational Subjects
421General Machinist
422Electrical Machines and Appliances
423Electronic Equipments
424Draughtsman Civil
425Auto Mechanic
426Textile Technology

Minimum average percentage required

S.No.CategoriesMinimum Average Percentage
2Backward class including backward class Muslim40%
3MBC & DNC40%
4SC/ SCA/ ST40%

Note- Improvement marks of candidates including other state candidates will not be considered from 2006 onwards.

M.E., Thermal Engineering Course Eligibility

Candidate must have passed the B.E/B.Tech or equivalent examination in Mechanical engineering/Automobile engineering/Production engineering/Mechanotronics/Aeronautical/Production engineering stream from a recognized state/private/deemed or central University with at least 55% (relaxable for reserved category candidates by 5%) of the marks.

M.E., Structural Engineering Course Eligibility

  • B.E. or B.Tech. in Civil Engineering or attained another equivalent degree such as Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Energy and Environment Engineering from a recognized institute, with a minimum aggregate score of 55%.
  • Students having completed M.Sc. in Environmental Science with at least 50% (45% for SC/ST/OBC candidates) marks in aggregate are also eligible to apply for the course.
  • Students in the last semester of graduation are also eligible to apply, provided they fulfill the other minimum eligibility criteria.

For both Engineering PG Courses:

  • Applicant shall not be having any backlog or compartment in any of the Subject/Subjects at UG level that is yet to be cleared at the time of taking admissions.
  • In case of reserved category students, they would have to present their reservation certificates issued by the competent authorities in order to avail the benefits applicable to them.