First Year B. E.

Eligibility Criterions:

For First Year Engineering and Technology.

  • Eligibility conditions and requirements for admissions
  • Maharashtra State Candidature Candidate.- (i) The Candidate should be an Indian National; (ii) 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 50% marks (at least 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the above subjects taken together; Or (ii) Passed Diploma in Engineering and Technology and obtained at least 50% marks (at least 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only); Or ii) Passed B.Sc. Degree from a Recognised University as defined by UGC and obtained at least 50% marks (at least 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only); (iii) Obtained score in MHT-CET 2016 conducted by the Competent Authority.
  • All India Candidature Candidates, Jammu and Kashmir Migrant Candidature Candidates.- (i) The Candidate should be an Indian National; (ii) 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 50% marks (at least 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the above subjects taken together; Or (ii) Passed Diploma in Engineering and Technology and obtained at least 50% marks (at least 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only); Or ii) Passed B.Sc. Degree from a Recognised University as defined by University Grants Commission and obtained at least 50% marks (at least 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only); (iii) Obtained score in MHT-CET 2016 or JEE Main Paper I.
  • Children of NRI / OCI / PIO, Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries, Foreign National.- The candidate should have passed the 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 50% marks;

 

 

  • Preparation of Merit List.-

(1) Assignment of merit number.- All the eligible Candidates who have submitted Application Form on or before the last date specified for the submission of Application Form for Admission through CAP shall be assigned a merit number. The merit list shall be prepared on the basis of score obtained by adding CET score.

(2) Change of Marks due to verification.-If the marks in the qualifying examination are modified due to verification and the same is duly certified by the concerned Competent Authority or Board, the same shall be reported to the Competent Authority for admission through CAP or its designated representatives immediately. However the effect of such change will be taken into consideration only for the subsequent round (s) of admission.

(3) Method of calculating marks at qualifying examination for deciding eligibility.-While deciding the eligibility of the Candidates following procedure shall be adopted,- (a) The percentage of marks shall be calculated by rounding off to two places after decimal and if the percentage of marks comes out to be 44.50% to 44.99% then it shall be rounded to 45% and if the percentage of marks comes out to be 44.01% to 44.49% shall be rounded to 44% for deciding the eligibility. (b) In case the maximum marks in an individual subject is other than 100, convert the marks out of 100 for individual subject without rounding, If sum of the converted marks of individual subjects without rounding off works out to be a figure with fraction then fraction up to two decimal places shall only be considered for calculation of percentage of marks considering maximum marks as 300 and, If the percentage comes in fraction, then rounding off shall be done as above to decide the eligibility. (c) If letter grades are assigned at SSC, HSC, Diploma, Bachelor of Science or its equivalent examination, the Candidate must submit the certificate of conversion of letter grades into equivalent marks from the concerned Competent Authority or Board at the time of submission of Application Form. The eligibility shall be decided on the basis of equivalent marks. (d) If the Candidate reappears for the qualifying examination with all subjects then the marks obtained in the latest examination shall only be considered.

  • Assignment of Merit Number for various Courses

(i)The merit list for the Candidates shall be prepared on the basis of marks or score secured by the Candidate in the CET conducted by the Competent Authority or marks or score secured in any other examination conducted by the concerned appropriate authority for the purpose of admission to these Courses. Provided that, in case of tie, the relative merit of Candidates shall be resolved in the following order of preference and the methodology as specified below,-

(a) higher marks in Mathematics at CET;

(b) higher marks in Physics at CET;

(c) higher percentage of marks in Board or qualifying examination for Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry taken together ;

(d) higher percentage of marks in the subject Mathematics at HSC;

(e) higher percentage of marks in the subject Physics at HSC ;

(f) higher percentage of marks in Aggregate at HSC.

(ii) The merit list for the NRI /OCI / PIO and Foreign Students Candidates  shall be prepared on the basis of the percentage of marks in the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics added together at Qualifying examination: Provided that, in case of tie, the relative merit of Candidates shall be resolved in the following order of preference and the methodology as specified below,-

(a) higher percentage of marks in Board or qualifying examination for Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry taken together;

(b) higher percentage of marks in the subject Mathematics at HSC;

(c) higher percentage of marks in the subject Physics at HSC ;

(d) higher percentage of marks in Aggregate at HSC.

  • For Direct Second Year (Lateral Entry) Engineering / Technology.

 

  • The Candidate should be an Indian National; (ii) Passed Diploma Course in Engineering and Technology with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates of backward class categories and Persons with Disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) in appropriate branch of Engineering and Technology from an All India Council for Technical Education or Central or State Government approved Institution or its equivalent; Or (ii) Passed B.Sc. Degree from a University Grants Commission (UGC) or Association of Indian Universities recognized University with at least 45% marks (40% in case of candidates of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) and passed HSC with Mathematics as a subject. Provided that students belonging to this category shall clear the subjects of Engineering Graphics/ Engineering Drawing and Engineering Mechanics of the first year Engineering Program along with second year subjects.
  • Assignment of Merit Number for various Courses

The merit list shall be prepared on the basis of marks obtained by the Candidate, on the basis of which Diploma / Degree is awarded by the examining authority: Provided that, in case of tie, the relative merit of different Candidatures shall be resolved in the following order of preference and the methodology as specified below,- (a) higher percentage of marks in SSC;

(b) higher percentage of marks in Mathematics at SSC;

(c) higher percentage of marks in Science at SSC;

  • Centralised Admission Process (CAP).–
  • The Unaided Private Professional Educational Institution shall admit Candidates through the Centralised Admission Process (CAP) as referred in sub-section (3) of section 3 of the Act. The Government, Government Aided and University Department shall also admit the candidates through CAP. The stages of CAP shall be as stated below,-

(a) Display or Publishing of Information Brochure by the Competent Authority. The Information Brochure shall be published on the website of the Competent Authority and the hard copy shall also be provided to candidates on producing the original Hall Ticket of the CET conducted by Competent Authority or at the time of purchasing the Application Kit for Admission.

(b) Filling Online Application Form by Candidate for participation in the Centralised Admission Process.

(i) For First Year Engineering and Technology, Pharmacy, Pharm D., Hotel management & Catering Technology: All the aspiring candidates shall fill in the Online Application Form for admission through their login which is provided to them at the time of applying to the Common Entrance Test conducted for that course. For admissions to first year Engineering and Technology, the eligible candidates aspiring for admission on the basis of JEE (Main) Paper 1 (who could not register for MHT-CET 2016) should apply, by paying required fees, through CAP under All India Seats or to be eligible for admission under Institutional Quota seats.

 (ii) For First and Direct Second Year Engineering and Technology and Pharmacy and First Year Architecture: The eligible candidates are required to purchase the Application Kit from the nearest Facilitation Centre on payment in Cash as given below –

Admission

General Category Candidates , Outside Maharashtra State Candidate and Children of Indian workers in Gulf Countries

Reserved Category candidates from Maharashtra State and Persons with Disability candidates from Maharashtra

Children of NRI / OCI / PIO, Foreign National

First Year Engineering and Technology (Only JEE Candidates)

Rs. 800/- (Online Payment Only)

Rs. 600/- (Online Payment Only)

Rs. 5,000/- (Online Payment Only

Direct Second Year Engineering and Technology

Rs. 500/-

Rs. 400/-

Rs. 5,000/- (Online Payment Only

 (iii) The Application Kit is Non Transferable and amount is Non refundable.

(iv) The candidate should read the information brochure carefully

(v) The candidate should fill the Online Application Form as per the notified schedule for respective admission.

(vi) The list of the Facilitation Centers shall be published on the website. The Facilitation center shall facilitate the candidate to fill the Online Application Form, scan and upload the required documents without any charges.

(vii) The Candidates will also be able to fill in Online Application Form and upload the scanned copies of the required documents through any computer connected to internet from home, cybercafé.

(viii) Candidates are required to fill in all the details as per the instructions.

(ix) After filling the information and submission of Application Form, the Candidates shall verify the data filled and correct it if required. The candidate shall take printout of the form and sign it.

 (x) The Printout of form shall have list of documents required to be produced by the candidate for substantiating his claim made in the application form.

(xi) Candidate can edit/update the information in his application form before he confirms it at any of the Facilitation Centre. (c) Confirmation of Online Application Form and Document Verification at Facilitation Centre by the Candidate in person; (i) The Candidates shall report to any convenient Facilitation Centre in person along with signed printout of application form filled online and the required original documents for verification. (ii) The Facilitation Centre In-charge shall verify the information from the original copies of required documents and collect the duly signed application. (iii) The Facilitation Centre In-charge shall confirm candidate’s Application Form through online system and issue the Receipt cum Acknowledgement of Application Form.

 

  • After confirmation of application form information cannot be changed by candidate.

 Display or Publishing of Provisional merit list, Submission of grievances, if any, and Display or Publishing of Final Merit Lists;

  1. Provisional Merit List of eligible candidates will be displayed on the website.
  2. For discrepancy if any, in the provisional merit list, Candidates can submit the grievances in written along with required document at Facilitation Centre where candidate has confirmed application form within the specified grievance period given in the schedule.

iii. No document shall be accepted to substantiate the claim made in application after scheduled dates. iv. Final merit lists will be displayed on the website.

NOTE: - The merit list gives relative position of the candidate and it does not guarantee admission to any course.

 

(e) Display of available Category wise Seats (Seat Matrix) for CAP Rounds IThe competent authority shall publish the information about institutes, courses offered, Sanctioned intake and number of seats available for each category before each round.

(f) Filling up and Confirmation of Online Option Form having preferences of Courses and Institutions before CAP Round I - Candidates may fill in maximum 300 choices of Institutes and Courses in decreasing order of their preference. The Option Form once confirmed by the Candidate through their login shall be considered for allotment in CAP Round I, II and III;

(i) In order to participate in the CAP (subject to fulfillment of the eligibility criterion of respective CAP round), it is MANDATORY to fill the Online Option Form for CAP Round I.

(ii) Candidates will be able to fill in the online option form through their login.

(iii) It is mandatory for all candidates to confirm the online option form by himself / herself.

(iv) After confirmation of Option form, the candidate will not be able to change the Options.

(v) Candidates should not disclose their Application ID & Password to others to avoid impersonation. Competent Authority shall not be responsible for submissions done by others on behalf of the candidate. For Security reasons, candidates are instructed to keep changing the password and keep note of it in secured place.

(vi) The serial number of block in the option form indicates preference of choice. Thus the choice code of the institute filled by the candidate in block No. 1 will be his/her first preference (Highest Priority Choice).

(vii) Option form received through online submission only will be considered for further processing.

(viii) Candidate shall confirm the submitted on-line Option Form himself/herself by re-entering Application ID and Password. The candidate can take a printout of the confirmed Option form for his record and future reference

(ix) The candidate can fill in minimum 1 and maximum 300 options. The candidate shall fill the institute choice code against the option number in the online option form.

 (g) Display of Provisional Allotment of CAP Round I indicating allotted institute and Course.

(h) Reporting and accepting the offered seat as per the allotment of the CAP Round I by the Candidate at Admission Reporting Centre.

(i) Display of available Category wise Seats (Seat Matrix) for CAP Rounds II-

(j) Display of Provisional Allotment of CAP Round II indicating allotted institute and Course.

 (k) Reporting and accepting the offered seat as per the allotment of the CAP Round II by the Candidate at Admission Reporting Centre.

(l) Display of available Category wise Seats (Seat Matrix) for CAP Rounds III-

 (m) Display of Provisional Allotment of CAP Round III indicating allotted institute and Course.

(n) Reporting and accepting the offered seat as per the allotment of the CAP Round III, by the Candidate at Admission Reporting Centre.

9 (2) During the CAP, before accepting the allotted seat in Round I, II and III, a Candidate can select the choice of ‘Freeze’, ‘Slide’ or ‘Float’ for subsequent round(s), if any, of seat allocation, as provided below,-

(a) Freeze: Candidates accept the offered seat and they do not want to participate in any further rounds of seat allocation. Such Candidates will not be considered in subsequent rounds of admission;

(b) Slide: Candidates accept the offered seat and indicate that, if admission to the academic program of higher preference is offered within the same Institution, they will accept it. Such Candidates will be considered in subsequent rounds of admission;

(c) Float: Candidates accept the offered seat and indicate that, if admission to an academic program of higher preference in any Institution is offered, they will accept it. Else, they will continue with the currently accepted academic program. Such Candidates will be considered in subsequent rounds of admission;

 (d) Candidate should select the reporting option as ‘Freeze’, ‘Slide’ or ‘Float’ through their login.

(e) If candidate gets better choice in CAP Round II and /or III, Candidate may change the reporting option as ‘Freeze’, ‘Slide’ or ‘Float’ through their login, otherwise earlier option will be carried forward.

(f) For Candidates who choose the Float or Slide option, and secures a seat of his choice of higher preference, then it would automatically result in the forfeiture of the seat accepted by the Candidate in the earlier round;

(g) Sliding and Floating options will not be available to a Candidate who is offered admission to his first choice.

(h) If a candidate fails to report for the acceptance of allotted seat at Admission Reporting Center in scheduled time, It will be treated as if he has rejected the allotted seat and such candidate shall not be eligible for CAP Round II and / or III. However such candidates will be able to participate in CAP Round IV.

  • Conduct of CAP Round-IV.-

(a) The seats available for this round shall be published on the website. The Candidates are allowed to fill in or edit the already filled online option form. The seats to be allotted during this round shall be subject to following conditions.-

 (i) Before start of this round, the Candidates can change their option from Sliding or Floating to Freezing or vice-versa;

(ii) Following candidates will be considered eligible for this round; a. The Candidates who have not been allotted any seat in any of the previous rounds or not participated by the way of not filling the Option form in CAP Round I; or b. Those who have taken and cancelled their admission in the earlier rounds; or

  1. Those who have rejected the offered seat by not reporting to the Admission Centre ; or
  2. Those who have Freezed the admission in earlier rounds but are desirous of changing the option to Floating or Sliding in this final round.

(iii) Candidates who have opted for Floating and Sliding and also applying for this round shall fill in the allotted institution in their choice list. Once the upward allotment is made the earlier allotment automatically stands cancelled;

(iv) Sliding and Floating options are not available for the seats allotted in this round as it is final CAP Round.

 (b) Reporting and accepting the offered seat as per the allotment of the CAP Round IV by the Candidate at Admission Reporting Centre.

  • Reporting and confirmation of admission.-

After final CAP Round, the Candidate shall report to the institution finally allotted to him and confirm his/her admission in the institution.