The candidate can also apply through CAP.
The online application form is available on the college Official website.
They can fill the Online application form. Printout of the filled application form along with necessary documents must be submitted in the college office.
The necessary documents are listed as follows:
SSC Mark sheet.
HSC Mark sheet.
School Leaving Certificate after passing HSC.
Certificate of Indian Nationality.
A true copy of Aadhar card.
CAP allotment letter.
Receipt-cum Acknowledgement from FC/ ARC.
JEE [Main] scorecard.
And with all the Government certificate and Bank details.
NRI candidates should provide documents as mentioned in common guidelines issued by Admission Regulating Authority, Government of Maharashtra.
Admission in KJSIEIT, Mumbai is based on the inter-se-merit.
51% of SI for Gujarati Linguistic Seats will be admitted through CAP by the Competent Authority [MAH-CET cell, Government of Maharashta].
29% of SI will be admitted through CAP by the Competent Authority.
15% of SI Institute level will get through CAP by the Competent Authority.
5% NRI seats will be filled by the Institute at Institute Level.
The candidate must be an Indian citizen to get admitted in KJ Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology, Mumbai admission 2019
The examinee must pass in their 12 standards with Mathematics as the main subject.
They should have obtained total marks not less than 45% in B.Sc Degree.
Or the examiner should obtain a minimum of 45% in Diploma course in Engineering and Technology.
K.J. Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology is one of the colleges by the well known Somaiya trust and has been accredited with 'A' grade by NAAC committee as well as the three out of four programs provided by the college namely Electronics, Electronics and telecommunications and Computer engineering have been accredited by the NBA committee.
He/she should have an undergraduate degree. He/she should have all the legal documents shown in the list of documents provided by the college. There is no entrance exam. The typical cutoff for my course for reserved caste was around 80%.
The admission is given by the Maharashtra board exams as well as state common entrance exam MHT-CET. The college doesn't have a very high cut off.