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B.Tech, MBA, M.Tech Admissions 2019 in Orissa Engineering College, [OEC] Bhubaneswar

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B.Tech, MBA, M.Tech Eligibility/Admission Criteria, Application Process and Admission details 2019 for Orissa Engineering College, [OEC] Bhubaneswar

Eligibility Criteria for B.Tech:

Passed or appearing in, 10+2 examination of CHSE, Odisha or equivalent with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the subjects from Chemistry / Biotechnology / Biology/ Electronics / Computer Science / Information Technology/ Geology / Statics. The candidate should have passed individual subject and must have obtained at least 45% marks (40% in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST category) in the above subjects taken together.

Streams under B.Tech:

  • Electronics & Communications Engineering
  • Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • Computer Science & Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering

Eligibility Criteria for MBA, M.Tech:

The candidates should be a graduate with a bachelor's degree in Science or Engineering discipline in the concerned fields in which they would pursue the PG course obtained through a minimum of a 10+2+3 system or an equivalent qualification with a minimum aggregate of 50% of marks overall.

Streams under M.tech:

  • Computer Science & Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Application Process for B.Tech:

The candidates can apply for the admission process of the institution in three ways:

  • Through OJEE (Odisha joint entrance exam).This entrance test is specifically conducted for the applicants of the state of Odisha.
  • Candidates can also apply through the all India entrance exam, JEE Mains.
  • Candidates can also get an admission by institutional quota(management quota) whose rights are all reserved by the institution.

Application Process for M.Tech:

All the aspiring candidates seeking admission into the institution should have to apply for GATE examination which is an entrance examination for most of the M.Tech offered institutions.

The scores obtained in the exam is taken into consideration at the time of admissions.

Application Process for MBA:

Candidates seeking admission in the course of MBA must have to appear for one of the prescribed entrance exams suggested by the institution.

All the aspiring candidates seeking admission into the institution should have to apply for CAT, XAT, MAT, CMAT, SNAP examination which are the entrance examinations for most of the MBA offered institutions.The scores obtained in the exam is taken into consideration at the time of admissions.

Admission Process for B.Tech:

The basic requirement for any candidate who seeks an admission into the institution is that he/she should have qualified the eligibility criteria set by the institution.

Further, the candidate should have to appear for the JEE entrance examination or any other equivalent state entrance examination.

The candidates can also attain an admission into the institution by the institute quota(management quota) if any seats remain unallocated.

After going through the counseling process of either JEE mains or the state board, the candidates are expected to lock in or report back to the institution respectively.

The same process holds good for OJEE Exam as well.

Admission Process for M.Tech, MBA:

The candidates are expected to appear for the entrance test and attain a certain score they will be allotted a rank based on their merit.

The candidates have to go through the concerned counseling process and if allocated a seat in the institution, the candidates are expected to lock in or report back to the institution respectively.

Once the candidates appear at the admissions department of the college, they will have to apply for the course and the candidates will be taken through further rounds of group discussion and personal interview.

The candidates can also attain an admission into the institution by the institute quota(management quota) if any seats remain unallocated.

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