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Vishal | Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electrical and Electronics Engineering), batch of 2018
Reviewed on Jun 11, 2018
The eligibility criteria over the diploma lateral entry students is 75 % of aggregate and should have the DCET ranking less than 3000 There is no entrance exam for the admission For the electrical branch there were more competitive students who have scored well in their DCET ranking and as well as aggregate at their diploma studies The overall college is excellent rather than the main drawback is the college is far away from city Area.
Rakesh | Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Mechanical Engineering), batch of 2016
Reviewed on Dec 06, 2016
Sumaira | Computer science and Engineering , batch of 2017
Reviewed on Apr 23, 2018
The eligibility criteria were passing the second PUC with 50% and also getting qualified for common entrance test (CET) exam. The admission procedure was getting done with CET counseling and paying fees in the allotted colleges. The entrance exam I took was CET. Typical cut off was 50%
Naveen | Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Mechanical Engineering), batch of 2016
Reviewed on Jan 10, 2018
To study at ATMECE, you just need to have 50+% in PUC. You need to take KCET exam with a score of 70k rank. Usually cutoff will be between 30k to 70k depends on the category.
Mayur | Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Mechanical Engineering), batch of 2020
Reviewed on Jun 01, 2018
The student must be passed the 12th exam. You have to give CET or COMEDK as entrance exam.