Candidates applying for Government College of Engineering and Research, Avasari Khurd admissions 2022 should have passed [10+2] qualifying examination or its Equivalent with Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry/Biotechnology, Language and any other subject either from a state/central Board.
The candidate should have a valid score in MHT-CET 2022 to get admission in the first year of engineering.
The candidate should have passed the diploma qualifying examination to get admission for lateral entry in engineering.
BE (Computer Science & Engineering)
Candidate must have passed [10+2] qualifying examination from a recognized board/institution.
BE (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering)
BE (Civil Engineering)
BE (Automobile Engineering)
BE (Instrumentation and Control)
BE (Mechanical Engineering)
All admissions to the BE course will be carried out under a Centralized Admission Process (CAP) which will be conducted by the state government.
Candidates will have to follow the counselling process for MHT-CET 2022 in order to apply and participate.
Post the CAP counselling, the remainder of the seats will be allotted through one round of institution-level counselling for eligible students.
SSC Mark List
HSC/Diploma/B.Sc. Mark list
Leavening Certificate /Migration
Certificate CET Score
Card Income Certificate (if required)
Academic GAP Certificate (if required)
Anti-Ragging undertaking + email message
Undertaking by Parents
Five envelopes with parent's correspondence address and Rs. 5.00 postal stamp affixed on each
Caste Certificate (If applicable)
Caste Validity Certificate / Proforma H (If applicable)
Non-Creamy Layer Certificate (except SC/ST) (If applicable)
Domicile Certificate of Candidate (If applicable)
Once the seat is allotted candidates need to keep ready all the documents required as per the directions given in the official website.
Fill out the application process form accurately and completely.
Report to the college on the stipulated date along with the required documents.
Pay the fees using challan/ online payment.
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Samruddhi | Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Computer Science and Engineering), batch of 2019
Reviewed on Jul 02, 2019
The eligibility criteria of my college is to fill the form on the website and it's depended on the cap round. If we go to the highest cutoffs, we would get the branch we want but when the cutoffs go down it ends in the insturmention branch. And the highest cutoffs for our college is for the civil branch. As the government college cut-offs are highest. The exam which we applied for entering engineering is cet and jee. I gave both the exams. Last year I got admission through spot round. And there are cutoffs depending on different branches. My course in computer science and engineering, the cutoff was 90 last year.
Akshay | Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electronics & Communication Engineering), batch of 2027
Reviewed on Nov 25, 2016
Prashant | Bachelor of Engineering [BE], batch of 2019
Reviewed on Jun 27, 2019
It is one of the best college in Maharashtra. It is not autonomous college but it is more than autonomous college. In this college student growth is very high as compare to other colleges in Maharashtra.
Miheer | Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Mechanical Engineering), batch of 2019
Reviewed on Feb 13, 2018
The admission eligibility criteria are based on JEE MAIN exam percentage. The admission procedure is done through DTE cap rounds. The typical cutoff for our course is 88%.
Shruti | Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech], batch of 2021
Reviewed on Dec 19, 2017
I got into this college by appearing for entrance exam called MHT CET, I am studying metallurgical and material science in COEP, cutoff this year for this course was 142.