The applicants are expected to have passed [10+2] exam conducted by the central board of secondary education or any of its state equivalents with a minimum aggregate of 50% of marks overall along with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics mandatory subjects from any recognized university/institution under AICTE.
An aggregate marks relaxation of 5% is allowed for the SC/ST candidates.
Streams under B.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:
Streams under MBA:
The applicants willing to join the institution for B.Tech course should have fulfilled the above-mentioned criteria and have to appear for the entrances exams like JEE(Mains), an all India entrance exam or the TNEA(Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions) or TANCET(TamilNadu Common Entrance test) which are the two state board run examination for the admissions of the candidates into the undergraduate courses.
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.
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 Exam, XAT, MAT Exam, 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.
Once the candidates successfully complete the process of taking up the entrance exam, they have to go through the concerned admission counseling process to avail themselves a seat in the institution based on their performance at the entrance tests and the marks scored in the concerned qualifying exams.
At the Counseling process, once the candidates get themselves a seat in a course, they are expected to lock in the seat and report back to the institution with the proof of seat allocation by the counseling board.
Candidates are also expected to get all the necessary documents required by the institution.
There will be further screening rounds for the candidates seeking an admission into the course of MBA like group discussion and personal interview.
I Have chosen my college through counseling. I have chosen Electronics & Communication Engineering.The college will be available based on the cutoff marks in HSC. I have scored 180 cut off in my board exams.I am feeling happy now, I have selected a good college for my career. The eligibility to Join is to get the cutoff above 170 in HSC. For ECE - 185 to 190 For EEE - 180 to 185