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Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, [NSIT] New Delhi Admissions 2020

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Application Process for Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, [NSIT] New Delhi Admissions 2020

Application Process-Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, New Delhi

  • Candidates have to go through the official website to fill the "application form"

  • Then, the candidate has to click on 'Admissions' button to know more information about courses, admission, course fee.

  • Candidates have to go through the link to get the online application form.

  • Then, the candidates have to fill the form carefully.

  • Finally, the candidates have to click on 'Submit' button to complete the application process.

  • Payment will be done online by credit/ debit card or by net banking.

Admission Process for Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, [NSIT] New Delhi Admissions 2020

Admission Process-Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, New Delhi

  • Admissions for BE (Full Time) course of the Institute will be done ONLINE through Joint Admission Counselling (JAC) along with other Universities/ Institutes of Govt. of NCT of Delhi viz., Delhi Technological University (DTU)Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW), and Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi (IIITD).

  • For M.Tech admission, candidates will be selected on the basis of GATE score.

  • For further information, candidates should visit the official website.

Eligibility Criteria for Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, [NSIT] New Delhi Admissions 2020

Eligibility Criteria for BE

  • Those candidates who are applying for BE programs should have passed 10+2 or any equivalent examination from any recognized Board with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks along with Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry as compulsory subjects.

  • The applicants who have already appeared (10+2) examination and awaiting results are also eligible to apply for Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, New Delhi admissions 2020.



BE in Instrumentation & Control Engineering

Should have passed 10+2 with minimum 60% marks from any recognized Board

BE in Manufacturing Process & Automation Engineering

BE in Computer Engineering

BE in Electronics & Communication Engineering

BE in Biotechnology

BE in Information Technology

BE in Mechanical Engineering


Eligibility Criteria for M.Tech

For admission in M.Tech programs, the candidate should have completed his/her Graduation and have a Bachelor's degree in Engineering discipline obtained through the 10+2+4 system or an equivalent qualification with a minimum aggregate of 55% or equivalent CGPA from any recognized University incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India.



M.Tech in Signal Engineering

Should have a Bachelor's degree with minimum 55% marks from any recognized University

M.Tech in Biochemical Engineering

M.Tech in Embedded System & VLSI

M.Tech in Information Systems

M.Tech in Process Control

M.Tech in Industrial Electronics

M.Tech in Production Engineering

M.Tech in Engineering Management 

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Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process 2020 for Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, [NSIT] New Delhi Reviews

B.E., batch of 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology offers courses like B.E. ( Bachelor of engineering), Students can get admission through JEE Mains after getting appropriate rank in the exam. Admission occurs in different rounds. Students need to fill different branches according to his/her priority. Students who are general category and from delhi need to get a rank up to eight thousand in Jee mains for getting admission in ECE.

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What is the admission procedure for BE at NSIT

Asked By Rohit,

Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Rohit,

1. Counselling Fee:

To participate in the admission counselling, you’ll have to deposit a Counselling Fee of Rs. 1000/- (in cash only) in any branch of Andhra Bank through a duly filled challan form available on the NSIT website. This amount is non-refundable, and is the same regardless of the category you belong to.

ONLY those students who fill out the form will be eligible to participate in the counselling process.

Sample Bank Challan Form

2. Online Registration:

- Once you pay the fee, log on to the NSIT Website and fill the registration form (which will be displayed in bold) with supposedly the following details: JEE Main Roll No., JEE Rank, Date of Birth and Candidate’s Name.

- After entering these four parameters, there’ll be another registration form where in you can fill all your personal details and a computer generated User ID and Password will be given to you.

- Now you have to take a print out of the final registration, get it attested by the Principal of School/College last attended or Gazetted Officer and produce it at the time of admission.


3. Filling of Choices (one of the most important parameters in the admission process):

- Registration Details: Registration Details are important for seat allotment and should be filled very carefully.  You can rectify/modify your mistake (if any) by using the “Edit Registration” option.

- Available Fill Choices: A list of branches will be provided and you can fill the branches of his/her choice in order of preference. It’s up to you to fill as many options as you want.

- Display Filled Choices: Choices entered by you will be displayed on a different form so that you can check the information entered earlier. You can lock your preferences by pressing the ‘Lock’ button, and then you have to give your password for confirmation.  Once the choices are locked, it cannot be unlocked and hence preferences of the branches cannot be changed. So, be very careful while filling your choices and ‘locking’ them.

- Take a print out of the filled choices; self attest it and produce it at the time of admission.


4. Declaration of Results:

- Once results are declared and your name features on the list of admitted candidates, you need to take a print out of the provisional allotment letter from the NSIT website and report at the NSIT campus on the allotted day with original documents and the institution fees.

- If you do not not report at the time of admission, your seat will be cancelled and you will not be granted admission whatsoever. So, for once in life, DON’T BE LATE!

- If you are admitted to a branch other than that of your desired choice you will be upgraded to your mentioned preference on the basis of JEE Main merit if seats are vacant at a later date.

- You can freeze your admission to whatever stream you have been allotted by requesting the admission committee. Of course, you’ve to give it in writing.


Documents Required:

  • Demand Draft/Pay Order in favor of Director, NSIT, New Delhi, payable at Delhi for payment of prescribed fee.
  • Receipt of Andhra Bank for deposit of one time non-refundable registration fee of Rs. 1000/- by the candidate.
  • Print out of application form duly attested either by Principal of School/Institution last attended or by a Gazetted Officer.
  • Two copies of latest Passport  Size Colour Photographs duly attested by any of the authorities specified at S.No.3 above.
  • The original and attested copy of Admit Card of JEE Main (Not applicable to the nominees of Govt. of India).
  • The original and attested copy of Rank Card of JEE Main (Not applicable to the nominees of Govt. of India).
  • The original and attested copy of Mark Sheet of the qualifying examination.
  • The original and attested copy of Passing Certificate of the qualifying examination.
  • The original and attested copy of class Tenth / High School passing Certificate in support of Date of Birth.
  • The original caste/category certificate and its attested copy (for the reserved category only).
  • The original and attested copy of Medical fitness certificate for all (except PH Category).
  • Medical certificate of physical  challenged (PH), in original, issued by the duly notified Medical Board of a District/Government Hospital set up for examining the physically challenged candidates under the provisions of Persons with Disability (equal opportunities, protection of rights and full participation) Act, 1995. The Certificate should indicate the extent (i.e. percentage) of the physical disability and should bear the  photograph of the candidate concerned by one of the doctors constituting the Board issuing the Certificate.
  • All candidates are required to  bring all the original certificates at the time of admission for verification.

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