AEEE Application Form 2018 has been released by Amrita University. AEEE 2018 is a university level engineering entrance exam. It is conducted by Amrita University. Amrita Entrance Examination Engineering 2018 determines merit / rank for B.Tech admissions at Amrita Schools of Engineering.
Candidates can register for AEEE 2018 by filling and submitting application form online or offline. Process of applying online involves three steps only, that are, fill personal details, upload photo and signature, pay fees. Otherwise one can apply offline by purchasing OMR form which has to be filled and submitted to Admissions Coordinator. A PDF file containing guidelines for AEEE 2018 Registration and Application Form submission is also available. Check eligibility criteria before filling AEEE Application Form 2018. Candidates must submit application form of AEEE 2018 before last date which is March 31, 2018.
In order to be eligible for admission to B.Tech in Amrita, a candidate should have passed class 12 / HSC with at least 60% aggregate in mathematics, physics and chemistry and not less than 55% in each of these subjects. Age limit also applies; date of birth of candidate should be on or after July 1, 1997.
B.Tech aspirants can register for the 2018 Amrita Entrance Examination Engineering at amrita.edu. The first step involves creating a profile in online admissions portal. Next, they have to upload a recent colour photograph and signature. The final step is paying application fee of INR 1000. It is interesting to note that application is same as last year, whereas some other private universities have increased application fee amount for engineering entrance exams this year.
Application form / registration charges can be paid via net banking, debit card, credit card, demand draft; this is applicable in case of online form filling. Whereas those who apply offline by procuring OMR forms can either pay the fee amount at the time of getting the form in person or pay through a demand draft while getting the form by post.
There are over a million (or millions of) engineering aspirants in India. They are students who have studied physics, chemistry, mathematics in classes 11 and 12, or HSC as it is more commonly known as, solely with the aim of getting a seat in an engineering college.
The total number of undergraduate seats in engineering programs in India exceeds a whopping 15 million. Even then, many students do not get admission. Why? The main reason is probably that students are not always aware of the options.
Usually, after class 12 they apply for national level exam Joint Entrance Examination Mains (JEE Main 2018 application form can be filled from December 1), and one state level entrance exam. Applying to at least other engineering entrance exams that are of university-level vastly increases chances of admission in the same session. Engineering aspirants are urged to know about all engineering entrance exams that take place in India and decide which ones they should go for.
Amrita entrance exam is scheduled to be held on April 28, 2018, as pen and paper test, and from April 19 to 22, 2018 as a computer based test. A student can choose to appear in any one mode. The only catch is that the offline exam will be held at limited centres, that too only in Tamilnadu, Karnataka, Kerala. Whereas the online mode exam will be in almost all major cities in India.
Amrita Vishwavidyapeetham will publish entrance exam result on May 5, 2018. After that, candidates will attend counselling during which they get seats allotted on basis of their ranks. Thus, rank obtained in entrance exam plays a key role in admission process.
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham (deemed to be) is a University was established under section 3 of the UGC Act 1956. NAAC has accredited it with grade A, both in consecutive terms. It also enjoys the status of being in category I as per Panel Report (2010) on Deemed Universities by HRD Ministry. Another feather in the cap for Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is that bagged rank 9 among all universities in India as per National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2017 of MHRD, GOI.
If you are also dreaming to become an engineer, what exams have you decided to apply for? Are you applying to only national level exams or state level exams or you will appear in university level entrance exams also? Share your thoughts in comments below.