Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University has announced the result of Amrita Engineering Entrance Exam (AEEE) 2021. Further, the University has notified that result has not been published for those candidates who were found responsible for malpractices during the online proctored exam. To object this, candidates can send grievances via e-mail to the University. These candidates will be allowed to apply for the next phase of the exam only after their grievances are reviewed.
Amrita University has announced the result on May 11, 2021 at amrita.edu. The candidates can check their result at aoap.amrita.edu. To do so, candidates to login with their email id and password to check the scores there.
The phase 1 exams were conducted on April 17-18, 2021 as an online remote proctored test only. The candidates who have qualified the exam shall soon receive information about the counselling.
The result calculation is done on the basis of the marking scheme of the entrance exam. The result for the AEEE 2021 is calculated by adding 3 marks for all correct answers and deducting 1 mark for all the wrong answers. This is how the raw marks for the exam is calculated.
Amrita University has notified that the seat intake / cutoff depends on the number of applicants applied to each campus. Admissions are based on the scores secured in either Amrita Entrance Exam (AEEE) 2021 / JEE 2021 / SAT or PUEE.
Phase 2 of AEEE 2021 will be held from June 11 to 14, 2021. Unlike the phase 1 exam, the AEEE phase 2 is going to be held in the remote proctored mode as well as computer-based test (CBT) mode, as notified on the website of the University amrita.edu.
The application process to apply for AEEE 2021 is open. The last date to apply for the exam will depend on the JEE Mains score publication, +2 results, etc.
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham has already intimated the AEEE 2021 syllabus and scheme of the exam. The question paper, consisting of a total of 60 questions, is based on the four subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English. Each of these subjects consists of 15, 10, 30 and 5 multiple-choice questions (MCQs), respectively.
There will also be a phase 3 of AEEE 2021 by end of June / beginning of July 2021. It must be noted that the All-India Ranks of the candidates in AEEE 2021 will be released after the completion of all three phases. If the candidate appears in more than one Session then the the attempt with best scores will be considered for preparation of Merit List / Ranking