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B.Tech Admissions on the basis of Class 12th - In this competitive scenario, students start preparing for entrance exams at a very early stage while still in their school days. While entrance exams are their gateway after their 10+2, to get seats in good engineering colleges, it is a fact that the effort and dedication required for this is massive. The struggle to get admission on the basis of entrance exam is huge because the competition and performance pressure exceeds countable limits. Amidst this pressure and performance play, some candidates fail to cope up and end up disappointed. Some of them choose not to appear for all the entrance exams and choose one or two. Increasingly, many students are looking for the engineering admissions on the basis of their class 12th marks. It is one means of availing admissions in some good colleges and universities. However, the details about B.Tech admissions on the basis of Class 12th are not really well known. Careers360 has compiled the information regarding admission to B.Tech on the basis of class XII in this article for students who do not wish to take part in rat race that constitutes engineering entrance exams in India. This information will be useful to even those students who have not been able to score well in JEE Main. Check the details for all the B.Tech Admissions on the basis of Class XII available in the country.
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An important point to be noted is that while the B.Tech Admissions on the basis of Class 12th are a reality, they however are subservient to admissions through entrance exams like JEE (Main) or the state held entrance exams. Candidates also may note that the admissions to the state based colleges may be subject to domicile regulations giving preference to the state candidates. All candidates are advised to check their eligibility in addition to the details of the institutions that offer B.Tech Admissions on the basis of Class XII.
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B.Tech Admissions on the basis of Class 12th– A quick glance at Important Dates
Application Start Date (Tentative)
Application End Date (Tentative)
First week of May
First week of June
Last week of June
Third week of May
Third week of June
MP B.Tech admissions
Second to fourth week of July
Last week of July
Punjab B.Tech admission
Second week of June
First week of April
1. Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions aka TNEA – Conducted byAnna University, TNEA is as the name suggests based on the marks obtained in the qualifying exam i.e. 10+2.
Other state candidates
1. B.E./ B.Tech – 4 academic years consisting of 8 semeste
2. B.E. (Sandwich) – 5 academic years made up of 10 semesters
Candidates applying need to have passed their HSC/ class XII or any equivalent exam with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as subjects.
Application is online and fees to be paid are
It is conducted in offline mode. The seats will be allotted to candidates on the basis of their choice filling, class XII merit and availability of seats in the programme
Candidates who are Indian citizens but not a native of Tamil Nadu can apply for TNEA under the other-state quota.
Seats available to other state students through TNEA
Name of the State / Union territory
Jammu & Kashmir
Dadra & Nagar Haveli (UT)
Daman & Diu (UT)
2. Rajasthan Engineering Admission Process or REAP – Conducted by Rajasthan Technical University (RTU) Kota, admission to B.Tech programmes are on the basis of JEE Main scores or class 12th board percentile with preference being given to JEE Main candidates.
B.Tech courses at Government Aided and Private unaided technical institutions of Rajasthan affiliated to RTU M.B.M. Engineering College, Jodhpur and CTAE, Udaipur
Candidates need to have passed their 10+2 of Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan (BSER) or any equivalent exam with minimum 45% marks in aggregate with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects, and any of the following as optional subject – Chemistry/ Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology. However, candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC - NCL/SBC – NCL categories of Rajasthan need to have 40% in their 10+2 with the same subjects as mentioned above. It is to be noted that all candidates reserved or unreserved need to get passing marks in each of these subjects individually. According to the age criteria, candidates need to be born on or after October 1, 1993. whereas, candidates belonging to SC, ST, and PwD categories will have age relaxation up to 5 years.
The application form of REAP will release in online mode in the third week of May tentatively. Candidates will be required to fill the details needed, pay the requisite application fee and upload necessary documents while filling the application form. It is important that candidates fill the form carefully and submit it on or before the last specified date which will be tentatively in the third week of June.
The authorities will release the merit list of REAP. The merit list will be prepared separately for JEE Main and class 12th candidates. On the basis of merit list, candidates will be invited for counselling. There will be 3 rounds of counselling in REAP and one special/ spot round. In the first round, candidates from outside Rajasthan will be given seats on merit list basis. In the second round, candidates from Rajasthan (those having state domicile) will be given seats based on merit list. In the third round of counselling, candidates from Rajasthan a) those who had their choice exhausted in the main round of allotment and b) those who report in the allotted institute and opt for upward movement will be given upward movement allotment. Candidates from outside Rajasthan will be permitted to participate in special/ spot round. Candidates who will be allotted seats will have to report at the institute within the prescribed time.
Candidates from outside Rajasthan can apply for REAP.
3. Madhya Pradesh B.E. Admission
Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Madhya Pradesh will offer MP B.E. admission to candidates on the basis of JEE Main and class 12th scores.
Candidates will get admissions to B.E. programmes offered by participating institutes of MP admissions.
Candidates must have passed their 10+2 or equivalent exam from Madhya Pradesh Secondary board or any other recognised board.
Candidates belonging to the SC or ST categories need to score minimum 40% marks in their 10+2 or equivalent exam with Maths and Physics as compulsory subjects and Biology/Chemistry/ Biotechnology/Computer Science as one of the optional subjects.
Candidates must be Madhya Pradesh residents.
Candidates will have register themselves for MP B.Tech admission by filling the application form, tentatively available in the second or fourth week of July. While filling the application form, candidates will have to provide their personal, academic and contact details. The application form has to be filled and submitted by candidates on or before the end date.
MP B.E. counselling will be conducted separately for candidates applying through JEE Main and class XII qualifying exam. For counselling of MP B.E., candidates will have to register themselves and fill their college and course choices in the order of their priority. The seats will be allotted to candidates on the basis of common merit list released.
Candidates not belonging to Madhya Pradesh are eligible for admission to available seats in autonomous, government-aided, non-government, and self-financed engineering institutions of the state.
4. Punjab B.Tech Admission
I K Gujral, Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar will conduct Punjab B.Tech admission as offered by the participating institutes. Candidates will be considered for admission on the basis of their JEE Main or 10+2 qualifying exam scores.
Candidates will get admission to B.Tech programmes in state colleges.
Candidates should have qualified 10+2 or equivalent exam from a recognized board with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/ Biology as optional subject. Out of the total seats offered for admission, 85% will be reserved for Punjab candidates. Candidates who have completed their Diploma in any of the engineering streams or equivalent from a recognized state board of technical education will also be eligible for admission. Candidates who have qualified the two year certificate programme from Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Longowal (SLIET) will also be eligible to apply.
The registration for Punjab B.Tech admission on the basis of class XII will commence from the first week of June tentatively. Candidates will have to provide their personal and academic details while filling the application form and submit it on or before the end prescribed date.
Candidates will be invited for Punjab B.Tech admission counselling on the basis of rank list, prepared on the basis of their JEE Main and qualifying exam result. During counselling, candidates will be required to pay the fee, register themselves and then fill colleges and courses during choice filling. Candidates will be allotted seats on the basis of their choice filling, merit and availability of seats.
15% of seats are reserved for candidates from outside Punjab.
5. Sastra University
The B.Tech admission at Sastra University will be in two streams. In stream 1, B.Tech admissions will be on the basis of JEE Main 2018 and qualifying exam scores for 70% seats. In stream 2, B.Tech admissions will be on the basis of qualifying exam scores for remaining 30% seats.
Sastra University offers admission to B.Tech programmes.
Candidates must have passed their 10+2 or any equivalent exam from any recognized State Board/ Central Board or any other accepted by the university with Mathematics & Physics as compulsory subjects and any one of the following as third subject - Chemistry/ Bio‐Technology/ Computer Science/ Biology. Candidates applying must have obtained minimum 60% aggregate marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Bio‐Technology/Computer Science/Biology in a single sitting in 10+2 or any equivalent exam. To be eligible, candidates need to be less than 19 years of age as on July 1 in the year of applying.
The application form of Sastra University will be released in the first week of April in both online and offline mode. Candidates need to provide the required details and submit the form on or before the last date of application form.
The counselling at Sastra University for stream 1 will be conducted during the third week of June and seats will be allotted on the basis of their JEE Main scores and normalised 10+2 scores. However, the counselling for stream 2 will be conducted only on the basis of 10+2 scores of the candidates.
The admission at Sastra will be open to all state candidates.
With these options available for B.Tech admissions on the basis of class 12th, candidates must be hopeful and positive about their futures ahead!
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