Kerala M.Tech Admission 2020 - Department of Technical Education (DTE), Kerala will be responsible for Kerala M.Tech 2020 admission which will provide M.Tech admissions to eligible candidates. The application form for Kerala M.Tech admission 2020 will be available tentatively from the first week of June. After filling out the form in online mode, the print out has to be sent to the authorities through post along with other required documents. Kerala M.Tech 2020 admission will be done on the basis of GATE scores. However, vacant seats will be offered to non-GATE qualified candidates too. During the counselling for Kerala M.Tech admission 2020, allotment will be done on the basis of merit, preferences and availability of seats. Read the full article to know about eligibility, application process, counselling and more of Kerala M.Tech Admission 2020.
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Name of admission process
Kerala M.Tech Admission
Commonly Known As
Department of Technical Education, Kerala
Category of Admission
Level of Admission
Mode of Application
Channel of Admission
Number of Participating Institutes
Candidates can check the important admission dates of Kerala M.Tech 2020 to know when the various events related to the admission process will commence. Since the dates have not been announced yet, the candidates can check the tentative dates given in the table below for reference.
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Important Dates (Tentative)
Availability of application form
First week of June 2020
Final date to submit the application form at DTE
Fourth week of June 2020
Release of provisional rank list
First week of July 2020
Declaration of final rank list
Phase I - Seat allotment
Second week of July 2020
Date for remittance of fee
Third week of July 2020
Rearrangement of options
Phase II - Seat allotment
Fourth week of July 2020
Admission acceptance date
Last week of July 2020
Receipt of non-join report in CET
First week of August 2020
Start of academic session
The authorities will release the eligibility criteria of Kerala M.Tech 2020 for the reference of all candidates. The conditions and requirements that the candidates have to meet will be listed out in the criteria. If the criteria are not met, then the candidature will be cancelled during the seat allotment process.
Should be of Indian nationality.
Candidates should have completed their graduation from an institution approved by AICTE/Deemed Universities in India with minimum aggregate marks of 60% in the qualifying exam. There are no minimum aggregate marks for SC/ST candidates and they are required to just pass. Minimum of 54% aggregate marks have to be secured by SEBC (OBC) candidates in their B.Tech qualifying exam.
Candidates who qualify AMIE/AMIETE examination with minimum 55% in Section B will be eligible for Kerala M.Tech admission 2020.
Those candidates who will be appearing for the final semester exam will also be eligible if they have passed all subjects upto 6th semester (8th semester for B.Arch candidates). The confirmation of such candidates will be confirmed after they produce their qualifying degree before the date allotted by the University.
Should have qualified GATE.
Non-GATE qualified candidates will be given admission on the basis of their B.Tech qualifying exam scores.
Candidates who belong to certain categories will be eligible for reservation as per the guidelines set by Govt. of India. Those candidates who will be applying for reservation should produce the required certificates otherwise their reservation will be cancelled. Reservation for each category will be distributed after observing the general reservation rules of Kerala. Candidates belonging to SEBC (OBC) and OEC categories will have to produce a certificate that they belong to the community but do not belong to the Creamy Layer.
Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC)
Physically Handicapped Candidates
Candidates will be able to access the application form of Kerala M.Tech 2020 tentatively in the first week of June. The required personal, academic and contact details have to be provided by the candidates and it has to be valid in nature. To participate in the admission process, the candidates will have to fill and submit the application form before the final date.
Step 1 - Registration: In the first step, the candidates will have to register through the official website. Details such as name, date of birth, valid email ID, mobile number and more have to be submitted for registration.
Step 2 - Filling of Application Form: Next, the candidates will have to fill the application form with personal, academic, qualifying exam and contact details. Along with the details, the preferred course and college also has to be selected by the candidates.
Step 3 - Payment of Application Fee: After filling out the application form, the candidates will have to application fee through challan. The system generated challan has to be printed out and the fee has to be submitted at the specified branch of State Bank of Travancore.
Step 4 - Submission of Form: Finally, the candidates will have to print out of Kerala M.Tech admission 2020 application form and submit it. The application form has to be sent through post to the given address with the self-attested copies of the required documents.
College of Engineering,
Thiruvananthapuram - 695 016”
List to documents to be attached and submitted with Kerala M.Tech application form 2020
GATE score card
Mark sheet of all semesters and engineering degree certificates
Category certificates issued by authorised official (if applicable)
Counterfoil of the SBT Challan
Medical documents in case of PwD candidate or if required.
Candidates will have to produce Nativity Certificate if required.
Requirements for Nativity Certificate
Should be issued by Village Officer.
Should have the same birth place in Kerala mentioned in the certificate as it is registered in Secondary School Leaving Certificate.
Should have an authentic copy of a relevant page of the candidate’s passport showing place of birth in Kerala.
Must be a birth certificate which has been issued by a competent authority (Panchayat/ Municipality/ Corporation) clearly mentioning the candidate’s place of birth in Kerala
The authorities will release the rank list of Kerala M.Tech 2020 separately for government aided and private institutions. According to the GATE scores, the rank list will be prepared by the authorities. Candidates will be able to check the provisional rank list and then verify their marks/category/branch and more. The final rank list will be released by the authorities and no changes will be accepted by the authorities.
The minimum marks required to secure by the candidates for higher chances of admission will be available in the cutoff of Kerala M.Tech 2020. The authorities will release the cutoff after each round of counselling is over. Various factors related to the examination such as number of seats, number of candidates, previous year cutoff trends and more will be checked while preparing the cutoff.
Qualified candidates will be able to participate in the counselling of Kerala M.Tech 2020. The authorities will conduct two rounds of counselling to provide M.Tech admissions to all candidates. On the basis of the rank list, the candidates will be called in for the counselling process. Allotment will be done on the basis of GATE scores, preferences selected by the candidates and availability of seats. Allotted candidates will have to download their provisional allotment letter and confirm their admission by reporting to the allotted college and paying the admission fee. In case of vacant seats, non-GATE candidates from Kerala will be allotted seats. If vacant seats are left even after that then non-GATE candidates from other states will be allotted seats.
If vacant seats are still left, the authorities will conduct a centralized spot admission. All of the candidates who are listed out in the rank list will be able to participate in the spot admission. On being selected through spot admission, the candidates will have to join the respective institutions/ colleges on the prescribed dates to pay the admission fee. In case, seats remain vacant even after the centralized spot admission, then the respective institutions can conduct their spot admission. A separate rank list will be prepared for the same.
College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram
TKM College of Engineering, Kollam
Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Kottayam
Government Engineering College, Thrissur
Government College of Engineering, Kannur
Government Engineering College, Barton Hill, Thiruvananthapuram
Government Engineering College, Kozhikode
Government Engineering College, Idukki
Government Engineering College, Sreekrishnapuram, Palakkad
Government Engineering College, Wayanad
MA College of Engineering, Kothamangalam
NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad. Electronics & C
NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad
Padmavilasom Street, FORT P.O
Kerala - 695023
This article has been written as per last year’s information. Updated details will be available here as soon as it is released by the authorities.
Yes. The application form will be available in online mode. However, the candidates will have to fill out the application form, print it out and submit it through post along with other documents.
Kerala M.Tech admission 2020 will allot seats on the basis of GATE scores. However, vacant seats will be filled by non-GATE candidates.
Yes. Eligible candidates will be offered reservation as per the policies of the state.
The rank list will consist of the candidate’s secured marks/branches/category and more information.
The registered candidates will be called for the counselling process as per the rank list. Allotment of seats will be done on the basis of merit, preferences and availability of seats. The selected candidates will have to confirm their allotted seats by reporting to their institutes and paying the required fee.
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For your gate marks of 48, you may be having gate score in range of 560-575. For this score, you won't be able to make to PSUs. But you may get into MTech schools. The possible schools are-
IIIT jabalpur, NIT bhopal and NIT jamshedpur. These are the option in elite group. Rest you may get the private colleges.
Hope it helps
Hello dear student!
The details about the Application fee for GATE 2020 is as follows :
For Males (General , OBC and others )
Fees during extended period- 2000
For Males ( SC/ST / PwD) -
Fees during extended period- 1250
For women (all category)
For International students
Fees - US$ 100
Fees during extended period- US $120
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see cutoff score changes year to year and depends on various factors like number of participants, question difficulty level, seat matrix etc.
now it also depends on students category, if you are from general category, there is less chances in government colleges. how ever till now cutoff score is yet to declare,
so lets hope for the best.
This year the paper of EE was quiet tough in gate. Here I am providing few options based on your marks, but remember these predictions are based on last year. So, you may have few more choice than the listed if the scoring of everyone is low. Your possible gate score will lie in range of 425-440
For this score ,it seems you have very low chances for getting seat any of good college
Last year cut off for gate is
With that percentile it is difficult to get seat. But lets hope. Wish you Luck.
I will give you a link in which you can see previous year cut offs and college cut offs .
Hope this is useful
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