Maharashtra M.Tech Admission 2020 - Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra will conduct the admission of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020. Candidates will be able to apply in online mode for Maharashtra M.Tech admission 2020. It should be noted that no entrance test will be conducted for Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 admission and the intake of the students in the participating institutes will be done only on the basis of GATE scores. The authorities will release a merit list of candidates on the basis of GATE scores of the applicants. After this, the seat allotment of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 will be done in three rounds and the authorities will release category-wise seat matrix before every round. The final allotment of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 will be done on the basis of merit list, availability of seats and choices locked by the candidates. Read the full article to know more about Maharashtra M.Tech admission 2020.
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The application form of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 will be released tentatively in the second week of July. The final merit list of candidates will be released tentatively in the third week of July.
Name of Admission Process
Maharashtra M.Tech Admission
Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra
Category of Admission
Channels of Admission
Applicants must be aware of the admission dates of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 in order to have an overview of events involved in the admission process. Knowledge of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 important dates will help the candidates to keep a check on important deadlines like last date of application. The following table can be referred to know about the important dates of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020.
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Release of Application Form
Second week of July 2020
Last date of Application
Documents verification and confirmation of Application Form at facilitation centres
Release of provisional merit list for Maharashtra State/All India candidates
Third week of July 2020
Submission of grievance by Candidates, if any
Release of Final Merit list
Release of Provisional Category wise Seats (Seat Matrix) for CAP Round I
Filling & Confirmation of Option Form of CAP Round-I
Fourth week of July 2020
Provisional Allotment result of CAP Round-I
Reporting to the Admission Reporting Centre (ARC) after CAP Round I
Reporting to the Allotted Institute for confirmation of admission by submitting required documents and payment of fee after CAP Round I
Last week of July 2020
Release of Provisional Category wise Seats (Seat Matrix) for CAP Round II
Filling & Confirmation of Option Form of CAP Round-II
Release of Provisional Allotment of CAP Round-II
First week of August 2020
Reporting to the Admission Reporting Centre (ARC) after CAP Round II
Reporting to the Allotted Institute for Confirmation of Admission by submitting required documents and payment of fee after CAP Round II
Release of Provisional Category wise Seats (Seat Matrix) for CAP Round III
Second week of August 2020
Filling & Confirmation of Option Form of CAP Round-III
Release of Provisional Allotment of CAP Round-III
Reporting to the Admission Reporting Centre (ARC) after CAP Round III
Reporting to the Allotted Institute for Confirmation of Admission by submitting required documents and payment of fee after CAP Round III
Second to third week of August 2020
Cut-off Date for last date or all type of admissions for the Academic Year
Third week of August 2020
Candidates are advised to check the eligibility criteria of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 before filling the application form. No candidate will be eligible for final allotment if he/she does not fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020. Candidates can refer to the Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 eligibility criteria mentioned below-
Nationality- Candidates should be Indian Nationals or NRI / OCI / PIO, Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries, Foreign National.
Academic Eligibility -
Eligibility for Maharashtra Candidature Candidates and All India Candidature Candidates -
Candidates must have passed Bachelor Degree in a relevant field of Engineering and Technology from AICTE or Central or State Government approved institutions or equivalent, with at least 50% marks.
However, the minimum percentage marks should be 45% in the case of candidates of Backward class categories and persons with disabilities belonging to Maharashtra State only.
GATE Scores - All the Indian candidates applying for Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 should obtain non zero positive scores in Graduates Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) conducted by the Indian Institute of Technology.
Eligibility for NRI / OCI / PIO, Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries, Foreign National - Candidates must have passed Bachelor Degree in a relevant field of Engineering and Technology from AICTE or Central or State Government approved institutions or equivalent with at least 50% marks.
Type of Candidature
Type A category candidates should be a domicile of Maharashtra or must have been born in the state.
Such candidates should have passed HSC or Diploma in Engineering/Technology and also must have passed the qualifying exam from any recognised college/institute in Maharashtra.
Place of qualifying examination of the candidate must fall within the jurisdiction of the respective University Area.
Candidates whose father/mother is a domicile of Maharashtra state and possess a Domicile Certificate to fall under Type B category.
In this category, place of domicile certificate issuing authority must fall within the jurisdiction of the respective University Area.
Candidates who do not belong to Type A and B but whose parent is a Government of India or Government of India Undertaking employee and who is posted and has reported to duty in Maharashtra before the last date of submission of application form fall under Type C category.
In this case, place of the posting of either of the parent must fall within the jurisdiction of the respective University area.
Candidates who do not belong to A, B, C category but whose either of the parents is employed with the Government of Maharashtra / Government of Maharashtra Undertaking fall under Type D category.
Place of posting of either of the parent or place of settlement of either of the parent (if retired) or the place of last posting in this case must fall within the jurisdiction of the respective University area.
Candidates who have passed Diploma/HSC in Engineering or Pharmacy and have completed the qualifying degree from a recognised institution in Maharashtra fall into Type E category.
In this case, candidates should be considered for outside home university or state level seats.
Candidates will be able to access the application form of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 in online mode. The authorities have also facilitation centres to help the students in the application process. Applicants can visit these centres for the application process. The process of online application will include steps like registration, filling of details, payment of fees, etc. The candidates can refer to the given steps to fill the application form of Maharashtra M.tech 2020.
Step 1: Registration- Candidates will have to register in the first step by entering basic details like name, gender, date of birth, mobile number, email Id, etc. Candidates will receive an application number on their registered email and number after successful registration.
Step 2: Filling the Application Form- In the second step, candidates will have to enter all the other required details of the form like personal and academic details. Candidates will also have to provide details about their GATE 2020 scores in the step.
Step 3: Payment of Fee- After filling all the details, candidates will have to pay the application fee of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 in online mode through credit/debit card or internet banking.
Application Fee of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020
General category candidates and Candidates outside the Maharashtra State and Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries
Reserved category candidates in Maharashtra State – Backward Class Categories [SC/ ST/ VJ/ DTNT (A) / NT(B) / NT(C)/ NT(D)/ OBC/ SBC] and Persons with Disability
NRI/ OCI/ PIO and Foreign National
Step 4: Submission of Form- In the last step, candidates will have to finally submit their application form and take a print out. Candidates have to sign the printed application form and report the facilitation centre.
Candidates will also have to report to the designated facilitation centres for application confirmation and document verification along with the print out of application form and receipt of fee payment. The in-charge at the centre will verify all the documents of the candidates and issue an acknowledgment cum receipt of the application form to the candidates.
The authorities will first release a provisional merit list of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 in online mode. Candidates will be allowed to submit their grievances to the provisional merit list, if any. After this, the authorities will release the final merit list of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 tentatively in the third week of July.
The authorities will prepare the merit list of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 on the basis of GATE scores and the academic merit of the candidates. All the eligible candidates will be assigned a merit number.
All the candidates can follow the following steps to check Maharashtra M.Tech merit list 2020.
Visit the official website.
Click on the merit list link.
Enter Application Number and Date of birth.
Merit list will be displayed on the screen.
Candidates must note that the cutoff of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 will be the minimum marks required by the candidates to get admission to the participating institutes. The authorities will release the cutoff of Maharashtra M.Tech on the official website. Candidates who will qualify the Maharashtra M.Tech cutoff will have higher chances of admission. The cutoffs will vary according to the category and courses applied by the candidates. Various factors will be involved in determining the cutoff of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 like number of applicants, availability of seats, previous year cutoff trends, etc.
The authorities will conduct the counselling of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 in three rounds (CAP I, II & III). The authorities will release the category-wise seat matrix before each CAP round.
The Counselling of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 will involve the following steps-
Release of Seat Matrix by the authorities
Filling up and Confirmation of Online Option Form having preferences
Display of Seat Allotment Result
Reporting the allotted institute to confirm seat
It should be noted that the candidates who are not satisfied with the seats allotted to them in the first round will be eligible to participate in the other rounds for betterment. No option of seat upgradation will be available after the CAP III round. While reporting to the allotted institutes, candidates must submit all their original documents to support their application.
All the information in this article is based on previous year’s notification and brochure. The latest information will be updated here as soon as it is available on the official website.
Applicants can apply in online mode for Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 through the official website.
Applicants must have completed their engineering degree in a relevant field with at least 50% marks and must have valid GATE scores in order to be eligible for Maharashtra M.tech 2020.
Candidates can check the merit list of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 through the official website by entering their application number and password.
The counselling of Maharashtra M.Tech 2020 will commence tentatively from the third week of July.
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mainly jrf recruitment is done by ugc net score, however institute like iit kharagpur, iit kanpur has lots of research fellow recruitment comes for students who are recently pass b.tech course , have interest for research in new technologies, interested to do phd in future ,should apply for jrf positions. however there is no specific number of recruitment do not comes every year, it depends on the projects and funding for hiring of jrf, however by getting good score in gate you may go for m.tech course and may apply for psus job.
see you did not mention which branch you belongs to, however at this score you have less chances for top nits and other tier 1 institute in india, I suggest you to try for some other mtech entrance test like vitmee, bits hd, manipal university entrance test etc.
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see at this score you have less chances for jntuh or osmaia university if you opt for mtech in structural engineering related course and it goes for any of the category you belongs to, I suggest you to try some other mtech entrance exams like vitmee, bitshd.
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Candidates getting admission in dual degree through JEE Advanced need not to appear in GATE.And the cut off will not be the same for dual degree through JEE Advanced and M.tech through GATE.Considering previous year cut off trends it is difficult to get seat in IITs with such score.You need to score at least 600 or above to have decent chances of getting seat in a IIT.
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To be honest with you, for a score of 334, a seat in Civil Engineering is going to be tad difficult b ased on previous years' data. Having said that this is based on 2019 data and cut offs change every year depending on various factors. Please use our GATE College predictor for possible chances:
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