Maharashtra M.Tech Admission 2018 - Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra has released the Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 Seat Allotment and Cutoff for Additionall Round. Details for Cap Round III were announced on August 10, and for round II on August 3. Meanwhile, cutoff and seat allotment result of Maharashtra M.Tech for CAP Round I was released on July 26. Applications of Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 are closed now. Apart from online applications, DTE Maharashtra had also organised some facilitation centres wherein candidates can fill their application form. At these centres, candidates could fill the application form, scan and upload their photographs and documents without any charges. After filling Maharashtra M.Tech application form, candidates have to personally report at the designated facilitation centre for document verification and for the confirmation of the online application form. Candidates have to bring their filled in and signed application along with the original documents to the facilitation centre for verification. Admission to M.Tech/M.E programmes across the state engineering colleges is offered through a Centralised Admission Process (CAP) and is based on positive GATE scores. The counselling and seat allotment procedure of Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 will take place based on the merit list. However, candidates must note that they must meet the eligibility criteria for Maharashtra M.Tech Admission. To know complete processes and admission details, read the article.
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Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 Admission
Brief about Maharashtra M.Tech Admission
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Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra
The admission dates of Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 include dates related to various important events associated with the admission process like application form, the announcement of the provisional and final merit list, etc. Check all Maharashtra M.Tech admission dates 2018 from the table below.
Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 Admission Dates
Availability of online application form (sponsored/Non-sponsored category)
July 11, 2018
July 18, 2018
Verification of documents, updating and confirmation of Application Form for Admission in person at Facilitation Centre (FC)
July 11, 2018
July 18, 2018 (upto 5 PM)
Display of provisional merit list
July 19, 2018
Submission of grievance, if any, at FC
July 20, 2018
July 21, 2018 (upto 5 PM)
Release of final merit list
July 22, 2018
Online submission and confirmation of option form of CAP Round I
July 23 to 25, 2018
Provisional Allotment - Round I
July 26, 2018
Online submission and confirmation of option form of CAP Round II
July 31 to August 1, 2018
Provisional Allotment - Round II
August 2, 2018
Online submission and confirmation of option form of CAP Round III
August 7 to 9, 2018
Provisional Allotment - Round III
August 10, 2018
Reporting to allotted institute and confirmation of admission by candidates allotted in Round 1
July 27 to August 16, 2018
Reporting to allotted institute and confirmation of admission by candidates allotted in Round 2
August 3 to 16, 2018
Reporting to allotted institute and confirmation of admission by candidates allotted in Round 3
August 11 to 16, 2018
Online submission and confirmation of option form for the additional round for Govt/Govt aided institutes
August 19 to 20, 2018
Provisional Allotment for the additional round
August 21, 2018
Reporting to the allotted institute and confirmation of admission
August 23 to 24, 2018
Release of cutoff for all types of admission
August 31, 2018
Admission authorities have release Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 cutoff for additional Round. The cutoff of Maharashtra M.Tech Admission 2018 for Cap Round III and II were released on August 10 and August 3 respectively; Cutoff details for round I was released on July 26. The candidates can access the cutoff in the form of PDF in online mode. The cutoff will act as a screening process for admissions. Those candidates who satisfy the cutoff ranks will have more chances of admission. Many factors are taken into consideration while preparing the cutoff which is available institute, subject and category wise.
Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra is conducting Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 counselling in online mode from the July 23. The counselling of Maharashtra M.Tech admission 2018 is held in 4 rounds, including an additional round for Govt/Govt aided institutes. After registration, the candidates have to get their documents verified and confirm their application form personally at the Facilitation Centre (FC) Know the entire process of counselling here.
Stages of Maharashtra M.Tech 2018
Stage 1: Registration
Registration: Candidates have to login and fill the online application form to participate in the counselling procedure via Common Admission Process (CAP). Post registration, candidates have to pay the counselling fee and take printout of the completed application form.
Stage 2: Publication of Provisional Merit List (For CAP 1)
Based on their positive GATE scores, a provisional merit list was published. Candidates can submit their grievances against the merit list, if required within the time frame after which a final merit list will be released for CAP 1.
Stage 3: Online Option Filling for preferences of courses and Institutions before CAP – I
Candidates have to login using their application number and password to fill the preferred choices. Candidates can select/fill 1 to 300 options in terms of selecting institutes and courses. So, they must select as many options as they can in order to have better admission chances. They need to confirm their options by re-entering their application ID and password and take a print out of the option form.
Stage 4: Seat Allotment
In the seat allotment, a provisional allotment list is published wherein candidates are allotted branch and college as per their choices filled, seat available and merit rank. Candidates have to download their provisional seat allotment letters and by logging into their individual accounts. Taking this allotment letter, the candidates have to report to the admission reporting centre to accept and confirm their provisional seat.
To Check CAP round 1 Seat Matrix - Click here
The provisional merit list of Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 has released by DTE Maharashtra on July 19. However, the final merit list of Maharashtra M.Tech admission has been released on July 22.
How to check Maharashtra M.Tech merit list 2018?
Go to the login page and enter your application ID and date of birth. (The link to login will be provided here later).
Check your name and merit rank reflecting on the computer screen
What will Maharashtra M.Tech merit list 2018 carry?
Name of the candidate
Roll number of the candidate
Rank and merit number
Maharashtra M.Tech Eligibility Criteria 2018
Candidates aspiring for admission into M.Tech programmes in Maharashtra have to meet the eligibility criteria of Maharashtra M.Tech admission 2018. Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 eligibility criteria is determined by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra. Candidates must go through all eligibility criteria of Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 to know the eligibility conditions.
As per DTE Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 eligibility criteria:
Aspirants must be Indian Nationals.
They should have a Bachelor’s degree in the relevant stream of Engineering/Technology from All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE) or from Central or State Government recognised college/institute or equivalent.
In the qualifying examination, the candidates are required to have secured at least 50% marks (45% for Backward classes/PwD candidates) belonging to Maharashtra State).
They must have a passed the qualifying examination at the UG level in the relevant stream as per the eligibility criteria for admission to the M.Tech programme that the candidates are seeking admission in.
Candidates are also required to have secured a positive (non-zero) score in GATE.
Maharashtra M.Tech admission 2018 eligibility criteria will be different as per the different types of candidature the candidates fall in. Check the details below.
Maharashtra M.Tech Eligibility Criteria 2018 (Type of Candidate)
Type of Candidature
Candidates in this type need to have passed HSC or Diploma in Engineering/Technology and also must have passed qualifying exam (Bachelor’s Degree) from any recognised college/institute in Maharashtra.
Candidates in this category should be a domicile of Maharashtra or must have be born in Maharashtra.
Place of qualifying examination must fall within the jurisdiction of the respective University Area.
Candidates of type B are those who do not belong to Type A, but who or whose father/mother is a domicile of Maharashtra state and possess a Domicile Certificate
Place of domicile certificate issuing authority must fall within the jurisdiction of the respective University Area.
A candidate who does not belong to Type A and B, however whose either of the 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 deadline for submission of application form for admission.
Place of the posting of either of the parent must fall within the jurisdiction of the respective University area.
This type belongs to those candidates who do not belong to any of the above mentioned three types – A, B, C but whose either of the parent is employed with the Government of Maharashtra / Government of Maharashtra Undertaking
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 (if deputed outside Maharashtra) must fall within the jurisdiction of the respective University area.
Candidates who have passed HSC/Diploma in Engineering/Technology or Pharmacy and also hold a qualifying degree from a recognised institution in Maharashtra fall into this type of candidature.
Candidates in this type should be considered for outside home university or state level seats.
Maharashtra M.Tech 2018 application form is now available in online mode. After filling the application form of Maharashtra M.Tech 2018, candidates have to take a printout of it, sign it and submit it at the nearest facilitation centre. Before filling Maharashtra M.Tech application form, candidates must check the eligibility criteria of Maharashtra M.Tech 2018. The final date for registration is July 18, 2018. Check more details below.
What to keep ready before filling Maharashtra M.Tech application form 2018?
Personal and academic information
Credit/debit card details along with net banking details for fee payment
Steps to fill Maharashtra M.Tech application form:
There are 4 stages which candidates need to complete while filling the application form of Maharashtra M.Tech 2018.
Stage 1 – Registration
Stage 2 – Filling the Application Form
Stage 3 – Application Fee Payment
Stage 4 – Print out and Submission of Application Form
Maharashtra M.Tech Application Fee
General Category candidates, candidates from outside the State of Maharashtra, and Children of Indian workers in Gulf Countries
Reserved category candidates in the State of 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, Foreign Nationals
Application fee payment can be done in online mode via Credit Card/Debit Card/Internet Banking. After the fee payment, candidates have to note down their transaction ID and get a printout of the payment receipt. The transaction ID and the printout of the payment receipt are to be submitted at the Facilitation Centre while reporting, along with the other documents.
Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, Mumbai
3, Mahapalika Marg,
Post Box No.1967,
Mumbai 400 001
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