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State B.Tech admissions through JEE Main – JEE Main is one of the toughest engineering entrance exams to crack. Some are able to crack the test, while many lose the chance to grab a seat for B.Tech admission at NITs, IIITs and CFTIs. This dejection may come as a jolt for thousands of the test takers; however, failing to secure a seat at the JEE Main participating institutes, is not the end of the road. Apart from NITs+System, several states and engineering institutes offer B.Tech/B.E. admissions based on candidates JEE Main scores. So, keep your worries at the back-burner and gear up for state/institute level engineering admissions based onJEE Main scores, which include various good government/private colleges too. This article explores all the possibilities for B.Tech admission for candidates who have taken JEE Main, however are looking forward to – what next? To put your mind at ease and to introduce you to various available options for admission based on JEE Main score, Careers360 has compiled a list of states and institutes offering engineering admissions through JEE Main. To plan and get entry into various state engineering institutes, read “State B.Tech admissions through JEE Main” in detail here.
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States/Cities offering B.Tech admission on the basis of JEE Main
Haryana B.Tech Admission based on JEE Main
Haryana B.Tech Admission
For B.Tech programmes:
Candidates should have passed 10+2 examination from recognized Board/University with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of these subjects - Chemistry, Bio-Technology or Biology/Technical Vocational subject.
For admission to B.E./B.Tech Biotechnology
Candidates must have passed in 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics or Biology as compulsory subjects along with one of these subjects - Chemistry/Bio-Technology/Computer Science with minimum 45% aggregate marks (42.75% in case of SC category).
Admissions are on the basis of JEE Main inter-se-merit for General Category candidates and Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW).
Based on Inter-se-merit of percentage of marks in qualifying exam for Kashmiri Migrants (KM) and Haryana Government School Toppers (HGST).
Admissions are offered to candidates across 50,751 seats at 136 colleges in the state based on JEE Main. However, candidates have to apply and participate in the online counselling conducted by Haryana State Technical Education Society.
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Reservation Policy and Quick Facts about Haryana B.Tech Admissions
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Admissions will be offered to candidates who have studied their 10+2 in the state of Haryana or are bonafide residents of the state.
Admissions to Govt./Govt Aided/University Departments:
Admissionsareoffered based on state reservation policy at the time of counselling.
25% female horizontal reservation across these institutes.
1 seat in each B.Tech branch at all Govt./Aided/University Departments is reserved for toppers of 10+2 under Haryana Govt. Senior Secondary School Topper (HGST) scheme. These seats are within the sanctioned intake.
Admission to Private unaided institutions:
50% seats of the total seats (which includes 25% management quota seats) are filled at the institute level first. These 50% seats are filled on the basis of JEE Main ranks and thereafter based on the merit marks obtained in the qualifying exam.
50% of the total seats are filled through HSTES by Haryana residents and All India Open (AIO) category candidates as per the State Reservation Policy.
5% seats (Supernumerary seats) of the total intake across each B.Tech course are offered to Kashmiri Migrants (KM), separately on the basis of inter-se.merit of qualifying examination.
Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW) Quota seats are supernumerary and upto 30% of the sanctioned seats are offered under this category. These seats are for economically weaker students.
Note: Apart from these reservations, there is separate reservation policy for minority institutions and special reservation at some particular institutes.
Uttarakhand B.Tech Admissions through JEE Main
Uttarakhand B.Tech Admission
Indian nationals who have passed 12th class with 45% aggregate marks in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biology/Biotechnology from a recognised scool/board are eligible for Uttarakhand B.Tech admissions. SC/ST candidates have to secure at least 40% aggregate marks in the qualifying examination with the subject combination mentioned above.
Admissions to engineering programmes across 10,173 seats at 30 colleges across the state are offered through JEE Main ranks. Candidates must have qualified JEE Main, securing the required ranks.
Out of the 10,173 seats, 3,131 are All India Quota seats.
For admission, candidates have to apply and participate in the online counselling procedure conducted by UKTU for seat allotment. UKTU allots state ranks to JEE Main qualified candidates and admission is offered based on this state rank.
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Reservation Policy of Uttarakhand B.Tech Admissions for weaker section:
For Uttarakhand domiciled candidates who belong to Socially & Economically Weaker Section (having annual income less than 4.5 lakh from all sources), 5% of the total sanctioned seats will be reserved. These seats are supernumerary.
Madhya Pradesh B.E. Admissions based on JEE Main
Madhya Pradesh B.E. Admission
Indian nationals who have qualified 10+2 or equivalent exam from Madhya Pradesh Secondary Board or any other recognized board and have studied Mathematics, Physics and Biology/Chemistry/Biotechnology/Computer Science in 10+2th standard and have secured atleast 45% (General Category) marks are eligible for engineering admission. SC/ST category candidates must have secured at least 40% aggregate marks in class 12th.
Along with the above eligibility, the candidates must be domicile/residents of Madhya Pradesh.
Admission to candidates is offered based on their JEE Main and 12th standard marks/score. However, candidates applying through both the channels have to apply and participate in the counselling for seat allotment. Counselling for MP B.E. admissions is held separately for JEE Main candidates and candidates applying based on the qualifying exam scores. Candidates have to register and upload the scanned copies of the required documents for verification in the online off-campus counselling process.
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Reservation Policy and Quick Facts about MP B.E. Admissions based on JEE Main
In the admission procedure, candidates with positive score in JEE Main will be given preference over the other candidates.
90% of the total seats across the Government-Aided, Autonomous, non-Government and Self-Financed institutes are reserved for Madhya Pradesh state candidates (who fulfil the prescribed domicile conditions). 5% of the seats at these institutes are reserved for NRI candidates, while another 5% are reserved for All India quota seats.
MP B.E. admissions is conducted for admission to as many as 79,565 seats across 189 colleges of the state. Out of the 189 institutes, 3 are Government-aided, 5 are Government autonomous, 9 are self-financed and 182 are private institutes.
Odisha JEE B.Tech admissions based on JEE Main
Odisha JEE B.Tech admission
Candidates, who have passed 10+2 exam of CHSE, Odisha or equivalent examination with 45% aggregate marks (40% for SC/ST category) are eligible for OJEE B.Tech admissions. However, the candidates should have Physics and Mathematics (as compulsory subjects) in class 12th/equivalent exam along with one of these subjects - Chemistry/Biology/Biotechnology/Electronics/Technical Vocational Subject/Computer science/Information Technology/Geology/Statistics. Candidates are also required to have passed in each individual subject separately.
For admission to Mining Engineering programmes, candidates should have passed 10+2 or equivalent exam with at least 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English should be the separate subjects of study in the qualifying examination. Candidates should not be more than 20 years as on the date of the commencement of the course.
Candidates wishing to take admission in B.Tech programmes across the state engineering colleges, have to apply for counselling of OJEE conducted by OJEE Board. Admissions to undergraduate engineering programmes in Odisha is offered on the basis of JEE Main ranks. Registration for counselling of OJEE B.Tech is conducted around the second week of June. Candidates need to register for the counselling for seat allotment.
To know complete counselling procedure of OJEE 2018 – Click Here
Reservation Policy of Odisha JEE B.Tech admission and Quick Facts
OJEE counselling is the procedure to offer admission to around 38,644 UG Engineering seats across 106 participating colleges.
OJEE board also conducts a special entrance test (Special OJEE), tentatively in August, to fill the vacant seats once the counselling for JEE Main candidates is complete. The Special OJEE is held for students who are not able to appear in JEE Main or are not able to qualify it.
Seat Reservation at Government Engineering Institutes in Odisha
3% in each category
Oriya(Odia) belonging to outlying speaking tracts (OL)
30% in each category except ‘OL’
Tuition Fee Waiver
Upto 5% (Supernumerary) (Except OL)
Seat Reservation at Private Engineering Institutes in Odisha
JEE Main (Other State Candidates)
Seats are reserved for NRI
Oriya(Odia) belonging to outlying
speaking tracts (OL)
Upto 5% (Supernumerary) ( Except OL)
Punjab B.Tech Admission through JEE Main
Punjab B.Tech Admission
Candidates, who have passed 10+2 exam from a board recognized or established by central/state government through a legislation with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of these subjects Chemistry, Biotechnology, Computer Science and Biology.
Admissions are on the basis of JEE Main scores or class 12 marks.
Candidates with JEE Main scores will be given preference for admissions. Vacant seats will be offered to students on the basis of their class 12 marks.
For admissions, candidates have to participate in the online counselling procedure for seat allotment. To participate in the counselling, the candidates have to pay the fee, register, fill their choices and get their documents verified.
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Reservation Policy and Quick Facts about Punjab B.Tech Admission
For admission to UG Engineering programmes offered at 7 constituent colleges and 62 affiliated colleges of I.K. Gujral, Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar, 15% of the seats are reserved for outside state candidates on the basis of JEE Main, while 85% of the seats are reserved for Punjab candidates.
In GNDEC, Ludhiana (IKGPTU) and BBSBEC, Fatehgarh Sahib (MRSPTU), 70% of the total seats are reserved for rural candidates.
To claim the Sikh Minority Seats, sikh candidates have to take the Sikh Religious Examination (SRE). This test offers the minority seats to candidates at GNDEC, Ludhiana (IKGPTU) and BBSBEC, Fatehgarh Sahib (MRSPTU) only. SRE test is held in online as well as in offline mode.
1% seats across the participating institutes are reserved for Tsunami affected persons, children/grandchildren of original ex-serviceman settlers of Campbell Bay Island or students suffering from Cancer/Thalassemia/AIDS as per Punjab Government rules.
JAC Delhi B.Tech Admission through JEE Main
JAC Delhi B.Tech Admission
B. E. / B. Tech. Course at DTU, IGDTUW and NSIT
Candidates with at least 60 % or more aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are eligible. However, these candidates must also have passed English as a subject of study at the Senior School Certificate
Examination Level (Core or Elective). Each of the above mentioned subjects must also be passed separately.
B. Tech. Course at IIIT Delhi
A candidate who has secured at least 80% aggregate marks .
of best of five
subjects including Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics and 80% or more in Mathematics in
qualifying examination is eligible.
Admission to the participating Universities/Institutes will be based on the All India Rank prepared by CBSE in Paper 1 of JEE Main 2018 Examination. However, candidates have to register and apply for JAC Delhi counselling, which will take place in the second week of June 2018.
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Reservation Policy and Quick Facts about JAC Delhi B.Tech Admission
For Delhi candidates, 85% of the seats are reserved, while 15% of the seats are reserved for outside Delhi candidates.
Seat Reservation at DTU and NSIT
27% of the total seats
15% of the total seats
7.5% of the total seats
5% of the total seats
Differently Abled Person (PD)
3% of the total seats
Kashmiri Migrants (KM) (Supernumerary)
1 seat over and above the total intake in each institute
Note: 1 (One) seat at DTU only is reserved (over and above the normal intake) for Single Girl Child (SG) in each branch. 1 (One) seat in each branch of DTU (over and above the normal intake), is reserved for Central/State Board Topper candidates.
Seat Reservation at IGDTUW
Seat Reservation at IIIT Delhi
7.5% of the total seats (Only for Outside Delhi candidates)
For DTU and IGDTUW only
Other Backward Class (Non Creamy Layer) OBC-NCL category are given a relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying exam.
Scheduled Caste (SC) or Scheduled Tribe (ST) candidates are entitled for a relaxation of 10% marks in the qualifying exam.
Defence sub-category (CW) candidates are given a relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying exam.
Differently Abled Person (PD) sub-category candidates are given a relaxation of 10% marks in the qualifying exam.
For NSIT only
Other Backward Class (Non Creamy Layer) category candidates are given a relaxation of 10% marks in qualifying exam.
Scheduled Caste (SC) or Scheduled Tribe (ST) are required to just pass in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in the qualifying exam.
Defence sub-category (CW) candidates are entitled for a relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying exam.
Differently Abled Person (PD) sub-category candidates are given a relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying exam.
For IIIT-D only
Other Backward Class (Non Creamy Layer) category are given a relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying exam.
Defence sub-category (CW) candidates are entitled for a relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying test.
Age Criterion for DTU and IIIT-D
Aspiring candidates are required to be minimum 17 years and maximum 25 years of age on or before October 1 of the admission year. 1 year relaxation in minimum age is given only with the approval of Competent Authority. However, candidates who want to avail this facility, need to apply for relaxation only at the time of admission.
For NSIT and IGDTUW
There is no minimum age requirement for admission to NSIT and IGDTUW.
JAC Chandigarh B.Tech Admission through JEE Main
JAC B.Tech Chandigarh Admission
Candidates, who have passed class 12th with at least 60% aggregate marks (55% in case of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/Persons with Disability (PwD)/Backward Class candidates). The candidates must have 5 subjects of study in the qualifying exam as mentioned below:
4. Any one of Chemistry/Biology/Biotechnology/Technical Vocational
5. Any other subject.
Candidates will be offered admission to B.E./B.Tech programmes based on their All India Ranks prepared by the CBSE. However, candidates have to apply for JAC Chandigarh counselling.
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Reservation Policy and Quick Facts about JAC Chandigarh B.Tech admission
Candidates, who belong to Chandigarh are eligible for Chandigarh Quota, while those belonging to other parts of India are considered for All India Quota.
Chandigarh Quota includes those candidates who have passed the Class 12 or equivalent exam from schools/colleges located Chandigarh. For All India Quota, all candidates who have passed their qualifying exam from institutes other than Chandigarh are considered for Outside Chandigarh Quota seats.
Chandigarh quota does not apply for the following institutes of Panjab University:
(i) University Institute of Engineering and Technology (UIET), Chandigarh
(ii) Dr. SSB University Institute of Chemical Engg. & Technology (Dr. SSBUICET), Chandigarh
(iii) University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Panjab University SSG Regional Centre, Hoshiarpur (UIET, PUSSGRC).
JAC Chandigarh Participating Institutes:
University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Panjab University, Chandigarh
Dr. SS Bhatnagar University Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Panjab University, Chandigarh
University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Panjab University SSG Regional Centre, Hoshiarpur
Chandigarh College of Architecture
Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology
PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh
Other States Offering Partial admission based on JEE Main score
MHT CET – 15% of the total seats across the private/self-financed engineering institutes in Maharashtra are offered through JEE Main.
WBJEE – 10% of the total seats across the private engineering institutes in West Bengal are offered through JEE Main.
HP CET – First 50% of the total seats in all institutes are offered on the basis of JEE Main merit/rank.
REAP – 15% of the seats across the private-unaided engineering institutions and 15% seats at self-financed courses offered by government-aided institutes are offered to candidates from other states based on JEE Main score or class 12th marks.
Institute Level B.Tech Admissions through JEE Main
JMI Admissions – B.Tech admissions at Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) are offered based on JEE Main scores/ranks.
SASTRA University – Admission to B.Tech programmes at Sastra University is offered through the following 2 streams:
70% of the total seats are offered through Stream 1 (based on JEE Main scores) and +2 Marks.
30% of the total seats are offered through Stream 2 (based on +2 marks).
Nirma University -
50% of the total Seats are reserved for candidates who have passed the qualifying exam or class 12th from schools located in Gujarat, Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli.
35% of the total seats are reserved for All India Quota Seats. For all India seats, candidates should have passed the qualifying exam/class 12th from the schools located in India (including Gujarat State) and should have taken JEE Main.
15% of the total seats are reserved for NRI/NRI sponsored candidates.
Thapar University – Thapar University offers B.E. admissions based on JEE Main and class 12th marks.
Hartcourt Butler – 100% seats are reserved for UP domiciled candidates based on their JEE Main score.
Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology – Around 70% seats are offered through JEE Main score
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