TNEA 2018 for other state students
TNEA 2018 for other state students – Anna University has started the registration process for admissions through TNEA for other state students. The final date for registration is July 7, 2018. Candidates who meet the specified eligibility criteria must fill the application form, pay the fee, upload their photograph, signature and other documents. TNEA for other state students 2018 will have allotment against the region wise seats offered by Anna University in its constituent colleges only. A merit list of TNEA for other state students will be published and allotment will be made on the basis of these ranks. Candidates belong to other states may check the complete information on how to apply for TNEA 2018 for other state students form the article below.
Latest - TNEA 2018 Rank List Released
Tamilnadu Engineering Admissions (TNEA 2018) is on the basis of the marks obtained in the qualifying exam (Class 12 or equivalent) conducted by Anna University for admissions to the undergraduate engineering programmes in the state.
Important Dates of TNEA for other state students
Commencement of online Registration
June 20, 2018
Last date for Registration and Submission
July 7, 2018
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TNEA for other state students – Eligibility Criteria
Candidates must be an Indian citizen but not a native of Tamilnadu. Candidates will have to upload a certificate of Permanent residence in the prescribed format in English only while filling the application form.
Candidates must have passed HSC or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% for General Category and 40% for SC/ST candidates in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together.
Candidates who have received grades are required to produce the actual marks else the minimum marks applicable to the grades in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry will be taken into account
Mining Engineering Branch – Female Candidates will have work-related restrictions if they take up Mining Engineering. They will also be required to satisfy the academic norms of Anna University
TNEA Application form 2018 for other state students
Candidates must follow the following steps to fill the application form of TNEA 2018 for other state students.
First, they must register by entering a valid email id and mobile number along with name, date of birth and gender and more details.
After registering, candidates must fill their personal details, academic details like qualifying exam board, Marks, Percentage of Marks, year of passing, institute studied in.
They will also have to fill in their address details
Next they will be required to upload their recent passport size photograph as prescribed along with the list of documents as given below.
Payment of application fee- An amount of Rs 500 must be paid online through net banking, debit/credit card.
The application form must be submitted only after carefully scrutinizing the details entered as they cannot be changed at a later point of time.
Documents to be uploaded: Only the self-attested photocopies of the following certificates must be uploaded along with the application
Recently taken photograph (20 to 25KB)
Mark sheets (All appearance) of HSC or Equivalent Examination
Mark Sheet of X Standard
Transfer Certificate / Migration Certificate
Community Certificate (for SC/ST candidates)
Permanent Residence Certificate
NATA mark sheet and Hall Ticket (for B. Arch. only)
Note: The original certificates will be verified during counselling
Application number generated is the Registration Number for Admission 2018
TNEA Rank List for other state students
The overall rank, region wise rank and Community-wise rank lists of the applicants will be announced online on the website of the university.
Ranks will be allotted on the basis of the academic marks obtained in the prescribed subjects in the qualifying examination reduced to 200 (Mathematics 100 and Physics + Chemistry -- 100).
An overall merit list will be prepared based on the total marks of 200.
Candidates have to login and check their TNEA ranks.
Where more than one candidates have got the same marks in the common merit list, the inter-se merit shall be determined in the order of priority as mentioned below
Percentage of marks obtained in Mathematics in qualifying exam,
Percentage of marks obtained in Physics,
Percentage of marks obtained in the fourth optional subject
Date of Birth (elder candidates will be given preference).
TNEA Counselling for other state students
Candidates from other states who have applied for TNEA 2018 counselling must attend the counselling as per the given guidelines by Anna University.
The seat allotment will be on the basis of the merit of the students as denoted by the rank list as well as the campus and branch chosen by the students.
Candidates have to pay an initial deposit of Rs 5000/- online and produce all the original certificates during counselling
They must get their original documents verified as per the given date schedule.
In case candidates are unable to attend due to unforeseen and unavoidable reasons, they can authorise (by a letter) their parents on their behalf and the parent’s decision will be binding.
After allotment, Rs 5,000/- already paid at the time of counselling will be adjusted towards the tuition fee.
Candidates not joining will be refunded only 80% of the fee if they seek a refund. To do so, they must submit the original allotment order with acknowledgement for the receipt of payment is surrendered on or before the specified date.
Candidates who are allotted seats must report to the Dean of the campus within the specified time notified in the Provisional Allotment Order failing which the admission will be cancelled.
Candidates must also give a joint declaration along with their parents to the Dean of the campus.
TNEA 2018 Seat Matrix for Other State Candidates
State Code No
Name of the State / Union territory
Number of seats
Jammu & Kashmir
Dadra & Nagar Haveli (UT)
Daman & Diu (UT)
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How many I should score in Ts eamcet to get seat in CSE branch in Osmania University? As per previous years cut-off..!
As far as ts EAMCET is concerned every year the number of students and the quality of students varies so it can't be predicted accurately for which a student shoud score to get cse branch in Osmania University.
But as per previous years, the cut off for cse branch was high and you have to be under 500 rank to be on a safer side. As the paper consists of 160 questions and the total marks is 160 so as per my view you need to score atleast above 100 to get a decent rank.
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if i get seat in private college by getting rank in EAMCET, then also they take fee or not? if they take how much should I pay to them per year?
EAMCET exam is only for qualifying to enter colleges.
If you got seat in private college by getting rank in EAMCET, you have to pay fee as per private college requirement.
Minimum 25% marks will be required to score in the EAMCET examination to qualify it. Total 40 marks will be needed out of 160 to qualify EAMCET exam.
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I m a girl, BCA catogery I belong to A.P ...how many marks should I score in AP EAMCET to get seat in JNTU kakinaada..? and for JNTU Hyderabad in TS EAMCET..?
Every year the cut off changes depending on the number of candidates qualified, difficulty level of exam, number of seats available, previous year cut off etc. Each Institute has it's own cut off for every branch that is offered in that particular Institute. It is not possible to indicate the exact score with which you have chances of getting seat in JNTU, Kakinada or JNTU, Hyderabad. Analysing the previous year cut off you need to score minimum 120-130 marks in TS EAMCET since you are considered as non-local and you will be eligible to get seat in unreserved category. And in in AP EAMCET you need to score minimum 100-120 marks to have decent chances of getting seat in JNTU, Kakinada. This is an estimated score and as said before cut off may vary depending on the given factors.
I am Male,my caste is BCB,how can i get admission in jntuh university in civil engineering stream how many Marks should I get in ts eamcet
In 2020 a candidate with rank 5001 belonging to BC-B category secured seat in Civil Engineering in JNTU, Hyderabad. Considering this you need to score minimum 110-130 marks to have decent chances of getting seat . Cut off changes every year depending on the number of candidates qualified, difficulty of exam and number of seats available etc.
which book i should prefer for ts eamcet previous year question papers chapter wise questions with solutions
Some of the book which you should prefer for ts eamcet with previous year question paper chapter wise question.. Are given below
- NCERT Textbook
- IPE textbook for chemistry
- Essential physical chemistry by Ranjeet Shahi
- E. A. M. C. E. T Chemistry chapterwise 25 year solution &5 mock Test by Arihant Publication
- Fundamental of organic chemistry by Ananya Ganguly
- Physics NCERT Textbook
- Concept of physics by H. C Verma volume l&ll
- EAMCET Physics 26 year solution by Arihant publication
- NCERT Mathematics Textbook
- Deepthi series
- EAMCET Mathematics 25 years solution by Arihant publication
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