Top 10 Lateral Entry Engineering Examinations
Top 10 Lateral Entry Engineering Examinations - Candidates who wish to take admission in the second year of undergraduate engineering courses can do it through lateral entry engineering examinations. There are various lateral entry engineering examinations in the country that provide admissions to the second year of B.E/B.Tech courses. Candidates must fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria of these lateral entry engineering exams in order to be eligible for the final admission. Here, we have provided the list of top 10 lateral entry engineering examinations in the country for the candidates. Read the full article to check the complete list.
B.Tech Lateral Entry Eligibility Criteria-
Candidates who wish to take admission in B.Tech courses through lateral entry examinations must fulfill the following eligibility criteria-
Candidates must have passed a Diploma in relevant field with a minimum of 45% marks (40% for reserved category).
Candidates must have passed B.Sc with a minimum of 45% marks (40% for reserved category) and class 12th with Mathematics as compulsory subject.
Candidates will also have to satisfy other eligibility conditions like age, domicile as per the exam chosen by them.
List of Top 10 Lateral Entry Engineering Examinations
AP ECET- Jawaharlal Nehru Technical University (JNTU) Anantapur conducts AP ECET exam for Admission to second year (3rd semester) of four-year degree courses in B.E and B.Tech courses and B.pharmacy (except architecture) in Unaided Private Professional institutions (Minority & non-Minority) of Andhra Pradesh.AP ECET has 200 multiple choice questions spread over four sections- Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Engineering Subject.
TS ECET- JNTU Hyderabad conducts TS ECET exam for lateral admission into 2nd year regular B.E. / B.Tech. courses in both the University and Unaided Private Professional Institutions in Telangana. TS ECET is an online exam of 3 hours and has 200 multiple choice questions spread over four sections- Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Engineering Stream. It must be noted that candidates have to score 25% of the aggregate marks in the four subjects [Three subjects for B.Sc. (Mathematics)], i.e., 50 marks out of a total of 200 in order to obtain a rank in TS ECET. There is no minimum marks for SC/ST candidates.
UPSEE Lateral Entry- Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Uttar Pradesh conducts UPSEE Lateral entry exam for admission to second-year degree engineering courses in Uttar Pradesh. UPSEE Lateral entry exam is an offline test of 2 hours and has 100 multiple choice questions.
UKSEE Lateral Entry- Uttarakhand Technical University conducts UKSEE lateral entry exam for lateral admissions into the 2nd year of B.Tech and B.Pharm courses offered at University Departments and Government/Private Institutes of Uttarakhand. UKSEE lateral entry exam is conducted as both an online and offline test of 2 hours and has 100 multiple choice questions of 100 marks.
BCECE LE- Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECE) conducts BCECE LE examination for lateral entry admission to second-year Engineering courses. BCECE LE is conducted as an offline exam of 2 hours and 15 minutes and has 150 multiple choice questions spread over three sections- Mathematics, Engineering Mechanics and English.
Jharkhand Lateral Entry- Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB) conducts Jharkhand Lateral entry examination admission to 2nd-year of B.Tech degree courses offered by institutes in Jharkhand. It is an offline exam of 2 hours and 30 minutes and has 150 multiple choice questions spread over three sections- Engineering Physics, Engineering Chemistry and Engineering Mathematics.
Haryana LEET- Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES) conducts Haryana LEET exam for admission to the second year B.E/B.Tech course offered by participating institutes in the state. Haryana LEET examination has one question paper with 90 multiple-choice questions of 90 marks.
JELET- West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) conducts JELET exam for admission to 2nd year Engineering, Technology and Pharmacy courses in participating universities, government colleges as well as self financing engineering and technological institutes in the state of West Bengal. JELET is conducted as a pen-paper based examination of 2 hours. The number of sections and questions in the exam as per the qualifying exam of the candidates.
Assam JLEE- Assam Science And Technology University conducts Assam JLEE for lateral admission to 2nd-year BE/B.Tech courses in the participating institutes of the state. Assam JLEE is conducted as an offline exam of 3 hours and has 100 multiple choice questions spread over four sections- Mathematics, Computer, Graphics and Branch of Engineering.
OJEE Lateral Entry 2020- Joint Entrance Examination Cell, Bhubaneswar conducts OJEE Lateral entry exam for admission to second-year B.Tech and B.Pharmacy courses in all Government & sponsored institutions and private professional educational institutions in the state of Odisha. OJEE Lateral entry exam is conducted as an offline test of 2 hours and has 100 multiple choice questions spread over three sections- Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Mechanics and Basic Electrical Engineering.