MIT School of Bioengineering Sciences & Research has announced admission to UG programmes in Bioengineering for the academic year 2019-20. Aspiring candidates can now apply by filling the application form, which can be accessed from the official website. While filling
the application form of for B.Tech in Bioengineering at MIT School of Bioengineering Sciences & Research, candidates also have to pay the application fee of Rs. 1,500. The application fee can be paid in online mode. The institute offers admission to candidates in Bioengineering programmes based on entrance exams like MHT CET, JEE Main, NEET or CET examination of any state.
It is essential for the candidates to have secured 50% aggregate marks in class 12 th , with Chemistry, Physics, and Maths/Biology.
Minimum 50% marks should have been secured in 12th standard.
Students with Chemistry, Physics, and Maths/Biology can apply
Exams accepted: MH-CET in Maharashtra, IIT-JEE, NEET or CET examination of any state.
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The application form is available in online mode. Candidates will have to fill the required personal, contact and academic information. All details submitted has to be valid in nature. Candidates will have to submit the application form before the final date.
Application Fee - Rs. 1500
Candidates will be offered admission into B.Tech in Bioengineering based on their performance and scores in MH-CET, IIT-JEE, NEET or CET examination of any state.
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