NIIT University has announced B.Tech applications for eligible engineering aspirants. Interested candidates can apply online to NIIT University for admissions to the B.Tech courses. Check complete details below about the programmes offered, selection procedure, eligibility criteria and application procedure.
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University: NIIT University
Programmes Offered: B.Tech in-
Computer Science & Engineering
Electronics and Communications Engineering
Candidates must have submitted the Early Admission Application form by specified date.
Candidates must have scored >= 60% marks in Class X from CBSE/ICSE/any other board in India or its equivalent from any other country in 5 subjects (four compulsory subjects are English, Mathematics, Science and Social Study. Fifth can be any subject of the student's choice).
Candidates must be pursuing or have scored >= 60% marks in Class XII from any board in India or its equivalent from any other country in five subjects (compulsory subjects being Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Biology (PCM/PCB) and English.
Candidates must have PCM>= 60% for CSE & ECE and PCB, PCM or PCMB>= 60% for BT in XII class.
Candidate must be appearing in the board examination in March/April 2014 or should possess the score of Class XII board examination from year 2012 or 2013.
Candidates must have appeared in either JEE Main 2014 or appearing in BITSAT 2014 or SAT or NUET (NIIT University Engineering Test) or any State Engineering Entrance Examination.
Application Procedure: To apply online, click here.
NIIT University NH-8 Delhi-Jaipur Highway,
Neemrana, District Alwar,
Rajasthan - 301 705
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Yes you can choose NIIT over JK laksmipat University as NIIT has more faculties than JK Laksmipat. NIIT was established in 2009 where as JK lakshmipat was established in 2011 and NIIT has more good rating on Careers360 than of jk University. It gives you more opportunities, more facilities and good infrastructure than jk university.
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Between these two I would recommend Hindustan University, because it is one of the oldest college in the south. And looking at the course or branch you are willing to opt i.e. CSE in my opinion Hindustan University will be a good choice.
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Hy there ,
If you are choosing niit university which is in Rajasthan I'll tell you it's good and have many facilities which are important for students. Now as u Said you are from ap. This university has Hostel facilities. And have it's own placement cell . So after completion of your B-tech if you're aiming for a job you can get it from college itself. And faculties and academics are also good here.
Dear Anshuman Shukla
It seems to me as if youve forfot to mention your category. To be in the safe side, a score of 150+ is required if you belong to be in the general open category. Therefore according to me you have less chance to get a seat in MA geography in Allahabad University.
All the beat
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