ADMISSION – FIRST YEAR ENGINEERING

Intake capacity & Seats Distribution 

Sr. No. Branch   Intake          Seats Distribution  
General Seats Minority Seats Institute Level Seats TOTAL
1 Civil Engineering * 60 17 31 12 60
2 Civil Engineering # 60 17 31 12 60
3 Computer Engineering * 60 17 31 12 60
4 Electrical Engineering * 60 17 31 12 60
5 Electronics & Telecomm. Engineering * 60 17 31 12 60
6 Mechanical Engineering * 120 35 61 24 120
  TOTAL 420 120 216 84 420

    * – First Shift      # – Second Shift

Eligibility Criteria

  • Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the HSC (Std. XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subject.                                            

AND

  • Passed HSC or its equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology or Technical or Vocational subjects and obtained at least 50 % marks (at least 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the above subjects taken together;

      OR

  • Passed Diploma in Engineering and Technology and obtained at least 50% marks (at least 45 % marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only);
   OR
  • Passed B.Sc. Degree from a Recognised University as defined by UGC and obtained at least 50 % marks (at least 45 % marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only);
AND

 

  • Obtained score in MHT-CET 2016 conducted by the Competent Authority.

Documents required (* mandatory ) 

  1. MHT-CET 2016 Marksheet *
  2. HSC Marsheet *
  3. SSC Marksheet *
  4. SSC Passing Certificate *
  5. HSC College Leaving Certificate *
  6. Domicile Certificate *
  7. Nationality Certificate/Proof *
  8. Provisional Eligibility Certificate (for OMS and Diploma Students)
  9. Gap Certificate (if applicable)
  10. Caste Certificate (for reserved candidate)
  11. Caste Validity Certificate (for reserved candidate)
  12. Non-creamy layer certificate (for reserved candidate)
  13. Migration certificate (for OMS candidate)
  14. Declaration Affidavit for Minority students

 

 

Admission Schedule

Schedule of admission under the Institute Level quota will be displayed on AIKTC’s Notice Boards & Website (www.aiktc.org). For information related to CAP procedure and schedule refer to: www.dte.org.in

 

FEES  STRUCTURE

Demand Draft Details Institute Fees – 71,000/- (2017-18)
In Favour of AIKTC-SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
Payable at MUMBAI

Your Name (required)

Address

Contact No (required)

Your Email (required)

HSC Score

Query

SCHOLARSHIP  DETAILS

State Government Minority Scholarship
 Website             : www.dte.org.in    : State Government Scholarship
 Income Limit     : Below 6,00,000/-
 Scholarship for : Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Buddhiest
 Documents required
1. Last Examination Marksheet
2. Leaving Certificate
3.  Domicile Certificate
4. Address Proof- Ration Card, Electricity Bill, Passport, MTNL/BSNL Bill
5. Income Declaration- Affidavit
6. Bank Passbook
7.  Fee receipt
8. Aadhar Card

 

Ø Merit -cum-Means  Scholarship
 Website             : www.dte.org.in : Central  Government Scholarship
 Income Limit     : Below 6,00,000/-
 Scholarship for : Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Buddhiest
 Documents required
1.  Last Examination Marksheet
2. Leaving Certificate
3.  Domicile Certificate
4. Address Proof- Ration Card, Electricity Bill, Passport, MTNL/BSNL Bill
5. Income Declaration- Affidavit
6. Bank Passbook
7.  Fee receipt
8. Aadhar Card

 

Ø EBC Scholarship
 Website             : www.dte.org.in    : EBC Concession
 Income Limit     : Below 1,00,000/-
 Scholarship for : Admitted from CAP
 Documents required
1.     EBC Scholarship Form
2.     Original and one attested copy of Income Certificate 2012-13
3.     College Leaving Certificate
4.     Ration Card Xerox
5.     Last Examination passed certificates Xerox copy
6.     Domicile Certificate
7.     DTE Allotment Letter
8.     Bank Passbook Xerox

 

  • RESERVED CATEGORY SCHOLARSHIP
SC/ST/NT/VJNT/OBC/SBC Scholarship and Freeship
 Website             : www.dte.org.in     : EBC Concession
 Income Limit     : Below 1,00,000/-
 Scholarship for  : Admitted from CAP and Reserved category students
 Sr. No. Category Scholarship Freeship
1 SC  Below 2,00,000/- Above 2,00,000/-
2 SBC Below 1,00,000/- Above 1,00,000/– upto 4,50,000/-
3 NT, VJNT Below 1,00,000/- Above 1,00,000/– upto 4,50,000/-
4 OBC Below 1,00,000/- Above 1,00,000/– upto 4,50,000/-
 Documents required
1. Printed Application Form
2. DTE Allotment Letter
3. Last Examination passed certificates Xerox copy
4. Caste Certificate Xerox Copy
5. Caste Validity Certificate Xerox Copy
6. Non-creamy Layer Certificate Xerox copy (not for SC, ST)
7. Income Certificate  2012-13 of parents from Tahsildar or FORM- 16A(Original + Xerox Copy)
8. Ration Card Xerox Copy
9. District change certificate from social welfare office (if any)-for first year
       (Original + Xerox Copy)
10. Gap Certificate Xerox Copy (if any)
11. Passport size photograph (1)
12. Fee Receipt
13. Bank Passbook Xerox

1. What are the various courses offered by your college?

The college offers 3 UG level degree courses and 1 PG level degree course:

1. Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Tele Communication Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
2. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm.)
3. Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch.)
4. Master of Engineering (M.E.) in Civil Engineering with Specialization: Construction Engineering and Management.

*(UG- Undergraduate , PG- Post Graduate)

2. Are the courses offered by the AIKTC are recognized?

All the courses are approved and recognised by the concerned statutory authorities.
All courses recognised by the Directorate of Technical Education and Government of Maharashtra.

All the courses are approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi.

B. Pharm. is approved approved by the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), New Delhi.

B. Arch. is approved by the Council of Architecture (CoA), New Delhi.

All the courses are affiliated to University of Mumbai.

3. What are the minimum requirements for applying to a particular course in AIKTC?

Eligibility for Admission

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subjects

AND

Secured minimum 50% marks (minimum 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subjects added together.

AND

Obtained score in MHT-CET 2016 conducted by the Competent Authority.

SCHOOL OF PHARMACY
Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the HSC (Std.XII)examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics AND Secured minimum 45% marks i.e. not less than 135 marks out of 300 marks (minimum 40% marks i.e. not less than 120 marks out of 300 marks in case of candidates of Backward class categories belonging only to Maharashtra State) the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology/Biotechnology/Technical Vocational subject added together (Maximum of marks obtained in Biology/Mathematics shall be considered for the purpose of addition)

AND

Obtained a non zero score in subjects Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics added together in MT-CET 2016 Score Card

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
HSC (Std. XII) of Maharashtra State Board or equivalent (In any stream i.e. Science, commerce or Arts) with Mathematics as a subject and secured minimum 50% aggregate marks (45% for backward class candidates from Maharashtra state)

OR

10 + 3 Diploma (Any stream) recognized by Central/ State govt. (min. 50% aggregate marks (45% for backward class candidates from Maharashtra state)

AND

Valid NATA score (minimum 80 out of 200). It is mandatory to qualify in NATA–National Aptitude Test in Architecture, conducted by COA.

4. Are Marks obtained in the qualifying exams considered for admission?

All admissions are strictly on Merit. Admissions to some courses are based on Merit in the All- India Entrance test, and in some programs on the basis of Merit in the Qualifying examination.

5. Can I apply for admission to a program in AIKTC before the declaration of result of the Qualifying Exam?

No

6. What is the total approximate expenditure for a selected course?

Fee Structure – As decided By Shikshan Shulka Samiti

7. Can I receive admission on the basis of entrance test alone?

All the admission done on the basis of DTE rules and regulations

8. Can I fill the online application form?

Yes (Website : www.aiktc.org)

9. Do I need to come down to AIKTC campus / admission office to receive / submit the application form?

Yes : Have to submit the application form with all relevant documents in the College.

10. Where can I get the prospectus and application forms?

At AIKTC Campus, Panvel,

OR

at www.aiktc.org (“Admission” menu)

11. If I have to apply for more than one course/program, should I get that many application forms?

Yes

12. Can I depute someone as a Nominee for counselling if I am not able to travel/ come down?

Yes

13. Do I need to pay the admission / tuition fee at the time of counselling / admission?

Yes

14. Is there any facility for payment of fees in installments?

If permitted by The Director or Management.

15. Is there a Capitation fee?

No.

16. Is there any Management / Reservation/ Donation quota?

No. All admissions are awarded strictly on merit and we don’t have any
management quota, reserved/ donation seats or payment seats of any kind.

17. Are any extracurricular activities promoted, or have facilities available for their training / practice?

There are plenty of facilities and activities for the overall personality Development of every individual at AIKTC.

18. In whose favour should the Demand Draft (DD) be made?

Demand Draft should be drawn from any Nationalised, Schedule and Co-operative Banks

DD in favour of:
For School of Engineering & Technology : AIKTC-SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
For School of Pharmacy: AIKTC-SCHOOL OF PHARMACY
For School of Architecture: AIKTC-SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

19. What are the documents required while attending the counseliing /admission?

  • All the original documents (as per list attached in application forms)
  • Demand Draft
  • Passport Size Photo

20. Can I take back the original documents?

After the Course completion

21. Does AIKTC offer Ph.D. Programs?

In process

22. Is there any Dress code?

Yes

23. Hostel Facility available in your Campus?

Not Available – In process

24. Is it necessary for the Parents to attend / accompany Candidate during Counseliing?

Yes

25. Admission Schedule is displayed or not?

Admission schedule will be displayed on all College Notice board and college website.

26. What is the Cancellation Procedure and Refund?

As per DTE rules and regulations

27. What is the cut-off percentage of last year?

BRANCH INTAKE CAPACITY CAP MINORITY
Highest Marks Cut-off Marks Highest Marks Cut-off Marks
B.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING-I 63 84.77 45.88 86.62 46.73
B.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING-II 63 69.8 41.09 61.1 45.69
B.E. COMPUTER ENGINEERING 63 73.53 30.81 77.31 47.62
B.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 60 85.29 49.42 79.75 37.45
B.E. ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGG. 63 66.86 19.11 80.85 21.51
B.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 63 85.95 44.66 94.54 63.34
B.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING* 63 83.06 29.62 71.63 63.89
B. PHARMACY 60 104 59 128 52.62
B. ARCHITECTURE 40 133.54 122.81 127.08 109.23

28. Is there any Scholarship given by Government or Institute?

There is a Scholarship given by State Government.

29. What are TFWS seats?

TFWS is a Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme under which 5 percent of sanctioned intake per course shall be available for these admissions. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature and to be filled through centralized admission process conducted by Competent Authority i.e., DTE irrespective of the institute participate in CAP or not. Institutes not participating in CAP are not allowed to fill these seats at Institute level.

30. Who are eligible for TFWS?

Sons and daughters of parent having annual income of less than Rs. 6.00 lakhs from all sources shall only be eligible for seats under this scheme and only Maharashtra candidates are eligible.

31. What will be the fees under TFWS?

Students will have to pay only other fees of the respective Institute in which he/she is admitted and Tuition fees will be waived off. Other fees, like admission fee, Library Fee, caution deposits, etc shall have to be paid by the students.

32. What additional documents are required to apply under TFWS?

Candidates willing to opt for these additional TFWS seats will have to submit Income certificate stating that his/her parent’s annual income is less than Rs. 6.0 lakhs from all sources from the appropriate competent authority of the Maharashtra State.

33. Can I opt for a General Seat only or a TFWS Seat or both?

Yes, A student can opt for seat under General category as well as under TFW Scheme, if one is eligible.

34. What is the admission process for TFWS seats?

  • Student has to select option for TFWS quota at the time of Registration.

  • Separate merit list will be prepared by DTE for TFWS candidates.

  • Two types of Merit rank will be available one for General category seats and the other for TFWS category seats.

35. How many rounds are available in Centralized Admission Process (CAP)from the Year 2016-2017?

Four Round

36. What are the stages in Centralized Admission Process 2016-2017?

Stage 1: Collect admission Kit from Facilitation Centre after the release of advertisement by Admission Competent Authority and fill online application form by candidate for participation in CAP. Confirm the online application form and verification document at the Facilitation Centre in person.

Stage 2: After display of Provisional Merit List on web portal, submit grievances if any at Facilitation Centre. Check the number in Final Merit List as per the category.

Stage 3: Filling up and confirmation of online option form having preferences of courses & institution before CAP Round 1(Candidates may fill-in as many choices as possible of Courses and Institutes in decreasing order of their preferences and option form once confirmed shall be considered for allotment in CAP 1st 2nd& 3rd Round.).

Stage 4: Check the allotted institute & course in Provisional Allotment of CAP 1st 2nd& 3rd Round and candidates can opt to Freeze, Slide or Float the choice of course and institute during the CAP process before accepting the allotted seat. Report at Admission Reporting Centre for accepting the seat offered as per the CAP 1st 2nd& 3rd Round along with the Seat Acceptance fee & Original Documents for verification. Collect the receipt of payment from the Admission Reporting Centre for future reference.

Stage 5: Check the seats available for the CAP 4th Round published on website. Fill or Edit the already filled online option form. Before start of this round you can change the option from sliding/floating to freezing or vice versa. Report at Admission Reporting Centre for accepting the seat offered as per the CAP 4th Round.

Stage 6: Reporting and confirming the Admission at the Institute as per final Allotment through CAP by showing the Seat Acceptance Fee Receipt and paying the balance Tuition & others fees in the Institute allotted.

37. Is it necessary to fill & confirm online option form in CAP 1<sup>st</sup> 2<sup>nd </sup>& 3<sup>rd </sup>Round separately?

No, Candidate has to fill in as many choices as possible of Institutes and courses before CAP 1st Round. The option form once confirmed shall be considered for allotment in CAP 1st 2nd & 3rd Round. One option form is to be filled with as many choices as possible for CAP 1st 2nd & 3rd Round.

38. Is it necessary to fill & confirm online option form in CAP 4<sup>th </sup>Round separately?

 Yes, the candidates are allowed to fill or edit the already filled online option form.Provision of second option form is available in CAP 4th Round.

39. Is it mandatory to accept the offered seat as per allotment of the CAP 1st, 2nd & 3rd Round and report at Reporting Centre?

No. Candidates who wants to reject the allocated seat can do so by not remitting the seat acceptance fee at the Admission Reporting Centre. (Candidates who reject allocated seat in CAP 1st Round cannot participate in CAP 2nd & / or 3rd Round, but can participate in CAP 4th round.)

40. What are the options available during the Centralized Admission Process (CAP) and before accepting the allotted seat?

‘Freeze’, ‘Float’ and ‘Slide’

41.What are the meaning of the terms 'Freeze', 'Float' and ‘Slide’?

These three options allow a candidate to either retain the seat allocated or to opt for a change in seat as per candidate’s preference in any of the institutes or in the same institute in which the seat is allocated.

(1) Freeze: Candidates accept  the  offered  seat  and  indicate  that  they are  content  with  the  allocated  academic  program  and  that  they  do  not want  to  participate  in  further  rounds  of  seat  allocation.  Such candidates will NOT be considered in subsequent rounds of admission.

(2) Float: Candidates accept  the  offered  seat  and  indicate  that,  if admission  to  an  academic  program  of  better/higher  preference  in  any Institute  is  offered,  they  will  accept  it.  Else, they will continue with the currently accepted academic program. Such candidates will be considered in subsequent rounds of admission.

(3) Slide: Candidates accept  the  offered  seat  and  indicate  that,  if admission  to  an  academic  program  of  better  /  higher  preference  is offered within the same Institute, they will accept it. Such candidates will be considered in subsequent rounds of admission.

42.Can I use the floating option in the CAP 1st Round of Centralized Admission Process (CAP)? Can I change my option from float to slide in CAP 2nd Round ?

Yes,you can change your option to freeze or slide from float in CAP 2ndRound.

43. Can I use the freeze option after CAP 2nd or 3rd Round in the Centralized Admission Process (CAP)?

Yes.

44. I have opted for a float option and now I am satisfied with the seat I got in the CAP 2nd or 3rd Round. Can I freeze it there or will I have to wait for the end of the CAP 4th Rounds?

Yes, you can definitely freeze it & there is no need to wait for CAP 4th Round.

45.If I have been offered admission to my first choice in any round, can I opt for Slide & float options in subsequent round?

 No

46.Who can participate in CAP 4th Round?

Candidates who have not been allotted any set in any of the previous rounds or those who have taken and cancelled their admission in earlier rounds or rejected seats and those who are desirous of floating and sliding in this final round are eligible to participate in CAP 4th Round.

47.Can I use the sliding & floating option for the seat allotted in CAP 4th Round of the Centralized Admission Process (CAP)?

NO

48.What is the advantage of revised Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2016-2017?

 The provision of betterment is provided in revised Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2016-2017, so that a candidate can retain his allotted seat and also considered eligible for the further rounds. This provides continuous betterment till he is allotted the First Choice or the choice of highest preference in the last CAP round.

49. Why I have to visit the facilitation Centre?

  The candidate has to visit the facilitation Centre in person for collecting online application  kit, filling online application forms, confirming online application forms,verification of documents and grievance, etc.

50. Why I have to visit the Admission Reporting Centre?

 The candidate has to visit the Admission Reporting Centre in person for confirming his admission after allotment of seat as per the CAP Round by paying the Seat Acceptance Fee and for verification of the Original Documents.

51. What amount is to be paid as seat acceptance fee for confirming the degree engineering admission and where?

An amount of Rs 5000/-for candidates of General Category, VJ/DT, NT, SBC, OBC and Rs 1000/-  for SC/ST Category Candidates is to paid by demand draft in favour of Competent Authority for confirmation of the admission to the Admission Reporting Centre.

52. When the candidate has to report to the Institute for taking the admission?

 The candidate has to report to the Institute only after all the CAP rounds are completed.

53. Can candidate cancel the admission during CAP Round and where he has to approach.?

 Yes, the candidate can cancel his admission and get his seat acceptance fee back as refund after deducting the processing charges of Rs 1000/- from the Admission Reporting Centre.

54. What are types of OMS candidate?

There are Two types of OMS candidates:

  1. Place of Birth is out of Maharashtra but passed HSC from Maharashtra State Board and residence in Maharashtra is less than 10 years.

  2. Place of birth and Passed HSC or equivalent exam from outside Maharashtra.

55. What is the eligibility for OMS candidate?

  • Secured minimum 50 % marks (minimum 45 % marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the subjects Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subject added together.

  • Obtained All India Rank in JEE (Main) 2016 (Paper 1) given by CBSE.

56. How OMS candidate can get admission in Maharashtra State's Engineering college?

  • All OMS candidates are treated as GENERAL/OPEN candidates and are not eligible to claim reservation for Backward Class category candidate.

  • OMS candidates who have obtained All India Rank in JEE (Main) 2015 (Paper 1) given by CBSE can apply to participate in the CAP process for admission against the All India Seats. OMS candidate can also apply separately for the seats coming under the purview of the Institute Authorities (Institute Level seats/against CAP vacancies) to be filled by the respective unaided institute at the institute level. For details read the information brochure carefully.

57. If OMS candidate had not appeared for JEE MAIN PAPER-1, whether he/she is eligible to take admission in Maharashtra state's Engineering college.

Yes, he/she can take admission based of HSC result but he should have secured minimum 50% marks (minimum 45% marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the subjects Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subject added together.

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