(Exam Info) Engineering Entrance Test in Maharashtra

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Maharashtra

Admission to B.E/B.Tech/B.Arch courses is regulated according to the State Level Centralised Admission Process (SLCAP) in Government, Government-aided and private Engineering colleges in Maharashtra.

Eligibility : HSC (10+2) exam of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune or its equivalent with English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together at one and the same sitting (45% for BC candidates). First class diploma holders from the State Board of Technical Education are admired to II year of the course in certain institutions. Candidates who have taken Biology as 4th optional subject at the qualifying exam are eligible for admission to Biomedical Engineering course.

Admission Procedure : Application form and prospectus can be obtained from the notified engineering colleges in the State on payment of requisite amount (Notification: May/June). The Candidates is required to submit the completed applications to the concerned admission authorities in the State as mentioned in the Information Brochure.

Selection : Selection is done on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying exam. Candidates applying for B Arch course are required to appear in the aptitude test. Merit list is displayed at the centers, where the candidates have submitted the completed application. Candidates listed in the merit list are required to attend the counseling session as per schedule given in the brochure.

Medium of Examination : English

Reservation of seats: SC and Nav Budhas-13%, ST-7%, nomadic tribes-8%, OBC-19%, Vimukta Jati-3%, Special Backward Class-2%.

Domicile Restrictions: Candidates must have passed SSC/10+2 exam from an institution in Maharashtra State. However exceptions are considered for:

  1. Govt. of India nominees

  2. Sons/daughters of persons domiciled in Maharashtra even if they have passed the qualifying examination from outside the state

  3. sons/daughters of central govt./undertaking employees transferred to Maharashtra in case they have passed the qualifying exam from the state

  4. children or wards of Maharashtra state govt./undertaking employees who are on transfer/transferred from outside the state

  5. wards of defence personnel

  6. children of NRIs from Maharashtra


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