Passed the HSC (10+2) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher
Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with following subjects: English,
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and secured minimum 50% marks i.e. not less than
150 marks out of 300 marks (45% marks i.e. not less than 135 marks out of 300 marks
for OBC candidates from Maharashtra) in the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
The information is given below in brief. For details refer Government of Maharashtra
(DTE) website : www.dte.org.in/fe2009
a) For the candidate of Maharashtra State
In addition to educational qualification as specified, candidates are required to
appear for MHT-CET 2009 and secure nonzero score to be eligible for admission for
State Quota (65%) seats through Central Assessment Process (CAP).
b) For candidates outside of Maharashtra State
In addition to educational qualification as specified, candidates from Maharashtra
State as well as outside Maharashtra State are required to appear & qualify
in All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE-2009) conducted by C.B.S.E.,
New Delhi for the Academic Year - 2009-10 to be eligible for admission.
c) For the candidates wishing admission under Management Quota
Candidates from Maharashtra State as well as from outside Maharashtra State having
educational qualification as specified, are eligible for Management Quota seats
provided they have appeared for MHT-CET 2009 conducted by the competent Authority
or conducted by an agency (if any) including Association of all Pvt. colleges approved
by Pravesh Niyantran Samittee. However, they are required to apply separately to
the Management of the respective institutes for these seats.
d) For Diploma holder candidates
After admissions of candidates fulfilling the eligibility criteria mentioned at
para (a, b & c) above, if the vacancies still exist after the cut-off date declared
by the concerned Government authority, the Principal may admit diploma holders who
have passed the diploma course in Engineering / Technology with minimum of 50% marks
and medium of instruction as English from Polytechnics affiliated to MSBTE or AICTE
approved autonomous Polytechnics in Maharashtra State (for Maharashtra State Candidates)
or such polytechnics situated in or outside the MH State (for outside Maharashtra
State Candidates). Such admissions are also as per merit of candidates applied for
the particular un-aided college.
This is brief information about F.E. admission for the year 2009-10. For more details
kindly visit following websites.
• www.dte.org.in –
– Pune University
• www.AIEEE.nic.in -
How to apply
Candidates are advised to follow the rules for admission to First Year
Engineering and direct admission to Second Year Engineering degree courses as published
by the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State from time to time.
However some of the basic guidelines are given below.
All the candidates are advised to submit their applications to the Admission Authorities
notified by the Government of Maharashtra on or before the last date of application,
unless specified differently elsewhere.
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