Engineering is one of the most popularly pursued courses in India.
Students from across the country participate in large number in entrances to gain admission to some of the best engineering institutions in the country.
Among these entrances is Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission (TNEA) which is conducted by Anna University.
Students will be eligible for admission to various undergraduate courses at Tamil Nadu top engineering colleges once they clear certain cut offs and go through counselling after applying for TNEA.
The registration process has already started and interested candidates have until May 31 to apply for the same.
The university offers undergraduate courses in 31 disciplines covering almost all the aspects of engineering and technology.
Following is the list of minimum required for admission in academic and vocational courses. Marks required by each category is different with relaxation being provided to reserved categories:
- General- Minimum of 50 per cent in class 12 HSC exams.
- BC/BC Muslim- Minimum of 45 per cent in class 12 HSC exams.
- MBC/DNC/SC/ST- Minimum of 40 per cent in class 12 HSC exams.
The admission process is rooted on merit and the class 12 results of candidates are considered for admission.
Students can get enrolled at colleges through “single window counselling” of the TNEA.
The date, time and venue of the counselling session will be provided on the official website.
The application form for various undergraduate courses has already been started and the last date for new user registration is May 31.
Admission to the university is done on Merit basis considering marks obtained by candidates in Class XII.
Source: The Indian Express