VITEEE Counselling is begin held in single window mode and candidates are called as per the rank secured by them in VITEEE. For the phase I of counselling, top 20,000 rank holders are called. The seat allocation in VIT is on the basis of AIR. Each candidate can attend counselling once.
VIT University releases the VITEEE Result on vit.ac.in. To check it, you will have to submit application number and date of birth. You will get to know their score and rank through it. On the basis of VITEEE Rank, admission is granted in four campuses of the University. The result of VITEEE is prepared through an equipercentile equating method. The University will also inform candidates about their rank via SMS or e-mail.
The minimum qualifying score that is required to get admission into VITEEE is about 60 to 70. Looking into past trends and seats available at Velllore and Chennai campus, students till 30,000 rank are likely to get admission. However, major branches like CS, EC, EE are likely to close at 9,000 in the main Vellore campus and 15,000 in the Chennai campus.
As an engineering aspirant, your biggest worries are probably how to prepare for entrance exam, and how to prepare for board exams. While it is undoubtedly your hard work and determination that will lead to success, several other factors are necessary to be kept in mind during exam preparations. Students from all over India take VITEEE to get admission in VIT University Vellore and Chennai campuses. Level of competition is high considering the large number of test takers (more than 2 lakh).
VIT University conducts engineering entrance exam for admission to its B.Tech programs with specializations in Biotech, Bioinfo, Biomed, Civil, CSE, ECE, EEE, EIE, IT, Mech, Mech (Energy), Mech (Chemical), Mech (Auto), Production & IE offered at Vellore and Chennai campuses. There are around 5000 engineering seats for which around two lakh candidates register and appear every year.
Admissions to B.Tech programmes in the participating institutes in Himachal Pradesh are done through JEE Main and HPCET. You must have passed 10+2/XII or equivalent exam from a recognised board or university. General category candidates should have secured at least 45% marks in aggregate, while reserved category candidates must have obtained at least 40% marks in aggregate in class 12th or equivalent.
Candidates who have qualified the HPCET or JEE Main are eligible to apply for admission in the various undergraduate engineering programmes that are offered at the participating institutes of HPCET. The participating institutes include four government colleges and thirteen private colleges which are affiliated to the Himachal Pradesh Technical University (HPTU).
Himachal Pradesh Technical University conducts HPCET in offline mode in the second week of May. Admissions to the participating institutes are offered on the basis of HPCET and JEE Main scores. Those candidates who have qualified JEE Main are eligible for direct admissions.