B.E. Admissions Process In India, Special Quota For NRIs, Available Entrance Options Other Than JEE For B.E Admissions
I want to know the procedure for admission into BE courses in engineering colleges, in India.
My son is presently in 12th class with the CBSE board.
But he is presently studying in a Gulf country's Indian school outside India.
That means he is now NRI.He studied from class 5th to class 12th outside India .
I want to know if he can take admission into BE courses in engineering colleges, in India if he gets a qualified score in JEEentrance.
If he qualifies in JEE entrance and wants to join into BE courses in engineering colleges, in INDIA. the fee structure will be the same as normal Indian students or he has to pay fees like an NRI student?
Is it Mandatory to join as an NRI student because he studied abroad or he can also join like all other Indian students if he qualifies in JEE and he can pay normal fees like an Indian student?
Also i want to is he eligible to write another entrance exam like BITSAT, SRMEE, VITEE etc and if he qualifies he can pay normal fees like an Indian students or he has to pay NRI fees.
I shall be happy if you will clarify this by sending an email as quick as possible.
Thanks for submitting your query. Planning to take admission in Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.), You have asked your question at the right platform.
It's a good decision that you are palling to choose B.E courses for your son. Bachelor of Engineering is one of the most sought after programs generally recognized in all industries.
The possibilities rolled out for B.E. There are countless graduates because of the technical developments that are continuously taking place in almost every region.
B.E Admission process is too simple for NRI students
Students are selected for the course B.E. after they have appeared for an entrance test.
The majority of the engineering colleges in India shortlist NRIs students on the basis of their performance in the entrance exam. Some colleges conduct their own entrance tests while some consider the scores obtained in national level competitive exams like JEE Main.
NRIs students can also avail DASA / CIWG quota, Under this quota, 15% of seats are reserved for NRIs in prestigious Indian engineering colleges.
We also designed a special eBook for you, You can download DASA / CIWG eBook (NRI quota)
Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) Eligibility Criteria
Students must have completed class 12th education from a recognized board of education.
It is mandatory for the students to have completed their higher secondary education in the science stream with Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry as compulsory subjects.
The aggregate marks scored by the student at the 10 + 2 level should not be less than 50 percent. For admission to some colleges, the minimum marks required are 75 per cent.
In the below video, our expert Mr. Manish will walk you through the required JEE Marks in order to take admissions into B.E Courses.
Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) Entrance Exams
Some popular entrance exams that are held for conducting B.E admissions are listed below. Students have to appear for these exams if they wish to get admission to the course of B.Com at the corresponding institutions.
You can check here options other than JEE to take admissions into B.E
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced
A consortium of Medical, Engineering, and Dental Colleges of Karnataka - Under Graduate Entrance Test (COMEDK UGET)
Maharashtra Health and Technical Common Entrance Test (MHT CET)
Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test (BITSAT)
Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam (VITEEE)
SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Exam (SRMJEEE)
Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions (TNEA)
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