Anna University Chennai Results 2011
Results of PG Exam (M.E./M.Tech./M.Arch.) (Credit System) Jan-2012
SRM University will conduct engineering entrance exam for B.Tech, B.Des, B. Arch, M.Tech, M.Arch, MCA & Ph.D courses, application forms should be submitted by 31st March 2012.
Important Dates for SRMEEE 2012
|1.||Sale of application forms||27th November 2011|
|2.||Last date for receipt of filled-in application||31st March 2012|
|3.||Entrance Examination||6th May 2012|
|4.||Publication of rank list||14th May 2012|
|5.||Last date for receipt of 12th std/ equivalent exam marks detail||5th June 2012|
|6.||Last date for receipt of NATA score for B.Arch. admission||5th June 2012|
|7.||Counseling for admission||12th June to 18th June 2012|
|8.||Last date for payment of full fees||30th June 2012 for UG|
|9.||Last date for submission of original documents||31st July 2012 for UG|
Venue of SRMEEE 2012:
Kattankulathur – 603203.
Counseling schedule will be published along with rank list
To apply or learn more visit
The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board will be conducting entrance test for undergraduate courses in Engineering / Technology /Architecture/ Medical*/Dental* and Pharmacy in Universities/Colleges in West Bengal for the academic session 2012-
2013, on the basis of a Joint Entrance Examination.
WBJEE 2012 is scheduled to be held on 15 April 2012 (Sunday), Information brochure and application forms will be available from 28 December 2011 till 18 January 2012 at selected branches of United Bank of India. The application forms can also be procured by post by paying Rs.200/- extra. The details of the branches & postal application form procedure is mentioned in the advertisement.
Important dates for WBJEE 2012
Sale of Application Kit ( from listed UBI Branches) 28.12.2011 to 18.01.2012
Last date for Receipt of request for Application Kit “by post” 06.01.2012
Last date for Receipt of duly filled in applications “by Speed post” 24.01.2012
WBJEE 2012 Schedule is as below
|Date of WBJEE 2012||9.30 a.m. To 11.30 a.m.||12.30 p.m. To 2.30 p.m.||3.30 p.m. To 5.30 p.m.||15.04.2012,|
|Sunday||Mathematics (100 marks)||Physics (50 marks)||Chemistry (50 marks)||Biological Sciences (100 marks)|
For more details please refer the detailed notification below
Read About WBJEE 2012
Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) is an Institute of National Importance. It was formerly known as Maulana Azad College of Technology (MACT), which was India's one of the first eight Regional Engineering Colleges. The institute has been named after the great scholar, educationist and the first education Minister of Govt. of India, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. The Govt. of India and Govt. of Madhya Pradesh jointly sponsored the Institute in 1960 to attract bright young students from across the country. Presently, along with about 200 faculties and 4000 students, the institute is successfully meeting the objective of producing skilled manpower of the highest quality to cope up with challenges of ever evolving industrial needs of the country.
Courses Offered by Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology
Applications are invited for Full Time/Part Time Ph.D programme in the following departments of the Institute.
- Civil Engineering (including Remote Sensing & GIS)
- Mechanical Engineering (including Production & Industrial Engineering)
- Electrical Engineerin
- Electronics & Communication Engineering
- Applied Mechanics
- Material Science & Metallurgical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Architecture & Planning
- Energy Engineering
- Computer Science Engineering Computer Application (MCA)
- Management Studies and Humanities.
Master’s Degree with minimum 55% marks (CGPA 6.0) from a recognized university, Reservations are as per prevailing GOI norms
How To Apply for apply to PhD admission at Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology
Application Form for PhD admission at Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology:
Completed Application on the prescribed form will be accepted. The application form can be downloaded from the Institute website http://www.manit.ac.in (preferable mode).
It can also be collected in person from MANIT, Bhopal by paying Rs. 50/- through A/c payee Bank Draft/IPO in favour of “Director, MANIT Bhopal” or through post by sending a self-addressed A4 Size Envelope with A/c Payee Bank Draft/IPO of Rs. 50/- in favour of “MANIT Bhopal”.
Submission to take and admission at Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology(MANIT):
The Envelope must contain the following header, “Application form for Ph.D. Admission in Department” Application must submit separate applications and A/c Payee Bank Draft/IPO of Rs. 750/- (non refundable) if they wish to apply to different Departments. Applications received after due date are likely to be rejected.
Contact Details of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology(MANIT).
Bhopal – 462051
Tel: +91 755 4051000, 4052000
Last date for receipt of form
30 December 2011
Selection : First preference will be given to valid GATE/NET qualified meritorious candidates with research aptitude. An Entrance test will be conducted at Institute level. Short listed meritorious candidates with research aptitude will be called for interview. No TA/DA will be paid for attending the same.
Read About MANIT
- Nearly 2L Seats Remained Vacant This Year Despite Council Relaxing Admission Norms. Two decades ago, just a percentage of aspiring Indian engineers found a seat in a tech school. Now, supply seems to have outstripped demand, with lakhs of engineering seats in Indian colleges going abegging.
- State governments now want the country's regulatory body to reject fresh proposals for starting engineering colleges.
- "We have received letters from the Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Haryana and Chhat-tisgarh governments telling us not to clear proposals for engineering institutes," said S S Mantha, chairman, All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the umbrella body for professional education in the country.
- Maharashtra, too, said sources, is firming up its pitch to AICTE after waking up to the fact that the number of vacant seats in engineering colleges has risen dramatically over the last three years. AICTE records show that India produced 4.01 lakh engineers in 2003-04, of which 35% were computer engineers. In 2004-05,1,355 engineering colleges admitted 4.6 lakh students, of which 31% were computer engineers. The number of graduates rose to 5.2 lakh in 2005-06. In five years, the capacity in technology colleges has more than trebled.
- India is now home to 3,393 engineering colleges that have 14.85 lakhs seats available. Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and UP have about 70% tech institutes. When admissions closed this year, AICTE estimated that nearly two lakh seats remained unfilled.
- This glut in engineering seats has had experts worried. This year, AICTE relaxed entry norms for tech schools, hoping there would be a rush of students. But despite lowering the minimum score required to join an engineering college, there weren't enough students to fill all seats on offer.
- "Seats are going vacant in rural parts of various states. There are no takers for specific engineering programmes, but the core engineering courses of civil, mechanical and electrical still have takers," added Mantha.
- The AICTE has told state governments to pass on copies of perspective plans of all universities, so that the growth of colleges can be mapped and controlled.