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AEEE 2021 phase 2 result released

AEEE 2021 phase 2 result has been announced. The phase 3 registrations are also open. Candidates can appear for the phase 3 exam if they are not satisfied with their score in Phase 1 or 2.

Written by AglaSem | New Delhi |
Updated: June 21, 2021 11:43:29 am
AEEE 2021 result to be declared todat at ataoap.amrita.edu. Photo credit: AglaSem

The Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham announced the Amrita Engineering Entrance Examination (AEEE) 2021 today. The result is declared online only at Amrita Online Admissions Portal, which is available at aoap.amrita.edu. Candidates can check the result by entering their email id and password. 

“Phase 2 score will be published on June 20 at 5 pm. The Last date to submit the grievance for malpractice is June 23. For all the applicants who applied for AEEE Phase 2, willingness submission for Phase 3 will be activated on June 21 at 9.00 am,” read the official notice.

To check the result of AEEE 2021, the candidates may follow the steps below:

Step 1 – Visit the official website of AEEE 2021 for results, i.e. ataoap.amrita.edu.

Step 2 – Next, on the page that opens, enter the login details, which are the email id and date of birth.

Step 3 – After the successful login, check the AEEE 2021 result.

Step 4 – Download the same for future references.

The admission and counselling process for all candidates will start once all phases of AEEE 2021 are concluded. The last and final phase of AEEE 2021, phase 3, will be held from July 11 to 14, 2021. It will also be held as an online remote proctored test. 

The candidates who have yet not applied for AEEE 2021 phase 3 can do so only until July 5, 2021. The AEEE 2021 application form is available at the official website amrita.edu. The candidates who have already applied for phase 2 can also apply for phase 3, but for them, the willingness submission process will open from June 21 at 9 am.

For the phase 3 exam, the AEEE 2021 slot booking process will open from July 7 to 9, 2021. Just like phases 1 and 2, mock tests will be conducted before the actual exam from July 8 to 10, 10 am to 5 om. Phase 3 exams will be held from July 11 to 14 in 2 sessions per day for which the timings are 10 am– 11.30 am, 2 pm – 3.30 pm. Also, Amrita University will allow the candidates to take a retest who fail to attempt the phase 3 exams on July 16.

If a candidate appeared in more than one phase of AEEE 2021 then the best score out of all the attempts will be considered for preparation of the AEEE 2021 merit list.

Read | Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham announces dates for phase 3 of AEEE 2021

Seats will be allocated to the candidates based on AEEE 2021 rank. After the AEEE 2021 result is out, candidates have to register for the Amrita University’s B.Tech Centralised Seat Allotment process (CSAP). An applicant can participate in CSAP with any of the rank/scores of PUEE Score / JEE Mains score / SAT Score / AEEE rank. The most preferred branch opted by the candidate is allotted according to the rank/score.

Common counselling will be held to allocate seats to the candidates in all B.Tech courses Amrita campuses located in Amritapuri, Bengaluru, Coimbatore, and Chennai. There are at least 60 seats in each branch, on each campus.

There is no cut-off for admission to BTech programmes. Admission will be offered to the candidates until all seats across all the campuses of the varsity are filled. Scholarship facilities will be also offered by the varsity based on the score secured in either JEE / SAT / PUEE / AEEE.

Amrita University has 4 campuses in Coimbatore, Amravati, Bengaluru, and Chennai which offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programs. The University was established in 1994. It has 13 schools / departments.

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