Updated: June 16, 2021 3:46:40 pm
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham has announced the dates for phase 3 of the Amrita entrance examination (AEEE) 2021. According to the announcement, the examination will be conducted from July 11- July 14. The varsity will conduct the examination online with remote proctoring. The AEEE follows the pattern of JEE Main.
In order to be eligible for the test, candidates must have cleared class 12 examinations or equivalent from a recognised board, with a minimum of 55 per cent in physics, chemistry and mathematics separately, and an aggregate of 60 per cent in physics, chemistry and mathematics. Candidates must not be born after June 1, 2000 in order to be eligible for admission.
Candidates who previously appeared for AEEE phase 1 or phase 2, or both, can appear for the phase 3 examination as well to improve their marks. Once candidates clear the AEEE examination, online counselling sessions will be conducted for each candidate to discuss the engineering programmes available to the candidate, on the basis of their grade on the AEEE examination.
The AEEE is conducted for admissions to BTech programmes at four campuses of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham located at Amritapuri (Kerala), Bengaluru, Chennai and Coimbatore. The varsity also allows admissions to the engineering programmes on the basis of scores obtained by candidates on the Remote Proctored Examination (CBT or RPE) or JEE Main 2021 or SAT or Pearson UG Entrance Examination Score (PUEE).
For 2021 admissions, the varsity will start, in the first week of August, the BTech Centralised Seat Allotment Process (CSAP). Interested candidates may register for the same by paying the registration fee. More information about the same may be found on the varsity’s website- amrita.edu
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