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GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA RULES OF ADMISSION TO FIRST YEAR OF FOUR YEAR FULL TIME DEGREE

GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA

RULES OF ADMISSION TO FIRST YEAR OF FOUR YEAR FULL

TIME DEGREE COURSES

IN ENGINEERING/TECHNOLOGY

FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2008 – 2009 AND INSTITUTE INFORMATION

ACADEMIC YEAR 200 8 – 200 9 AND INSTITUTE INFORMATION DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, Maharashtra State

DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, Maharashtra State

3, Mahapalika Marg, Opp Metro Cinema, Dhobi Talao, Post Box No. 1967, Mumbai-400001 Telephone: 022-22641150, 22641151, 11620601, 22690602 Helpline Nos: 022-2262 6853, 2262 6854 Fax: 022-22692102, 22690007

E-Mail: fe2008@dte.org.in

Web Address: http://www.dte.org.in/fe2008

INDEX

Rule No.

Description of Rule

Page

No.

1.0

Introduction

1

1.1

Role of Competent Authority

1

2.0

Seats available for admission through Competent Authority

2

2.1

Seats available for admission through Centralized Allotment Process (CAP)

2

2.2.1

Additional Seats available for Admission through CAP under the AICTE Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme

2

2.2

Seats available for Jammu & Kashmir Migrants Candidates

4

2.3

Seats available for Government of India nominees

5

2.4

Seats available with other authorities

6

2.5

Jurisdiction of Universities

7

2.6

Allocation of Seats

7

2.6.1

Type of Seats under CAP

7

2.6.2

Allocation and Reservation of seats

8

2.6.3

Admissions to VJTI, Mumbai; COE, Pune; UICT, Mumbai & SGGSIE&T, Nanded, WCE, Sangli and VIT, Pune

9

2.6.4

Sanctioned intake for various Courses in various Institutes for year 2008-09

9

3.0

Reservations

9

3.1

Reservation for backward Class category candidates

9

3.2

Reservation for sons / daughters of Defence Service Personnel

10

3.3

Reservation for Physically Handicapped candidates

11

3.4

Reservation for female candidates

11

3.5

Reservation of seats for the candidates belonging to Maharashtra- Karnataka Border (Disputed Area) MS type- F Candidates

11

4.0

Representatives of the Competent Authority

12

 

Admissions to Foreign Nationals/Foreign Students/Persons of Indian Origin /

 

5.0

Children of NRI/Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries in Government & Government – Aided Institutes

12

 

Admissions to Foreign Nationals/Foreign Students/Persons of Indian Origin /

 

5.1

Children of NRI/Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries in Unaided Institutes

13

6.0

Admission Rounds

13

6.1

CAP Rounds –I/II/ III by Allotment & Round IV by centralized Counselling for Maharashtra State Candidates.

14

6.1.1

CAP Rounds I / II: Direct Allotment

14

6.1.2

CAP Rounds III: Direct Allotment

15

6.1.3

CAP Round IV – Admission by Centralized Counselling

15

6.1.4

Logic for Allotment

16

6.2

Direct Allotment – CAP Rounds I,II & III for the All India

18

6.3

Counselling Round - centralized Round for J & K Migrant seats.

18

6.4

Counselling Round of Admission of Candidates belonging to Maharashtra- Karnataka Border (Disputed Area) MS type- F Candidates

19

6.5

Reporting of Candidates of CAP Rounds, MS Type – F (MKB), J & K Migrant Candidates

20

6.6

Counselling Round for vacant seats after CAP Round IV at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University

20

6.7

Additional Rounds

21

6.8

Admissions to the Seats remaining vacant in Unaided institutions after CAP round

21

IV

 

Fees and concessions in Govt., Govt. aided, University managed Engineering

 

7.0

colleges and University Departments and fees prescribed in unaided engineering

21

colleges

7.1

Fees prescribed

21

7.2

Fees Prescribed in Unaided Engineering Colleges

22

7.3

Fees for J&K Migrant Candidates and GoI nominees

22

7.4

University fees

22

7.5

Caution Money deposits

22

7.6

Concession in tuition & other fees

23

7.6.1

E.B.C. Concession

23

7.6.2

Concession for sons and daughters of teaching and Non-teaching staff of primary, secondary and Higher secondary schools

23

7.6.3

Concession in Fees for Backward Class Category Candidates ( Belonging to Maharashtra Satet only) in Unaided private institutes

23

7.7

Cancellation of admission

24

7.8

Issue of College Leaving Certificate

24

7.9

Refund of Tuition, Development & Other fees after cancellation of admission secured through CAP rounds - I/II/III/IV, in institute level round(s) and vacancy round(s) of admissions in Government, aided , university departments etc and unaided institutes

24

8.0

Miscellaneous

25

9.0

Hostel accommodation in Govt./ Govt. aided and University Departments etc & in Unaided Institutes

25

10.0

Conduct and discipline for all students & colleges

25

11.0

Undertaking

26

12.0

Seats in U.I.C.T. Mumbai to be filled at all India level based on the score of AIEEE 2008 (Paper I)

27

13.0

Transfer after one year for Course / Institute

27

14.0

Transfer after second or third year

28

 

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29

Annexure-I

Procedure for Centralised Allotment Process(CAP) for the academic year 2008-09

36

Annexure –II

Documents to be attached along with on line application form for CAP and

43

admission

Annexure –III

Guidelines for the Admission Process to be carried out by Unaided Institutes

47

Annexure –IV

List of the Application Form Receipt Centers (ARC)

50

Annexure –V

List of course alongwith name of institute for MKB candidates

53

Annexure-VI

List of codes of institutes participating in Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme

54

 

Pro forma -O

55

Annexure-VII

Institute Information

57-163

Engineering/Technology

Engineering/Technology GO V ER N ME N T OF MAHARASHTRA RULES OF ADMISSIO N TO FIRST

GOV ER N MEN T OF MAHARASHTRA

RULES OF ADMISSION TO FIRST YEAR OF FOUR YEAR FULL TIME DEGREE COURSES I N ENGINEERING/TECHNOLOGY AND INSTITUTE INFORMATION FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2008– 2009

R e fe r G.R. No: Prave sh-2008 /(167 /08) /tanshi-1 dated 13 th June 2008

1.0 Introduction The entrance examination for the selection to all Health Science Courses, Engineering and Pharmacy degree courses i.e. MHT-CET 2008, in the State of Maharashtra for the academic year 2008-09 was conducted by the Competent Authority appointed by the Government of Maharashtra.

This brochure gives the rules and information regarding the Distribution of seats under various heads i.e. Home University, Outside Home University, Institute level seats, Minority seats, AIEEE seats etc.; details of the Reservation of seats, Fees concession offered to eligible candidates, details of the Centralized Admission Process (CAP), details of the Admission rounds, Institute/course wise Information etc.

The Admission process for the Autonomous Institutes [viz. i) Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI), Mumbai, ii) College of Engineering (COE) , Pune, iii) University Institute of Chemical Technology (UICT), Mumbai, iv) Shri Guru Gobind Singhji Institute of Engineering & Technology (SGGSIET), Nanded and v)Walchand College of Engineering(WCE), Sangli vi) Vishwakarma Institute of Technology (VIT), Pune] is being separately carried out by the Competent Authority appointed for these institutes.

These rules also incorporate the guidelines (Annexure-III) for the rules of admissions, which are to be carried out by the Unaided institutes for Institute level seats and for the seats remaining vacant after the Centralised Admission Rounds.

1.1 Role of Competent Authority in the process of Admission to First year of Engineering.

a) The Competent Authority duly appointed by the Government and headed by the Director of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, shall be the authority for Centralised Admission Process and direct the students as per their allotment through CAP to all colleges.

b) Competent Authority shall be the sole authority to effect admission through CAP for Govt., Govt. Aided, University Department, University Managed colleges.

c) Competent Authority shall also effect admissions to a certain number of seats in Unaided Engineering colleges, for which such institutions have given consent.

d) Competent Authority shall also deal with the representations received from the candidates pertaining to allotment and admissions in Govt., Govt. Aided, University Managed colleges, University Departments and Unaided colleges which acts as Grievance Redressal Authority and Appellate Authority at State level.

e) To scrutinize the branch-wise list of the students admitted to First year, by all Unaided Engineering colleges submitted through the office of the Joint Director, Tech. Education of respective regional offices in the State of Maharashtra.

f) All the decisions taken in relation to Admission to First Year of Engineering/Technology courses, by the Competent Authority shall be final and binding on all concerned.

courses, by the Competent Authority shall be final and binding on all concerned. DTE, Mumbai 1

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Engineering/Technology 2.0 Seats available for admission through Competent Authority 2.1 Seats available for admission

2.0 Seats available for admission through Competent Authority

2.1 Seats available for admission through Centralized Admission Process (CAP):

These are the seats for which admission is carried out by the Competent Authority through CAP. The details of such seats are as shown in the following table.

Sr.

 

Seats available with Competent Authority for CAP (No. of seats in % of sanctioned intake capacity of each course)

No.

Institute

Maharashtra State seats (on the basis of score of MHT-CET 2008)

All India seats (on the basis of score of AIEEE

2008

Paper- 1)

1

B.A.T.U., Lonere.

85%

 

--

 

Usha Mittal Institute of Technology,

   

2

S.N.D.T. Women’s University, Mumbai

100%

 

--

 

All Government, Govt. Aided Engineering Colleges & University Departments in Maharashtra State (except VJTI Mumbai; COE Pune;

   

3

UICT, Mumbai & SGGSIET Nanded, Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli, Vishwakarma Institute of Technology (VIT), Pune)

100%

 

--

4

Unaided Non Minority Engineering Colleges

65%

 

15%

5

Unaided Minority Engineering Colleges

85% of CAP Seats #

15% of the CAP seats #

#CAP Seats = Sanctioned Intake – (Minority Seats + Institute level seats)*

(*As decided by the respective Minority Institutes)

2.1.1: Additional Seats available for admission through CAP under the AICTE Tuition Fee waiver scheme (AICTE notification No. 37-03/Legal/2007 dt. 9 th April 2007) - The AICTE has announced the scheme of Tuition Fee Waiver for the benefit of meritorious students belonging to Physically Handicapped, Woman and Economically weaker sections of the society. The salient features of the scheme are:

1. Under the Scheme, the Competent Authority for admissions shall be the same as for regular admissions.

2. Institutions shall provide tuition fee waiver up to 10 percent of its sanctioned intake of students. Typically for every 60 sanctioned intake in a branch/discipline of study, tuition fee waiver shall be given to two woman students, three economically weaker students (Annual income of Parents/Guardians less than Rs. 2.50 lakhs from all sources) and one physically handicapped student based on merit.

3. In the event of non-availability of students in a specific category as above, the benefit will be given to any other candidate of other categories according to merit.

4. The AICTE approved technical institutions shall inform the number of the tuition fee waivers, branch wise to the admission authorities of the concerned state and give an undertaking that the institution will not charge tuition fee for the duration of the course from the beneficiaries.

will not charge tuition fee for the duration of the course from the beneficiaries. DTE, Mumbai

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Engineering/Technology 5. The State Governments, Affiliating Universities of the concerned state shall allow equal number

5. The State Governments, Affiliating Universities of the concerned state shall allow equal number of seats over and above the present sanctioned strength subject to maximum of 10% of the approved intake in the same branch in lieu of number of the Tuition Fee Waivers. Tuition Fee Waiver scheme shall be implemented as follows:

The list of the institutions who have volunteered to avail the scheme is available in annexure V. The admission to these additional seats will be done along with the admission to Maharashtra State seats available for CAP (mentioned in rule 2.1) by the Competent Authority. All such additional seats shall be treated as GENERAL seats of Maharashtra state quota. Out of these 6 additional seats, 4 seats will be merged with the available GENERAL Home University (HU) CAP seats and 2 seats will be merged with the available GENERAL Other than Home University (OHU) CAP seats. The detail of Tuition fee waiver seats against the sanctioned intake is given in the table below

(OHU) CAP seats. The detail of Tuition fee waiver seats against the sanctioned intake is given
(OHU) CAP seats. The detail of Tuition fee waiver seats against the sanctioned intake is given
(OHU) CAP seats. The detail of Tuition fee waiver seats against the sanctioned intake is given
 

Sanctioned Intake

 
 

Women

EWS

PH

Total

120

4

6

 

2 12

90

3

5

 

1 9

60

2

3

 

1 6

40

1

2

 

1 4

30

1

1

 

1 3

20

1

1

 

- 2

The candidates opting for admission against the additional seats under this scheme should note that the tuition fees for the additional seats is as specified in rule no. 7.1 & 7.2 Candidates willing to opt for these additional higher fees seats of Government/ Govt. aided institutes University Managed departments will have to specify their willingness in the option form. As the fees for additional seats under this scheme in unaided institutes is same as fees applicable to them as approved by Shikshan Shulka Samiti, candidates need not separately mention about their willingness for these seats. Maharashtra State candidates (on the basis of score of MHT-CET-2008) will be admitted against such additional seats. The beneficiaries will be decided as per the final merit list of admitted candidates after completion of CAP process prepared on the basis of score of MHT-CET-2008.

Guidelines for the institutions for the selection of beneficiaries of Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme:

Beneficiaries should be selected from the candidates admitted against the Maharashtra state quota of CAP process only. Candidate will not be treated as a beneficiary of the scheme if he/she is opting for fee exemptions through any other scheme. Institution will not charge tuition fee for the entire duration of the course to the beneficiaries irrespective of the total number of enrollment in each year of the course or failure of the beneficiaries. Students, either beneficiaries or additional students admitted under this scheme are not entitled for change of branch in the same institute or change of the institute through out the duration of the course. While selecting the number of beneficiaries, institutes are required to consider total number of candidates admitted through CAP only. In any case, institutes are not supposed to consider management quota seats. An illustrative example is given below-

to consider management quota seats. An illustrative example is given below- DTE, Mumbai 3 Admission Brochure

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Engineering/Technology Sanctioned intake for the course = 60 20% Institute level seats = 12 65% Maharashtra

Sanctioned intake for the course = 60 20% Institute level seats = 12 65% Maharashtra State quota seats = 39 15% AIEEE seats = 09 10 % Additional seats under Fee Waiver scheme = 06 Number of candidates to be admitted through Maharashtra State CAP quota = 39 + 06

After the completion of CAP process:

No of candidates admitted through Maharashtra state CAP quota = 45 i.e. 39 + 06 In such a case, institute will be exercising Fees waiver scheme for 06 students in the specified categories from the 39 seats only. However, though the allotment is made to 39 + 06 students but the number of candidates . actually admitted are 39 + 04, then the fee waiver will be given to 04 candidates within 39 seats. In order to clearly understand the distribution of the seats to the beneficiaries for sanctioned intake 60 following table is given.

Total no. of candidates

No. of

EWS

Woman

PH

beneficiary

admitted through Maharashtra state CAP quota

39

+06

6

3

2

1

39

+05

5

2

2

1

39

+04

4

2

1

1

39

+03

3

1

1

1

39

+02

2

1

1

0

39

+01

1

1

0

0

39

+00

0

0

0

0

2.2 Seats available for Jammu & Kashmir Migrant Candidates:

Provision of one Seat in each course over and above the sanctioned intake in all Government, Government aided, University Managed and Un-Aided Engineering Colleges / Institutes except LIT, Nagpur and University Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, University Departments of SGB Amravati University, North Maharashtra University, Dr. BAMU is made for;

J-1 Type: The children of citizens who are displaced from Jammu & Kashmir to any part of India or from unsafe border area of J & K to a relatively safer place in J & K from 1990 onwards due to terrorist activities. J-2 Type: The children of officers belonging to Indian Administrative services, Indian Police Services, Indian Forest Services, other officers and children of the staff belonging to military and paramilitary forces, transferred to Jammu & Kashmir to combat terrorist activities and joined the post on or before the last date for submission of application form. J-3 Type: The children of staff of J&K Police engaged in combating terrorism.

for submission of application form. J-3 Type: The children of staff of J&K Police engaged in
for submission of application form. J-3 Type: The children of staff of J&K Police engaged in

Admission against these seats is made strictly on the basis of inter se merit of combined single merit list of all eligible J & K Migrant candidates. The candidates seeking admission against the seats reserved for J&K migrant have to submit relevant Certificates shown in proforma J/K/L in support of their claim at the time of admission. Candidates seeking admission under this provision shall submit their application forms to the representative of the admission authority.

submit their application forms to the representative of the admission authority. DTE, Mumbai 4 Admission Brochure

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Engineering/Technology The representative of admission authority and centre of admission for the J & K migrant

The representative of admission authority and centre of admission for the J & K migrant candidates is

The Principal, Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Versova Road, Munshi Nagar, Andheri (West), Mumbai-400 058

Phone- (022) 26232192, 26289777 Fax-(022) 26237819

Candidates admitted under this provision are not allowed to change course or college in

any year of study. Candidates who are eligible to apply against the provision of Jammu & Kashmir Migrant Candidate seats as well as against the Maharashtra State seats are only entitled to claim for one of these seats.

2.3 Seats available for Government of India Nominees:

Provision of a specified number of seats is made for the nominees from states and Union territories, which lack the facility in Technical Education. The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India determines these seats every year. These seats are over and above the sanctioned intake for the courses in which admissions against these seats are provided. The admission procedure for these seats is as under:

The respective State selects the candidates for the seats earmarked for their state. The Competent Authority of the respective State issues the course and college allotment letter to the candidate. Candidates along with course and college allotment letter reports to the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, 3, Mahapalika Marg, Dhobi Talao, Near Metro Cinema, Mumbai 400 001 for scrutiny of original certificates and for collecting the admission letter on or before 31 st August of the current academic year. No GOI Nominee candidate shall report directly to the Institute. In case such candidate reports directly to the Institute, the Principal of the institute should not admit such candidate and ask the candidate to approach above mentioned office.

These admissions are subject to the following conditions:

Candidates nominated by the concerned States shall be admitted only and only if they

fulfill the condition of eligibility. The candidates so admitted will have to obtain eligibility certificate from the University in which admission is secured. If the candidate does not fulfill the minimum eligibility criterion, he or she will not be

considered for admission even though he/she has been nominated as a GoI nominee. The backward class category GOI candidates nominated from the respective States will get

relaxation in educational qualification for eligibility as in the case of Maharashtra state backward class category candidates. However GoI nominees belonging to backward class category does not get any exemption in tuition fee. Candidates admitted under this provision are not allowed to change course or college in subsequent years.

this provision are not allowed to change course or college in subsequent years. DTE, Mumbai 5

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Engineering/Technology 2.4 Seats available with other authorities: The seats as mentioned below are not covered under

2.4 Seats available with other authorities:

The seats as mentioned below are not covered under the CAP and the respective institutions are the authority for admissions to these seats. The candidates seeking admission under these seats shall submit separate application/s to the concerned admission authority / authorities.

     

Seats for which admission is made by the concerned admission authority

Sr.

Admission

Seats within the sanctioned intake

Seats over and above the sanctioned intake for the course

No.

Institute

Authority

Seat to be filled at Institute level #

**Seats for PIO / Foreign Nationals/ Foreign students / Children of Indian Workers in the Gulf Countries subject to AICTE approval prior to admissions

 

All Govt.,

     

Govt.- Aided,

The Director,

University

Technical

Nil

1. Managed

Education,

Colleges and

Maharashtra

University

State, Mumbai

15% seats of the sanctioned intake capacity. 1/3 rd of the 15% seats shall be reserved for children of Indian Workers in the Gulf Countries and 2/3 rd of the 15% seats

Departments

 

Un-Aided

The Principal of the concerned

20% of the sanctioned intake capacity of each course*

2. Non Minority

institute / University department

Engineering

 

Colleges

shall be reserved for the PIO/ Foreign Nationals etc.

 

Un–Aided

The Principal of the Un-Aided

 

3. Minority

Minority Engineering College

As decided by the respective Minority Institute *

 

Engineering

Colleges

 

The NRI candidates are eligible to apply for admission against the Institute level seats, only in Unaided Private Engineering Colleges/Institutes. The extent to which such NRI candidates shall be admitted is limited to 15% of the sanctioned intake. ** As per the orders of Hon’ble High Court of Bombay, these seats can be filled by the institutes only after the institute is certified by the AICTE to the effect that the institute has infrastructure facilities for making the admissions against the over and above the sanctioned intake seats for Foreign Nationals, Foreign Students, PIOs and children of Indian Workers in the Gulf Countries. In the event of non-availability of Foreign Nationals, Foreign Students, PIOs and children of Indian Workers in the Gulf Countries, these seats can not be filled from any other candidates.

Institute

Admission

Seats for Maharashtra State candidates passing qualifying examination from Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts. (Within Sanctioned intake)

Authority

*Dr. BATU,

The Registrar, Dr. BATU, Lonere

15% seats of the sanctioned intake capacity of each course.

Lonere

*Course wise distribution for such seats will be carried out by the concerned admission authority.

for such seats will be carried out by the concerned admission authority. DTE, Mumbai 6 Admission

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Engineering/Technology Note: Candidates aspiring to seek the provision of the seats as mentioned above of Dr.

Note:

Candidates aspiring to seek the provision of the seats as mentioned above of Dr. BATU, Lonere should be MHT-CET-2008 qualified and apply directly to Dr. BATU, Lonere.

2.5 Jurisdiction of Universities:

Jurisdiction of various Home University areas is as indicated in the table below.

Sr. No.

District of passing the qualifying examination

University area

1

Latur, Parbhani, Hingoli and Nanded

Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University

2.

Aurangabad, Osmanabad, Beed, and Jalna

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University

3

Mumbai, Mumbai Suburban, Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg and Thane

Mumbai University

4

Ahmednagar, Nashik and Pune

Pune University

5

Dhule, Jalgaon and Nandurbar

North Maharashtra University

6

Kolhapur, Sangli and Satara

Shivaji University*

7

Solapur

Solapur University*

8

Akola, Amravati,

Buldana , Washim and

SGB Amravati University

Yavatmal

9

Bhandara, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Gondia, Nagpur and Wardha

RSTM Nagpur University

Note: *For the purpose of deciding Home University of the candidate, jurisdiction of both the Shivaji & Solapur University will be combined together and will be treated as a single University area viz. the Shivaji University. In effect, candidate passing qualifying exam (std. XII) from Solapur district will be assigned Home University as Shivaji University. Also a candidate passing qualifying exam (std. XII) from Satara/Kolhapur/Sangli district will be assigned Home University as Shivaji University.

2.6 Allocation of Seats

2.6.1 Types of Seats under CAP: - I) Maharashtra State Seats (MHT-CET-2008):

Home University seats (HU Seats): Certain percentage of seats of every institute is reserved for Home University i.e. for the University under the jurisdiction of which that institute is situated. Home University seats are available for allotment through CAP for the Maharashtra candidates having their Home University status as that University. For example, candidates having their home university as RTM Nagpur University will be eligible admission to the Home University seats of those institutes which are located in the jurisdiction of RTM Nagpur University. Seats for candidates belonging to Universities other than Home University (OHU seats):

Certain percentage of seats of every institute is reserved for Other Universities i.e. for the Universities other than the Home University under the jurisdiction of which that institute is located. Such seats are called as OHU seats. Candidates can opt for seats of any other University (excluding his/her home university) under this provision of OHU seats. For example, candidates having their home university as SGB Amaravati University will not be eligible for the OHU seats of those institutes which are located in SGB Amaravati University. Candidates having their home

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Engineering/Technology University other than SGB Amaravati University are eligible for these OHU seats of the SGB

University other than SGB Amaravati University are eligible for these OHU seats of the SGB Amaravati University.

Note

Maharashtra State only will be as per the relevant rules and resolutions of the Government of Maharashtra will be applicable for admissions against the seats available in Home University and Other than Home University. This provision of this reservation is not available in Unaided Minority Institutes.

:

Statutory

reservations

for

candidates

of

backward

class

categories

belonging

to

II) All India (AIEEE 2008 Paper-1) Seats:

These seats are available for allotment through CAP for AIEEE 2008 (Paper-1) qualified eligible candidates. No reservation for candidates of backward class categories, Ladies, PH, Defence etc. is provided in these seats i.e. all these seats are treated as belonging to the “General Category”.

2.6.2 Allocation and Reservation of seats:

Break up of the seats available for admission through CAP for all the types of institutes and seats available for Institute level admission/Seats for Minority community in unaided institutes is shown below.

     

No. of Seats in % of sanctioned intake

 

Seats with Competent Authority

Seats with other Authorities

For Maharashtra State

   

Institute level Seats :Minority community / group seats to be filled at the Institute level

candidates (MHT-CET 2008)

Institute

Sr.

Type of

 

Other than

All India

level

No.

Institute

Home

Seats

Seats: to

Home

University

(AIEEE-

be filled

University

area

2008 Paper

at the

(HU seats)

candidates

1)

Institute

(OHU seats)

level

1

Govt., Govt.

         

Aided

Institutes &

70 %

30 %

NIL

NIL

NIL

University

Depts. *

2

University

       

Managed

 

100%**

 

NIL

NIL

NIL

Institutes

 

3

Unaided Non–

         

Minority

Colleges

70 %

of

65 % seats

30

% of

65 % seats

15 %

20 %

NIL

4

Unaided

M.S. seats =CAP Seats-15% of CAP Seats (for AIEEE)

   

Minority

Colleges

15% of

70 % of Maharashtra State seats coming under CAP

30

% of

seats

As decided by the respective Minority Institute

 

Maharashtra

coming

State seats

under CAP

coming

 

under CAP

Maharashtra coming State seats under CAP coming   under CAP DTE, Mumbai 8 Admission Brochure 2008

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Engineering/Technology *Except VJTI, Mumbai; COE, Pune; UICT, Mumbai, SGGSIET, Nanded, WCE Sangli, VIT, Pune . **Usha

*Except VJTI, Mumbai; COE, Pune; UICT, Mumbai, SGGSIET, Nanded, WCE Sangli, VIT, Pune. **Usha Mittal Institute of Technology, S.N.D.T. Women’s University, Mumbai. **Dr. B.A.T.U., Lonere- except 15% seats for Maharashtra State candidates passing qualifying examination from Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts

2.6.3 Admissions to VJTI, Mumbai; COE, Pune; UICT, Mumbai, SGGSIE&T, Nanded

and WCE, Sangli, VIT, Pune As per Government Resolution(s), admissions to these institutes will be carried out separately. These institutes will not be considered under Centralised Admission Process. Common Entrance Test for the admissions to these institutes will remain same as that of MHT-CET-2008 conducted for Engineering, Pharmacy & Medical Degree courses by the Competent Authority of Govt. of Maharashtra. Candidates are required to fill up separate application form for admissions to these institutes. Admissions for all the seats of these institutes will be carried out on the basis of MHT- CET-2008 marks as per the inter se merit of the Maharashtra State candidates who have applied

separately for admission to these Institutes as per the relevant rules. Statutory reservations for candidates belonging to backward class categories as per the relevant rules and resolutions of the Government of Maharashtra will be applicable for admissions to these institutions.

2.6.4 Sanctioned intake for various Courses in various Institutes for the year 2008-2009:

Sanctioned intake for various Courses in various Institutes for the year 2008-2009 is mentioned in the Institute information part of the brochure. The AICTE shall communicate to the State Government the approved new institute/s, the changes in the existing intake capacity of different courses and introduction of the new courses in the existing institutes, before 30 th June 2008. Approvals to start a new institute/course and changes in the intake capacity of the existing courses communicated after the 30 th June 2008 will not be considered for admission during the academic year 2008-09. Approvals to start a new institute and changes in the intake capacity for the course in existing institutes communicated by AICTE after the printing of the information brochure shall be displayed on the website http://www.dte.org.in/fe2008 and will not be separately notified in any newspaper. This information will also be made available at all the Regional offices of the Directorate of Technical Education. The final Institute Information displayed on DTE web site will be treated as authentic for admissions for the year 2008-09. Candidates are instructed to refer the web site for the revised and final Institute Information before filling the Option/Preference Form.

3.0 Reservations:

All the reservations given below shall be applicable to candidates belonging to Maharashtra State

only subject to the fulfillment of the eligibility criteria specified by respective authorities from time to time.

3.1 Reservation for Backward Class category Candidates:

The percentage of seats reserved for candidates of backward class categories belonging to Maharashtra State is as per the details in table given below. The percentages of reservation are the percentages of the seats available for Maharashtra candidates, which are coming under the purview of the Competent Authority (Refer notes 1-5 given below for details). These are the minimum percentages of reservation exclusive of the backward class candidates securing allotment through General Merit by virtue of merit. Backward class candidates shall claim the category to which they belong to at the time of submission of application form for Centralized Admission.

belong to at the time of submission of application form for Centralized Admission. DTE, Mumbai 9

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Engineering/Technology   Sr. Category of Reservation Percentage of No. Reservation 1. Scheduled
 

Sr.

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Percentage of

No.

Reservation

1.

Scheduled Castes and Schedule caste converts to Buddhism ( SC)

13.0

2.

Schedule Tribes (ST)

7.0

3.

Vimukta Jatis (VJ)/De notified Tribes( DT) (NT-A)

3.0

4.

Nomadic Tribes 1 (NT-B)

2.5

5.

Nomadic Tribes 2 (NT-C)

3.5

6.

Nomadic Tribes 3 (NT-D)

2.0

7

Other Backward classes (OBC)

19.0

 

Total

50.0

Note:

 

1.

The reservation for backward class candidates shall not be available in Unaided Minority colleges.

2.

The reservation for backward class candidates shall be available in Unaided Non-Minority colleges and it will be 50% of MS CAP seats.

3.

Reservation for backward class candidate i.e. 50% as stated above shall be available in Government, Government Aided Institutes, University Dept. and University Managed Institutes.

4.

Candidates belonging to Special Backward Class (SBC) will be offered reservation up to 2% seats of the seats available for Maharashtra candidates which are coming under the purview of the Competent Authority subject to condition that any seats remain vacant in the reserved category at the end of stage–I of allotment. These seats are carved out during the allotment stage-I and no separate seats are earmarked before the start of the allotment process.

5.

Even if the candidate belonging to Backward Class Category secures admission against a seat belonging to the General category by virtue of merit, such candidate has to produce all the necessary documents in support of the category claimed both at the time of admission and while filling up of the CAP admission form.

6.

All OMS candidates are treated as GENERAL/OPEN candidates and are not eligible to claim reservation for Backward class category candidate.

3.2 Reservation for sons/daughters of Defence service personnel:

Five (5) per cent seats of the total sanctioned intake for an institute, subject to a maximum of five (5) seats in each institute coming under CAP shall be reserved for

Children of ex- service personnel who are domiciled in Maharashtra State (DEF-1).

Children of active service personnel who are domiciled in Maharashtra State (DEF-2).

Children of active service personnel (DEF-3) –

Who are transferred to Maharashtra State but are not domiciled in Maharashtra State,

Who are not domiciled in Maharashtra State but their families are stationed in Maharashtra State under the provision of retention of family accommodation at the last duty station on grounds of children’s education provided further that, such candidate should have appeared and passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination from a school/college situate in the State of Maharashtra. These seats are within the sanctioned intake capacity and are available as State Level seats. A combined single merit list of all eligible DEF1, DEF2 & DEF3 candidates shall be prepared. Admission against the Defence category seats will be made strictly on the basis of inter se merit of combined single merit list of all eligible DEF1, DEF2 & DEF3 candidates.

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Engineering/Technology Refer Pro forma C, D and E for claiming this provision. Note : This provision

Refer Pro forma C, D and E for claiming this provision. Note:

This provision is NOT available to the children of CIVILIAN STAFF who is working/ who has worked in the Indian Defence Service.

3.3 Reservation for Physically Handicapped Candidates:

As per the provisions in Clause 39 of Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation Act 1995, three (3) per cent seats of total sanctioned intake capacity of all the

institutions coming under CAP shall be reserved for physically handicapped candidates.

visually impaired (blind) candidates (P1)

speech & hearing impaired (deaf & dumb) candidates, (P2)

Orthopedic disorders, learning disabilities, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphica, Spastic

(P3).

Refer Proforma – F/F-1 for claiming this provision. Allotment of the seats reserved for the Physically Handicapped candidates shall be done on the basis of a single combined merit list of such candidates. These seats are available in 70% Home University area seats only. Note: It should be noted that the physically handicapped candidates on admission to Engineering / Technology degree course will not be given any exemptions or additional facilities in the academic activities other than those which may be provided by the respective Universities. Further it is specifically brought to the notice of Physically Handicapped candidates that, they should submit the certificates strictly as per the Proforma– F/F-1.

3.4 Reservation for Female candidates:

As per the provisions in Govt. Resolution No. GEC-1000/ (123/2000)/ Tech. Edu.-1, dated 17 th April, 2000, 30% seats available for MS-CAP shall be reserved for female candidates in all the courses of the institutions coming under CAP. This reservation shall be applicable for General, SC, ST, DT/VJ(NT-A), NT-B, NT-C, NT-D and OBC categories. Seats reserved for Female candidates are available under both the 70% Home University seats and 30% Other than Home University seats coming under the CAP. There shall be no reservation for Female candidates under Defence, Physically Handicapped and SBC categories.

IMPORTANT: All such candidates who fail to substantiate claims made (such as reservation category, PH, Defence etc.) with supporting necessary documents shall be converted to GENERAL category and/or such applications will be rejected as the case may be. Once such candidates are converted to GENERAL category and they will have to fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria as set out for a GENERAL category candidate.

3.5 Reservation of seats for the candidates belonging to the Maharashtra-Karnataka Border

(disputed area) MS Type-F candidates-

A certain number of seats are reserved for the candidates belonging to the Maharashtra-Karnataka Border (disputed area) i.e. MS Type-F candidates. Total 25 seats are reserved for the MS type-F candidates. The details such as the list of unaided institutes, courses in which these seats are earmarked are specified in Annexure V . The admission process to these seats is given under rule

6.4.

Note: MS Type-F (MKB) candidates will be eligible for admission only against the seats reserved for such candidates. Such candidates will not be able to participate in the CAP for MS (Type A-E) candidates.

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Engineering/Technology 4.0 Representative of Competent Authority: The Representative of Competent Authority for each

4.0 Representative of Competent Authority:

The Representative of Competent Authority for each University area is as indicated in the table below.

Sr.

   

No.

University area

Representative of Competent Authority

1

Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded

The Principal, Government College of Engineering, Osmanpura, Station Road, Aurangabad – 431 005. Tel : (0240) 2332635 Fax : (0240) 2332835

 

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar

2

Marathwada University, Aurangabad

 

Mumbai University &

The Principal, Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Munshi Nagar, Andheri (W), Mumbai- 400 058. Tel 022) 26232192, 26289777 Fax : 022)

3

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere

26237819

4

Pune University

The Joint Director of Technical Education, Regional Office, E-412, Bahirat Patil Chowk, Shivaji Nagar, Pune – 411 016.

Tel : (020) 25657176

Fax : (020) 25656234

 

North Maharashtra University,

The Principal, Government College of Engineering, Govt. Polytechnic campus, National Highway No.6, Jalgaon – 425 002. Tel. (0257) 2221874, 2233062 Fax : 2221874

5

Jalgaon

6

Shivaji University, Kolhapur Solapur University, Solapur

The Principal, Government College of Engineering, Vishrambag, Karad – 415 124. Tel : (02164) 272414, 271711 Fax : (02164) 271713

7.

SGB Amravati University

The Principal, Govt. College of Engineering. Opposite V.M.V. Road, Amravati – 444 604.

Tel : (0721) 2660360 (Principal), 2660850

(Admission)

Fax : (0721) 2660488

8

RSTM Nagpur University

The Joint Director of Technical Education, Regional Office, Government Polytechnic Campus, Mangalwari Bazar, Sadar, Nagpur – 440 001.

Tel : (0712) 2561663

Fax : (0712) 2561663

5.0 Admissions of Foreign Nationals / Foreign Students / Persons of Indian Origin /Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries/Children of NRI in Government & Government – Aided Institutes:

Aspiring candidates fulfilling the eligibility criteria for Foreign Nationals/Foreign students /PIOs/Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries/Children of NRI shall directly submit their applications to The Director, College of Engineering, Pune-411005, for admissions to Govt. Institutes, Govt. Autonomous Institutes, University Managed Institutes and Departments. Details of admission process are available on the websites:

www.dte.org.in/foreign_adm2008 and www.coep.org.in.

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Engineering/Technology As on today following Government institutes are having the permission to admit Foreign

As on today following Government institutes are having the permission to admit Foreign Nationals/Foreign students /PIOs/Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries/Children of NRI.

Sr. No.

Name of Government Autonomous Institute

01

College of Engineering, Pune-411005

02

University Institute of Chemical Technology, Matunga, Mumbai-400019

5.1 Admissions of Foreign Nationals/Foreign Students/Persons of Indian Origin /Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries in Unaided Institutes:

For admissions to Unaided Institutes which are permitted to fill seats against Foreign Nationals / Foreign Students / Persons of Indian Origin /Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries, candidates are required to contact to the Principals / Directors of the respective Institutes (for list of such institutes, fees, documents required etc. refer

www.dte.org.in/foreign_adm2008).

Note:

These admissions will be made strictly as per merit on or before the commencement of

academic session for the first semester/year for the current academic year. The admission against these supernumerary seats is permitted to the institutes only after the

institute gets a certificate from AICTE regarding the availability of facilities for creation of supernumerary seats. If any seats available for Foreign Nationals / Foreign Students / Persons of Indian Origin /

Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries remain vacant due to non-availability of eligible candidates for these seats, such vacant seats shall be kept vacant. Under any condition these seats shall not be offered to any other candidates. 1/3 rd of the 15 % seats shall be reserved for children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries and 2/3 rd of the 15 % seats shall be reserved for the PIO/Foreign Nationals etc.

5.1.1 Admissions of Children/ward of NRI Candidates in Unaided Private Institutes- The eligible NRI candidates are eligible to apply for admission against the Institute level seats, only in Unaided Private Engineering Colleges/Institutes. For admissions to Unaided Private Institutes, candidates are required to contact the Principals / Directors of the respective Institutes.

The extent to which such NRI candidates shall be admitted is limited to 15% of the sanctioned intake. NRI candidates will be required to pay fees as decided by the Shikshan Shulka Samiti, Mumbai.

6.0 Admission Rounds:

For the academic year 2008-09, the Competent Authority shall conduct total Four (4) rounds of Centralized Admission. The CAP shall consist of first three (3) rounds of Centralized Allotment wherein eligible candidates (both Maharashtra and AIEEE) will fill separate/fresh Online Option forms for respective rounds. Fourth round of CAP shall be conducted by way of counseling only for the eligible Maharashtra State candidates.

Major Rules of the Centralized Admission Process are summarized below:

Candidates who have confirmed admission in any one of the Autonomous Institutes (institutes mentioned in rule 1.0) are not eligible to participate in any of the CAP rounds-I/II/III/IV conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education, M.S., Mumbai.

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Engineering/Technology Candidates who have confirmed admission in any one of the CAP rounds I/II/III/IV conducted by

Candidates who have confirmed admission in any one of the CAP rounds I/II/III/IV conducted by DTE will not be able to participate in any admission rounds conducted by the Autonomous Institutes (institutes mentioned in rule 1.0). MS candidate securing allotment against both AIEEE seat and MS seat shall have to confirm admission in either one of the allotted seats. Such candidate will automatically forfeit claim on other seat and candidate will not be able to participate in further round(s). If a candidate cancels his/her admission, which was confirmed in earlier CAP round(s) or in the Autonomous Institutes, will not be eligible to participate in the subsequent CAP round(s) conducted by DTE and in the Admission Round(s) conducted by Autonomous Institutes, even after cancellation of such admission. Details of eligibility for participating in each round of CAP, method of reporting after each CAP round, availability of seats for each CAP round and other details are given in the Annexure-I of this Information Brochure.

Seats remaining vacant after completion of CAP will be filled at the Institute level. The guidelines for vacancy round of admission and for admission against Institute level are given in the Annexure-III of this information brochure.

Only one round of admission by counseling for J&K Migrant seats will be conducted. (Refer rule 6.3 for details)

Various steps in the process of admission to Engineering courses are also given in the Annexure-I. The steps include issue of Information brochure, filling up & confirmation of Online CAP Application form, filling up & confirmation of Option form for each round of Centralized Allotment, Allotment process and Reporting Rules etc. Candidates are required to read carefully the details of CAP given in the Annexure-I and follow instructions given therein. Annexure-II gives various documents needed while attending the CAP.

6.1: CAP Rounds I/II/III by allotment and Round-IV by Centralized Counseling for

Maharashtra State candidates (Type A,B,C,D,E)

Eligible candidates: All the eligible Maharashtra State candidates (Type A-E) who have a valid MHT-CET-2008 score and have been assigned Maharashtra State Merit number and whose name appear in the merit list for respective CAP rounds prepared by the Competent Authority shall be considered for allotment in these Rounds.

Seats available: Refer Rule 2.6.1, 2.6.2 and 2.6.3.

6.1.1 CAP Rounds I/II: Direct Allotment:

Allotment of seats for Home University seats and OHU seats for other university candidates coming under CAP is carried out as per the logic explained in the rule 6.1.4.

For the CAP Round-I, Stage-I, Stage – II and Stage-III of rule 6.1.4 shall be executed. Seats remaining vacant due to non-allotment and non-reporting will be available for allotment in CAP Round-II.

For the CAP Round-II, Stage-I to Stage-VII of rule 6.1.4 shall be executed. Seats remaining vacant due to non-allotment and non-reporting will be available for allotment in CAP Round-

III.

The seat tags i.e. Reserved category, PH, DEF, HU, OHU, Ladies etc. shall be maintained during allotment in CAP Round-I &II.

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6.1.2 CAP Round III: Direct Allotment

During this round of admission by allotment, no seat tag will be applied i.e. all available Maharashtra State Seats shall be treated as GENERAL seats and shall be allotted solely on the basis of inter-se merit of eligible MS candidates without any reference whatsoever to the category of the candidate(s) (open/reserved) or the category to which the vacant seat belongs (such as Home University, other than Home University, Backward Class, Physically Handicapped etc). The available AIEEE seats will be offered to the eligible AIEEE (both MS (Type A-E) & OMS) candidates.

6.1.3 CAP Round IV- Admission by Centralized Counseling:

CAP Round-IV of admission will be conducted only for eligible Maharashtra State Candidates whose names have appeared in Maharashtra State Merit list (subject to eligibility of participation as set out in the Annexure-I). During this round of admission by Counseling, no seat tag will be applied i.e. seats available shall be treated as GENERAL seats and shall be allotted solely on the basis of inter-se merit of eligible MS candidates without any reference whatsoever to the category of the candidate(s) (open /reserved) or the category to which the vacant seat belongs (such as Home University, other than Home University, Backward Class, Physically Handicapped etc) and also all the vacant AIEEE Seats shall be treated as GENERAL seats and will be offered to MS candidates from Maharashtra State Merit list as stated above.

The number of the seats, type of seat tag etc. will be made available on website to the eligible candidates before filling up of the option forms for CAP rounds I, II and III.

General Notes:

Allotment for Home University seats and Other than Home University seats will be carried out as per inter se merit of University area merit list and Maharashtra State merit list respectively of CAP Round-I, II & III Seats will be allotted to candidates as per their inter se merit, as per the options filled and the number of seats available at that point of time in the stage of CAP Round-I, II, III. All candidates eligible for a particular stage of allotment will be considered for allotment for a seat in that stage, even if they have been allotted/not allotted a seat in the previous stage. During the allotment of any stage, the candidate may get upward shift in the allotment with reference to the options filled by the candidate according to availability of seats at that point of time. All reserved category candidates (including SBC in their original category) shall be considered for allotment (whether they are allotted any seat in earlier stage or not) in all stages. Due to upward shifts, the seats falling vacant shall be considered for allotment in further iterations of the same stage as per the provisions of that stage of allotment and as per inter se merit. Allotment against the first available option in the order of options filled is retained as final allotment. During Round I, stage I & II will be repeated twice after stage III for upward shifts to the all the candidates due to allotment to SBC candidates in stage – III.

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Engineering/Technology The allotment will be displayed on DTE website http://www.dte.org.in/fe2008. The allotment list

The allotment will be displayed on DTE website http://www.dte.org.in/fe2008. The

allotment list displayed will show only the provisional allotment offered to the candidates. No personal communication/Allotment letters in this regard will be issued to the

concerned candidates. The logic for the following stages will be implemented using computer software for the

direct allotment. The candidates securing allotment will confirm the admission by reporting at the institute

mentioned in allotment along with the original certificates needed for admission, by paying necessary fees on or before the last date specified for the same. No personal communication in this regard will be issued. The admission will be confirmed at the ‘Respective Institute’ only after scrutiny of documents and payment of fees as prescribed by the Shikshan Shulka Samiti, Mumbai. (Please refer Annexure-I for details)

6.1.4 Logic for Allotment:

The seats available for the implementation of this logic will include the Home University area seats and State level seats for other university area candidates coming under the purview of Competent Authority. (Refer the Table given in Rule 2.6 for details)

Stage –I: For all the candidates All the candidates (open/reserved/male/female) of all the categories shall be considered for allotment as per their inter se merit. Backward class category candidates shall be considered for allotment in open category seat by virtue of their merit or in their respective category of reservation if open category seats are not available at their merit. SBC category candidates shall be considered for allotment in Open category by virtue of their merit or in their original category of reservation, if open seats are not available as per their merit Physically handicapped category candidates shall be considered for allotment for the seats reserved for them by virtue of their merit or in open category as per their inter-se merit if the seats reserved for physically handicapped are not available at their merit. Defence category candidates shall be considered for allotment for the seats reserved for them by virtue of their merit or in open category as per their inter-se merit if the seats reserved for defence category candidates are not available at their merit. For the female candidates, the availability of seat shall be checked in the following order:

1.in the seats reserved for females in open category, 2.in the general seats in open category, 3.in the seats reserved for females in respective caste category as applicable, 4.in the general seats in their respective caste category as applicable. Candidates opting for the additional seats available against the tuition fee waivers in Govt/ Govt- Aided/ University Departments/ University Managed institutes shall be considered initially for allotment against the regular seat in the CAP and then he/she will be considered for additional seat for the same option.

Stage – II: For respective Backward Class Candidates

On completion of Stage – I, if any of the backward class categories mentioned above do not get the required number of female candidates for the percentages laid down, the seats so remaining vacant shall be considered for allotment to male candidates belonging to respective Backward Class category.

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Engineering/Technology Stage –III: For Special Backward Class category candidates On completion of Stage-I, if any of

Stage –III: For Special Backward Class category candidates

On completion of Stage-I, if any of the backward class categories mentioned above, does not get the required number of candidates for the percentages laid down, the seats so remaining vacant shall be considered for allotment to all the candidates (male and female taken together) of Special Backward Class (SBC) category, as per their inter se merit, limited to the extent of two per cent seats of Mahrashtra State seats which are coming under the purview of Competent Authority for the course.

Stage –IV: For respective groups of Backward Class category candidates

All the Backward class category candidates will be considered for allotment in this stage in the groups as mentioned below. Group 1: i) Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Castes converted to Buddhism (SC) ii) Scheduled Tribes including those living outside the specified areas (ST) Group 2: i) Vimukta Jatis/De- Notified Tribes (VJ/DT) NT(A)

5 Nomadic Tribes 1 (NT-B)

Group 3: i) Nomadic Tribes 2 (NT-C)

5 Nomadic Tribes 3 (NT-D)

iii) Other Backward Class (OBC) On completion of Stage –II, the seats remaining vacant in the respective group of categories as mentioned above, shall be considered for allotment to the candidates of respective group as per the inter se merit of the candidates.

Stage-V: For all Backward Class category candidates

The seats reserved for Backward class category candidates remaining vacant after completion of Stage –III, shall be considered for allotment to the candidates of all the reserved categories together, on the basis of their inter se merit.

Stage –VI: For Defence category candidates

The seats remaining vacant after completion of Stage-IV, shall be considered for allotment to the candidates of all the sub category of defence (namely Def-1, Def-2 and Def-3) together, on the basis of their inter se merit

Stage –VII: For Physically handicapped category candidates

The seats remaining vacant after completion of Stage-IV, shall be considered for allotment to the candidates of the category of Physically handicapped (P-1,P-2and P-3 taken together), on the basis of their combined inter se merit.

Stage –VIII: For all candidates (without any type of reservation)

The seats remaining vacant after completion of Stage –VI, shall be considered for allotment to all the candidates (open/reserved/male/female) on the basis of their inter se merit.

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Engineering/Technology 6.2 Direct Allotment-CAP Rounds I, II & III for the All India seats (AIEEE)- These

6.2 Direct Allotment-CAP Rounds I, II & III for the All India seats (AIEEE)-

These rounds will be carried out for All India (AIEEE) seats which are coming under the purview of the Competent Authority for AIEEE qualified candidates who have applied for admission to degree courses in Engineering/Technology.

Eligible candidates: All the eligible candidates who have a valid AIEEE-2008 (Paper-1) score (i.e. total score is positive) and have been assigned All India (AIEEE) Merit number/rank and whose name appear in the merit list for respective CAP rounds prepared by the Competent Authority shall be considered for allotment in these Rounds.

Seats available: Refer Rule 2.6.1, 2.6.2 and 2.6.3.

General notes:

Allotment for these seats will be carried out as per inter se merit of All India (AIEEE 2008 paper-1) merit list prepared by the Competent Authority of State of Maharashtra.

Seats will be allotted to candidates as per their inter se merit, as per the options given and the number of seats available at that point of time.

Allotment against the first available Preference in the order of choices mentioned in the Preference form is retained as final allotment.

The allotment lists will be made available on DTE Website www.dte.org.in/fe2008. The allotment will show allotment in respective allotment Rounds-I/II/III.

6.3

Counseling Round – Centralised Round for J&K Migrant seats:

Eligible candidates:

Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and secured minimum 50% marks i.e. 150 marks out of 300 marks in the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics added together. Assignment of merit number:

Each eligible J&K Migrant Candidate who has filled and confirmed the online application form for Centralized Admission on or before the last date will be assigned a provisional merit number.

Merit of all eligible J&K Migrant candidates will be based on the total marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in HSC (Std. XII) only; relative merit in case of a tie (i.e. equal marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together out of 300) shall be resolved in the order of preference as given below:

(a)

A candidate securing higher % marks in Mathematics of HSC.

(b)

A candidate securing higher % marks in Physics of HSC.

(c)

A candidate securing higher % marks in SSC (Std. X) examination

(d)

A candidate securing higher % marks in Mathematics at SSC (Std. X) Examination.

(e)

Birth Date of the candidate (Elder Candidate will be given preference)

Note: While converting the marks, if the converted marks work out to be a figure with fraction, fraction up to two decimal places will only be considered. Seats available: Refer Rule 2.2.

General notes:

Please refer Annexure-I for details regarding filling of Online Application form, Confirmation of Application form, Admission round by counseling etc.

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Engineering/Technology All the candidates who have been assigned J&K Migrant Merit number shall be eligible to

All the candidates who have been assigned J&K Migrant Merit number shall be eligible to participate in this round.

This round will be conducted by counseling as per inter se merit of J&K Migrant merit list and the number of seats available at that point of time during counseling.

Following center will act as Admission Authority for these admissions. The Principal, Sardar Patel College of Engineering (Government Aided Institute) Versova Road, Munshi Nagar, Andheri (West), Mumbai-400058

Phone- (022) 26232192, 26289777

Candidate seeking admission against these seats will report to the Admission office of this institute for admission as per the schedule. The candidates will have to produce documentary evidence strictly as per the proforma(s) in support of their claims.

These Admissions will be made strictly in the order of merit from amongst the candidates who present themselves for admission at Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Andheri (West), Mumbai, as per schedule, against the seats available in the various institutes at the point of time when the candidate actually reports for admission.

Candidate will have to confirm the admission by the paying the requisite amount of fee to the respective institute and producing ALL documents in original, to which admission is granted as per the schedule.

Admissions once confirmed shall be final and candidate shall not be allowed to seek transfer of their admission to some other institute and/or some other course during entire duration of the course. A candidate, who reports later than the time when his / her rank in the merit list required him / her to do so, will be considered for admission against the seats that are vacant and are available at that point of time in various institutions. He / She will not be eligible and will not be considered for admission against a seat that would have been offered to him / her at his / her rank in the merit list had he/she reported on time.

6.4 Counseling Round of Admission of candidates belonging to the Maharashtra-Karnataka Border (disputed border area) MS Type-F candidates-

Total 25 seats are reserved for the MS type-F candidates in various courses of some unaided institutes, details of seats available for admission is available on the website. The admission process shall be as follows:

Aspiring MKB (Type-F) candidates will fill in Online Application form for Admission to Engineering. (Refer Annexure-I for details) Take a printout of the online Application form for Admission and confirm the same at the ARC along with all necessary documents. The merit list of eligible Type-F candidates will be displayed on the website. Admission of Type-F candidates will be carried out by conducting only one round of counseling. Type-F candidates are not eligible to participate in CAP Rounds-I,II,III,IV for admission against MS seats. Type F candidate admitted under All India (AIEEE) seats are not eligible to participate in counseling round. The venue for the counseling round of admission will be Government College of Engineering, Vishrambag, Karad – 415 124 on 18 th August 2008.

round of admission will be Government College of Engineering, Vishrambag, Karad – 415 124 on 18
round of admission will be Government College of Engineering, Vishrambag, Karad – 415 124 on 18
round of admission will be Government College of Engineering, Vishrambag, Karad – 415 124 on 18
round of admission will be Government College of Engineering, Vishrambag, Karad – 415 124 on 18
round of admission will be Government College of Engineering, Vishrambag, Karad – 415 124 on 18
round of admission will be Government College of Engineering, Vishrambag, Karad – 415 124 on 18
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6.5 Reporting of candidates of CAP Rounds, MS Type-F (MKB), J&K Migrant candidates:

Principals/Directors of respective institutes are required to carefully scrutinize all the required documents submitted by the candidates at the time of reporting. Any discrepancy in the claims as type, category, eligibility etc. made by the candidates and/or such claims which are not supported by relevant documents should be immediately brought to the notice of the respective Regional Office of the Directorate of Technical Education before confirming the admission of such candidates. The Principals/Directors of the Institute shall be responsible for issues/litigation arising out of such admissions.

After the display of allotment of CAP Rounds, candidate should report to the respective Institutes where they have been allotted a seat as per the notified schedule of the admission process.

Candidates shall report to the concerned institute with ALL original certificates needed to substantiate the claims made in the application regarding eligibility and reservation as specified in Annexure- II.

If the candidate fails to report to the allotted institute within specified schedule i.e. on or before the last date of reporting after each allotment round, then such a candidate forfeits the claim on the allotted seat.

If a candidate fails to substantiate the claims made at the time of submitting necessary original documents within the reporting time for CAP Round, the candidate forfeits the claim on the allotted seat.

If a candidate is unable to produce original certificates at the time of his/her admission on account of admission already secured to some other institution, he or she shall produce a certificate from the head of the institution where he/she has already taken admission indicating that he/she has been admitted to a particular course in that institution on a particular date and hence original certificates have been retained in that institution. The candidate shall produce the attested copies of the certificates duly attested by the Head of the concerned institution. Such candidates shall be required to pay the fees immediately at the time of admission and such candidates shall be permitted to submit the required original certificates within 4 working days after the date of payment of fees.

After scrutiny of original documents, the candidate will have to pay prescribed full fees immediately in the form as prescribed by the concerned institute and confirm the admission offered. In the case of Government, Government aided, University Managed institutes and University Departments, candidates are required to pay the tuition fees in the form of Demand draft in favour of the Principal /Registrar/Director as the case may be.

If candidate fails to pay the prescribed full fees within the reporting time for CAP Round, the candidate forfeits the claim on the allotted seat immediately.

If a candidate is offered admission, his or her original School / College Leaving Certificate (after qualifying examination) will be retained by the concerned Institute. This original School / College Leaving certificate will not be returned to any candidate once admitted to a course at the institute unless the candidate cancels his/her admission. All other certificates will be verified by the Institute at the time of admission & returned to the candidate.

6.6 Counseling Round for vacant seats after CAP Round-IV at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University: for the candidates passing qualifying (Std.XII) examination from Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts only:

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Government of Mahrashtra for the academic year 2008-09, in addition to eligibility criteria as regards to educational qualification, will be considered eligible.

The seats within sanctioned intake reserved for backward class category candidates falling vacant shall be made available first to the respective backward class category candidates passing qualifying examination from Thane, Raigad, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts as per their inter se merit in the merit list of the respective category. Subsequently, vacant seats within sanctioned intake shall be made available to all (open/reserved/male/female) the candidates eligible for this round.

6.7

Additional Round(s): Counseling Round at Govt., Govt. Aided, University Managed and University Departments only: For all the Maharashtra State candidates on the basis of MHT-CET-2008 only.

If any vacancies remain after the end of CAP Round-IV, the respective Principal / Director of the Institute/Department shall conduct additional round of admission for all the Maharashtra State candidates (open/reserved/male/female) of all the categories as per their inter se merit of MHT-CET-2008 score.

The no. of vacancies and schedule of admission should be displayed on the website of the Institute, published in a local newspaper and on the notice board of the Institute.

At the end of the round as mentioned under rule no. 6.5, if any seats of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere remain vacant, then these seats will be filled from all the Maharashtra State candidates (open/reserved/male/female) at the Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Andheri, Mumbai along with the vacant seats, if any.

6.8

Admissions to the Seats remaining vacant in Unaided institutions after CAP round-IV:

(For eligible Maharashtra State candidates and Outside Maharashtra State candidates)

The Principal/Director of the un-aided institution has to carry out the admissions for the vacancies after the CAP Round-IV as per the guide lines given in Annexure-III.

7.0

Fees and concessions in Govt., Govt. aided, University managed Engineering colleges, University Departments and Fees prescribed in Unaided Engineering Colleges:

7.1 Fees prescribed: As per the Govt. resolution No. TEM-2003/(249/03)/TE-1, dated 11 th September 2003, the tuition, development and other fees per annum for Govt., Govt. aided, University Managed Colleges and University Departments is as indicated below

For Open category candidates:

Tuition fee: Rs. 15000/-

For SC/ST/VJ/DT NT(A)/NT(B)/NT(C)/NT(D)/SBC/OBC category candidates :

No tuition fee for admission (in any round) in Govt./Govt. Aided/University

managed Engineering colleges and University Departments. For all the candidates :

Development fee

Rs. 5000/-

Other fee

Rs. 4000/-

Sr.

 

Amount in Rs.

No.

Details of Other fees

1.

Gymkhana Fee (Identity Card, Magazines, Medical etc.)

500 /-

2.

Training & Placement Fee

75/-

3.

Library Fee

700/-

4.

Library & Laboratory Caution Money Deposit (Refundable. To be paid only once and not every year)

500/-

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Engineering/Technology 5. Internet & E-mail Facilities Fee 500/- 6. Annual Social Gathering & Other

5.

Internet & E-mail Facilities Fee

500/-

6.

Annual Social Gathering & Other Cultural Activities Fees

125/-

7.

Laboratory Fees

1600/-

 

Total

4000/-

Tuition Fees for Additional seats against Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme : Rs. 30,000/-

 

Development fee

Rs. 5000/-

Other fee

Rs. 4000/-

7.2

Fees prescribed in Unaided Engineering Colleges:

The interim fee structure for unaided Engineering colleges approved by the Shikshan Shulka Samiti will be made available on http://www.dte.org.in/fe2008. Unaided Engineering Colleges may have submitted their proposals for revision in fees to Shikshan Shulka Samiti. The revision in the fees if any, by the Shikshan Shulka Samiti will be binding on the students who will be admitted in the year 2008-09 and the students taking admission in these institutes will have to pay the fees accordingly.

Fees for Additional seats against Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme : same as the fees as approved by Shikshan Shulka Samiti for regular seats.

Details of Concession in fees for Backward Class Category Candidates (belonging to Maharashtra State only) in Unaided Private Institutes is mentioned in Rule 7.6.3.

Note: No additional fees other than the University Fees as specified by the respective University and Hostel Fees in case of candidates opting for hostel accommodation shall be charged at institute level from the candidates.

7.3 Fees for J&K Migrant Candidates and GoI nominees:

Jammu and Kashmir Migrant candidates shall pay the same fees as that of the fees of the Govt. institutes to respective institutes where they have secured the admission.

Government of India Nominee candidates shall pay the same fees as that of the fees of the Govt. institutes to respective institutes where they have secured the admission.

7.4 University fees:

Candidates shall be required to pay fees as prescribed by the concerned University from time to

time.

7.5 Caution Money deposits:

Caution money deposits received from the students shall be refunded after successful completion of the course or after canceling the admission. Unless there is any recovery, no deduction shall be made from the caution money deposit. However, the amount of caution money deposit shall be transferred to Students Aid Fund in case of Un-Aided colleges and credited to Government in case of Government and Government-Aided College, if candidate does not apply for refund, within 3 complete financial years after the student actually leaves the institution; or, within 3 complete financial years after the date of successful completion of the course, whichever is earlier.

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Engineering/Technology 7.6 Concession in tuition and other fees: All the schemes given below, regarding concession in

7.6 Concession in tuition and other fees:

All the schemes given below, regarding concession in tuition & other fees shall be available to candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only subject to the fulfillment of the eligibility criteria specified by respective authorities offering such concession in fees from time to time.

7.6.1 E.B.C. Concession:

Candidates claiming concessions for Economically Backward Class (E.B.C.) shall produce a certificate from the Executive Magistrate to the effect that the candidate belongs to EBC category (The income limit is Rs.1Lakh/Annum) at the time of admission. They shall, on admission, also submit an application in the prescribed form for being granted the concession of free education, to the appropriate authorities through the college to which they are admitted within one month from the actual date of joining of college or as may be required. The students shall note that applications received after the due date may not be considered and in that case, they will have to pay the necessary fees.

The concessions in tuition fee at the time of admission will be given only for Government, University Managed and Government-Aided Institutions.

The scheme/mode of concessions, scheme of loan scholarship (if any) for eligible EBC candidates, in tuition & other fees in the Un-Aided Institutions will be announced by the State Government.

7.6.2 Concession for sons and daughters of teaching and Non-teaching staff of Primary, Secondary and higher secondary schools:

The candidates claiming concessions for sons and daughters of primary, secondary school and higher secondary schools (Junior colleges) teachers or non-teaching staff shall produce at the time of admission,

(i) A declaration in a format as prescribed by the Govt. (ii) A certificate from Head of school or college in support of the statement made in declaration duly endorsed by the Education Officer of the Area. The candidate shall, on admission, also submit an application in the prescribed form for being granted the concession of free education, to the appropriate authorities through the college to which they are admitted within one month from the actual date of joining of college or as may be required. The students shall note that applications received after the due date may not be considered and in that case, they will have to pay the necessary fees. The concessions in tuition fee at the time of admission will be given only for Government, University Managed and Government-Aided Institutions.

In case of Un-Aided colleges, such candidates will be required to pay the fees at the time of admission. The fees paid by such candidates will be reimbursed by the respective colleges only after the concession (if any) is granted by the respective Authority.

7.6.3 Concession in fees for Backward Class Category Candidates (belonging to Maharashtra State only) in Unaided Private Institutes:

For SC/ST/VJ DT NT(A)/NT(B)/NT(C)/NT(D)/SBC /OBC category candidates

The scheme/mode of concessions, scheme of loan scholarship (if any) for eligible SC/ST/VJ DT NT(A)/NT(B)/NT(C)/NT(D)/SBC /OBC category candidates, in tuition & other fees in the Un-Aided Institutions will be announced by the State Government.

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Engineering/Technology However, these candidates will get only that amount of waiver as notified in the circulars

However, these candidates will get only that amount of waiver as notified in the circulars issued by the Social Justice and Tribal Welfare Departments from time to time, subject to fulfillment of various norms and conditions laid down by these Departments. Note:

Candidates claiming for the fee concession under reservation category shall produce the requisite certificates as may be specified by the respective Social Justice and Tribal Welfare Departments. Strict action will be taken by the State govt. against the institutes violating these norms.

7.7 Cancellation of Admission:

a) The candidate should have taken admission by paying necessary tuition fee and should have submitted original certificates before he/she applies for cancellation. In case candidate fails to submit any of the original documents within the allowed time limit, (i.e. within 4 working days after the date of allotment) the admission shall be treated as cancelled.

b) The candidate desirous of canceling admission shall apply for cancellation in the pro forma – O only.

7.8 Issue of College Leaving Certificate:

a) If during the course of studies, candidate desires to discontinue studies for any reason whatsoever, he or she shall be allowed to do so and it shall be presumed that he or she has cancelled admission at that stage. The Principal shall issue College Leaving Certificate and fees shall be refunded as per the rules mentioned.

b) If the admission is cancelled on or before 20 days from the last date of reporting of each CAP round, the original school or college leaving certificate on the strength of which a candidate was admitted shall be returned.

c) If the admission is cancelled after 20 days from the last date of reporting after each round of CAP, the leaving certificate from the institution where the candidate was finally admitted should be issued. A true copy of the original school or college leaving certificate retained by the institute may be issued, if requested by the candidate, duly attested by the Head of the Institute.

7.9 Refund of Tuition, Development and Other fees after cancellation of admission secured through CAP rounds-I/II/III/IV, in Institute level round(s) and Vacancy Round(s) of admissions in Government, Aided, University departments etc. and Unaided Institutes:

The candidate who has been provisionally admitted may cancel admission by submitting an application in duplicate, in the prescribed pro forma - O and may request for refund of fees. The refund of fees as applicable shall be made in due course. It is made clear that such application for cancellation will be considered if and only if the admission is confirmed by paying the prescribed tuition fee and other fees in full and by submitting the original documents. Refund shall be made after deduction of the cancellation charges as shown below:

S.No.

SITUATION

REFUND AMOUNT

 

Request for cancellation of admission is received before

 

1.

the date of start of academic session and the seat could be filled by the Institute before the cutoff date

Entire fee less Rs. 1000/-

 

Request for cancellation of admission is received after

Entire fee less the total fees (i.e. Tuition, Development & Hostel

2.

the start of academic session and the seat could be filled by the Institute before the cutoff date

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Fees) on pro rata basis*

 

Request for cancellation of admission is received

No Refund (except the security deposit)

3.

before/after start of the academic session and the seat could not be filled by the Institute

Note:

1.

Amount of Security/Caution Money Deposit is to be refunded entirely to candidate.

2.

3.

* For the calculation of amount on the pro-rata basis, one month shall be treated as one unit e.g. if the candidate cancels the admission on third day after start of the academic session and the seat is filled on/before the cutoff date, then cancellation amount will be, total fees/12 or Rs. 1000/-, whichever is higher.

The candidate who has secured admission under reserve category and has not paid any fee, shall pay Rs. 1000/- as cancellation charges.

8.0 Miscellaneous:

The medium of instruction for degree course in Engineering/Technology in all the Universities is English.

Admission of candidate who has been admitted to any course at any college will be treated as finally confirmed only on production of the Eligibility Certificate from the University to which the college is affiliated.

Physical fitness: Head of the institution at his or her discretion may refer any candidate to the appropriate medical authority for ascertaining the physical fitness of the candidate to undergo the requirements of the course. The report of medical authority shall be submitted to the Regional Head of Technical Education for further necessary action. It is to be noted that physically handicapped candidates are not provided with any additional facilities as far as the academic activities pertaining to the course is concerned.

Head of the institution may verify the antecedents of any candidate through the appropriate police authority. The report received from police authority shall be submitted to the Regional Head of Technical Education for further necessary action.

9.0 Hostel accommodation in Government/Government aided and University Departments etc. and in Unaided Institutes:

Accommodation in Hostel cannot be guaranteed to all the admitted candidates. Hostel fees payable etc. should be ascertained by the students from the Principal of the college to which they intend to take admission. The candidates (both boys and girls) are advised to verify personally whether the hostel accommodation is available or not, by contacting Principals of colleges where they are intending to seek admission. The Principal of the colleges shall consider sympathetically on priority the applications of physically handicapped candidates, sons and daughters of Jammu and Kashmir candidates and GoI nominees for Hostel accommodation.

10.0 Conduct and discipline for all students & colleges:

10.1 Notwithstanding anything contained in these Rules, if the Govt. takes any policy decision pertaining to F.E. admission, then the same shall be brought in to effect at that point of time as per the directives from the Govt. from time to time.

10.2 Students while studying in any college, if found indulging in anti-national activities contrary to the provisions of Acts and Laws enforced by Government or in any activity contrary to

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rules of discipline, will be liable to be expelled from the college without any notice by the Principal of the college.

10.3 Action against ragging: Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act 1999 which is in effect from

15 th May 1999 has the following provisions for Action against Ragging.

a) Ragging within or outside of any educational institution is prohibited,

b) Whosoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets, or propagates ragging within or outside any educational institution shall, on conviction, be punished with imprisonment for a term up to 2 years and / or penalty which may extend to ten thousand rupees.

c) Any student convicted of an offence of ragging shall be dismissed from the educational institution and such student shall not be admitted in any other educational institution for a period of five years from the date of order of such dismissal.

d) Whenever any student or, as the case may be, the parent or guardian or a teacher of an educational institution complaints, in writing, of ragging to the head of the educational institution, the head of the educational institution shall, without prejudice to the foregoing provisions, within seven days of the receipt of the complaint, enquire into the matter mentioned in the complaint and if, prima facie, it is found true, suspend the student who is accused of the offence, and shall, immediately forward the complaint to the police station having jurisdiction over the area in which the educational institution is situated, for further action. Where, on enquiry by the head of the educational institution, it is found that there is no substance, prima facie, in the complaint received, he /she shall intimate the fact, in writing, to the complainant. The decision of the head of the educational institution shall be final.

e) If the head of the educational institution fails or neglects to act in the manner specified in section “d” above when a complaint of ragging is made, such person shall be deemed to have abetted the offence and shall, on conviction, be punished as provided for in section “b” above.

10.4 If any of the statement made in application form or any information supplied or any certificate(s) submitted by the candidate in connection with his or her admission is later on at any time, found to be false or incorrect, his or her admission will be cancelled, fees forfeited and he or she may be expelled from the college by the Principal. An appeal against the order of expulsion, however, may be sent within 7 days to the Director of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, Mumbai, whose decision in such cases will be final. Such candidates are also liable for penal action as per the provisions in the law.

10.5 Legal jurisdiction: All disputes pertaining to the conduct of examination and admission shall fall within the jurisdiction of Mumbai High Court, bench at Mumbai only. The Competent Authority shall be the legal person in whose name the Government of Maharashtra may sue or may be sued. If any person(s) or officer(s) dealing with the conduct of the MHT-CET-2008 found engaged in act(s) that would result in the leakage of question paper or attempt to use or help in the use of unfair means in this examination he/she shall be liable to prosecution under Indian Penal Code.

11. 0 Undertaking:

All candidates who are seeking admission shall be deemed to have submitted the following undertaking:

1. I have read all the Rules of Admission and after understanding these rules thoroughly, I have

filled in the application form for admission for the current year.

2. The information given by me in my application is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I understand that if any of the statements made by me in the application form or any information/documents supplied by me in connection with my admission is later on at any

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time, found to be false or incorrect, my admission will be cancelled, fees forfeited and I may be expelled from the college by the Principal. I will also be liable for the penal action as per law.

3. I have not been debarred from appearing at any examination held by any Government or Statutory examination authority in India.

4. I fully understand that the allotment of a course will be made to me depending on my inter se merit, order of Preference given by me and the number of seats available at that point of time in the stage of allotment.

5. I understand that no document after the last date of submission will be entertained for the purpose of claims or concessions etc. in connection with my admission unless otherwise mentioned in the rules.

6. I am fully aware that the Competent Authority or its representative will not make any correspondence with me regarding admission. I am also aware that it is entirely my responsibility to see the notifications in the newspaper and notices on the notice boards of concerned ARCs as well as allotments made available on the website www.dte.org.in

7. I am aware that any rule imposed by the University such as ‘imposing limits on the number of attempts permissible to pass any examination’ shall be binding on me.

8. I hereby agree to conform to any Rules, Acts and Laws enforced by Government and I hereby undertake that, I will do nothing either inside or outside the college which may result in disciplinary action against me under these rules, acts and laws referred to.

9. I fully understand that the Principal of the college where I would be admitted, has a right to expel me from the college for any infringement of the rules of conduct and discipline prescribed by the college or University or Government and the undertaking given above.

10. Condition of minimum attendance : I am fully aware that, I will not be allowed to appear for the examination if I do not attend minimum 75 per cent classes of theory, practical, drawing etc. I am also aware that I will not be allowed to appear for the examination, if I fail to submit satisfactorily all the assignments, jobs, journals, drawings, reports as may be specified by the University within stipulated time limit.

12.0 Seats in U.I.C.T. Mumbai to be filled at all India level based on the score of AIEEE 2008

(Paper-1):

For some seats in UICT, Mumbai, which are filled at All India Level by the institute, based on the score of AIEEE-2008 (Paper-1). Aspiring eligible candidates are advised to contact the Director

of Institute directly.

13.0 Transfer after one year for Course/Institute:

The candidate once admitted in first year or directly to second year shall not be eligible for transfer to any other institution during the same academic year in which admission is taken.

Candidates who have taken admission under supernumerary seats are not eligible for transfer during entire duration of the course. There shall be no transfer of students at any stage from Un-Aided college to Government or Aided college in any case in accordance with the policy laid down in G.R. of Education and Employment Department No. TEM/ 3382/ 111836/ (190)/TE-1A, dated 21st May 1983. However, the candidate from Government institution may seek transfer to Un-Aided institution.

The Principals shall allow transfer of course within the institutes immediately after the declaration of result of first year on inter se merit of the eligible candidates who have passed first year or both first and second semester examinations (in full or failed in one of the heads of passing) from the same institution aspiring for a change of course provided vacancies exist within the sanctioned intake. The Principal shall be responsible for ascertaining the eligibility laid down by the concerned University for the course to which the candidate is being

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transferred. Vacancy position should be displayed on the notice board of the Institute and is also to be informed to the office of the Joint Director, Technical Education of that region.

After considering all the eligible candidates aspiring for change of course, if some vacancies still exist within the sanctioned intake, the Principals of all the Un-Aided colleges subject to the provision of rules above, shall consider the candidates from other colleges aspiring for transfer in the same course and then the candidates aspiring for change of course subject to prior approval from the concerned Regional Head of Technical Education. However, the total number of candidates shall not exceed the sanctioned intake capacity for that course. The Principal shall be responsible for ascertaining the eligibility laid down by the concerned University or Board for the course to which the candidate is being transferred.

The Regional Head of Technical Education shall accord approval to the eligible candidates who apply in writing for transfer to the institutes within his jurisdiction, along with no objection certificate from the parent colleges, eligibility certificate from the concerned affiliating body and no objection certificate showing vacancy position within the sanctioned intake from the Principal of the colleges in which transfer is sought by the candidates.

All transfers in Government, Aided and Un-Aided institutes shall be subject to the final approval by the Director of Technical Education, Maharashtra State. All institutes shall submit the list of the candidates who were allowed change of course or institute with the prior approval of Regional Head of Technical Education.

In case of Government and Aided degree colleges: In case of transfer of candidates aspiring for a change of college from Govt. and Aided colleges under the control of Directorate of Technical Education, the candidate passing the first year examination or both first and second semester examinations in full or failed in one of the heads of passing from any Government or Aided college shall apply in writing to the Principal of the college in which he/she studied first year or second semester, who will then forward the consolidated branch wise merit list of eligible candidates showing therein year/semester, course, full name of candidate beginning with surname, total marks secured in first year or total of first and second semester marks, out of, percentage up to two digits, division, names of Government or Aided colleges and courses in order of preference to which candidates desire to seek transfer, reasons for transfer and remarks, along with course wise vacancy position in his/her institution, to the Director of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, so as to reach him at least seven days before the commencement of the programme of effecting direct admission to second year. No application without recommendation of the Principal of college shall be entertained by the Directorate. If the result of the University is not declared before the process of transfer, candidates of that University will lose claim on transfer.

14.0 Transfer after second or third year:

Inter University Transfers at third & fourth year levels are permitted subject to the production of eligibility certificate from the respective University in which the candidate seeks transfer. Such transfers are permitted subject to the provision of transfers in the concerned universities by the office of Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai.

However the candidates who have been admitted under Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme are not eligible for seeking transfer at any stage of their course.

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Engineering/Technology About Engineering Courses As an Engineers of 21st Century, you will be re quired to

About Engineering Courses

As an Engineers of 21st Century, you will be required to achieve specialization in preparation for research or engineering practice and other technical fields intersect to (a) provide understanding of specialized areas of engineering as preparation for research or cross- disciplinary engineering, (b) provide the ability to understand the larger systems goals with the ability to design specifications and integrate separately engineered products into a well- balanced design that meets user needs, and (c) take maximum advantage of the resources through involvement in research with mentoring by faculty researchers and their research associates.

Disclaimer: We have given below opinions of several experts in the respective fields of Engineering. The opinions & views expressed by the experts are based on their own judgments and experience. We hope that these opinions will help candidates to make a proper choice of a branch in Engineering during the process of admission. We have included views of on only a few major branches of Engineering. We shall not be held responsible for the decisions taken by the candidates based on the following information since it is merely suggestive in nature.

Mechanical Engineering

As the name indicate this one of the basic branch of engineering deals with mechanisms and machines that transfer and transmit energy in various forms. It involves study of various aspects of machine, its components, its design, theory behind it and kinetics and dynamics of machines, various components and subsystems. Not only this, it also involves study of various techniques of manufacturing and how these can be employed to obtain the desired products. Product design, its behavior under various condition, analysis, as well as performance of the product needs to be studied by a mechanical engineer. The work of a Mechanical Engineer can be extremely challenging and fulfilling, requiring IT, design and analytical skills together with an ability to work as a team. As their work involves production, transmission and use of mechanical power and heat, they have to analyse the different materials used for the machines and their tolerances, investigate the different energy sources and the power they generate and the design problems if any. While designing and making a commercial product they have to take into account all the business and marketing aspects to make sure that the product is affordable. Mechanical Engineers are employed in industries whose function is concerned with manufacturing, steel production, mining, transportation, communications, oil refining, chemical manufacture, paper, sugar, textiles, aerospace, nuclear energy, natural gas production and transmission, and construction.

Electrical Engineering and Allied Branches

Our life would be unthinkable without the use of electrical energy. The growing utilization of the electrical energy is a decisive prerequisite for a rapid development of industry and agriculture. The branch of electrical engineering mainly deals with the generation, distribution and utilization of electrical energy. As electrical energy is required every where, opportunities for electrical engineers exist in every sphere of modern life, from manufacturing to process industries, from robotics to embedded systems, from automobile to transport, from aviation to navigation. Work of an Electrical Engineer includes: Assessing the maximum demand of Electrical Power, Designing and calculating a prospective electrical installation etc. They may work on the design of electrical circuits, electrical machines, generation & distribution of electrical power, electrical drives & controls, for various applications of electric power stations, the lighting and

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wiring of buildings, the design of household appliances or the electrical control of industrial machinery.

Electronics, Electronics Communication /Tele-Comm. and allied branches

Electronics engineering is a large and growing industry focused on the behavior and effects of electrons in electron tubes and semiconductors, and within electronic devices, systems, and equipment. The applications of electronics are in a wide range of products, including consumer electronics; telecommunications; diagnostics and treatment devices for medicine; audio and video; control; computing; data storage and retrieval; photography; measurement and metrology equipment; aviation and avionics; manufacturing; natural resource extraction; and early warning and radar. Electronics has a major role in improving productivity in such diverse industries as aviation, telecommunication, entertainment, oil, energy, and agriculture.

Electronics engineering is a constantly changing and widening branch of the engineering

profession having applications in every discipline of engineering

demand by government and businesses for communication equipment, computers and military electronics along with consumer demand and increased research and development on robots and other types of automation contributes to the growth of employment opportunities in the field. Candidates having a creative and inventive mind and also are good at physics and

mathematics will probably find electronics engineering a challenging and lucrative career.

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering is the application of engineering principles and physical and mathematical concepts to solve problems in medicine and biology. Biomedical engineering has been a critical component of the technological advances in medicine and health care delivery that has dramatically transformed the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease in the last few decades. Whether in the area of biomedical imaging, biosignal processing, medical instrumentation, biomechanics, biomaterials and implants, drug delivery, or cell and tissue engineering, these advances are continuing to accelerate.

Instrumentation and Control Engineering

In all industry sectors the competition due to globalization has resulted in higher level of automation for better process control and optimum utilization of resources. The demand for automation is increasing day by day. To face these challenges, competent Instrumentation engineers are required. Instrumentation and Control Engineering is a highly interdisciplinary branch which covers major aspects of electrical, chemical and mechanical fundamentals.

Instrumentation and Control Engineering involves the applications of instruments for measurement and control. Design of instruments and their applications are two inherent aspects in Instrumentation. Further, installation, commissioning and maintenance of Instrumentation systems are integral part of this branch. Instrumentation Engineers are the lead persons for Automation and Control. Tools required for the automation are covered under the curriculum of Instrumentation and Control Engineering. Biomedical Instrumentation is also an important subject in instrumentation.

Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is the oldest and most respected discipline of all engineering fields. Civil engineers design, build, and manage the infrastructure of civilization, which includes buildings, bridges, highways, water supply systems, and other public works. These services are the cornerstone of the discipline, although no longer the limiting scope. The civil and environmental engineering programs include structural engineering, structural

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mechanics, geotechnical engineering, earthquake engineering, hydrology and water resources engineering, and environmental engineering.

Civil engineers play a vital role in creating the man-made environment and in protecting the natural environment, bringing together science and art to create much of the tangible fabric of today's society. They plan, design, construct, maintain, and manage airports, bridges, tunnels,