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SRMJEEE 2021 registration begins for B Tech courses

SRMJEEE 2021 registration begins for B Tech courses
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SRMJEEE 2021 registration begins for B Tech courses

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SRMJEEE 2021 registration: SRM Institute of Science and Technology (SRMIST), Kattankulathur, (earlier known as SRM University) begins the online registration process for its B Tech entrance exam, SRMJEEE (SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Examination).

SRMJEEE 2021 registration: SRM Institute of Science and Technology (SRMIST), Kattankulathur, (earlier known as SRM University) begins the online registration process for its B Tech entrance exam, SRMJEEE (SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Examination).

Qualifying in SRMJEEE provides entry to all the campuses of SRMIST located at Kattankulathur (Main campus), Vadapalani, Ramapuram, and Delhi – NCR; SRM University, Andhra Pradesh; SRM University, Sonepat– Haryana and SRM University, Sikkim. For further details visit www.srmist.edu.in.

Admissions to B Tech programme are only through the common entrance exam, SRMJEEE 2021, which is scheduled to be held in the second week of April, 2021 in 127 Indian cities and 5 countries (Dubai, Doha, Muscat, Bahrain, and Kuwait). Last year, there were an overwhelming 1.52 lakh candidates who participated to gain entry to India's No.1 multi-stream university. Entrance examination date and joint counselling dates will be announced in due course as per AICTE, UGC and government notifications.Candidates applying should have secured a minimum aggregate of 50 per cent in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry/Biology for all campuses except for SRM University,Andhra Pradesh which requires the minimum aggregate of 60 per cent in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics in Class 12 or other equivalent qualifying examinations. The admission would be based on SRMJEEE rank, subject to the eligibility criteria.

Indians and Non-Resident Indians can apply for SRMJEEE 2021. NRI candidates who qualify in SRMJEEE 2021 and those who also go through regular counselling will be treated as domestic applicants for all the four years.

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