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VIT University B.Tech Admission 2020: VITEEE, Eligibility, Dates, Form

Updated On - July 8th 2019
By - VIVEK BANSAL

Vellore Institute of Technology offers B.Tech in 14 specialisations. Admission for the B.Tech is done on the basis of VITEEE examination. Candidates with 60% marks in 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics can apply for the exam. 

Application forms will be available from November till the end of March. Registration can be done online on official website (http://www.vit.ac.in). 

VITEEE is the computer based test (CBT). Students have to book their exam slot on priority basis as per their requirement. Test will be of two and half hour duration with total 120 questions (40 each from Chemistry, Physics & Mathematics).

Candidates will be called for the admission according to the ranks obtained in merit list prepared by VIT, Vellore on the basis on VITEEE score.

For preparation students can also take the VITEEE mock test on VIT’s official website. A dummy login will be given to all registered candidates. It will help them to practice & predict the type of the questions which could be asked in the exam.

B.Tech Courses offered at VIT Vellore are as follows:

BiotechnologyCivil Engineering
Chemical EngineeringComputer Science and Engineering
CSE with BioinformaticsCSE with Information Security
Electronics and CommunicationElectrical and Electronics Engineering
Electronics and InstrumentationECE with Biomedical Engineering
Information TechnologyMechanical Engineering
ME with Automotive EngineeringProduction and Industrial Engineering

Check Out VIT Courses and Fee

How to Apply for B. Tech Course

VITEEE application form can be issued in four different ways:

  • Online mode: 

You need to go to the official website of VIT University. Register yourself; you will receive a password on your e-mail. Now login again with the new password and fill all details. A new registration number will be generated. Now pay application fee of INR 1150/- through net banking/credit card/debit card/ paytm. After payment, upload your scanned photograph (3.5 cm to 4.5 cm) & signature (6 cm to 2 cm) in jpg/jpeg format. Do not send any document to the university.

Note: If transaction is not found successful due to network error even after the deduction of amount from your account. Please wait for three working days; you can proceed further after receiving the mail from VIT. In case the transaction found incomplete after four working days you should send the mail to ugadmission@vit.ac.in

  • In person: 

You can obtain the prospectus in person from any campus of the university by handing over the DD of INR 1200 in favor of “VIT university” payable at Vellore.

  • Offline mode: 

Students can also obtain the prospectus & application form through various post offices located all over India by paying INR 1200 in cash. Fill the form using a Black ball point pen & shade the bubbles through pencil. Affix the recent colour photograph (Do not attest the photo). Write down the valid e-mail ID & correct test centre. Also fill the details regarding hostel accommodation if you needed.

After filling the computerized OMR sheet properly, write mailing address clearly on the self- addressed envelope & send it through registered post to the university.

Note 1: Students, who have applied through DD, have to send the hard copy of Application form (duly filled along with relevant documents) to VIT University.

Note 2: Application forms once sold shall not be taken back under any situation. Fee once paid will not be remitted.

How to check the status of Application:

VIT University offers the provision to track the status of application for the benefit of students. Once the application will be received at the university, a SMS will be sent to the student regarding confirmation of application. Students can also check the status by signing in to the website by using their Application number; however this facility will be available only after three weeks of dispatch of application.

Slot Booking:

Students who will apply through offline or online mode, their password for slot booking will be sent via mail. So students are advised to provide valid e-mail address in the application form. VIT University offers provision of slot booking in VITEEE through scheduling. Students can choose their test slot according their interest. Students have to choose the test city first (Same as filled in the application form) & then date & session of the test. This facility will be provided on first cum first serve basis to eligible students who have completed their form in all respects.

Note: Keep your slot booking password completely confidential. Do not share it with any one.

Slot booking Procedure:
  • Log in to website of VIT University. (you should keep photocopy of application form & password)
  • Select the subject in which you want to take the test.
  • In case of non-availability of test centre, choose another one.
  • A confirmation mail will be sent to your e-mail ID, once the slot booking will be done.
  • After completion of slot booking, admit card will be generated. Take print out of the same & keep it safe.

Eligibility for B.Tech Course

  • 60% marks in 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology as main Subjects.
  • Candidates appearing in final examination are also eligible to apply.
  • Valid Rank in VITEEE

Reservation for B. Tech Course

Relaxation of 10% i.e. 50% marks in aggregate are required for SC/ST & natives of Jammu & Kashmir.

Note: Students hailing from North Eastern states like Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Assam, Mizoram, Sikkim & Tripura have to maintain aggregate of at least 50% marks.

Scholarship Details:

  • Toppers of each state & central board will get 100% relaxation in tuition fee for all four years of the course.
  • Students who maintain rank in between 1 to 50 in VITEEE  will get 75% concession in tuition fee.
  • Students who maintain rank in between 51 to 100 in VITEEE  will get 50% concession in tuition fee.
  • Students who maintain rank in between 101 to 1000 in VITEEE  will get 25% concession in tuition fee.

Admission Process for B. Tech Course

Score of VITEEE is the only criteria to secure admission in VIT University. After confirmation & allotment of seat you have to make an advance payment form of DD in favor of “VIT University” payable at Vellore which includes counselling fee. Counselling will be held at Chennai & Vellore campus both for all B. Tech. courses.

Counselling PhaseAmount
Phase 1INR 50000/-
Phase 2INR 2,00,000/-

Note: Although counselling fee is non refundable but it can be adjusted in the tuition fee once a student joins the university.

After final confirmation, grades & rank no. retotaling & regarding will be performed.

Note: University will not send call letter to any student whether selected or not, however the rank will be informed through SMS on the number provided at the time of application.

Documents required at the time of counselling:

  • Rank card, Admit card & Counselling letter of VITEEE
  • Class Xth certificate in support of Date of Birth
  • Marks sheet of qualifying examination
  • Community & Domicile certificate, if applicable
  • Demand Draft in favor of “VIT University” payable at Vellore.

Note: Final selection will be confirmed after payment of balance fee. In this regard students have to send it to Chennai or Vellore as per their seat allocation.

Documents required to be submitted at the time of final admission:

  • Marks sheet
  • Transfer/ Migration Certificate
  • Certificate regarding code of conduct
  • Provisional Admission letter
  • Recent passport size photographs
  • Affidavit signed by Student & parents on INR 20 stamp papers
  • Certificate regarding physical fitness
  • Two set of photocopies of original  documents

Note: Students hailing from Telangana & Andhra Pradesh, have to submit memorandum of marks at the time of admission.

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College

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