AUEET 2019 ELIGIBILITY
NATIONAL LEVEL ONLINE TEST
Alliance University Engineering Entrance Test (AUEET 2018) is a national level engineering entrance exam held for admissions into various disciplines of B.Tech program offered by Alliance University.
The exam is held every year in the month of April-May for enrolling interested candidates into B.Tech programs based on their performance in the AUEET 2018. This year the exam is scheduled to be held on multiple dates in the month of April and May starting from April 29, 2018, and ending on May 11, 2018.
AUEET 2018 exam tests the candidates for their knowledge in subjects like Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. There are a total of 135 MCQ type questions (45 each from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) of one mark each. The total time allotted for the exam is 2 hours 30 minutes (150 minutes).
Based on the results of AUEET 2018 a merit list would be prepared and based on this merit list seat allotment and admissions would take place. The decision of the exam conducting authority would deem to be final on any question arising in regards to seat allotment, exam or counselling.
Candidates who wish to appear for AUEET 2018 exam must note that they have to satisfy the eligibility criteria with regards to minimum educational qualification (as set by the university) in order to take part in the AUEET 2018 exam. The details regarding the education qualification criteria with regards to AUEET 2018 are mentioned below.
As per the updates on the official website of AUEET 2018 there is no as such information regarding minimum or maximum age requirement. However, candidates are advised to consider the age criteria applied for other engineering entrance exam like JEE Mains, Karnataka CET etc. to be applicable on AUEET 2018. That is minimum age of 17 years and maximum of 25 years as on the 1st of the month in which exam is going to be conducted.
Candidates from SAARC nations/other nations as well as NRI candidates would also be allowed to make application for AUEET 2018. Candidates belonging to these categories would also have to take the AUEET 2018 exam in order to present their candidature for admission. The exam related details and other eligibility criteria’s are equally applicable on them as those are to Indian candidates.
Apart from the above-mentioned eligibility criteria’s the university can set other eligibility criteria’s as per its own discretion. The details about any such new eligibility criteria would be made public through a notification on the university’s official website.
Reservations would be applicable as per the central and state government rules for admissions in higher education institutes. Apart from reservation based on category other types of reservations like reservation based on domicile, sports quota, merit based etc. would also be applicable. Candidates performing well in JEE Mains, JEE Advanced, Karnataka CET would also be eligible for scholarship under the scheme of admission as announced by Alliance University, Bangalore.
There are a total of 410 seats (expected) for which admissions are offered through AUEET 2018 exam. These 410 seats are distributed under seven disciplines of B.Tech program. The list of disciplines (under B.Tech program) for which admissions are offered through AUEET are
Candidates would be allowed to make their preference for admissions (out of the above-mentioned disciplines) at the time of admission process/counselling process after the results of AUEET 2018 exams are announced. The allocation of seats on the depends upon candidates performance in the merit list.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College