About ECET FDH entrance examination
 
The engineering common entrance test for diploma holders also known as ECET FDH is conducted by the JNT University Kakinada on behalf of the Andhra Pradesh state council for higher education for diploma holders and B.SC Mathematics graduate holders for the admissions into the B.E/B.Tech/B.Pharm. All the eligible candidates will be applying through the online mode. The detailed information about the eligibility criteria, syllabi, fee, last date of submission etc will be made available in the official website of http://www. Jntuk.edu.in/ecet2014. 


ECET Eligibility examination 

The candidates are requested to refer the examination eligibility before applying for the ECET FDH examination. The candidate should have passed the engineering diploma and should have secured minimum of 60% marks in diploma final year examination. 

The candidates satisfying the following requirements shall be eligible to appear for the ECET.

1.       The candidates should be of Indian nationality.
2.       The candidates should be belonging to the state of Andhra Pradesh. They should satisfy the local/non-local state requirements of the candidate.
3.       They should have obtained a diploma in engineering and technology/Pharmacy from the state board of technical education of Andhra Pradesh for admissions into the relevant B.E/B.Tech/B.Pharm courses into the courses corresponding to the diplomas as given in the annexure.
4.        The candidates who are pursuing the diploma course shall be eligible for entry into the B.E/B.tech/B.Pharm courses provided they have completed the practical training prescribed for the award of the diploma course before admissions into the college.
5.       The candidates should have passed diploma in engineering and technology/pharmacy/b.sc degree as the case may be with at least of 45% marks (40% marks for the candidates belonging to the reserved category) for entry into the relevant courses.
6.       For lateral admissions into the 2nd year regular B.E and B.Tech courses in All India council for technical education approved un-aided private professional institutions.
7.       For admissions into the common entrance test into 1st year regular B.E and B.tech courses in university engineering colleges for the seats specifically earmarked for diploma holders and B.Sc degree holders. 

ECET FDH entrance exam dates

Notification date – 04-02-2014.
Commencement of uploading of the online applications- 10-02-2014
Last date for uploading the online applications without fee – 29-03-2014
Last date of uploading the online applications with fine- 12-04-2014
Start of downloading of hall tickets from the website- 02-05-2014
Date and time of the examination- 10-05-2014
Declaration of results- 19-05-2014
Downloading of rank cards- 26-05-2014
Corrections in the application will be only entertained within the dates of – 15-04-2014 to 25-04-2014.

ECET registration payment procedure

1.       The candidates are supposed to visit the AP online centres with the following mandatory details. (name of the candidate, dob certificate, hall ticket number, mobile number, qualifying examination)
2.       The requisite amount needs to obtain a receipt for registration fees paid and ensure that it contains the transaction id.
3.       Login to the website using the transaction id.
4.       Pay either through the debit card/credit card.

About MH-CET
 
Maharashtra has been a place for many aspirants for pursuing higher education in science, be it engineering or medical science or Pharmacy. The state has been a hotspot for aspiring technocrats and doctors. There are lakhs of applications submitted every year by many aspirants to the Maharashtra educational services. Having two financial hubs in Maharasthra, the place has become a place of many submissions. Through MH-CET, candidates can get into admissions into areas of MBBS, Pharmacy, BVSC, and AH and health science.  

Eligibility for MH-CET

For MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BUMS/BVSC and AH:


1.       The candidate must be an Indian national.
2.       The candidates seeking admissions to health sciences courses should be residents of the state of Maharashtra.
3.       The minimum age for the candidates is 17 years as on 31st December of the year of admissions.
4.       The candidate should have passed the HSC/equivalent from the institute within the state of Maharashtra with subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology)
5.       The candidate belonging to the open category must have obtained not less than 50% in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together.
6.       The candidate belonging to the constitutional reservation and constitutional reservation with persons with disability must have obtained not less than 40% in the subjects of Physics, chemistry and Biology taken together.
7.       The person with disability in General category should have obtained not less than 45% in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together. 

CET syllabus

The MH-CET syllabus for the entrance examination is based on the class 11th and class 12th (HSC) syllabus of the following subjects. 

1.       Physics
2.       Chemistry
3.       Biology

CET exam paper pattern

MH-CET 2015 will consist of the one question paper containing 180 multiple choice questions each carrying 4 marks each and a total of 720. The duration of the examination will be for 3 hours. 

Physics- 45 questions- 180 marks
Chemistry- 45 questions- 180 marks
Biology- 90 questions- 360 marks

MHT CET preparation

The candidates should keep in mind the most important thing is that entrance examination is purely based on the class 12th examination. The candidate should be preparing for the examination for at least one year before the examination. The candidates can make use of crash courses and coaching classes. The students should keep in constant touch with the syllabus and portion of the class 12th as most of the questions are asked on the basis of the theories, laws, and its applications. 

The candidates must allot equal time for every subject as it will be useful in gaining detailed knowledge on the subject area. Practising several years of previous years question papers will be useful for the candidates.    
The common entrance examination (CET) is conducted for the purpose of the determining the eligibility/merit, for admissions of Karnataka candidates to the first year or first semester of full time courses in medical, dental, Ayurveda, Unani,  Homeopathy, naturopathy, Yoga, engineering, technology and architecture courses in institutions within the state of Karnataka. 
 
A parallel test is conducted by the Karnataka Private medical and dental colleges association under the name of consortium of the medical, engineering and dental colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK). This is independent of the government conducted CET and is used to fill some part of the seats of certain engineering/medical/dental colleges in Karnataka. The candidates should also note that the non-Karnataka students cannot appear for the CET. They can appear for the COMEDK examination. 

Eligibility criteria for CET

The candidates are requested to appear for the CET if and only if the following eligibility criteria are met. 


1.       The candidate should have studied and passed in one or more Government or government aided educational institutions located in the state of Karnataka for a minimum period of seven years.
2.       The candidate should have passed both 1st and 2nd year pre-university examination or the 11th or 12th standard examination within the state of Karnataka.
3.       The candidate’s either of the parents should be Kannada, Tulu or Kodava and either of the parents should be of domicile of Karnataka.
4.       The candidate should be of mother tongue of kannada, Tulu or Kodava and should have studied for a period of seven disputed Kannada speaking area of Sholapur or Akkalkot.   
5.       The candidate who is the son/daughter of defense personnel working in the state of Karnataka for a continous period of study for the 10th, 11th or 12th standard.
6.       In the case of the candidate is a son/daughter of the personnel working in union government of India and has been posted in Karnataka for a period of one year, such candidates should have studied and passed the qualifying examination from any Government or government recognised institutions located in the state of Karnataka are eligible to apply for the examination.
7.       The son/daughter of the members of parliament elected from Karnataka. Further, the candidate should have passed the Q.E from a university or board or any other institution located anywhere in India.
8.       Son/daughter of serving of Karnataka cadre and of the Karnataka state government who has served or is serving outside the state of Karnataka during the candidate’s study outside the state.

CET timetable

The common entrance examination (CET) is usually conducted during the month of May. A candidate who had obtained a seat in any discipline through the KEA (CET cell) in any of the previous years will not be eligible to appear for the common entrance examination.

About AMIE
 
The AMIE (Associate member of Institute of members) examinations are conducted in every June and December. The student is not allowed to appear in more than 4 subjects at a time. If the subject fails in one subject, he/she can appear the same subject again till he completely passes the subject. Those who wish to appear for examination must apply in the prescribed format at the time mentioned below. 

The student when clears the subject present in both the sections in A and B, he is said to have passed A.M.I.E examination and becomes a qualified graduate engineer. The associate member of Institute of members, India is a professional degree in engineering was earlier known as Grad I.E by the Government of India. AMIE is equivalent to the B.Tech in engineering and technology which is awarded by the recognised Indian universities.    


Eligibility criteria

The candidate has to satisfy the above mentioned eligibility criteria to apply for the AMIE entrance examination. 

1.       The candidate should have attained the age of seventeen years on the date of his/her application for her election.
2.       The candidate should have possessed the required educational qualification recognised by the council as given in the institutional examination rules.
3.       The candidate shall be in the opinion of the council making satisfactory progress in the acquisition of the qualification for the corporate membership.
4.       A recognised 3 year polytechnic diploma or its equivalent in any of the branches in engineering
5.       +2/HSC/PDC with Physics, chemistry, and Mathematics with minimum 45% marks. 

Exam fee structure

The revised exam fee structure are given in the below scenarios. The candidates are advised to check the details before applying for the same.  

1.       The candidate’s exam fee for the Nepal/India students for the section A non-diploma stream is Rs.2000.
2.       The candidate’s exam fee for the Nepal/India students for the section A diploma stream is Rs.2000.
3.       The examination fee for the section B for the Nepal/India is around Rs.2000.  
The examination fee is same irrespective of the number of subjects you appear at a time/chance.

Mode of fee payment

AMIE examination fee is to be paid in the form of DD only drawn in favour of “The Institution of Engineers”, payable at Kolkata. Cheque/money order will not be accepted.  

How to apply for the examination

The procedure for the application of the AMIE examination is given below. 

1.       The download of examination form.
2.       Get the print outs.
3.       Draw DD for the examination fee. The DD must drawn in favour of “the institution of Engineers (India)” payable at Kolkata.
4.        Choose your preferred examination centres and keep a note on the examination centre. 

Admit cards

The hall tickets will not be sent to nay one’s address. The students are requested to download it from the official website about one week prior to the examination. 

Other information

The candidates are requested not to staple the draft with the examination form and instead use gem clips.