Joint entrance is not mandatory for studying engineering, The education department made it clear. Read more in today’s report.

The Department of Higher Education has given good news for the students who want to study engineering in the state. Students can get admission in engineering without taking joint entrance exam. Joint entrance is no longer mandatory for admission in engineering. After passing 12th standard, one can get admission in engineering colleges. Recently, the Higher Education Department has issued a detailed notification about this. Naturally, a large number of students of the state will benefit from this decision.

Joint Entrance is the qualifying examination for engineering students in the state. But considering the huge number of vacancies in engineering colleges, the higher education department took a different path. Years ago the All India Council for Technical Education (NCTE) did not make joint rank mandatory for engineering admissions. And this time the state walked that way. Students studying science in class 12 can now get admission in private engineering colleges.

In this year, engineering counseling has started in the state a few months ago. But even in the last phase of counselling, it is seen that most of the seats in the engineering colleges are vacant. It has been decided to admit 12th class science students to fill this vacancy. But this rule will be applicable only in case of private colleges. Joint ranking is required for admission in government engineering colleges and universities.

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