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- Question: What is the eligibility for admission at
A) Candidate should be an Indian National and should have
passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State
Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its
equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Chemistry
and Mathematics AND Secured minimum 45% marks (minimum 40%
marks in case of candidates of Backward class categories
and Physically Handicapped belonging only to Maharashtra
State) in the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
added together at HSC (std.XII) AND Obtained a non zero
score in subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics added
together at MHT-CET 2012.
B) Eligibility Criteria for All India (Paper-I of AIEEE-2012
qualified) candidates: [Both the Maharashtra State Candidates
and the OMS candidates] Candidate should be an Indian National
and should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary
Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English,
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics AND Secured minimum 45%
marks (minimum 40% marks in case of candidates of Backward
class categories and Physically Handicapped belonging only
to Maharashtra State) in the subjects Physics, Chemistry
and Mathematics added together AND Candidate should have
a valid AIEEE Score (i.e. total score should be positive)
for the year 2012-13.
C) Diploma holders who have passed the Diploma course in
Engineering/Technology with minimum of 50% marks and medium
of instruction as English from the Polytechnics affiliated
to MSBTE or AICTE approved autonomous Polytechnics in Maharashtra
State ( for Maharashtra State Candidates) or such polytechnics
situate inside/outside the State of Maharashtra ( for Outside
Maharashtra State Candidates). Note: Eligible Diploma candidates
(rule 2.11) shall be considered for Admission against the
Institute level seats in Unaided Private Institutes only.
The details of the admission process for filling application
for admission against institute level seats shall be made
available in the separate information brochure. Diploma
candidates (rule 2.11) are not eligible to appear for the
- Question: What is the difference between BE & B.Tech.?
Answer: BE is bachelor of engineering & B.Tech. is
bachelor of technology. Normaly B Tech degree is awarded
by autonomous institutes and deemed universities, where
they have freedom to design and implement curriculum and
- Question: Is it necessary to give MH CET for taking
an admission to RIT?
Answer: Yes. MH CET is necessary for admission to
RIT, however if a candidate is qualified in AIEEE examination
or passed diploma in specific branch is eligible for admission.
- Question: Are there any seats reserved for female candidates?
Answer: 30% seats are reserved in every branch of
engineering except Mining Engineering.
- Question: How to claim seats under management quota?
Answer: A candidate can apply to RIT directly for
admission through management quota. Eligibility for such
admission is as per mentioned above.
- Question: Can one apply for a seat with CET score as
well as AIEEE score at the same time?
Answer: Yes. AIEEE students can apply for 15% quota
while CET students can apply for 65% seats. If you have
given MHT-CET as well as AIEEE you can apply for both the
- Question: What is an autonomous institute?
Answer: Autonomous institutes are designated to few
institutes which has been allotted complete autonomy for
running the institutes like designing syllabus, conducting
the examinations. We have following Autonomous institutes
like College of Engineering, Pune, Vishwakarma Institute
of Technology, Pune, VJTI, Mumbai, Walchand College of Engg,,
Sangli, ICT, Mumbai, SGGIE&T,Nanded and Rajarambapu Institute
of Technology, Rajaramnagar These institutes have proven
track record for educational excellence so more competition
to get into these colleges.
- Question: What is campus interview? And why is it so
Answer: Campus interview is to get yourself selected
for a job offered by a company, who will come to college
to select students for its company. Companies go to reputed
colleges, which are known for its standard of students and
education. If you get selected in campus interviews, you
will be joining the job immediately after completion of
- Question: Well, that means a job is assured if I join
Answer: The Companies are coming to reputed colleges
to get best students. There are many factors are considered
by different companies while recruiting. In order to make
sure to get jobs through campus interview you should have
good academic record and must have good Communication skills.
- Question:Documents required to be submitted
Answer: " 10th mark sheet " 12th mark sheet " 12th
leaving certificate " Indian nationality certificate " For
category students Cast certificate, cast validity certificate,
non creamy layer;(if applicable)
- Question:What is CAP and autonomous round for engineering
Answer: CAP is Central Admission Process for admissions
to autonomous and non-autonomous engineering college in
Maharashtra conducted by DTE.
- Question:How do I know which ARC (Application Receipt
Center) I should submit documents at?
Answer: You can submit your documents at any center
mentioned by DTE, but do note that once submitted you have
to visit the same ARC for any follow ups if needed. The
list for ARC centers is available put up on DTE website.
- Question: What is meant by Institute - Level quota?
Can I apply if I have less than 45% marks in PCM?
Answer: For un-aided (private) there are 20% seats
for institute level which are commonly known as management
type seats. Such seats are directly filled by the college
and the student can apply directly. You can not apply for
the management quota if you have less than 45% marks in
PCM for open category and 40% for category candidates.
- Question: Who grants Autonomy? UGC, AICTE or University
Answer: In case of Colleges affiliated to a university
and where statutes for grant of autonomy are ready, it is
the respective University that finally grants autonomy but
only after concurrence from the respective state Government
as well as UGC. The State Government has its own powers
to grant autonomy directly to Govt. and Govt. aided Colleges.
- Question: Shall RIT award its own Degrees?
Answer: No. Degree will be awarded by Shivaji University
with a mention of the name RITon the Degree Certificate.
- Question: What is the difference between a Deemed University
and an Autonomy College?
Answer: A Deemed University is fully autonomous to
the extent of awarding its own Degree. A Deemed University
is usually a Non-Affiliating version of a University and
has similar responsibilities like any University. An Autonomous
College enjoys Academic Autonomy alone. The University to
which an autonomous college is affiliated will have checks
on the performance of the autonomous college.
- Question: How will the Foreign Universities or other
stake - holders know that we are an Autonomous College?
Answer: Autonomous status, once declared, shall be
accepted by all the stake holders. The Govt. of Maharashtra
mentions autonomous status during the First Year admission
procedure. Foreign Universities and Indian Industries will
know our status through our website.
- Question: Will Academic Autonomy make a positive impact
on the Placements or Employability?
Answer: Certainly. The number of students qualifying
for placement interviews is expected to improve, due to
rigorous and repetitive classroom teaching and continuous
assessment. Also the autonomous status is more responsive
to the needs of the industry. As a result therefore, there
will be a lot of scope for industry oriented skill development
built-in into the system. The graduates from an autonomous
college will therefore represent better employability.
- Question: Is there any transport facility coming from
Sangli, Kolhapur & Karad?
Answer: Yes, Bus facility will be provided at additional