The results for VIT Engineering Entrance Exam (VITEEE) 2014 are to be declared on April 28, 2014.
A merit list will be released based on total marks secured in VITEEE 2014. The results will now be set by post. Candidates can check their results online.
However, the rank secured by the candidate will be intimated to him/her via SMS through the number provided at the time of application. There will be no provision for re-totaling or re-grading of the answer sheets nor will they be made available for scrutiny.
The scores of VITEEE 2014 will be used for admission to the 14 engineering programmes offered by Vellore Institute of Technology at its 2 two branches in Vellore and Chennai. The exam was conducted between April 9, 2014 , and April 20, 2014 , with multiple test dates. The admission counseling is set to begin from May 19, 2014.
B. Tech specialisation:
1. Bio-Medical Engineering
3. Civil Engineering
4. Computer Science and Engineering
5. Computer Science and Engineering (Specialisation in Bioinformatics)
6. Electronics and Communication Engineering
7. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
8. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
9. Information Technology
10. Mechanical Engineering
11. Mechanical (Specialization in Automotive Engineering)
12. Mechanical (Specialization in Chemical Process Engineering)
13. Mechanical (Specialization in Energy Engineering)
14. Production and Industrial Engineering
A total of 1,93,790 candidates attempted VITEEE 2014 across 137 centres in 112 cities. The maximum number of registrations for VITEEE 2014 were from Andhra Pradesh with 37,298 candidates followed by Uttar Pradesh with 28,337 candidates, Bihar with 18, 861 candidates, Maharashtra with 14,801 candidates and Rajasthan 12,839 candidates.
To be eligible for VITEE candidate should be below 22 years of age, and have cleared Class 12 or equivalent in science stream with minimum 60 per cent aggregate marks. Applicants with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in 10+2 are eligible for ALL B.Tech specializations; however those with Physics, Chemistry and Biology in 10+2 are eligible for only B.Tech Bio-Medical Engineering and Biotechnology, B.Tech Bioinformatics and B.Tech Computer Science. The two and half hour computer based exam consists of objective type multiple choice questions divided into three parts: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology.
Results expected: 28th April 2014
Counseling Phase I:
Rank 1 to 8,000: May 19, 2014
Rank 8,001 to 12,000: May 20, 2014
Rank 12,001 to 16,000: May 21, 2014
Rank 16,001 to 20,000: May 22, 2014
The Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam (VITEEE) to begin today will see a total of 1, 93, 790 candidates. The exam will continue till April 20 across 137 centres in 112 cities. This exam is held for admissions to 18 undergraduate engineering offered by VIT University.
Andhra Pradesh saw the maximum number of registrations amounting to 37, 298 candidates. Comes next is Uttar Pradesh having 28,337 candidates followed by Bihar 18, 861, Maharashtra 14,801, Rajasthan 12,839 and Tamil Nadu 12,555.
It is a computer based, multiple choice exam held for a duration of two hours and thirty minutes. The exam is divided into three parts: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology. Each section will consist of 40 questions carrying one mark each.
The result for the same is expected to be declared on April 28. The counseling for the admissions is scheduled to take place from May 19 to May 22.
According to a newspaper, VIT chancellor G Viswanathan informed that two toppers among students (a boy and a girl) from government schools in rural areas in every district of Tamil Nadu obtaining maximum scores in the entrance exam would be provided with 100 per cent tuition fee waiver and full exemption from hostel and mess fee under the unique STAR (supporting the advancement of rural students) programme.Read More
The counseling for admissions at VIT University will begin from May 19, 2014 and will continue till May 22, 2014 with each day decided by the ranks in ascending order.
VITEEE (VIT Engineering Entrance Examination) 2014 will be held between April 9 – April 20, 2014 and the results for the same are expected to be out on or before April 28, 2014.
According to University Chancellor G Viswanathan, “The counseling for those with ranks up to 8000 will be held on May 19, followed by those with ranks up to 12,000 on the May 20. Ranks up to 16000 will sit for counseling on May 21; and those with ranks up to 20,000 will sit on May 22.”
There are also special scholarship provisions for students. The Central and State board toppers will be awarded a 100 per cent fee relaxation for all the four years.
“VITEEE ranks holders between 1 and 50 will be given 75 per cent fee relaxation, while those in the ranks of 51 to 100 will be given 50 per cent and between 101 and 1,000 will be given a 25 per cent tuition fee relaxation,” Viswanathan said.
Viswanathan further added that two toppers among students (one boy and one girl) from government schools in rural areas in each district of Tamil Nadu will be appearing for VITEEE and secure top marks will be given 100 per cent tuition fee relaxation and full exemption from hostel and mess fee under the unique STAR (Supporting the Advancement of Rural Students) programme.
Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam (VITEEE) 2014 conducted by Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) offers admissions to the B.Tech programme. The dates for slot booking for the same have been extended. Initially, slot booking was to begin on March 12 which later got postponed to March 14.
But, the dates have again been rescheduled and the booking of slots will now begin on March 15. So, the slot booking which was to be held from March 14 to March 19 is now going to be held duringMarch 15 and March 20.
The process is completely based on first-come-first serve. Candidates can select their city and the date and batch for the exams.
The exam will be held from April 9 to April 20.
The VITEEE is a computer based test that needs to be solved within a duration of two hours and 30 minutes. The exam consisting of objective type multiple choice questions is bifurcated into three parts:
Part I: Physics
Part II: Chemistry
Part III: Mathematics/ Biology
Each part contains 40 questions for one mark each. No negative marking is applicable on a wrong answer.
Part I Physics: Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Effects of Electric Current, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current, Electromagnetic Waves and Wave Optics, Atomic Physics, Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter, Nuclear Physics, Semiconductor Devices and their Applications
Part II Chemistry: Atomic Structure, p,d and f – Block Elements, Coordination Chemistry and Solid State Chemistry, Thermodynamics, Chemical Equilibrium and Chemical Kinetics, Electrochemistry, Isomerism in Organic Compounds, Alcohols and Ethers, Carbonyl Compounds, Carboxylic Acids and their Derivatives, Organic Nitrogen Compounds, Biomolecules
Part III Mathematics: Applications of Matrices and Determinants, Complex Numbers, Analytical Geometry of two Dimensions, Vector Algebra, Analytical Geometry of three Dimensions, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus and its Applications, Differential Equations, Probability Distributions, Discrete Mathematics,
Part III Biology: Taxonomy, Evolution, Cell and Molecular Biology, Reproduction, Genetics, Microbiology and Immunology, Biochemistry, Physiology: Plant and Human, Biotechnology and its Applications, Biodiversity, Ecology and Environment, Applied Biology and Human Welfare.