National Institutes of Technology (NIT) Admission Details
National Institutes of Technology (NIT) Admissions 2014
NIT Admission 2014-15
B.Tech. / B.Arch. Admissions 2014
National Institutes of Technology - Seventeen Regional Engineering Colleges (REC's) were established in various States as a joint and co-operative enterprise of the Central and the State Governments concerned. Each REC was to function as an all-india institution admitting students and recruiting faculty from all parts of the country. Fifty percent of the admissions of these institutions (each of which was be meant to equipped for a total annual student intake of 250) was reserved for students from States other than the one in which they are located. In addition to under-graduate courses, these Colleges also offered Post-graduate courses in various fields.
In 2003, the Seventeen erstwhile Regional Engineering Colleges (RECs) were rechristened as National Institute of Technology (NITs) were taken over as fully funded institutes of the Central Government and granted deemed university status. In addition, Central Government has also taken over 3 other Institutes namely Bihar Engineering College, Patna, Government Engineering College, Raipur, and Tripura Engineering College, Agartala, and converted them into National Institute of Technology(NITs) on 28th January 2004, 1st December 2005 and 1st April 2006 respectively. Thus the total number of NITs has gone up to 20. These institutes are expected to be at par with other national level technical institutes and be able to fulfill the demand of high quality undergraduate and postgraduate level of education in engineering and technology. An Act, namely the National Institute of Technology Act, 2007, has since been enacted by Parliament. So as to provide a common statutory framework for all NIT.
The total budget allocation for all NIT's for the year 2006-2007 was increased to Rs. 110.00 crore under Plan and Rs. 200.00 crore under Non-Plan, from about 70.00 crores under Plan and 118.00 crores under Non-Plan at the time of conversion.
B.Tech. Courses (8 Semester)
i. Civil Engineering
ii. Computer Science & Engineering
iii. Electrical & Electronics Engineering
iv. Electronics & Communication Engineering
v. Instrumentation & Control Engineering
vi. Mechanical Engineering
vii. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
viii. Production Engineering
ix. Chemical Engineering
B.Arch. Course (10 Semester)
i. Department of Architecture
1. Joint Entrance Examination (Main)
Admission to Undergraduate Engineering/Architecture Programs for the candidates from India at NITs, IIITs, Other centrally funded Technical Institutions shall include the performance in the class 12/other Qualifying Examination and in the Joint Entrance Examination, JEE (Main).
2. Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB)
A Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) constituted by the Govt. of India coordinates admissions for the candidates from India to UG degree programmes in engineering, technology and architecture based on the All India Rank obtained through class 12/other Qualifying Examination and Joint Entrance Examination, JEE (Main). CSAB 2013 is constituted in order to facilitate the seat allocation to students. The merit list (All India Rank) for admission to NITs and other CFTIs will be prepared by CBSE by giving 40% weightage (suitably normalized) to class XII (or equivalent examination) and 60% to the performance in JEE (Main) Examination.
3. ADMISSIONS UNDER DASA SCHEME
Admissions are open for Foreign Nationals / Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) / Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) under Direct Admission of Students Abroad (DASA) Scheme to National Institutes of Technology (NITs), IIITs and other premier Technical Institutions.
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Phone : +91 824 2474085
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Prof.T.K.Radhakrishnan - Chairperson
Center Incharge, Office of Dean Academic
National Institute of Technology,
Tiruchirappalli - 620015
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