Engineering Entrance Exams Application Date 2022 & Details – Engineering is one of the most sought after career options for students after completing 10+2. Each year, a number of engineering entrance exams are conducted in India for admission into BTech and MTech courses. In order to get admission into engineering colleges in India, students are required to apply and appear for the entrance exams.
Here in this article, candidates can check the information on engineering entrance exams application dates and deadlines for BTech admission 2022. Many private universities have already started registration for BTech admission 2022. Students seeking admission into engineering programmes must know the application dates and deadlines of the entrance exams as the authorities do not accept registrations after the last date. Read the complete article to know more about engineering entrance exams application dates and deadlines for 2022 BTech admissions.
BTECH Entrance Exams Application Dates 2022
|Exam Name||Application Start Date||Application Last Date||Application Link|
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|SRM Delhi NCR||click|
|SRMJEEE (Phase 2)||November 16, 2021||April 20, 2022||Click here|
|UPESEAT||November 2021||April 2, 2022||Click here (Registration over)|
|PESSAT||November 1, 2021||May 31, 2022 (Tentative)||Click here|
|KLEEE (Phase 3)||November 2021||May 23, 2022||Click here|
|VITEEE||March 8, 2022||May 30, 2022||Click here|
|AEEE||December 30, 2021||To be notified||Click Here|
|MET||December 9, 2021||April 15, 2022||Click Here|
|HITSEEE||January 10, 2022||April 30, 2022||Click Here|
|JEE Mains||March 1, 2022||April 5, 2022||Click here|
|BITSAT||March 14, 2022||May 21, 2022||Click here|
|KEAM||April, 2022 (Tentative)||To be notified||Click here|
|KCET||April 5, 2022||April 20, 2022||Click here|
|TS EAMCET||April 6, 2022||May 28, 2022||Click here|
|AP EAMCET||April, 2022 (Tentative)||To be notified||Click here|
|MHT CET||February 10, 2022||April 15, 2022||Click here|
|WBJEE||December 24, 2021||January 16, 2022||click|
JEE Main is conducted to screen potential candidates for admission into BE/B.Tech (via Paper 1) and B.Arch/B.Planning (via Paper 2). Clearing this exam provides the applicants to get enrolled into reputed organizations and is also an eligibility test to appear for JEE Advanced.
JEE Advanced (Joint Entrance Examination Advanced)
The candidates who clear the JEE Main can appear for JEE Advanced for admissions in IITs, and ISM. The candidates who clear the Main exam needs to register for the Advanced exam too.
APIIT NAT (National Aptitude Test)
The Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology will conduct the NAT for admissions into engineering program. Those who wish to appear for the test can fill the application form in the month of October.
NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture)
NATA conducted by Council of Architecture provides the candidates admissions in 5-year architecture course. The applicants hoping a bright in architectural field can appear for this aptitude test.
SAAT (Siksha O Anusandhan University Admission Test)
SAAT is a national-level entrance exam conducted to provide the candidates admission in engineering undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The selected students are enrolled in different constituent institutes / schools of Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan.
State Level Engineering Entrance Exams 2022
KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test)
KEA is the organizing body for the KCET, a state-level engineering entrance exam to grant the candidates enrollment in engineering, pharmacy and other related courses.
MHT CET (Maharashtra’s Common Entrance Test)
MHT CET is conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education to offer degree courses in the field of engineering and pharmacy. The test is conducted in offline mode in the most of May (tentatively).
TNEA (Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions)
TNEA admissions program organized by Anna University offers admissions into engineering programmes on the basis of marks scored in class 12th examination.
COMEDK (Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka)
The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental of Karnataka conduct UGET to select the potential candidates for admissions in around 190 engineering colleges. The mode of the examination is online and applicants can apply for the exam too in online mode.
UPCET (Uttar Pradesh Common Entrance Test )
The National Testing Agency organizes the UPCET to provide admissions in various engineering, management, pharmacy, etc courses. The application form for the same is made available in the month of January and interested applicants can submit their form online.
AP EAMCET (Engineering, Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test)
JNTUK, Kakinada is the conducting authority that organizes AP EAMCET providing admissions in undergraduate engineering courses. The applicants can apply for the exam in the month of February.
KEAM (Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical Examination)
To enroll the candidates in the field of engineering, medical and agriculture, the Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE), Kerala organizes KEAM. The candidates can submit their application from the month of January.
CENTAC (Central Admission Committee)
The CENTAC admission program is organized to grant admissions in undergraduate courses offered in the field of engineering along with agriculture and pharmacy. Enrolment of the candidates is done on the basis of marks scored in the qualifying examination.
BCECE (Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination)
The BCECEB conducts pen-and-paper based Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination. By clearing this exam, the applicants can get admission in engineering colleges situated in Bihar state.
OJEE (Odisha Joint Entrance Examination)
The Odisha JEE or OJEE regulated by the Odisha government provides the successful applicants admission to various engineering courses. The examination is conducted in the month of May for which application form are available from the month of March.
WBJEE (West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination)
The WBJEEB organizes the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination for enrolling the students in the engineering colleges based in the state. The interested candidates can apply for the exam in online mode.
TJEE (Tripura Joint Entrance Examination)
Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination (TBJEE) conducts a state-level entrance exam Tripura JEE (TJEE) to offer the qualified candidates admissions in undergraduate engineering programmes. The application forms are made available in the month of January and the exam is held in April.
Other State-level Engineering Exams
- AP EAPCET
- KRLMPCA UGCET
- Uni GAUGE
University Level Engineering Entrance Exams 2022
BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test)
BITSAT is an online exam conducted by the Birla Institute of Technology & Science. The interested and eligible candidates can apply for this test by submitting their application form online.
VITEEE (Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam)
VITEEE is conducted to provide admission in the engineering courses offered by Vellore Institute of Technology. The application form for the exam can be submitted both online and offline.
LPU NEST (National Entrance and Scholarship Test)
Lovely Professional University organizes NEST, a university-level entrance examination to enroll the selected students in different engineering courses offered by the university itself.
ATIT (Admission Test for ICFAI Science and Technology)
The IFCAI Tech School (ITS) administers ATIT with the aim to grant admissions into various engineering courses offered at different campuses of IFCAI. The exam is conducted in both online and offline mode.
SRMJEEE (SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Exam)
The SRM Institute of Science and Technology conducts SRMJEEE which is a university-level exam. The application form for this exam is released expected in the month of November and the applicants can fill the form online.
TMISAT (Tolani Maritime Institute of Science Aptitude Test)
TMISAT is an online entrance exam conducted for granting admission to B.Tech Marine Engineering, and B.Sc Nautical Science.
VMU EEE (Vinayaka Mission University Engineering Entrance Examination)
To grant admissions to the interested applicants in undergraduate courses of engineering, the Vinayaka Mission University conducts VMU EEE. The application form for VMU EEE can be filled and submitted in online as well as offline mode.
VSAT (Vignan Scholastic Aptitude Test)
The Vignan University administers VSAT to select candidates for admissions into B.Tech & B.Pharma course. The application form for the test will be available both online and offline. The exam however, will be conducted online.
AUEET (Andhra University Engineering Entrance Test)
AUEET is conducted by Andhra University for the purpose of selecting candidates for admission into 6 year integrated dual degree courses. Online application form for the exam is released in the month of March.
KIITEE (Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Engineering Entrance Exam)
KIITEE is a university level test for admissions in the engineering course. The candidates can avail the application form for this exam from the official website of the Institute.
IPU CET (Indraprastha University Common Entrance Test)
The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University organizes a common entrance test (IPU CET) to provide the interested and qualified candidates enrollment in the engineering courses. The application form for the same is released in the month of January.
The Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University organizes BVP CET for admissions in engineering and several other courses. The application for different courses is made available separately. The applicants interested in pursuing engineering from this university can fill the application form for the same.
AEEE (Amrita Engineering Entrance Examination)
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham conducts Amrita Engineering Entrance Examination. The candidates qualifying this exam are offered admissions in B.Tech degree courses at different university’s campus.
KEE (Karunya Entrance Examination)
The Karunya Entrance Examination is conducted in the month of April with the aim of selecting the candidates for admission in the engineering degree programmes offered by Karunya University.
BSAUEEE Now CIEAT (B S Abdur Rehman University Engineering Entrance Exam)
For admission to undergraduate engineering program, BSAUEEE is conducted by BS Abdur Rahman University. The application form for the exam is released in the month of January.
CUSAT CAT (Cochin University of Science and Technology Common Admission Test)
The Cochin University of Science and Technology organizes entrance exam known as CAT to grant the candidates admissions in engineering courses.
SET (SLIET Engineering Test)
Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering & Technology (SLIET) offers admission to the various streams of Engineering, Technology. For this purpose, it conducts SLIET Entrance Test (SET). Interested candidates can fill the application form that is made available online.
VEE (Vels Entrance Examination)
The Vels Institute of Science, Technology and Advanced Studies (VISTAS) offer admissions in engineering degree programmes. To screen candidates for this purpose, it organizes VEE. The exam is held in the month of May.
BEEE (Bharath Engineering Entrance Examination)
For admissions to undergraduate and postgraduate programs offered by the Bharath University, BEEE exam is conducted. The exam is held in both online and offline modes.
AMUEEE (Aligarh Muslim University Engineering Entrance Exam)
Aligarh Muslim University organizes engineering entrance exam AMUEEE for admission to B.Tech programs. Candidates interested in getting admission to Aligarh Muslim University can apply by submitting their application.
Other University Level Engineering Exams
- IMU CET
- KRLMPCA UG CET
- NERIST NEE
How to Choose the Right BTech Colleges in India?
Aspiring to be an engineer is one thing and turning out to be an adept professional takes a lot of effort. It is imperative that choosing the right college plays a pivotal role to augment domain expertise. So here’s to some essential aspects to make the right decision:
- Promising Placement Policies: When it comes to engineering colleges, claiming a 100% placement is a marketing gimmick. As per the recent statements by AICTE in 2018, 22% of the engineering colleges in India do not have substantial industrial partnerships. This adversely affects placement opportunities. Hence, even top colleges cannot claim 100% placements.
- Prioritize your stream of study: Going by the brand name of a college can make students suffer if it does not provide the right courses. Look for the potentials of the course curriculum and facilities of a college for that stream. Experienced faculty, robust industry exposure, the extensive scope for research, and effective internship programs are the things that colleges should ensure.
- Check scholarship and financial aids: Engineering is one of the most expensive undergraduate programs in India. In order to meet the economic aspects of this course, scholarship programs are also available. Scholarships or financial aid are available even based on caste groups.
- Follow a holistic approach: There is no denying that engineering is the most sought-after course among Indians. Even though the pedagogy of IITs and NITs are inexplicably brilliant, there are many decent colleges that offer better facilities and learning experiences. Hence, students can look beyond IIT and NIT to shape their future.