AITRC Admission

Adarsh Institute of Technology and Research Centre (AITRC) is located in Sangli, Vita, Maharashtra. The college is approved by AICTE - New Delhi, and is affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur. It is a private university located in the Sangli district of Maharashtra and is affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur. For students who are planning to know detailed information about AITRC admission 2020 can check this article. All official notification about the AITRC admission 2020 is available in this article. For AITRC admission 2020, students should pursue 50% marks in 10th and 12th examination.
by Padmashree | Last updated: Apr 09, 2020
AITRC Admission
AITRC Admission

Overview of AITRC Admission 2020

  1. Name of the institute- Adarsh Institute of Technology and Research Centre, Maharashtra/AITRC

  2. Institute type- Private

  3. Course offered- B.tech

  4. Essential admission criteria- Entrance-based

  5. Entrance exam- JEE(Joint Examination Entrance)main and MHT- CET(The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test)

  6. Mode of entrance exam- Offline



AITRC B.tech Admission Highlights 2020

Name of the course

Bachelor in Technology(B.tech)

Mode of the course

Full-time

Duration

Four years

Specialization

4

Total no of intake

204

Eligibility

Entrance exam score and 10th-12th(50%)

Mode of application

Offline

Course BE/B.tech- Admission link


What Specialization AITRC offers for the students?

  1. Civil Engineering- 54 students intake

  2. Computer Science and Engineering- 30 students intake

  3. Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering- 30 students intake

  4. Mechanical Engineering- 90 students intake

How to apply for AITRC Admission?

  • The application form(B.tech) will be released in the month of June/July.

  • Interested candidates can apply by reaching the university as per the instruction said by the institute.

  • Students are requested to carry their educational documents at the time of admission and application filling.

The following documents are necessary for Maharashtra candidates.

  1. Allotment Letter of CAP (for CAP candidates)

  2. SSC Mark list

  3. HSC Mark list

  4. Transfer / Leaving Certificate of XII std.

  5. Proforma – I (for CAP candidates)

  6. Score Card of JEE Main/MHT-CET / JEE/MHT-CET

  7. Gap Certificate (if any)

  8. Caste Certificate ( for Reserved Category CAP candidates)

  9. Caste Validity Certificate ( for Reserved Category CAP candidates)

  10. Non – Creamy Layer Certificate ( for Reserved Category CAP candidates)

  11. Adhar card (UID Number)

  12. Nationality Certificate or Birth Certificate or Passport

  13. Domicile Certificate

  14. Passport size photograph- 04 Nos

  15. School/College Leaving Certificate

  16. Income Certificate

  17. Migration Certificate (if any)

The following documents are necessary for other state candidates.

  1. Allotment Letter of CAP (for CAP candidates)

  2. SSC Mark list

  3. HSC Mark list

  4. Transfer / Leaving Certificate of XII std.

  5. Proforma – I (for CAP candidates)

  6. Score Card of JEE Main

  7. Gap Certificate (if any)

  8. Migration Certificate

  9. Nationality Certificate or Birth Certificate or Passport

  10. Domicile Certificate

  11. 3 Passport size photograph

NOTE: Applicants from other states must have 3 sets of copies of the documents mentioned above.

Eligibility for AITRC Admission

For admission into B.Tech, candidates must have passed HSC or equivalent exam with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects and have secured 50% marks (45% for Backward Class and PH candidates).

NOTE - Candidates seeking admission through lateral entry in the second year of the course must have passed Diploma in Engineering and Technology with 50% marks (45% for backward class and disabled candidates).

Eligibility condition

  • A candidate who is from Maharashtra must have a valid MHT-CET exam for admission.

  • Candidates who are from other states must have a good JEE Main score.

  • The final selection will complete through counseling, which is conducted by the Common Admission Process (CAP).

  • During the counseling process, qualified applicants need to register, select their type of candidature, enter required details, upload scanned images, and pay the counseling fee.

  • The successfully registered candidates have to report at Admission Facilitation Center (AFC) for document verification.

  • After verification, students need to login to select the choice, of course, and pick AITRC as the preferred college.

  • Based on the rank, choices filled and availability of seats, CAP will allot seats to candidates

  • Once the allotment is complete, students have to choose any of the options among freeze, float, and slide.

  • Lastly, they have to report at the allotted college to confirm the seat and complete the admission process.





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