How Students Can Maximize Their Chances of Securing Admission to a Great Engineering College
Did you just give your CET exams and now waiting to get your CET score? Are you worried about which Engineering college you may get into? Do you know everything about the new CAP rounds for engineering admissions? If you have these questions, then we have the answers.
Here are some hard core truths about the new engineering admissions process that you need to pay careful attention to!
Number of students taking engineering CET (MHT-CET) has gone up from 2 lakhs in 2016 to 3.89 lakhs in 2017. Number of seats for engineering in Maharashtra is 1.5 lakhs. Competition to get into engineering colleges has nearly doubled.
Though you may have read reports that a few seats in colleges go vacant each year, this is unlikely to be the case this year. Further, even if seats go vacant, they are from colleges in small towns or villages. There is always high demand for good colleges and colleges based out of cities.
This year, all seats in Government colleges will be filled through the Centralized Admission Process (CAP). For private colleges, 80% seats are filled through CAP and 20% through Institute Level Quota.
Due to the sharp increase in competition, if students do not fill in their option form carefully, they may not be allotted a seat of their choice. To avoid this from happening, students need to adopt a methodical approach to filling the option form. As such, students should, in order follow the steps mentioned below:
> Identify courses / branches of their interest
> Identify colleges of their interest
> Decide whether to give preference to the course or college
> List down all college-course combinations of their interest in descending order of priority
> Assess the feasibility of the options listed
> Finalizing the course-college combinations that they are interested in and which are feasible for their CET merit rank
Finalizing the option form is only half the battle. Students should simultaneously apply to private institutes through the institute level processes to maximize the chance of getting the engineering course and college of their choice.
Lastly, students who think that their CET score may not be good enough to get them into an engineering college of repute and a course of their choice should consider other good options such as BSc(IT).
Now that you have the low down of how difficult it could be to get into an engineering college / branch of your choice, you need to plan well in advance. To help you out, we are organizing informative seminars across multiple locations in Mumbai. All of these seminars have been packed to the limits, so we’d request you to reserve your seat today!
Here are a few reasons why you need to attend FREE Mission Admission Seminars conducted by Vidyalankar:
The seminars are conducted by industry veterans – All informative seminars are conducted by experienced personnel who have a firm grip over the admissions process. For instance, below we have a video of Mr. Avinash Chatorikar, one of the Vidyalankar Group Directors, taking the info session. Mr. Chatorikar has delivered these seminars for more than 15 years! He holds a B.Tech degree from U.D.C.T, an M.Tech from I.I.T Mumbai and an MS from Okhlahoma State University , U.S.A.
You get real, unbiased answers: Feel free to come to the seminars with a ton of doubts about the engineering admission process and leave with no questions unanswered. Most of the seminars are attended by parents and their wards and become an open Q&A platform for the most pressing questions you have.
Discover strategies of getting into the best engineering college / branch of your choice: We will provide you with all the tips & tricks you need to get into the engineering college / branch of your choice. As stated earlier, this is no mean feat! Our strategies include tips for filling out Engineering admission forms and wisely making your selections!
We need extra seating! Yes, we do: All our seminars are packed to the rafters! To ensure that you do get a seat, its best to reserve one earlier. Come in early as seats fill on a first come, first serve basis.
To know more about the engineering admissions process and how to optimize your chance of securing a quality engineering seat, attend Vidyalankar’s informative seminars on Understanding the Process of Engineering Admissions. You can register at the link below: http://engineering.vidyalankar.org/lp/mission-admission-engineering/