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AMUEEE-2015 Eligibility Criteria

Dec 17, 2014 17:01 IST

    All the candidates who are willing to appear for the AMUEEE-2015 entrance test are required to fulfill the eligibility criteria for the AMUEEE-2015 (Eligibility Criteria for AMUEEE-2015 is mentioned below). Before filling the application form, a candidate must go through all the eligibility conditions as in case of all not fulfilling any condition, the candidate can be rejected.
    For B. Tech. courses:
    The aspiring candidates who are applying for AMUEEE-2015 must have passed the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of Aligarh Muslim University or an equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate of English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
    The aspiring candidates of AMUEEE-2015 possessing a Diploma in Engineering of Aligarh Muslim University with at least 50% marks in aggregate are also eligible to apply.
    For B. E. (Evening):

    • Diploma in Engineering in the relevant branch (see below) of study or an examination recognised by the University as its equivalent with 50% marks.
    • Candidates professionally employed outside the country shall submit their Experience Certificate duly attested by the concerned Embassy/Consulate.
    • Note: Candidates having Professional Experience of Govt. / Semi-Govt. / Public Sector Undertakings after passing Diploma in Engineering will be additionally awarded 2.5 marks for each year of professional experience subject to a maximum of 25 marks.

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