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Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology & Research Academy University is inviting applications from eligible candidates for B.Tech Admissions 2015. Admissions to B.Tech seats in the university will be based on the scores of JEE Main 2015 and +2 examination. Sastra University B.Tech 2015 Application Forms are now available. Interested students shall submit the filled application form on or before June 13, 2015 (6 pm). Interested candidates can check the eligibility criteria, selection procedure, important dates, and other details below.
SASTRA University B.Tech 2015 Paper Pattern: There is no separate entrance exam. Admission will be based on higher secondary score and JEE Main 2015 Result.
Application Fee: Rs.600 (Rs.650 by DD)
The application forms for SASTRA University B.Tech Admissions 2015 have been available from March 30 onwards in following modes-
In Person: Candidates can obtain the application form in person from the office of admissions at the university campus in Thanjavur or Kumbakonam or at registered office in Chennai.
Application form can also be obtained at select branches of Indian Overseas Bank and City Union Bank.
Download and send by Post: Click here to download the application form. Filled application can be sent by post on receipt of DD favoring SASTRA University payable at Thanjavur.
Online: Click here to fill application form now.
SASTRA University B.Tech 2015 Important Dates:
|Issue of Application forms||March 30, 2015|
|Last date for submitting filled applications forms||June 13, 2015 (6.00 p.m.)|
|Release of Rank List||June 13, 2015 (9.00 p.m.)|
|Counselling for admission||June 24-27, 2015|
|Classes for First Year||July 23, 2015|
SASTRA University B.Tech 2015 Counselling:
Counselling for SASTRA University B.Tech Admissions 2015 will be held during June 24-27, 2015. Seats will be allotted to the candidates based on their ranks.
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