Admission Process 2021
Kongu Engineering College (KEC), Erode offers admission to undergraduate (B.Tech/BE/B.Sc), postgraduate (M.Tech/ME/M.Sc/MBA/MCA) and doctoral (Ph.d) courses . Admission to B.Tech courses is offered by KEC Erode on the basis of TNEA Counselling conducted by Anna University. M.Tech, MBA and MCA are offered by Kongu Engineering College (KEC), Erode on the basis of Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test (TANCET) conducted by Anna University. Valid GATE scores are also accepted by KEC Erode for admission to M.Tech course. Merit-based admission is offered by Kongu Engineering College, Erode for admission to B.SC and M.Sc courses. The detailed admission procedure of all the courses of KEC Erode are given below:
For Undergraduate Courses (B.Tech/BE/B.Sc):
- For B.Tech/BE, admissions will be done through a single-window system of Anna University.
- The candidates should qualify the Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions (TNEA) conducted by the Anna University, then the shortlisted candidates will be called for the counselling.
- The candidates have to report in the allotted colleges and submit the fees and complete the admission formalities.
- The candidates will have to get their documents verified in the respective colleges and then pay the admission fees.
- For B.Sc, admission will be based on the merit in the qualifying examination.
For Postgraduate programmes (M.Tech/ME/M.Sc/MBA/MCA):
- For M.Tech, ME, MBA, MCA, the candidates who have appeared for TANCET/GATE can apply for admission.
- Admissions will be done on the basis of the marks scored in the TANCET/GATE exam.
- For M.Sc, admission will be based on the merit in the qualifying examination.
For Doctoral Courses (Ph.D):
- The candidates have to fill the online application form.
- Eligible candidates have to appear for written test and interview conducted by Anna University.
- The candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of performance in written test and interview.
View Course Specific Admission Process 2021
The selection of candidates will be based on the marks obtained in the prescribed subjects reduced to 200 (Mathematics – 100, Physics + Chemistry – 100) in the qualifying examination.