M.Tech Thermal and Fluid Engineering is a full-time 2 years duration course Affiliated to APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University and Approved by AICTE.
Admissions are done as per AICTE norms.
a) The candidates shall be an Indian National.
b) The candidates should have studied the Graduate course in an institution approved by the AICTE / Deemed Universities in India.
c) Candidates should have a minimum of 60% aggregate marks in the Engineering Degree examination. For SC/ST candidates a pass in the Engineering Degree course is sufficient. For SEBC (OBC) students, a minimum of 54% aggregate marks in the
Engineering Degree examination is mandatory.
d) Candidates, who have passed AMIE / AMIETE Examinations and satisfying the following conditions, are eligible for admission.
1) They must have valid GATE score.
2) A minimum of 55% marks for section B in AMIE/AMIETE examination.
e) Candidates who have appeared for the final semester examination can also apply, provided he / she has passed all the subjects up to and including the 6th semester exam (8th semester for B. Arch students). Confirmation of admission of such candidates shall be subject to the production of qualifying degree –before the date stipulated by the affiliated University.
f) Admission shall normally be restricted to those with valid GATE score. However, this stipulation is relaxed in the case of Sponsored candidates.
g) In case seats remain vacant due to lack of candidates with valid GATE score, candidates from Kerala State without valid GATE score will be considered against such vacancies. If seats are still remaining vacant, candidates from other states will be considered for admission.
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