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The process for online submission of option forms for admission to first-year engineering degree courses in the state, is likely to commence from Monday, 9th July, 2012. We will release the details of seat distribution for engineering courses on our website on Friday while the option form submission is expected to begin from 9th July, state director of technical education (DTE) S.K. Mahajan told TOI. The DTE on Thursday, 5th July released the final merit list for the centralized admission process (CAP) for engineering. However, it has not yet released full details of the next phase of CAP schedule for submission of option forms, confirmation and verification of the same at the application receipt centres (ARCs) and the schedule of CAP rounds.
Starting this year, there will be a common admission process for all autonomous and non-autonomous engineering colleges, unlike in the past when admissions for the autonomous institutions would be taken up first. Sources in the DTE office confirmed that the schedule has been held up owing to the process of sanction of new engineering colleges by the all India council for technical education (AICTE), which regulates technical education in the country. Usually, the AICTE sanctions new colleges following which the state issues a government resolution (GR) declaring the new colleges as going functional from the specific academic year. The process for finalization of the number of engineering colleges as well as the number of seats at the DTE is in the last stage, sources said. At the time of declaring results for the MHT-CET 2012, which is the combined entrance exam for engineering, health sciences and pharmacy courses in the state, the DTE had declared an overall number of 348 engineering colleges and nearly 1.34 lakh seats in the state. This number is expected to go slightly up when the seat distribution details are released. The schedule for the ongoing engineering CAP has already been extended by two days, after students faced several problems in securing key supporting documents, such as the non-creamy layer and domicile certificates. The final merit list was initially scheduled for release on 3rd July, but the release had to be put off by two days.
Counselling for admission process:
Senior officials from the DTE and directorate of medical education and research (DMER) will address a counselling session on the impending admission process for engineering, health sciences and polytechnics, at the College of Engineering Pune (CoEP) at 10.00 am on Saturday, 7th July, 2012. Chairman of AICTE S.S. Mantha, minister of state for higher and technical education D.P. Sawant, DMER Pravin Shingare, DTE S.K. Mahajan, CoEP director Anil Sahasrabudhe and deputy director of technical education Vinod Mohitkar are expected to address the session.
Courtesy: Times of India
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