Vishweshraiya College of Engineering and Technology, Admission to MTech in Mechanical

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    Vishweshraiya College of Engineering and Technology, VCET, New Delhi
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    CB-152, Main Ring Road, Naraina
    New Delhi
    Delhi
    Phone-No: 257786682577464925774648M 98185118119810108085
    Fax:
    Email: vcetdelhi@rediffmail.com
    Website: VISHWESHRAIYA COLLAGE

    Course Name:
    MTech in Mechanical
    Course Description:
    MTech in Mechanical
    Fee:
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    Eligibility:
    BE/ B. Tech in Mechanical, Production or equivalent.

    How To Apply:
    1. Admission is through an application form which is attached with the prospectus, or can be downloaded from website. The downloaded form, when submitted, must be accompanied by a D. D. of Rs 200/- in Favour of VCET payable at New Delhi.
    2. Application should be filled up (in capital letters) in the candidate's, own handwriting.
    3. After duly signed by the candidate and parents/guardian the application should be forwarded to VCET.
    Students having more than 45% marks in their qualifying examination can opt for direct admission on first cum first serve basis. Along with the application from, the following documents / fees are to be submitted.
    4. Attested photocopies of certificates / Mark sheets.
    5. Proof of date of birth.
    6. Four passport size straight-faced photographs.
    7. Demand Draft (DD) of Rs. 200/- in Favour of VCET payable at New Delhi.
    8. Students securing less than 45% marks in their qualifying exam will have to appear for a written test/Interview. Student applying for the written test must send their application form with a D. D. of Rs. 200/- in favour of VCET, payable at New Delhi, towards entrance test. Test venue will be informed to the students later.
    9. The admissions are made strictly according to the merit and on first come first serve basis.
    Incomplete applications are liable for rejection.
    10. Candidates with outstanding qualification will always be preferred for admission.

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