Question: What is
the difference between BE & B.Tech.?
Answer: Practically nothing. BE is bachelor of engineering & B.Tech.
is bachelor of technology. In Maharashtra most of the universities
have named the engineering course as BE while IIT’s & few
Autonomous institutes like COE, Pune named it B.Tech.
Question: Is it necessary to give CET for taking an admission
to engineering college in Maharashtra?
Answer: Absolutely if you are seeking admission to engineering
colleges (except IIT’s) approved by All India Council
for Technical Education i.e. AICTE. Please refer to section
Types of Engineering
Colleges for more details.
Question: Can a student from Nagpur take admission to college in
Answer: Off course yes but that student has to apply under
30% quota of CAP seats earmarked for students from other
universities. However student from other universities can
also compete for
100% seats in Autonomous colleges like COE, Pune or VIT,
Pune. See section Basic Rules for more details.
Question: What is important, Branch or College?
you are clear about branch selection then college selection
becomes secondary but if you are not sure about
which branch to select or confused between 2 or 3 branches
to take up any branch then do give preference for good
college (Good college means good CET score is required).
Branch Selection - College
Selection or Branch
Selection Tool & College
Question: Are there any seats reserved for
Answer: 30% seats are reserved in every branch of engineering
except Mining Engineering.
Question: How to claim seats
under management quota?
Answer: Well you sure can apply for one at any un-aided
non-minority engineering college directly (no management
quota in Government
or Govt. aided Engg. Colleges). There are 20% seats
available with such college management. See section Basic
Rules for more information.
Question: Can one apply with CET score as well as AIEEE score at the same time?
AIEEE students can apply for 15% quota while CET students
can apply for 65% seats. If you have given MHT-CET as well
as AIEEE you can apply for both the quota seats in single
option form.You are allotted -the best of both the allotments-
at the end of particular CAP round.
Question: What is an autonomous institute?
Answer: Autonomous institutes are designated few institutes
which has been allotted complete autonomy for running
the institutes like designing syllabus, conducting the
We have following Autonomous institutes like College
of Engineering, Pune, Vishwakarma Institute of Technology,
Pune, VJTI, Mumbai,
Walchand College of Engg,, Sangli, UICT, Mumbai, SGGIE&T,Nanded.
These institutes have proven track record for educational
excellence so more competition to get into these colleges.
Question: Is it risky to get admission for engineering in the
time of recession?
Answer: You have got 4 years to enter into Job Market.
Hope for the better tomorrow and concentrate on excelling
engineering studies. See section Careers
After BE & B.Tech.
for variety of opportunities.