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Engineering Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test is conducted for all those students who aspire to take admission in various Bachelor courses in Andhra Pradesh.APSCHE(Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education) has nominated JNTU to conduct EAMCET 2009.
Courses Available:B E,B Pharmacy,B Tech(FS & T),B Tech(Agri. Engg),B Tech( Dairy),B V. Sc and A. H,B Sc(Hort)B F Sc,B Tech( FS & T), B Sc(CA & BM), MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BHMS/BNYS, B Pharmacy/B Tech(Bio-Technology)

Eligibility for EAMCET:·

The candidate must be an Indian and must belong to Andhra Pradesh.· The candidate must above 17 years and should be less than 22 years of age.· The candidates belonging to SC/ST category are given 3 years relaxation in the required age· A pass in Intermediate Examination or appearance at 2nd year Intermediate Examination (10 + 2 pattern) conducted by the A.P. Board of Intermediate Education, with appropriate optional subjects or its equivalent thereto.· A pass at Diploma examination or appearance at final year Diploma Examination in Engineering conducted by the State Board of Technical Education and Training, A.P. or its equivalent thereto. Diploma candidates are eligible to apply for B.E/B.Tech/B.pharm courses only. Diploma in pharmacy are eligible to apply for Pharm-D course.

EAMCET Exam Pattern:

1. All the questions in the examination will be of Multiple Choice Type
2. There will be a total of 160 questions
3. The duration of the exam will e 3 hours
4. Each question will carry one mark
5. The question in the exam will be divided as:

Mathematics 80
Physics 40
Chemistry 40

Weightage of Marks: 25 % weitage is given for Intermediate marks

Website :

JNTU holds the record of conducting the EAMCET for maximum number of times (12 years)
EAMCET – 2009 was conducted on the 14th May 2009.

Opinions and Views about EAMCET 2009 paper:

· Students were of opinion that chemistry paper of engineering stream was tough, while the mathematics paper was time consuming.
· In medical stream, six to seven questions in Biology were found to be highly complicated.
Errors in EAMCET 2009 paper:A total of seven errors have been identified in the EAMCET key released by the EAMCET convener.

Grace marks in EAMCET 2009:

Candidates from Engineering Stream will be awarded – 2 grace marksCandidates from Medical Stream will be awarded – 1 grace mark

Guidance for choosing courses:The annual career counselling programmes organised by The Hindu Education Plus for successful candidates of EAMCET, will be organized in 13 centers across the State from June 1.



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As the Counselling Process of AIEEE-2009 is about to start by the next monday that is 8th june,you need to know some of the details like the shedules of AIEEE,List of Admission Centers and the procedure of Online Registration announced byCentral Councelling Board-2009

Admission Shedule of AIEEE-2009:-


ONLINE REGISTRATION (June 8, 2009 to June 28, 2009):-

Contact Information(Head Office) :-

Telephone # 0870-2462022
Fax # 0870-2462021
Email #
Website #

AIEEE-2009 Performance in exam will lead to admission in various NIT and other Top notch institute in India.Check your AIEEE-2009 Cut-off and Scores and find out the cutoff for admission in various Institute in India.

Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology :-

Ranking in AIEEE : Around 8,000-9,000 AIR.

Jaypee Institute Of Information Technology ,Noida :-

Ranking in AIEEE :
CSE - About 16000-17,000 ,
ECE- About 28,000,
IT - About 30,000

Thapar University :

Punjab Quota : CSE - 9,000 , ECE - 7,500 , Mechanical - 13,000, ICE - 15000 , EEE - 17,500 , Civil - 23,000 , Chemical - 24,000 , BioTech - 21,000
Outside Punjab Quota : CSE - 6,500 , ECE - 6,200 , Mechanical - 8,700, ICE - 7,800 , EEE - 8,500 , Civil - 13,000 , Chemical - 11,000 , BioTech - 13,000

LNM Institute of Information Technology

Ranking in AIEEE :
About 9000-10,000

IIIT Hyderabad :

Ranking in AIEEE : About 2000-2,500

IIIT Allahabad :

Ranking in AIEEE : About 4000-5,000

Vellore Institute of Technology :

Ranking in AIEEE : Around 10000-11,000 overall cutoff.
For ECE branch : Around 6000-7,000

Manipal University :

Ranking in AIEEE :
CSE : 3,000 ,
ECE : 2,500 ,
IT: 4,000 ,
EEE : 3,500 ,
Mechanical : 4,500 ,
ICE : 6,000 ,
Chemical : 11,500 ,
BioTech : 8,000 ,
Printing Technology : 15,000

Note:-The above mentioned colleges are not participating in AIEEE central councelling process..these are the deemed need to apply for each college based on the AIEEE merit in 2009..


Engineering is probably the most ‘in-demand’ line of undergraduate studies for students in India. An engineering degree - and especially those from top-rung colleges - is widely considered in Indian society to be a golden ticket to the ‘good life’. You could all getting into IIT the Indian counterpart to the American Dream. Engineering preparation has become a lucrative sector within the Indian education industry in its own right, with so many coaching institutes, engineering preparation books, pan-India test series’, ‘brain tonics’, Super 30…and probably a fair share of ojhas too. This article is being written in an attempt to provide a short primer to admissions in engineering colleges in India with further resources. This is not a book, it’s a just a humble attempt to filter out all the noise and point you to the best information available. Let’s get started.

Since the topic to be covered here is vast, it’s been split into sections here. Most of the engineering entrance exams results have been declared by now, so a lot of you would be in a dilemma on which college to join. Go through the podcast above, then read further on.

Brand vs Branch

It’s a question which pops up often - given a choice between a ‘good’ college and a ‘bad’ course, and vice versa, what should you take? Unfortunately there is no clear-cut solution to this issue. This is decision is important because it’s not just about the next 4-5 years of your life, but what you could be working on for the next 40-50 years of your life - in your career. There aren’t many people who get to take their pick among the top IITs / NITs, so it is important to accept that fact and then take informed decisions. The major factors that play a role in influencing a decision are the following, and here’s VoiceTAP’s take on that (with inputs from Vivek Khandelwal):
Area of interest identified: A normal XII pass student generally has no idea about his interests. The glamour in the IT industry tends to make students show inclination towards computer science and electronics. One thing that perhaps students tend to fail to understand is the fact that education in XII standard and education in college are two completely different things. For instance, an interest in computer gaming and Internet cannot be and should not be mistaken for interest in computer science. However if you have identified your area of interest and specialization, then focus only on college with a decent background / history in your area of interest; e.g., UDCT Mumbai is undoubtedly one of the best colleges in India when it comes to chemical engineering even though it’s not an IIT.
Area of interest NOT identified: In case you are confused about your area of interest as most students are, go ahead and chose a college on the basis of its brand value. While age of the institution and brand value are directly related, faculty background is something that decided the quality of education. Institutes like LNMIIT Jaipur have faculty from the IITs which would give them a great edge amongst the private engineering colleges. Most of the students applying to these colleges might refer to last year’s placement, which unfortunately was not the best year for the final year students; so instead you should check placement record of the previous years. If the colleges that you’re considering have similar placement records, then you should focus on the location of college. For example, a private college in Bangalore (like M S Ramaiah) would be more worthy of joining than a regional government college in some state.
Location, location, location: For many students - especially those from metropolitan cities - choice of college is often dictated by where they can get admission. So you might have offers from colleges in Vellore, Bhubaneshwar, Ranchi, et al - but what happens is that most students from metro cities don’t want to relocate for these colleges and opt for some college close-by instead. If you are a bit more flexible about this then you might be able to get into better colleges.

College Rankings

Ranking tables for colleges generate considerable buzz. We all know IITs are the top so it doesn’t make much sense to try and assign rankings to them. Nevertheless if you’re still interested, this list of Indian universities among top engineering colleges in Asia by Quacquarelli Symonds Limited is probably the most trustworthy.

Indian Institutes of Technology / Joint Entrance Examination

To a student interested in engineering needs no introduction to the IIT JEE. IITs are considered to be the pinnacle of technical education institutes in India. Admission is done on the basis of rank obtained in IIT JEE. Approximately 4 lakh candidates gave the JEE in 2009, with around 10000 students being declared eligible to apply for around 8300 seats in colleges which accept IIT JEE main list ranks (source: IIT JEE 2009 press release). The thing to note is that IIT JEE releases two ranking lists - the main list and extended merit list. If you didn’t make it through, don’t lose heart because even IIT professors admit that JEE might be flawed.
IIT JEE Main List qualifiers - the 10000 students who get a rank - are eligible to apply in any of the fifteen IITs, IT-BHU (Varanasi), and Indian School of Mines University (Dhanbad). Out of these, the top 4000 ranks have a realistic chance of getting into the ‘original seven’ IITs, while the rest are eligible to apply for the newer IITs (like IIT Gujarat) and other institutes under the main list. Only students from the main list are called for counselling according to the counselling schedule. Those who have qualified will be sent a counselling brochure by post. Read what a candidate who participated in IIT JEE counselling had to say, download IIT JEE 2008 counselling flyer (this is different from a brochure), or download IIT JEE 2007 counselling brochure. These last three links should give you an idea of how exactly the JEE admission counselling procedure is held.
IIT JEE Extended Merit List (EML) qualifiers are in a different boat altogether. EML qualifiers are not eligible to any of the JEE Main List colleges nor are they eligible for central counselling. You need to directly get in touch with the institutes in question. Till last year, about 2000 ranks used to be declared in EML, but in JEE 2009 a whopping 60000 ranks have been declared. The reason for this probably is that not many candidates are interested in joining these colleges, although as Rashmi Bansal pointed out in this particular VoiceTAP call, there is no reason for this to be so. Let’s take a look at the colleges you can apply to under the extended merit list.
Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST): Started by ISRO to create talented engineering graduates who can later join its organization, IIST functions out of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre in Thiruvananthapuram. It offers courses in aerospace engineering, avionics, and integrated masters degree in applied sciences. You don’t have to pay any tuition fees, hostel fees etc all - in fact they will pay you Rs 3000 per semester to study there. This free ride, however, comes with a catch - you need to sign a bond that after the completion of your course, you will work for five consecutive years at ISRO. This is a binding legal agreement that you cannot break. It might sound scary to some, but it actually isn’t. You’re pretty much guaranteed a job in ISRO on graduation with all the perks that come along with a government job. Moreover, the work experience that you get at ISRO is highly valuable in case you decide to shift to a different employer after the completion of your five year bond.
Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER): IISERs are institutes being set up by the Indian government to promote study and research in basic sciences at Pune, Kolkata, Mohali, Bhopal, and Thiruvananthapuram. You won’t get a B. Tech. degree, but something like an integrated M. Sc. or a B. Sc. Don’t make it a foregone conclusion that you don’t want to join these - explore your options. One very basic and good advice given on this VoiceTAP call was you need to keep your options open.
Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (Rae Bareli): Students who are interested in mechanical engineering and chemical engineering can explore this option with B. Tech. in petroleum-related fields with particular specializations. Mankind’s thirst for oil is ever increasing with demand for professionals in this field on the rise. Your career prospects are good too, as six oil PSUs of India promote this institute - so your chances of getting a job offer from these companies after graduation is higher.
Indian Institute of Maritime Studies: If you’re interested in joining the Merchant Navy or other maritime-related fields then this is the course for you.

BITS Pilani / Goa / Hyderabad

BITS Pilani and its branches at Goa and Hyderabad inducts students on the basis of performance in BITSAT. BITS is rated among the top institutes in India and for those who haven’t been able to make it to the IITs / top handful NITs, this a good choice. It’s an excellent choice otherwise too. Combined across all campuses and courses, BITS has around 2000 seats up for grabs. BITS Practice School is an innovative module undertaken by BITS whereby you get industry training

State Colleges / Private Colleges

It seems odd clubbing these two seemingly different types of colleges into one single category, but for most people the priority order does boil down to this. Of course there are notable exceptions such as DCE / NSIT (in high demand for CS / IT related courses) which are good enough that for students in Delhi it often is top priority. Then there are others such as PEC (popular for its aerospace engineering course), DA-IICT (in-demand in CS) TIET, Jaypee, etc. Then there are private engineering colleges which take in students on the basis of their own entrance test such as VIT, SRM, Manipal etc. Even if you don’t get into the ‘creamy layer’ of colleges you still have a lot of options floating around - and if you’re clear about the course you want to join then probably joining one of these is a better option than joining a much lower ranked college through JEE/AIEEE.

Final Word

At the end of the day YOU as an engineering aspirant need to take the final call. This is your decision, your degree, your choice. If you haven’t made it through in the Big Institutes, then don’t get disheartened because that’s not the end of the world. There are many other exciting opportunities in basic science - or even completely different fields. And if you did get through - congratulations! Now it’s up to you to think out all the factors and make your decision.

Hope this guide helped you..please give me suggestions and comments to improove the content for the future posts..


AIEEE is a centralized test for admission to engineering institutes administered by CBSE in association with a chosen National Institute of Technology (NIT). Over 10 lakh students give the exam; since AIEEE is not restricted to a small set of institutes in the sense of IITJEE they publish ranks till pretty low figures. A candidate get different break-up of ranks - an All India Rank, a State Rank (which is his rank vis-a-vis candidates within the state he’s appeared for class 12th in), and category rank. 50% of seats in the NITs in a state are reserved under state quota (admitted through state rank), while rest of the seats are filled up on All India Rank basis. (There’s been a change from earlier when system where there state-wise quotas for admission on basis of All India Rank. Now those state quotas - the ones for AIR - have been abolished and it’s purely on basis of AIR.) Those who have high category / state ranks should think of applying to colleges in their own state under these quotas.

This year AIEEE counselling will be held online. Students will have to login to the Central Counselling Board (CCB) website and enter their course / college preferences. There are a few things which should be able to give you a ballpark idea of what cutoff ranks to expect. First is CCB’s institute-wise opening and closing ranks list, but a better tool would be this AIEEE 2009 rank analysis tool - even this will give you college-wise, category-wise, branch-wise opening and closing rank cutoffs for various colleges under AIEEE admission process. You should note that these ranks given here are only for the first round of counselling where such cutoffs can go high. In later rounds of counselling they can go lower - or you can even join a college in a less-in-demand branch and then ’slide’ to ‘better’ branch as and when vacancies are created.
Online counselling will have multiple rounds. The thing to watch out for here is that if you’re allotted a college in first round of counselling, then you have to drop out of later rounds of counselling. I’ll take an example here. Say you want to do electrical at NIT Trichy, but don’t meet first counselling cutoffs for electrical there - but you do meet cutoff for chemical. Then, while making your choice if you fill in chemical at Trichy in the first form then that’s what you’ll have to take. If on the other hand you abstain from filling in choices in the first form, and instead choose to fill in your option for electrical in second form then you might have a chance of getting electrical itself at Trichy. So this was just an example as to how things happen, but I hope you get an idea that you’ll be walking a tightrope here when making choices. There are so many factors that you need to weigh, and hopefully this article should’ve helped you understand some of those factors clearer.


The list of institutions that will be using the EML of JEE-2009 is given below. The list may be updated time to time...

IIT-JEE 2009 EXTENDED MERIT LIST (EML) Accepting Colleges


1) College of EngineeringJawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Anantapur.
Ph: +91- 8554-73013
The college is provided with most modern equipments and facilities with the support of MHRD and AICTE, which makes it enable to produce highly efficient engineering graduates and technicians. The college is ranked as best in Andhra.Useful links:

2) College of EngineeringAndhra University, Visakhapatnam.
Ph: +91-891-2844771
The college is rated as one among the top centers in Andhra Pradesh providing excellent guidance in engineering field. It also provides much more extracurricular and student friendly activities for the development of a responsible citizen.Useful links:

3) College of EngineeringJNTU, Kakinada.
Ph: 91-0884- 2376029
JNTU is one of the top technical Universities in Andhra as well as in India for developing pioneers in the field, humanity, progress and tolerance. The college offers five undergraduate and nine postgraduate programmes in engineering.Useful links:

4) JNTU College of EngineeringKukatpally, Hyderabad.
Ph: +91- 40-23158661
The college is counted as one of best centers with sophisticated instrument facilities and eminent teaching staffs to incarnate high quality engineers. The college is receiving funds for development from different central and state agencies.Useful links:

5) JNTU College of EngineeringPulivendala, Kadappa.
Ph: +91- 8568-246166
The college offers undergraduate programmes in different branches of engineering. The centre aims to produce talented professionals with humanity and high responsibility to nation.Useful links:

6) SVU College of EngineeringTirupathi,
A.P. Ph: +91-877-2289561
S.V. University College of engineering incubates technically perfect products with humanity, responsibility and tolerance. The university has also arranged many scholarships for facilitating education to most of talented students.Useful links:

7) University College of EngineeringOsmania University, Hyderabad.
Ph: + 91-40-27098254
The college provides ambient environment for the development of engineers to meet every needs that can be provided to the nation. It helps to grow the habit of thinking learning and developing ideas.Useful links:

8) International Institute of Information TechnologyGachibowli, Hyderabad.
Ph: + 91-40-23001967
The institute is provided with high quality instruments and eminent professors and lecturers which enable them to develop new technologies to extend its industrial and societal application. The centre offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in engineering field. Useful links:

9) Sree Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology and scienceMahabubnagar, Andhra Pradesh.
Ph: +91- 8542- 249236
The institute is destined to create technically eminent and ethically strong man power to create and implicate new ideas for the world. the training and placement cell is much effective for students to get placed in top companies.Useful links:

10) University college of EngineeringKakatiya university, Khammam.
Ph: + 91-870-2438999
The college is rated as one of the best centers in Andhra in engineering studies and posses high quality laboratories for training. The college also has a skilled set of lecturers for guidance. Useful links:


here is the list of top 100 Engineering colleges in india ..plz click the following link..

Top 100 Engineering Colleges in India


Click the following link to get the details of AIEEE participating colleges and their Fee Structure

AIEEE colleges and Their Fee Structure

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Find college and course for your rank ...

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for AIEEE colleges and their previous rankings


Colleges using AIEEE rank for Admission

There are many college which are using AIEEE rank for there admission process apart from the colleges which participates in the Central counselling of AIEEE.

These colleges will conduct their own counselling and will not participates in AIEEE Central Counselling.Please note that you have to apply separately to each of these colleges to participate in there counselling.
Following is the list of College which are using the AIEEE rank for Admission ...


This article you are reading now is all about AIEEE-2009 .
in this post i provided most of the useful information for the candidate who is appearing for AIEEE councelling 2009 ...
Here are the links..............

AIEEE college wise opening and closing rank for engineering stream

AIEEE Rank analysis 2009 with rank Predictor for various institutes and branches

Details of AIEEE 2009 Counselling

AIEEE Bulletin

it is another good information to know from your own state,what is the first and last AIR in AIEEE from each category.

Based on AIEEE-2007 exam,the following link gives you in which institute,in which branches,what was the opening and closing AIEEE ranks..This says you which branches are available in which institute and what was the AIEEE rank requred in AIEEE-2007 to get admissions...

thats it for now and i may add some more useful links in next couple of days..