Sunday, May 22, 2011

Don Bosco University B.Tech Admission 2011

Don Bosco University
Airport Road,
Azara, Guwahati
781017, Assam – India

B.Tech Admission 2011

Number of Seats : 300 seats
Civil Engineering (60 seats)
Computer Science Engineering (60 seats)
Electrical and Electronics Engineering (60 seats)
Electronics and Communication Engineering (120 seats)

Minimum Eligibility Criteria


1. Candidates should have passed the Higher Secondary School Leaving Examination (or equivalent), with at least 50% in the aggregate, 50% in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and 45% separately in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

2. Should have appeared for AIEEE, the CEE of the State of Assam, or the Assam Don Bosco University Graduate Entrance Test (DBU GET). If a candidate has appeared for more than one entrance test, the best normalized score from among these will be considered.

Lateral Entry

A few seats are available for direct admission into the third semester of B.Tech for those who have completed B. Sc. (PCM) and for holders of 3-year diploma from government-approved polytechnics, who have pursued an AICTE approved curriculum in an appropriate branch of technology. They should have secured a minimum of 60% marks (Diploma Holders) and 55% marks (B Sc candidates) in the aggregate. They should also appear for the Assam Don Bosco University Graduate Entrance Test (DBU GET). They will be given admission on the basis of merit in the DBU GET subject to the availability of seats.

The Don Bosco University Graduate Entrance Test (DBU-GET)


Assam Don Bosco University conduct entrance tests for admission into its Graduate Programmes - DBU-GET. Admission to the B. Tech. Programme is only through an entrance test. Those who do not appear for AIEEE or CEE of Assam must appear for DBU-GET for B. Tech.

· Date : 14 June, 2011

· Venue : Don Bosco College of Engineering and Technology, Azara

· Last date for applying : 10 June, 2011

For more details, and to apply online, visit: www.dbuniversity.ac.in
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