Essential Information

Admission

Academic Qualification
The candidates must have passed in the same attempt (without compartmental) the HSSLC  (10+2) Examination of the Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur or an examination recognized by Manipur University or its equivalent with at least 50% aggregated marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in a single sitting without any grace marks. For SC/ST candidates there will be a relaxation of 5% marks in aggregate of the subject mentioned above in a single sitting without any grace marks.


Age Limit
A candidate for admission to the B.E. Course shall have completed 17 years of age and shall not be beyond the age of 22 years on the 1st July of the year of admission. There shall not be any relaxation in age for General/OBC candidates. For SC/ST candidates the upper age limit can be relaxed upto 3 years.

Medical Fitness:
Each candidate is required to submit a Medical Fitness Certificate at the time of admission.

 COURSES AND INTAKE CAPACITY (AS APPROVED BY AICTE)

Courses Intake capacity
B.E. (Civil Engineering) 25
B.E. (Electronics & Communication Engineering) 45
B.E. (Computer Science & Engineering) 45

 

DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS AND RESERVATION:
Distribution of Seats:
Annual intake is 115 (CE-25; CSE-45; ECE-45), 10% extra seats for Lateral Entry.  The seats will be filled up on All India basis based on the rank/marks of the JEE (Main) 2015.  A cut off mark/rank for JEE (Main) 2015 shall be decided by the Institute for admission.

Reservations:
i.     Seats for SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates are reserved as per Government of India norms. Those who have secured marks above the level up to which general category students are admitted, shall not be counted towards reserved quota at all and shall be included in the general merit list of admission.  

One seat is reserved in each of Civil Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering and Computer Science & Engineering for candidates who have represented State at the National/International competition of sports or other co-curricular activities.

3% of the seats in each discipline are reserved for PWD candidates. Candidates who wish to avail this should produce a relevant certificate/documents from the Competent Authority (vide Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India’s letter No. DL/A/C CD/2002 dated I2.11.2002).

ii.      One supernumerary seat will be given in every discipline of the Institute to the Defence Service personnel in case they fulfil the prescribed qualifications for admission.

iii.      5% seats out of the 15% supernumerary seats for foreign students will be reserved for the wards of the Indian workers in the Gulf (vide UGC’s letter F. 1-30/94 (CPP-II) dated 13.10.2000).

iv.  One supernumerary seat also may be provided to the displaced Kashmiri migrants.
v.      Reserved seats shall be deemed to be unreserved if suitable candidates are not available.