Admission

  ADMISSION DATE EXTENDED TO 25.08.2021


First Year Diploma Admission to Government and Aided  Polytechnic for the year 2021-22 


Link to Diploma Admission Portal 

Programs Offered for Full Time Diploma Courses

Sl.No.

Course Code

Course name

Technical/ Non Technical

1

CE

Civil Engineering (General) 

Technical

2

CS

Computer Science & Engineering

Technical

3

EE

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Technical

4

EC

Electronics & Communication Engineering 

Technical

5

EI

Electronics Instrumentation & Control Engineering

Technical

6

ME

Mechanical Engineering (General) 

Technical

 Admission Procedure

Introduction

Admissions to MEI polytechnic for the above Diploma programs is monitored and controlled by the Directorate of Technical Education in Karnataka. All the latest information about admissions to Diploma programs is available in the website of Karnataka Examination Authority.

Admissions to Diploma Program

The admission to 1st year Diploma for MEI  Polytechnic will be conducted by Department Of Technical Education (DTE) in co-ordination with Karnataka Examination Authority, Bangalore (KEA) and National Informatics Center (NIC). The admission process usually starts with the issue of the notification for admission by the Directorate in leading news papers of the State. The advertisement generally appears in and around the dates of announcement of Secondary School Leaving Certificate results conducted by the State Govt. It may be some time in the last week of April or First week of May or around that period. The announcement is also made on the website https://dtetech.karnataka.gov.in/kartechnical/ and https://cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea/ of the Directorate.

Admission Procedure

The prescribed Application Form along with the Information Brochure will be available in KEA & DTE  websites https://cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea/ & https://dtetech.karnataka.gov.in/kartechnical/ respectively. Candidates shall download the Application Form and Brochure from the website and fill up the Application as per the instructions.Admission to diploma courses is based on merit in each category of reservation. Out of the total seats 50% of the seats are reserved for various groups of the society. Remaining 50% of the seats are allotted based on the marks scored in the SSLC for technical Courses. All the Details of admission to Diploma courses are available in the Admission Brochure.From 2017-18, Government has given permission to Department of Technical Education to follow "Online Interactive counselling " admission process.

Eiligibilty

  1. The candidate must be a citizen of India.
  2. For Technical (Engineering) Courses: should have passed Karnataka S.S.L.C or equivalent examination by securing 35% marks in aggregate.
  3. For Non-technical (Non-Engineering) Courses: a) Commercial Practice and Apparel Design & Fabrication Technology / Modern office Management Should have passed Karnataka S.S.L.C or Equivalent Examination by securing 35% marks in aggregate. b) Library Science and Information Management Should have passed Karnataka P.U.C-II or Equivalent examination by securing 35% marks in aggregate.
  4. For both Engineering & Non-Engineering, the candidate should have completed at least five full academic years of study in Karnataka between 1st Standard and qualifying examination.
  5. Candidates who have passed the 10th Standard Exam conducted by CBSE/ ICSE and other states 10th Standard candidates shall produce Eligibility Certificates obtained from the Secretary, Board of Technical Examinations, Palace Road, Bangalore – 560 001 at the time of document verification & online application submission process.

Eligibility for admission to Evening Polytechnic.

In addition to the eligibility mentioned in Sl. No.01,02.04 and 05 above The candidate should have minimum three years of experience in respective Technical field after passing SSLC as on the 01-07-2017 and a No Objection Certificate (NOC) given by the employer must be produced at the time of admission to part-time diploma course in the prescribed format.

Lateral entry admission to 3rd semester diploma:

Candidates who have passed SSLC or Equivalent Examination with 35% of marks in aggregate and should have passed JTS (3 years course) / ITI (2 Years Course) recognised by Govt. of Karnataka are only eligible for seats reserved under JTS / ITI quota. Admission will be considered only for the candidates coming under JTS quota and ITI quota for Diploma First semester courses.

Fees structure

Fee structure for the diploma courses in Government & Aided polytechnics in the state is mentioned below as per the Government order No. ED 119 TPE 05 ,dt: 18/10/2005. and G.O. No. ED 10 TPE 2012, Dated:29-05- 2012 and G.O. No. ED 64 TPE 2016, Dated:21-06-2016.

Sl.No

Polytechnic

Tuition Fee

Development Fee

Other Fee

Total

1

Government Polytechnic

2940/-

500/-

830/-

4,270/-

2

Aided Polytechnic

5,618/-

500/-

830/-

6,948/-

3

Private Polytechnic

Karnataka students

12,075/-

500/-

830/-

13,405/-

Non-Karnataka

19,425/-

500

830

20,755/-

* In addition to the above fee the candidates have to pay Rs.40/- towards NSS (Polytechnics where NSS unit exists)

** In addition to the above fee the candidates have to pay Rs.50/- towards NSS (Polytechnics where NSS unit does not exist) 

The candidates who have selected the seats of their choice through interactive counselling shall pay the admission fee as per prevailing Govt. Orders as under

Sl. NO.

Category Claimed by the Candidate

Income Limit

Fee to be paid

Govt. Polytechnic

Aided. Polytechnic (Aided Courses)

Pvt / Aided. Polytechnic (Un-Aided Courses)

1

General

------

4,270/-

6,948/-

13,405/-

2

SC/ST

2.50 Lakhs

430/-

430/-

-----

2.50 to 10.00 Lakhs

2,535/-

3,874/-

-----

3

Cat-1

2.50 Lakhs

960/-

3,638/-

-----

4

2A/3A/3B

1.00 Lakhs

960/-

3,638/-

-----

4

Cat-2A,Cat-2B,Cat-3B

-----

4,270/-

6,948/-

13,405/-

5

SNQ

6.00 Lakhs

1,330/-

1,330/-

1,330/-

* The Candidates have to pay 40/- towards NSS in institutes only where Additional Self-financed NSS unit is willing to establish when NSS unit exists.

** The Candidates have to pay 50/- towards NSS in institutes where Self-financed NSS unit is willing to establish when NSS unit does not exist. 

Admission Reservation Policy

Sl.No.

 

Category

Percentage ofReservation

1

SC

15

2

ST

03

3

Cat-I

04

4

Cat-2A

15

5

Cat-2B

04

6

Cat-3A

04

7

Cat-3B

05

8

General

50

 SPECIAL RESERVATIONS.

1.      GIRL STUDENTS:

Thirty percent (30%) of seats are reserved for Girl Students in all Government / Aided Polytechnics(Co-Education) in respective categories.

2.      KANNADA MEDIUM STUDENTS:

Five percent (5%) of seats have been reserved in Government and Aided Polytechnics in the state in favour of candidates who have studied for 10 full academic years in Kannada medium from 1st standard to 10th standard in any recognised Institution located in Karnataka vide G.O. No. ED 91 URC 2002, date: 31/07/2002.

3.      Rural:

Means a candidate should have studied in places other than the following areas: Larger urban area, Smaller urban area or Transitional area for a period of ten academic years between 1st standard to the qualifying examination as per the Karnataka Municipalities Act 1964 of Municipalities Corporations Act 1976 in accordance with the Government order ED 01 TEC 2002, BENGALURU, Dated: 01-02-2002 and eligibility criteria shall be as defined in the Karnataka reservation of appointment of posts in the civil services of the State of Rural Candidates Act 2000 (Karnataka Act 1 of 2001). Candidate’s whose parents do not come under the creamy layer and candidates who have studied TEN full academic

years from 1st Standard in places other than the places mentioned in ANNEXURE X-A will be eligible for claiming the benefit of Rural reservations. However, if the candidates have studied in these places from 1st  to 10th  standard before the date of notification as urban area, such candidates are also eligible to claim rural reservation benefit. (See ANNEXURE-X).

 

4.      Differently Abled Students:

Three percent (3%) of seats are reserved in all Government /Aided Polytechnics in respective courses. (See ANNEXURE-VIII)



5.      As per the constitution amendment to the article 371(j), for local candidates belonging to HK region, 70% of seats in the institutions of HK Region and 8% of seats in the institution of rest of Karnataka region are reserved. The candidates belonging to Hyderbad-Karnataka region as per 371(J) shall obtain the relevant certificates as per Annexure-XVIII & produce for verification at the time of document verification & online application submission. 


6.      Supernumerary Quota:-

The AICTE has introduced the Supernumerary Quota in all Govt./Aided/Private Polytechnics. Five percent (5%) of the seats in each Polytechnic and in each course will be reserved as Supernumerary Quota. This Quota is over and above the intake sanctioned by the Government. For example, there are 60 seats in Mechanical in a particular Polytechnic, the Supernumerary Quota for Mechanical in

that particular Polytechnic will be 3 seats. Therefore, the total intake in that Polytechnic for Mechanical will be 63. The tuition fees prescribed by the Government in that particular Polytechnic will be waived off. But, the candidate has to pay other fees (Development+Misc). However, the candidate who obtain Admission Order under Super Numerary Quota are not eligible for change of course and Polytechnic any time during the period of study. The Income limit for claiming seat under SNQ quota for the current academic year will be as per G.O. No.Ed 72 TEC 2013, Dt: 23-05-2014 which is notified on the official website (www.dte.kar.nic.in) of DTE after obtaining directions from the Government.


Special Note: The candidates belonging to the reserved categories mentioned in the above table are exempted from payment of tuition and other fees.

i. Candidate belonging to SC/ST: The candidates should compulsorily apply for fee reimbursement of eligible fees as per the relevant Govt. Orders. online on Social Welfare Department website failing which the candidates have to pay the entire fee as that of general candidates. Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe category candidates who have been allotted seat under general category and relevant category, whose parental annual income from all

sources is below Rs.2.50 lakhs are eligible for exemption / reimbursement of certain fee as per G.O.. 

Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe category candidates who have been allotted seat under general category and relevant category, whose parental annual income from all sources is below Rs.2.50 lakhs are eligible for exemption / reimbursement of certain fee as per G.O.

ii. Candidate belonging to Backward Communities and Minorities: The candidates should compulsorily apply for fee reimbursement of eligible fees as per the relevant Govt. Orders. online on Backward Communities Welfare Department and Minorities Welfare Department websites respectively failing which the candidates have to pay the entire fee as that of general candidates. The candidates who have been allotted seat under general category and relevant category, whose parental annual income from all sources is below Rs.2.50 lakhs for Cat-1 and below Rs.1.00 lakh for 2A, 3A, 3B categories are eligible for exemption / reimbursement of certain fee to the extent of rates applicable to Govt. Seats in Govt. Institute as per G.O.


Document Retention Policy:

At the time of admission candidates have to produce necessary documents as per their seat type. All the documents will be retained with the institutes and will be returned after the verification.

Necessary Documents required during admission process-

  • SSLC Marks Card or Equivalent
  • TC
  • Study Certificate)
  • Nationality & Domicile Certificate
  • Caste Certificate (For Backward Class Candidates)
  • Income Certificate(For Non GM Candidates)
  • Medical Certificate
  • Rural Study Certificate (1 to 10 th standard)
  • Kannada Medium Education Study Certificate (1 to 10 th standard)
  • Passport Size 04 photographs
  • Certificate from Civil Surgeon (For Person with Disability)
  •  Special category seats : Candidates claiming the benefit under various Special categories should produce the 
  • relevant original Special category certificates along with TWO sets of photocopies COMPULSORY.
  • Candidates who seek admission to Government seats should compulsorily produce the required documents in ORIGINAL with ONE set of self attested copies of all documents.