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"COUNSELING SESSION ON FIRST YEAR
ENGINEERING ADMISSION PROCESS 2014-15
FAQ’S
MARATHWADA MITRA MANDAL's
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
FOR INFORMATION TO ALL CONCERNED;
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Total
of Colleges : 365
Number of seats: 1,54000
seats --- in Maharashtra
[A] ELIGIBILITY FOR CAP ADMISSIONS
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Indian National
Minimum 50% marks for open category (45% marks
for reserved category) in Maths, Phy &
Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical
Vocational subject added together at XII std.
It can be 49.5% (148.5 marks out of 300 in Phy, Maths
& any of above 3rd subject – for open category
It can be 44.5% (133.5 marks out of 300 in Phy, Maths
& any of above 3rd subject – for reserved category)
POSITIVE COMPOSITE SCORE (50% normalized
XII PCM marks & 50% JEE main 2014)
[B] ELIGIBILITY FOR INSTITUTE LEVEL
ADMISSIONS
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Indian National
Minimum 50% marks for open category (45% marks for
reserved category) in Maths, Phy &
Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/ Technical Vocational subject
added together at XII std.
POSITIVE COMPOSITE SCORE (50% normalized XII PCM
marks & 50% JEE main 2014)
OR
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Indian National
Min 50% marks (45% for reserved category) for Diploma in
Engg/Technology
from the AICTE approved Diploma Institutes affiliated to
MSBTE or equivalent board.
I HAVE NEGATIVE JEE SCORE, AM I ELIGIBLE FOR
ADMISSION TO ENGINEERING DISCIPLINE? RULE NO.
2.1
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Yes, JEE score may be positive or negative, admission to
First year engineering courses are based on composite score.
Eligibility criteria for Engineering course state that
composite score should be positive.
CALCULATION OF COMPOSITE SCORE
Example: A Candidate has scored 282 out of 300
marks (94%) in the PCM group in the board exam
and has scored 50 marks in the JEE(main) 2014paper 1
 The composite score shall be calculated as follows:
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CALCULATION OF COMPOSITE SCORE
Number of candidates appeared for JEE(Main) 2014 –
paper 1:1278580
 Number of candidates who scored less than 50 marks
in JEE(Main) 2014 –paper 1:821007
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No of student with less than particular marks
Percentile 
100
Total number of students appeared
821007
Percentile 
100
1278580
Percentile  64.21240751
CALCULATION OF COMPOSITE SCORE
Number of candidates appeared for std XII board exam
with PCM group:3,23,227
 Number of candidate who scored less than 282 marks
in std XII PCM group:3,22,969
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No of student with less than 282 marks ( PCM )
100
Total number of students appeared in the board exam
322969
Percentile 
100
323227
Percentile  99.92017994
Percentile 
CALCULATION OF COMPOSITE SCORE
Composite Score  (0.5  JEE Percentile)  (0.5  Board Percentile)
Composite Score  (0.5  64.21240751)  (0.5  99.92017994)
Composite Score  99.92017994
Note: (Figures mentioned by DTE in the example above are
hypothetical and given for understanding purpose only)
WHAT IS THE MEANING OF NORMALIZED
SCORE?
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All over India there are different boards (State,
CBSE, ICSE etc), so all candidates XII PCM
marks will be treated at the base of 50
irrespective of their grand total of PCM, by
applying a factor (the software for normalizing
the marks is ready & will be used by the
admission authority)
HOW THE PERCENTAGE OF MARKS IS ROUNDED
OFF FOR PREPARING MERIT LIST?
RULE NO. 2.11
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Example:
If the percentage of PCM marks comes out to be
44.50% to 44.99% then it shall be rounded to
45% and if the percentage of marks comes out to
be 44.01% to 44.49% shall be rounded to 44%
MY COMPOSITE SCORE IS 32. CAN I GET
ADMISSION?
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It will depend up on the State Merit List (SML)
no., After you fill up the CAP registration form, a
merit list will be displayed on DTE web site.
Around 30th June 2014.
You will get a rough idea about the allotment of
course from previous years merit no
WHAT IS SML? WHEN WILL I GET IT? RULE NO.
7.1.3
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It is State Merit List no.
After you register for CAP admission, authorities
will allot a unique state merit list no. to all
candidates.
IN MY HSC EXAM, I HAVE NOT OPTED FOR
CHEMISTRY , CAN I GET ADMISSION?
RULE NO. 2.0
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It is compulsory to have Chemistry as a third subject
i.e. PCM marks are used for calculating the
composite score.
Note that only for the eligibility criteria (50% or
45%) instead of Chemistry other subject such as
Vocational or Biology is considered.
LIST OF DOCUMENTS:
S.S.C. (Std.X) mark sheet.
 H.S.C. (Std. XII) mark sheet.
 JEE 2014 (Paper 1) marksheet
 School leaving certificate after passing H.S.C. (Std. XII).
 Certificate of the Indian Nationality of the candidate.
Following certificates are needed if you belong to reserved
category1. Caste Certificate 2. Caste Validity certificate
3. Non Creamy layer certificate
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WHAT ARE TYPES OF CANDIDATES?
RULE NO. 3.0
Type A
Eligibility requirement
(Maharashtra state i) HSC & SSC from Maharashtra
candidate)
ii) Domiciled or born in
Maharashtra
Type B
i) Does not satisfy as Type A
(Maharashtra
candidate
domiciled
ii) Candidate/father/mother of
candidate)
candidate is domiciled in
Maharashtra.
Type C
i) Does not satisfy Type A and
Type B but
ii) Father / mother is employee of
Central Government
Home University ,
HSC Board
Place of domicile
certificate issued
Place of posting in
Maharashtra
WHAT IS INSTITUTE LEVEL ADMISSION?
ANNEXURE II
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20% of sanctioned intake i.e. 12 seats in case of
60 intake are admitted by Management of
respective private unaided institutes.
HOW THE SEATS ARE DISTRIBUTED INTO HU,
OHU, ALL INDIA SEATS AND INSTITUTE LEVEL
SEATS RULE NO. 1.6.2
CAP quota
HU seats
OHU seats
70% ( from 65% 30% ( from
of sanctioned
65% of
intake)
sanctioned
intake)
27 seats
12 seats
All India Seats
Institute Level
seats
15% of sanctioned 20% of
intake
sanctioned
intake
100 %
9 seats
60 seats
12 seats
Eligibility criteria
1.Composite score
2. SML no. (by state Govt)
Total seats
1. JEE (Mains)
1. Composite
2. All India Rank score OR
by CBSE
2. XII PCM
marks
OR
Diploma in
Engg/Tech by
MSBTE
ABOUT NFR (NO FEE REIMBURSEMENT):
At MMCOE, two courses are under NFR
1 Mechanical 2nd shift (intake of 60) &
2. Electrical Engg (intake of 60)
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As per current Govt policy, these courses are under No
Fee Reimbursement (NFR) category
Which means students belonging to reserves category &
EBC category WILL NOT be entitled for concession in
fees if admitted to these courses
COURSES OFFERED IN MMCOE
Bachelor of Engineering Computer Engineering -120 seats
 Information Technology- 60 seats
 E&TC- 120 seats
 Mechanical Engineering- 120+60 seats
 Electrical Engineering- 60 seats
 Master of Engineering- Computer Engg- 18 seats
MBA- 60 seats
MCA (Under Engg faculty)- 60 seats
ABOUT
COMPUTER ENGINEERING AND IT
COMPUTER ENGINEERING(CE)
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Computer Engineering is a discipline that integrates
several fields of Engineering.
The curriculum provides balanced view of developing
hardware and software for analyzing and solving
computer-oriented problems in major technical areas
like
Databases
Cryptography,
Communications and wireless networks,
Compilers,
Operating Systems,
Parallel Processing, etc.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)
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Information Technology (IT) is an engineering
division, which concentrates on the study of
utilizing computers and telecommunications in
order to control, gather, store and circulate
information.
Both software and hardware sectors are parts of
Information Technology.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMPUTER
ENGINEERING AND IT
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information technology (IT) specialist
works with computers. The job tasks can
include installing and repairing hardware,
maintaining networks and databases for user
applications or overseeing departments of
other IT specialists.
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Engineering has its roots in
computer science and electrical engineering.
The job involves designing or working on
computer architecture, computer hardware,
logic design, digital signal processing and
networking.
MOSTLY COMMON JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR
COMPUTER AND IT ENGINEERS?
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These streams offers a lot of job opportunities for
the graduates.
IT Service provider based companies concerned in
hardware/software development, application and
its testing employ IT professionals.
Some of the top companies employ IT Engineers
such as TCS, Wipro, Infosys, Cybage, IBM,
Amdocs, Accenture, Persistent Systems etc.
There are also lots of job opportunities available in
India as well as abroad.
COMMON RECRUITERS
Eclipsys
 Bajaj Allianz
 Patni Computers
 John Deer
 Accenture
 Persistent Systems Ltd
 Zensar
 Tech Mahindra
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Oracle Financial Services
Syntel
KPIT Cummins
Capgemini
Allscripts
Synechron Ltd
Oracle
Fiserv
L&T Infotech
Gauri Technologies
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And many more…
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SCOPE FOR HIGHER STUDIES
B.E.
AFTER
Can continue their course at Master’s level.
 Can even pursue for doctorate after completing their
masters degree.
 Many universities offer M.E (Master of Engineering)
or M.Tech (Master of Technology) in Computer
Engineering/Computer Networks and Information
Technology.
 In order to join M.E the candidate needs to qualify
the GATE exam.
 Can opt for Master of Business Administration (MBA)
or the aspirants can even opt for Master of Science
(MS).
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ABOUT
ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION (E&TC)
ELECTRONICS AND
COMMUNICATION(E&TC)
What is E&TC ?
 The
field
of
Electronics
and
Telecommunication
Engineering
encompasses all areas of human life
 Radio,
television, telephones, computers,
automobiles, house hold appliances, life
saving medical equipments and space
vehicles …. wide spectrum of applications
of electronics
WHAT ARE OPPORTUNITIES FOR E&TC
ENGINEER?
 Highly
rewarding and greatly satisfying
opportunities await the Electronics &
Telecommunication Engineers in wide
spectrum….
 Radio,
television, telephones, computers,
automobiles, house hold appliances, life
saving medical equipments and space
vehicles ….
WHICH COMPANIES COME FOR PLACEMENTS FOR
E&TC ?
 KPIT
,Tech Mahindra, TCS
 Infosys, Zensar, Jabil,
 Flextronics, Persistent,
 Volkswagen, Videocon,
 GS Labs, Aplab,
 Quick Heal, Allscript,
 Synechron etc….
ABOUT
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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Mechanical engineering is a discipline of
engineering that applies the principles of
engineering, physics and materials science for
analysis,
design,
manufacturing,
and
maintenance of mechanical systems.
It is the branch of engineering that involves the
production and usage of heat and mechanical
power for the design, production, and operation of
machines and tools.
 It is one of the oldest and broadest engineering
disciplines.
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LABORATORIES IN
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Sr. No
Name of the Laboratory
1
Metrology &Quality Control
2
CAD Laboratory
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Engineering Graphics
4
Theory of machines/Dynamics of Machinery
5
Turbo Machinery
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Heat Transfer / Refrigeration &Air-conditioning
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Applied Thermodynamics / Power Plant Engineering
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Thermodynamics / Basic Mechanical Engineering
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Fluid Mechanics
10
Metallurgy
11
Workshop
12
Mechatronics / Industrial Fluid Power
13
Strength Of Material
SOFTWARES USED
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CATIA V5R20
: 20 User
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AutoCAD
: 40 User
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Ansys 13
: 25 User
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Altair HyperWorks
: 10 User
WHAT IS THE PROJECT SCENARIO OF
BE STUDENTS
Name Of the Sponsoring Company
ARAI, Pune.
Bajaj Auto Ltd. Chakan Pune.
Kirloskar Brothers Ltd. Baner, Pune.
Bharat Forge Ltd. Pune
Thermax Ltd. Pune.
SKF India Ltd. Pune
Fine Arc Systems Pvt. Ltd. Pirangut, Pune.
Delight Process Designers & Atomation, Chinchwad, Pune.
Vanaz Engineers Ltd. Pune.
Rochi Engineers Pvt. Ltd. Pune.
Involute Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Savan Tools & Ancillaries Pvt. Ltd.
Innovative Industries Ltd. Sanaswadi, Pune.
EXTRA ACTIVITIES OF MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Participation in “SAEINDIA BAJA” event every
year
 Expert Guest Lecture for every subject
 Industrial visits
 All BE projects are Industrial sponsored
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PLACEMENT SCENARIO OF
DEPT.
MECHANICAL
Following companies visited for placement drive
Tech Mahindra
 Bridgestone tyres
 Volkswagen India
 BHTC India Pvt Ltd
 Cummins India Pvt Ltd
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Placement % of BE students :- 54%
ABOUT
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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Electrical Engineering is a field of
basic
Engineering that generally deals with the study and
application
of
electricity,
electronics
and
electromagnetism.
Electrical engineers design, build, test and maintain
electrical control systems, machinery and equipment.
Electrical Engineering is a very broad field which can
be diversified into Electronic, Computer, Robotics,
Signal Processing & Communication, Control Systems,
Industrial Automation, Satellite and so on…………….
WHAT IS THE SCOPE OF ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING IN DIFFERENT SECTORS?
Energy Sector
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Core Generation, Transmission & Distribution
Renewable Energy-Solar Wind Etc.
Transport
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Hybrid Electrical Vehicle
Electrical Vehicle
Vehicular Electrical System
Rail Electrification & Signaling
Communication
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Power Supply
Mobile and Telecommunication
Solar/wind powered towers etc.
SCOPE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
 Industries-others
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Textile
Petrochemical
Mining
Aluminum
Fertilizer
HVAC
Furnace
Steel
Chemical
 Construction and
Manufacturing
 Building Services
 Lighting, heating,
ventilation and lift
systems
 Healthcare
 Machines
 Servicing
WHAT ARE THE MAJOR TOPICS/SYLLABUS
COVERED UNDER ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ?
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Electrical Engineering Syllabus covers topic from its core
fundamental branch along with application oriented subjects
from Electronics,Computers,Management etc. Few are listed
below
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
 Measurement and Instrumentation
 Power Systems
 Electrical Machines, Power Electronics and
Drives
 Analog and Digital circuits
 Control Systems
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Industrial Automation(PLC,SCADA etc.)
Energy Audit and Conservation
Softwares
Microsoft office (Word, Powerpoint,Exel) to Specialized
software like
MATLAB,PSIM,PSCAD,ETAP,PCB123,RETScreen
So on…………..
Computer Programming
Elective Subjects like Robotics etc.
Project Management
Soft Skills etc…
WHAT ARE THE JOB/PLACEMENT OPPORTUNITIES
FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATE ?
 Core Electrical
Public Limited
Companies
 Crompton Greaves
 Emerson
 Eaton
 L&T
 Tata
 Bajaj
 General Motors
 Siemens
 ABB
 So on …….
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 Government Share
holding
/Undertaking
Companies
National Thermal
Power Corporation
Power Grid
Corporation of India
Bharat Petroleum
Indian Oil
Bureau of Energy
Efficiency
PWD
MSEB
Generation and
Transmission
Companies
So on………………….
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IT Companies
Infosys
TCS
Tech Mahindra
Google
Microsoft
So on….
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Electronics
Sony
Samsung
LG
So on….
 UPSC-Indian
Engineering
Services
Automobile
Tata
Bajaj
Volkswagen
Mahindra
So on…
 Other Companies
mentions in Scope
WHAT ARE OPPORTUNITIES FOR HIGHER
EDUCATION
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M.Tech/ME
Electrical
E &TC
Energy
Robotics
Communication
Laser Technology
Transportation
Agriculture
Energy
Interdisciplinary
So on……
 MS (Foreign
Universities)
 Various Discipline as
above So on….
 MBA (India & abroad)
 R&D
 Research Fellowship
 Integrated Ph.D.
Programme
 Certified Energy Auditor
 Basic Degree
 can do masters/career in
any Stream
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THANK YOU….

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