4 courses to be introduced on the campuses of Anna University in Tirunelveli, Madurai and Coimbatore.
Admission to Anna University 2018: According to a latest announcement from the government of Tamil Nadu, the first technical institute based in Chennai, Anna University will introduce undergraduate engineering courses at three zonal campuses of the institute. Undergraduate (UG) admission to Anna University is done on the basis of TNEA or Tamil Nadu engineering admissions.
Chief Minister KPalaniswami said the move was aimed at providing access to quality technical education at low cost to students from economically backward families who achieved high marks, reported Press Trust of India.
With this development, four undergraduate courses (UGs) will be introduced on the campuses of Anna University in Tirunelveli, Madurai and Coimbatore.
The chief minister also said the university currently offers UG and PG courses at four of its urban campuses, in addition to 13 university colleges across the state.
With the introduction of UG courses at the three zone campuses, 60 students each would be admitted to the four courses this academic year, the chief minister said.
“I have led the launch of four UG courses this academic year (2018-19) in these areas,” Palaniswami said in a statement, adding that requests in this regard had been received.
Anna University runs the Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test (TANCET) for MBA, MCA & ME / M.Tech. / M.Arch. / M.Plan. study program, which is scheduled for May 19 and 20. In this regard, the investigation office will operate on May 17-18, 2018 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. in Chennai City only at the Entrance Examination Center, Anna University, Chennai – 600 025.
For admissions to the UG, applications can be registered until May 30 via the Internet from anywhere by logging into the official TNEA web portals https://www.tnea.ac.in or https: // www.annauniv.edu/tnea2018.
Admission to the first year BE / B. Technology. Degree courses at University Departments / Constituent Colleges of Anna University, Government and Government-sponsored Engineering Colleges, Annamalai University and for seats ceded by Self-Funded Engineering Colleges are organized within the framework of the TNEA.
As reported by Deccan Chronicle, more than 80,000 students have signed up for the TNEA board so far. Registration for TNEA Counseling 2018 began on May 3.
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