VIT Engineering Entrance Exam 2018

VIT University will conduct VITEEE 2018 in three different slots from April 4 to 15, 2018, in across 124 cities of India and in abroad (Dubai, Kuwait and Muscat). The last date to fill and submit the application form of VITEEE 2018 is March 15. VITEEE 2018 application form was released on November 1, whereas the offline form was made available from November 9, 2017. The examination authority has released the official mock test of VITEEE 2018 on January 8, 2018. Aspirants can access VITEEE 2018 mock test by simply clicking on ‘sign in’. VITEEE 2018 will be held in the computer based test mode for admission to 5000 Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) seats in Vellore, Chennai and two new campuses in Bhopal (MP) and Amaravathi (AP). As per VITEEE 2018 eligibility criteria, to apply for the exam, candidates must have cleared/ appeared 10+2 or an equivalent examination with 60% (50% for reserved category/ J&K migrants/ NE states candidates) in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

VITEEE 2018 Exam Overview

Exam name VIT Engineering Entrance Examination
Exam level
National level
Conducting body
VIT University
Commonly known as
VITEEE
Exam type
Objective
Programmes covered
B.Tech
Duration
2 hours 30 minutes

VITEEE Important Dates 2018

The important dates for VITEEE 2018 have been announced by VIT University. Candidates can check VITEEE important dates 2018 from the table below:

S.No.
VITEEE Events
Dates
1.
Release of the information brochure
November 1, 2017
2.
VITEEE online application form released on
November 1, 2017
3.
VITEEE 2018 application form offline available from
November 9, 2017
4.
Last date to submit application form
March 15, 2018 (extended)
5.
VITEEE 2018 mock test available from
January 8, 2018
6.
Slot booking
Third week of March 2018
7.
Issuance of admit card
Third week of March 2018
8.
VITEEE 2018
April 4 to 15, 2018
Session I: 9:00 am 11:30 am
Session II: 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Session III: 4:00 pm 6:30 pm
9.
Announcement of result
April 25, 2018
10.
Commencement of counselling round I
Second week of May 2018
11.
Commencement of counselling round II
Third week of May 2018

VITEEE Eligibility 2018

Candidates appearing in VITEEE 2018 must fulfill norms laid down for admission to the university. VITEEE 2018 eligibility criteria include age limit, nationality, and education qualification. Check VITEEE eligibility criteria for admission to B.Tech programmes below:

Nationality: Applicants must be a resident of India/ Non-Resident Indian National/PIO/OCI holder. Foreign Nationals have to apply separately through the foreign national application form.

Age requirements: Applicants whose date of birth falls on or after July 1, 1996, are eligible to apply for VITEEE 2018.

Education qualification: Candidates must have either completed or shall be appearing in 2018, in class 12 or any other equivalent examination. In the qualifying examination, candidates must secure an aggregate of 60% in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics/Biology (50% for reserved category/J&K migrants/ NE states candidates)

VITEEE Application Form 2018

The online, as well as offline application form of VITEEE 2018, has been made available by VIT University. The online application process involves registration, filling details in VITEEE 2018 application form, fee payment, uploading of scanned images among others. Candidates applying for VITEEE 2018 in online mode have to pay Rs. 1150 through net banking/ credit card/ debit card. The OMR application form of VITEEE 2018 can be obtained against cash payment of Rs. 1200 from the designated post offices or by producing a demand draft in favour of VIT University, in person from various campuses of the university.

VITEEE Exam Pattern 2018

Particulars
Details
Mode of exam
Computer Based Test (CBT)
Number of sections
I: Physics
II: Chemistry
III: Mathematics
IV: English
Types of question
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
Question distribution
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics- 40 each
English- 5
Total marks
125
Duration
2 hours 30 minutes
Language medium
English
Marking scheme
No negative marking for incorrect or unanswered questions