Exams

BSAUEEE

What is BSAUEEE?

BSAUEEE is the entrance exam conducts every year by B.S.Abdur Rahman University to accept admission in  and B. Tech courses.

BSAUEEE Notification:

Online Application: First week of January to Last week of March.
Online Entrance Exam Date: Third Saturday of April

Related: BSAU stands at #26 among the top Engineering colleges

BSAUEEE Eligibility:

For B. Tech: Candidate who are appearing in Intermediate exam (10 + 2) or have passed with minimum 50% marks Physics, Maths and Chemistry. For B. Tech. Biotechnology Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Maths. Maximum age of candidate can be upto 21 years.
For B. Arch: Candidates who have passed 10 + 2 exam with minimum 50% marks with English and Maths as subjects and have at least 40% marks in NATA can apply directly.

BSAUEEE Practice Question Papers:

BSAUEEE Courses :

  1. Aeronautical Engineering
  2. Automobile Engineering
  3. Civil Engineering
  4. Computer Science Engineering
  5. Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  6. Electronics & Communication Engineering
  7. Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
  8. Information Technology
  9. Mechanical Engineering
  10. Polymer Engineering
  11. Bio Technology
  12. Food Bio Technology
  13. Cancer Bio Technology

BSAUEEE Application Form:

You need to apply online at: http://www.bsauniv.ac.in/apply-online

BSAUEEE Exam Centres :

Online Exam centres:

  1. Agartala
  2. Ahmedabad
  3. Aizwal
  4. Bengaluru
  5. Bhubaneswar
  6. Bhopal
  7. Cochin
  8. Dispur
  9. Goa
  10. Guwahati
  11. Imphal
  12. Jammu
  13. Itanagar
  14. Kohima
  15. Kolkata
  16. Lucknow
  17. Mangalore
  18. Malappuram
  19. Nellore
  20. New Delhi
  21. Patna
  22. Puducherry
  23. Pune
  24. Ranchi
  25. Shillong
  26. Srinagar
  27. Thiruvananthapuram
  28. Visakhapatnam
...

Offline Exam Centres:

  1. Chennai
  2. Coimbatore
  3. Dharmapuri
  4. Erode
  5. Madurai
  6. Nagapattinam
  7. Nagercoil
  8. Ramanathapuram
  9. Tiruchirappalli
  10. Tirunelveli
  11. Vaniyambadi

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