Sanskriti Engineering Entrance Examination (SEEE-2017)
Sanskriti University with a sprawling 40 acres campus at NH-2, Chhata, Mathurais one of the best known private universities of Uttar Pradesh. Only 116 km from Delhi, this architecturally majestic university is one of UP’s top class educational institutes known for its well-recognised and prestigious undergraduate and graduate programs in an extensive range of disciplines. The university established with the idea of “Excellence in Life” of the students seeks to develop competent, knowledgeable and capable individuals who are capable of assuming leadership positions in the global market place.
The University offers highly prestigious and sought after engineering courses in various streams like Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Electronics & Communication Engineering and Computer Science with an impeccable placement record with top companies in India and abroad. A judicious mix of theory and practical along with close interaction with all the relevant industries set its engineering courses apart from that of other universities and engineering institutes.
The University known for its academic excellence and wholesome learning environment will be conducting its own entrance exams for admission to its various B.Tech (Computer science, Civil, Electronics and Communications, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical engineering), Integrated B.Tech + M.Tech and Integrated B.Tech + MBA programs. These programs which prepare students for rapidly changing, technology-driven global marketplace are highly coveted, and the demand for a seat in these programs always exceeds the University’s capacity to accommodate them.
Sanskriti Engineering Entrance Examination(2017)
The University conducts its own entrance examination for admission to its eminent Engineering and Integrated Engineering programs. Shortened to SEEE, the entrance test for the next year is scheduled to be held from 3rd to 11th June, 2017.
Important information with respect to SEEE is provided as following:
Name of the Examination
Sanskriti Engineering Entrance Examination (SEEE-2017)
Scheduled date of the entrance examination
Owing to the heavy response the entrance test generates, SEEE (2017) will be conducted across nine days. The candidates can appear for the exam on any one of the dates mentioned below in test centres across India.
Dates of Exam ———— 3rd to 11th June, 2017
Time of Exam ———— 10:00 am to 12:30 pm
Duration ————– 2:30Hours
Registration date —– Registration starts from 18th December, 2016.
Eligibility criterions and conditions for the test
The candidate should have passed 10+ 2/ Intermediate Exam with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as the main subject from a recognised board or university with 50% marks in aggregate.
NIOS Candidates are also eligible to apply
Candidates with their results awaited can also sit for the entrance exam. However, they have to submit the final mark sheet of the qualifying exam on/before 31-10-2017.
Candidates born on /after 1st July 1995 are only eligible to apply for SEEE (2017).
Subjects of Examination & Pattern:-
Equal weightage is given in the entrance examination to all the three subjects.
Physics – 33.33% weightage
Chemistry – 33.33% weightage
Mathematics – 33.33% weightage
The syllabus of class 11th and 12th of CBSE 10+2 for above subjects for the students passing out in the year 2017
Important Instructions Regarding the Examinations
The mode of examination is online. It means that the candidates will be required to take the test on a computer.
The test will consist of 150 objective type questions. Each question will have four alternatives marked as (1), (2), (3) and (4). You have to mark one answer you think is right.
Each right answer carries four marks.
There is no negative marking.
The medium of exam will be English. All the questions will be asked in English.
Note: In case there is any Internet or Wi-Fi problem at any of the centres, a written test will be conducted. The students will be given a sealed Booklet and OMR answer sheet, on which he will mark/fill the correct answers.
Name and location of all the test centres are as following:
Delhi, Faridabad, Mathura, Agra, Aligarh, Jhansi, Gorakhpur, Kanpur, Allahabad, Lucknow, Patna, Ranchi, Guwahati, Kolkata, Siliguri, Itanagar, Gangtok, Dhanbad and Jaipur.
Candidates can select a test centre of their choice as well as the date on which they would like to appear for the exams. In case, there are not enough candidates for a particular centre on a particular date, the candidates will be required to take the test in their next preferred center & date.
Submission of Application Forms:
Candidates can register themselves for appearing in the SEEE-2017 through the University official web-site (www.sanskriti.edu.in) by filling the application form online. They are advised to follow all the instructions before filling the form online. All mandatory details need to be filled.
The candidates will upload at the appropriate place a scanned copy of their photograph & signatures on the form. Once the mandatory details are completed, the payment option will be activated for making payment of Rs. 500/- as registration fees (non-refundable) & subsequent submission of the form.
Once the form submission is processed successfully, a Registration no. will be generated for each student for future reference.
If a candidate wants to submit the form via offline mode, he/she needs to send the downloaded filled-up application form along with Demand Draft of Rs. 550/- payable to Sanskriti University at Mathura, as registration fees (non-refundable)
The Application form duly filled in along with Bank Draft will be forwarded to the Registrar, Sanskriti University, 28 K.M. Stone, Mathura – Delhi Highway, Chhata, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, by post or delivered by hand.
After the receipt of completed application forms along with Bank Draft, the Registration no of students will be sent by e-mail.
Last date for submitting the online / offline application form is 28th February, 2017.
Admit Card:Admit cards will be sent by e-mail from 25th May, 2017 onwards. Candidates failing to bring their admit cards will be denied permission to sit for the test.
Counselling / Admission Process:- The University will prepare a combined list of qualified candidates in order of merit, based on the marks obtained by all the candidates who have appeared in the Exams held on the scheduled dates.
Offer letter for admissions will be sent to candidates rank-wise, based on the number of available seats and the preference of the students as mentioned in the application form.