AICTE Releases B.Tech. Admission Dates 2021 (Latest Updates)

AICTE Releases B.Tech. Admission Dates 2021

The All India Council for Technical Education (AITCE) is only a regulatory body that deals with proper planning about the technical education system in this country. On 6th May, AICTE has released the academic calendar for B.Tech. admission 2021-22. According to this calendar, Engineering colleges can inaugurate the classes for first-year B.Tech. students by 25th of October.

AICTE has led all the technical institutes (engineering colleges) to accomplish the admission procedure by September 15, and first-year classes started as per the scheduled time. On the other hand, for the students of 2nd year, 3rd year, and the 4th year, classes should be started by October 01, stated by AICTE in its academic calendar. The Council has asked for the first round of counseling for B.Tech. and other technical courses, to be completed by August 31, and the allotment of seats for the second round should be concluded latest by October 10, 2021. For cancelation of seats for technical courses with a full fee refund, the last date is October 15, 2021. The detailed admission dates for B.Tech. admission 2021 can be checked below:

AICTE B.Tech Academic Calendar 2021 -22



Last date for the grant of approval to technical institutes by AICTE

July 15, 2021

Last date for the grant of affiliation by universities/ boards

August 10, 2021

Last date to complete first-round counseling & seat allotment

August 30, 2021

Last date to complete second round counseling & seat allotment

October 10, 2021

Last date to cancel admission with full fee refund

October 15, 2021

Last date to complete the admission process for first-year students

October 20, 2021

Last date to begin the academic session for first-year students

October 25, 2021

Last date for B.Tech. Lateral Entry admission

October 30, 2021

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For open and distance learning/online learning mode for the first and second session, the last date is September 1, 2021, and February 1, 2022, respectively.

Deemed universities have already initiated the procedure of conducting the entrance exam/ admission procedure for admission in B.Tech. Universities such as Amrita University, VIT University, SRM University, etc. have already released the application forms for B.Tech. admission 2021-22. Private universities are expected to begin classes after August 31.

The official statement stated by the AICTE also includes the schedule for the classes for the academic year 2021-2022, i.e. to be started in online mode, offline mode as well as blend mode (online and offline).

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Due to high demand for some of the well-liked specializations in B.Tech. and increasing competition, all the students are not able to get a reasonable score in the entrance exam and get acceptance in top private engineering colleges. For those students, B.Tech. Management Quota can be a golden chance to get admission in their desired institutions. Due to high closing cutoff and ranks, if someone is unable to pick out their favorite college then they can choose this option. In B.Tech. Management Quota, every state directs its own entrance examination for the admissions in private colleges and divided the total engineering seats into the state quota and the management quota. The seats for the state quota are filled by the state govt as well as the seats that come under the management quota, are filled by private colleges. The Dates for the B.Tech. management quota admissions will be done in the august, September and, October months of 2021.

Technical institutes and universities need to believe in and follow the practices for the safety guidelines issued by the University Grants Commission (UGC), Government of India, and The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) issued from time to time to contain the spread of Coronavirus.

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