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Summary

TNEA 2017 - The Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions (TNEA) will be conducted by Anna University for all eligible applicants who wish to study engineering courses in the state of Tamil Nadu. Admissions will be open for the participating engineering institutes of the state. There will be no entrance examination held. TNEA 2017 aims at providing admissions to all applicants on the basis of their secured marks in the qualifying examination. To be eligible for admissions, the applicants will be required to meet all of eligibility criteria set by the admission committee. There are around 571 participating institutes under TNEA 2017. It is essential for the applicants who wish for admission under TNEA 2017 to register themselves for the counselling session. The counselling session and allotment procedure will be held in offline mode. For more information about the important dates, eligibility criteria, application procedure, counselling and more of TNEA Admission 2017, read the full article below.

Eligibilty Criteria

The applicants will have to qualify 10+2th standard (or equivalent) examination with the required minimum average aggregate in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. General category applicants will have to score 50% aggregate in 10+2thstandard (or equivalent) exam. The applicants belonging to the backward classes will have to secure 40% marks and applicants of MBC & DNC along with SC/SCA/ST will have to score an aggregate of 40% in 10+2th standard (or equivalent) examination.

Exam Pattern

The exam pattern details are given below:

  • TNEA 2017 comprises of multiple choice questions.

  • Paper Pattern of TNEA 2017 question paper will have 150 questions.

  • While, each question will contain 1 mark for each.

  • Total time duration of exam paper will be 2 hours and 30 mins.

  • Note, probably no negative marking scheme for wrong answer attempted.

Fee

S.No

Category

Application Fee

1

General

Rs. 500

2

SC/ST/SCA

Rs. 250