Tuesday, June 18, 2013

KEAM ENGG RANKLIST TODAY

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Kochi, June 18,2013 : For the first time in the post modern era of engineering examination, ranklist of the engineering entrance examination will be published a week before the usual date by the Commissioner for entrance Examinations on Tuesday,18th June. Last year the ranklist was published on 25th June. The ranklist will be officially released by the Education Minister Abdu Rabb at a function in the PRD Chamber by 12.30 pm.
The Rank list is for admission to the B Tech Programmes in Government/Aided Engineering Colleges including the B.Tech (Agri. Engg), B.Tech (Food Engg) Courses under the Kerala Agricultural University and B.Tech (Dairy Science & Technology) under the Kerala Veterinary & Animal Sciences University and for admission to Government Controlled Self-financingand Private Self-financing Engineering Colleges.
The rank list for the Engineering admissions will be prepared by giving equal weightage for the marks in the Entrance Examination and the standardized marks in the qualifying examination in the relevant subjects. The process of standardisation is described in Clause 9.7.4 (b) of the Prospectus.
The marks secured by candidates in the Engineering Entrance Examination were announced on 23.5.2013. The number of candidates qualified in the Engineering Entrance Examination is 74226.
Subsequently, candidates were given time to enter the marks of their qualifying examination and the same was published for approval. The rank list is now being announced based on these data.
In the process of standardisation, all the candidates will have their marks in the three subjects (Mathematics and Physics and one of Chemistry/Computer Science/ Biotechnology/Biology), in the Board Examination, computed out of 100, mapped on to a common base considering the ‘Global mean’ and ‘Global Standard Deviation. The ‘Global Mean’ would be the mean of marks secured by all students who have taken the examination in a subject in the Kerala Higher Secondary, Kerala VHSE, CBSE and CISCE streams in the five years from 2009 to 2013. The ‘Global Standard Deviation’ would be the standard deviation of marks secured by all students who have taken the examination in a subject in the Kerala Higher Secondary, Kerala VHSE, CBSE and CISCE streams in the five years from 2009 to 2013. The total of the standardised marks in the three subjects would be limited to 300.
The Marks scored by candidates in the Entrance Examination, out of 960, will be computed out of 300. So, maximum marks considered in the ranking process would be 600.
A candidate included in the Engineering rank list has to satisfy the eligibility conditions at the time of reporting for admission in the college as per the allotments.
For admission to Engineering courses, including B.Tech (Ag Engg) and B.Tech (Food Engg) courses under the Kerala Agricultural University and B. Tech (Dairy Science & Technology) under Kerala Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, applicant should have passed Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala or Examinations recognized as equivalent thereto, with 50% marks in Mathematics separately and 50 % marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together.
Those having Diploma in Engineering awarded by the Board of Technical Examinations or an examination recognised equivalent thereto, by the State Board of Technical Education after undergoing an institutional course of at least 3 years from an Institution approved by AICTE, securing a minimum of 50% marks in the final year Diploma Examination are eligible for admission to the special reservation quota (DE) only.
Socially and Educationally Backward Classes Candidates whose annual family income does not exceed Rs.4.5 lakhs as per GO(P) No.208/66/Edn. Dated.02/05/1966 and amendments thereof are eligible for relaxation in marks in the qualifying examination.
SEBC candidates and PD candidates with Locomotory disability of lower limbs between 40% and 70% need only 45% marks in the case of Mathematics separately and 45% marks for optional subjects put together for admission to Engineering courses. SC/ST applicants need only a pass in the qualifying examination. In case of Grades for qualifying examination and marks are not mentioned, the grade covering 45% marks will be considered as criterion for eligibility where ever applicable. The relaxation of marks in the qualifying examination extended to SEBC candidates only will be applicable to OEC candidates even if they are allotted against the un-availed seats of SC/ST quota. Further mark relaxation has been ordered by the Government foradmissions to Engineering courses, amending the Prospectus of 2013.
As per the GO(Ms) No.214/2013/HEdn dated 30.5.2013 of the Higher Education Department, amending 6.2.2 (a) of the Prospectus for Admission to Professional Degree Courses, 2013, a new provision has been incorporated in the Prospectus as Clause 6.2.2(a) (i).
Accordingly, ‘The candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala, or Examination as equivalent thereto, with 60% aggregate marks in Physics and Chemistry put together and 45% marks in Mathematics are also eligible for admission. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry, the marks obtained in Computer Science shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry and Computer Science, the marks obtained in Biotechnology shall be considered. In case, the candidate has not studied Chemistry, Computer Science and Biotechnology, the marks obtained in Biology shall be considered’.
The Clause related to relaxation in marks for SEBC candidates has also been amended. A new Clause, 6.2.4 (b) (i) has been inserted which reads as follows. ‘For SEBC candidates and PD candidates who come under Para 6.2.2(a) (i), 55% aggregate marks or the optional subjects put together is sufficient. They need only 40% marks in Mathematics’
SC/ST candidates need only a pass in the qualifying examination. The next activity after the publication of the Rank list would be the publication of the category list. This will be followed by the Centralised Allotment Process.

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