MEC Hyderabad B.Tech 2020 application process open till September 18

MEC Hyderabad B.Tech 2020 application process open till September 18
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NEW DELHI: Mahindra University’s Ecole Centrale School of Engineering (MEC), Hyderabad will open the online application process for B.Tech 2020 admissions till September 18. Students will be able to apply for admissions till September 18, 2020 at the official website mechyd.ac.in. Before filling out the application form, the students are advised to check the eligibility criteria released by the authorities.

The counselling process for eligible students will be held in online mode and the offers will be given as per the availability. Students will be given admissions on the basis of their secured JEE Main scores or Valid SAT Subject Test Scores or SAT Scores or ACT scores or Class 10+2 exams result (80% or equivalent grade cumulatively in Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry Subjects in 10+2 from any Statutory Board).

According to Yajulu Medury, Vice Chancellor, Mahindra University, “At Mahindra University, we follow a paradigm that focuses on Industry and academia collaboration and a unique blend of theory and practice to ensure that each student is a well-rounded scholar and an industry-ready practitioner. MEC students have been winning laurels in India and abroad and an asset to any organization that they are a part of. We invite the aspiring engineers to become a part of the revolution to create global leaders and engaged thinkers”.

Around 400 seats are offered by MEC through it’s B.Tech. programme. 7 academic disciplines are available - Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Electronics & Computer Engineering, and Computation & Mathematics.

Also Read: Mahindra University’s Ecole Centrale School of Engineering releases B.Tech 2020 eligibility criteria

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