BTech Admission in
Manipal Institute of
Technology (MIT) B.Tech Lateral Entry Course 2013-2014
Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) has come to be known as
the preferred destination of aspirants of engineering degree
with an edge. Since 1957, the MIT has given the world many a
sharp and intelligent engineers. What with an accreditation with
the ISO9001 and 14001, MIT has become a center with great
technological potential in the field of higher technical
education. Speaking of facilities, the Wi Fi enabled institute
is armed with state-of-the-art engineering workshops, a
constantly updated library, an Innovation center for industry
training and a host of other welding and soldering portals that
make learning a truly enriching experience.
Continuing in its modernistic approach towards technical
education, the institute also offers what is known as the
Lateral Entry B.Tech program that is especially designed for
engineering diploma students. Students who are an engineering
diploma holder but desirous of acquiring an engineering degree
can easily enroll at MIT and make their dream come true.
For the B.Tech Lateral Entry Course admission the candidate
should have either done a 3 years Diploma in engineering or
should hold a B.Sc degree with Mathematics as one of the
subjects and have secured not less than 60% marks in aggregate
in the final year. For all the educational degrees the institute
or the educational board awarding them should be a recognized
body by the state or central board or the Directorate of
Technical Education in case of Diploma holders. Candidates from
reserved category are entitled to relaxation in their qualifying
marks as per the rules.
MIT conducts an All-India Manipal University Online Entrance.
The admissions are done on the basis of rank a candidate secures
in this exam. The syllabus for the exam is based on the 10+2
level and covers the subjects of Mathematics, Physics and
Chemistry. The questions are objective type and are modeled on
the pattern of CET conducted for engineering entrance exams.