Answer:Every year before the start of the admission process DTE declares the list of all the institutes participating in CAP admission process, courses offered by them and their choice code.
Answer: VES trust believes in giving chance to meritorious students. Hence, VESIT has surrendered institute quota seats to the Centralized admission process (DTE). 100% admissions are through the Centralized admission process conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra. For more information refer www.dtemaharashtra.gov.in
Answer: College doesn’t have management quota seats.
Answer: We have received approval from AICTE, shortly we are expecting to get approval from DTE, University of Mumbai. One important point, the courses that are approved will only be listed for allotment by DTE.
Sindhi Minority Quota
Sample QuestionWe want to apply under Minority Quota (Sindhi) at your institution. Please confirm when can we get the offline form for Engineering admissions for Computer Engg/IT?
Answer: To be eligible for Sindhi minority quota the candidate should have Sindhi as his/her mother tongue and should have registered as sindhi minority candidate while filling an online application form on DTE website.
Answer:The college has 51% quota for sindhi minority and sindhi minority quota admissions are done through Centralized admission process conducted by Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra. For the vacancies that may arise after the final CAP round, candidates will have to apply online (the link for the same will be made available on the college website). The notification/advertisement will be given in national and sindhi newspapers. The counseling rounds will be conducted based on inter se merit.
Answer: In addition to the documents mentioned in the DTE brochure, the following documents also need to be
sumbitted at the time of ADMISSION:
● Sindhi Minority Affidavit ( on Rs. 100/- stamp paper notarized, format will be available on college website).
● Community Letter stating that the candidate belongs to Sindhi Minority (format will be available on college website).
Answer: Minority Quota Seats:- The stages of computerised allotment are as follows-
Stage–I: The seats under minority quota in the minority institution linguistic or religious) shall be allotted to the respective minority candidates.
Stage–II: If the seats remain vacant, they shall be allotted to the Maharashtra State candidature Candidates.
Stage–III: Further, if the seats remain vacant, they shall be allotted to the All India candidature Candidates.
-Also Refer to DTE Information Brochure.
Answer:VESIT imparts quality education with innovative teaching practices and believes in inculcating value based
education. VESIT helps students to enable them to work in their chosen field with professional bent.VESIT takes care
of the overall development of the students by giving holistic education that enables them to stand on their own feet
with self-confidence and self-respect.
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Answer: The Institute offers Bachelors, Masters and Ph.D. programme affiliated to University of Mumbai.
A.Bachelors of Engineering (B. E)
❏ Electronics Engineering --60
❏ Computer Engineering --180
❏ Instrumentation Engineering --60
❏ Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering --120
❏ Information Technology --120
❏ Artificial Intelligence and Data science --60
Answer:V.E.S.I.T. has hostel facilities for both boys & girls, but limited seats available.
Answer:The hostel seats are alloted on a first come first served basis, after the completion of admission procedure by the student.
Answer:For the fees structure please refer to the website link provided
Please note the payment for the college admission and hostel fee is accepted separately.