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Missed Applying for Engineering Courses? Deadline Extended Until Tomorrow!

CHENNAI: The deadline to apply for government-reserved seats in engineering colleges has been extended until tomorrow, providing a last-minute chance for students who missed the initial cutoff.

So far, 2,49,918 students have applied for admission to government-reserved B.E. and B.Tech seats in Tamil Nadu’s engineering colleges. The application process, which began following the announcement of the 12th-grade general examination results on May 6, has now been extended to accommodate more applicants.

Every year, around 2 lakh seats in B.E. and B.Tech undergraduate engineering courses are filled through a single-window public consultation. This year’s counseling process will be conducted online. Since May 6, students have shown great interest in applying for engineering courses, completing the registration and fee payment processes, and uploading the necessary certificates online.

As of now, 2,49,918 students have registered for the counseling via the Tamil Nadu Directorate of Technical Education’s website, with 2,06,012 of them having paid the application fee. Although the initial deadline for application registration ended on June 6, it has now been extended due to student demand.

The Commissioner of the Directorate of Technical Education announced, “Application registration for engineering college admissions, initially held from May 6 to June 6, saw 2,49,918 applicants. Of these, 2,06,012 have paid the application fee. In response to student requests, the registration deadline for Tamil Nadu Engineering Student Admission has been extended by two more days, until June 10 and 11. Students who have yet to apply can register, pay the fee, and upload their certificates via”

Random numbers will be allotted on June 12, followed by online certificate verification from June 13 to 30. The rank list for engineering counseling will be released on July 10, with the online counseling process for selecting preferred colleges and courses to follow.

Interest in engineering courses has surged this year compared to the last two years, partly due to the mandatory NEET exam for medical courses, prompting more students to opt for engineering.

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