AEEE 2020: Application Process is to Conclude in Few Days, Apply Soon
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The application process for the Amrita Entrance Examination Engineering (AEEE) 2020 is to conclude soon by the Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetha. The application form is available in the online mode on the official website i.e. All those candidates who wish to apply for the Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetha engineering entrance examination can fill the application form online. 

The Amrita Entrance Examination Engineering (AEEE) 2020 will be conducted in two phases. The authorities will announce the new exam dates soon through a separate official notification. Those who clear the entrance exams will get admission to the B.Tech programme in the Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetha.

AEEE 2020 New Dates:



Last date to submit the application form

July 15, 2020

Commencement of AEEE 2020 slot booking

to be announced

AEEE 2020

to be announced

Amrita University AEEE 2020: Eligibility Criteria
  • The applicant who wishes to appear for the exam must have secured a minimum of 60 per cent in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics 
  • Individually candidates should not obtain less than 55 per cent in these subjects.
  • Candidates with a three-year diploma in engineering with 60 per cent marks can also apply.

Amrita University AEEE 2020: How to apply?

Step 1: Visit the official website,

Step 2: On the homepage, click on ‘BTech under Admissions’

Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page

Step 4: Fill the application form carefully

Step 5: Upload necessary documents and pay the application fee

Step 6: Cross-check application form and finally submit it

Step 7: Take a print of the application form for further reference.

Amrita University AEEE 2020: Exam pattern

The Amrita Entrance Examination Engineering, AEEE 2020 will be conducted both in online and offline mode. Questions asked in the exam will be in MCQ format. The questions will be divided into three sections — Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The total duration for the exam is three hours and the total numbers of questions asked are 120. Three marks are awarded for each correct answer whereas one mark is deducted for an incorrect one

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