VITEEE 2018 Application Form online submission has been started. Candidates can apply online for VITEEE exam till 15th March 2018. Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Examination is an entrance exam for engineering conducted at national level. This examination will be organized by VIT University in April 2018. The candidates who’ll be selected or qualify this examination will be eligible for admission into VIT Vellore and Chennai Campuses. A huge no. of seats are available in the engineering field. This exam will be conducted in total 118 cities across India. All the necessary details about this exam like VITEEE Application Form 2018, Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Exam Date, Eligibility, Educational Qualification, Admit Card, Result, etc. are mentioned below. So have a look at the given details.
Latest Updates: - The VITEEE 2018 Online Application Form submission started from 1st November and it will be closed on 15th March 2018. Candidates are able to edit the online application form till 28th February 2018. An examination will be held from 4th to 15th April 2018.
About VIT: VIT University or Vellore Institute of Technology formerly used to be called Vellore Engineering College, is a private university in Tamil Nadu. VIT admits students on the basis of the merit list through an online entrance exam. Every year VITEEE or Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Examination is conducted in the month of April and May. Over two lakhs student appear for this examination and the level of VITEEE Examination Paper is quite easy as compared to JEE Mains and JEE Advance.
Every year thousands of students appear for this examination all over the country. It is projected that around 1 lakh students will sit for this examination and after pruning and selection process of the first stage 5000 students will be selected and will be allotted admission to B.Tech seats in Vellore and Chennai Campuses of VIT. This will surely be a great opportunity for all the candidates who want to pursue their Bachelor’s in Engineering. Still, it is a tentative figure and might vary according to the university norms.