Admission FAQs

About Courses and Eligibility

1. What Are The Different Courses Offered At MIT, Aurangabad?

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2. Are The Courses In The Institutes Approved By The AICTE,New Delhi?

YES, all the Engineering and Technology courses at the Institutes mentioned above are duly approved by the AICTE, New Delhi.

3. Which Are The Affiliation Bodies For The Institutes?

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad as affiliating University for B.Tech., M. Tech., and MBA

4. Am I Eligible To Seek Admission To MIT, Aurangabad?

YES…. If you have any of the following qualifications as of now:
a) If you are an Indian National (candidates with Indian Nationality): Please refer points from 4(i) onwards
b) If you belong to categories like NRI / OCI / FN (candidates NOT having Indian Nationality), (International Students) where
NRI – Non-Resident Indian
OCI – Overseas Citizen of India
FN – Foreign National
then Please refer to point Nos. 35 onwards, of this FAQ

Eligibility Criteria for Admission to the following Courses:

i. First Year of B.Tech. :
Candidate should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education OR its equivalent examination AND secured minimum 50% marks (minimum 45% marks in case of candidates of Backward class categories and Physically Handicapped, belonging only to Maharashtra State) in the subjects Physics and Mathematics as compulsory and any one of optional subjects like Chemistry, Biology, Bio-Technology, or Technical Vocational Subject added together AND Candidate should have a valid MHT-CET OR JEE Score. Admissions will be affected based on marks obtained at M• Admissions will be affected based on marks obtained at MHT-CET. And if the seats remain vacant, then merit based on marks obtained at JEE Mains Paper – I will be considered.HT-CET 2017. And if the seats remain vacant, then merit based on marks obtained at JEE Mains Paper – I will be considered. Diploma holders who have passed the Diploma course in Engineering/Technology with a minimum of 50% marks and medium of instruction as English from the AICTE approved Polytechnics AND should have a valid MHT-CET OR JEE Score. Diploma holders who have passed the Diploma course in Engineering/Technology with a minimum of 50% marks and medium of instruction as English from the AICTE approved Polytechnics are also eligible for Direct Second Year in an appropriate respective branch in case of vacancies arising after Direct Second Year Admissions as per the guidelines of the Competent Authority.

ii. First Year of M.Tech. :
Candidate should have passed Bachelor Degree or equivalent in the relevant field of Engineering/Technology, specified by the concerned University for admission to a particular Post graduate course from an AICTE approved institution, with at least 50 % marks (at least 45% marks in case of candidates of Backward class categories and persons with disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) AND should have obtained valid positive score in GATE.

iii. First Year of MBA :
Candidate should have passed and obtained minimum of 50% marks in aggregate ( 45% in case of candidates of backward class categories and persons with disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) in any Full-Time Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline recognised by the Association of Indian Universities and having studied Mathematics or Statistics as one of the subjects at 10+2 level or higher level examination AND should have obtained positive score in MAH-MBA/MMS-CET or Tests like GMAT, CAT, MAT, ATMA, XAT, CMAT, etc.
For ALL above Courses

It is mandatory for all candidates desirous to seek admission to professional courses to complete the formalities of registrations on the DTE website ( on appropriate portals, verification of Documents at any of the Facilitation Centers (in the state of Maharashtra) and possession of a merit number. This is applicable for admissions under both CAP as well as Institute Level (Management Quota) Rounds.

The eligibility criteria mentioned above are subjected to the guidelines from the respective competent authorities from time to time. Reservation norms will be as per the guidelines of the Competent Authority / State Govt. / DTE / University as applicable.All types of Scholarships are offered to the eligible ones as per the guidelines of the Competent Authority.

Admission Procedure

1. What Is The Actual Procedure For Securing Admission At MIT?

Admissions to various courses in Engineering and Technology are carried out by two main modes, namely, through Central Counseling and direct at Institute level. However, the eligibility criteria in both modes remain the same.
The Central Counseling is conducted by a Competent Authority like the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) / State CET Cell, Mumbai in Maharashtra State. Central Counseling is conducted for 80% of the total seats in each branch (65% seats for candidates from the home state and remaining 15% seats for candidates from all over India, which may include home state candidates also). A notification is issued by the Competent Authority every year announcing its procedure for Central Counseling.
Candidates interested to seek admission under Institute level quota (20% seats in each branch), can follow the steps as below:
a.Contact Dean (Admissions),b.Present all your documents to check eligibility criteria (either personally, through e-mail or by fax) for verifying your qualifications details.c.If you are eligible to seek admission, then you will be informed accordingly.d.You will be required to complete the formalities like registering on the DTE portal against a notification for admission, getting your documents duly verified, and possessing valid DTE Merit Number.e.Your admission will be confirmed subject your merit status, availability of seats and payment of fees as applicable.

2. Whom Should I Contact For Seeking More Details Regarding Admissions?

You can contact the Dean, Admissions for all admission related:
Phone: +91 240 2375 135
Fax: +91 240 2375 275

3. When Can I Approach For Admissions?

You can approach any time throughout the year for seeking admission related information and even for confirming your admissions subject to your eligibility as mentioned in point no. 2, above.
However, admission process begins somewhere in the month of May and normally the new academic year begins in the month of July every year.

4. Can We Meet The Concerned Dept. HOD Before We Take Admission To Understand The Course And Subjects?

Yes. In fact you should. You can surely meet the Head of the Department to understand better about the course details, facilities, department strengths, future opportunities etc. We have excellent qualified, experienced and cooperative as well as friendly Staff who can guide you suitably. You can also interact with faculty and students as well to know about the overall prospects of the courses you wish to undertake.

5.What Are The Cut-Off Merit Scores For Different Branches In The MIT Institutes During Last Year Admission Process?

The Admissions to UG courses in Engineering and Technology in the State of Maharashtra prior to 2016-17 were affected based on “Composite Score” computed taking into consideration 50% weightage of PCM marks obtained at HSC examination and 50 % weightage of JEE/CET score obtained.
However, the admissions from the academic year 2016-17 onwards are based purely on the merit of MHT-CET / JEE Mains Paper – I score / marks.
The cut-off is available for the last year can give enough idea about the trends. The merit number so allotted might be of some help to understand the trend when compared to the merit numbers of previous years, though may not be so accurate.

6. Can I Register For Seeking Admission?

Please find the appropriate link on the home page of the website: for posting your online registration for admission. It is always preferred and recommended to register first and then call on the telephone numbers for more details.

Fee Structure and Scholarships

1.What Is Tentative Fees Structure For The Courses At MIT Institutes For Academic Year 2019-20?

The tentative Fees Structure for academic year 2019-20 as declared by the Govt. Regulating Authority (Fees Regulating Authority) as on date is as below: **

a. For B.Tech., courses (affiliated to Dr. BAMU) – INR. 90,000/-b.For M.Tech., courses (affiliated to Dr. BAMU) – INR. 72,000/-c. For MBA course – INR. 74,000/-
** The above-mentioned figures indicate the Tuition Fees only. The Total Fees will include charges like Refundable Security Deposit, Insurance premium, University / Board Enrollment, Eligibility, Examination fees, etc. as per standard norms.

2. Does The Tuition Fees Remain Same Till The Completion Of The Course?

Normally YES,
However, the guidelines will be followed as prescribed by the concerned authority from time to time.

3. Is It Mandatory To Pay The Tuition Fees In One Installment Only Every Year?

However, it can be paid in 2 (two) equal installments with special permission and subject to norms and conditions laid down by the Management.

4. Am I Eligible For Any Kind Of Scholarship Or Concession In Fees?

YES. You are entitled for scholarship / concession fess depending upon the category / caste of the candidate and subject to the condition that you should have been admitted through CAP rounds only. (CAP= Centralized Admission Process).

5. Am I Supposed To Pay First And Then The Amount Paid Is Returned Back?

In case of students admitted through CAP under the categories like SC, NT, VJ, SBC, OBC and TFWS; the students are not required to make the payment of the amount which is exempted, say for example SC and ST claimant will pay only security deposit and other fees, whereas NT, VJ, SBC and TFWS category students will pay the development fees in addition to security deposit and the other fees at the time of admission.
Students admitted under OBC category and EBC (Economically Backward Category) claimants will have to pay half of the tuition fees, full development fees & security deposit and the other fees at the time of admission.

6. Are There Any Schemes For Students Belonging To Minority Communities?

Yes. The Minority communities identified are Muslim, Christian, Sikh and Jain. Such student who has been admitted through CAP and who belongs to any of the above minority communities and fulfilling the norms can apply for either State or National Minority Scholarship Schemes. However, these students will not get any kind of concession in fees at the time of admission and will have to make full payment of fees.

7. What Are The Formalities That Are Required To Be Carried Out By Students Admitted In Various Categories (As Exihibited In Point 11) To Seek Concession/Exemption In Tution As Applicable?

Yes , It is mandatory for all such students who have taken admission in categories like SC,ST,NT, VJ, SBC and OBC to complete the formalities as below:
i. Register your candidature on the respective website as the case may be, furnishing all details within the given time frame.
ii. Submit the online Form
iii. Take the printout of the completed & submitted application form (online)
iv. Submit the print out of the application form (from the respective website) along with required of documents (Original or Photocopy as the case may be).
v. Confirm Submission of all relevant documents.

8. What Happens If I Fail To Comply As Above (May Be Due To Non-Availability Of Certain Documents)?

Of course, an undertaking will be required to be submitted by the student duly signed by the students & parents in all the above cases. If for any reason, a student fails to comply in the submission of application with required documents; such student will have to pay the full fees as applicable to open category student.

9. Is It Mandatory To Submit All Required Document In Original?

Yes. Your admission is confirmed only when you pay the fees as applicable and deposit all the required documents in original (and few photocopies)

10. Can I Apply For Two Scholarships At A Time Like Say SC/ST/NT/VJ/SBC And Minority; Or OBC And Minority; Or EBC And Minority Or TFWS And Minority?

NO. At any given point of time, you are eligible to apply for any ONE of the scholarship schemes as discussed above. If found violating this, serious action can be initiated against the candidate / student.

11. Can I Seek Loans From Banks For Payment Of Fees?

YES, several Banks offer Education Loans for payment of Tuition Fees as well as Hostel Charges. Expenditure Certificates can be issued by the Institutes is the case you wish to apply for Education Loans. You then approach your Bank and process the same for seeking education loan.

12. Do You Have Facility Or Remitting The Tution Fees Through Net-Banking?

We encourage net-banking for payment of fees. You can find more details on our website:

13. Do You Have Facility Or Remitting The Tution Fees Through Net-Banking?

As per provisions of AICTE, New Delhi, Government of India, certain courses in Engineering and Technology at both UG (Under Graduate) and PG (Post Graduate) levels, have been opened for admission to International Students who are having the status like Non-Resident Indians (NRI), Overseas Citizens of India (OCI), FN (Foreign Nationals) or CIWGC (Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries).

International Admissions

1. Regarding International Admissions:

As per provisions of AICTE, New Delhi, Government of India, certain courses in Engineering and Technology at both UG (Under Graduate) and PG (Post Graduate) levels, have been opened for admission to International Students who are having the status of Non Resident Indians (NRI), Overseas Citizens of India (OCI), and FN (Foreign Nationals).

2. Can I Get Some Clarification On The Different Types Of Candidatures Under International Admissions?

International students have been categorized in different classes for the sake of convenience and as per the provisions in the International rules and regulations. The International Students are basically classified as below:
NRI – Non Resident Indian
OCI – Overseas Citizens of India [or PIO – Persons of Indian Origin]
FN – Foreign Nationals
The definitions of these above categories are as:

◦ NRI : A candidate who is a child / ward of the person who has the NRI status as defined under section 6 of the Income Tax Act 1961. An individual is Non-Resident when he is “not a resident” or who is “not ordinarily resident”.
◦ OCI : without ‘NRI’ status, who holds a foreign passport at the time of sending application ,consideration for admission and during the period of his/her study ,and he/she or anyone /both of his/her parents or anyone/both of his/her grandparents is (or was)/are (or were) citizen(s) of India by virtue of the provisions of the
Constitution of India or Sec. 2(b) of Citizenship Act, 1955 (Act No. 57 of 1955).Page 13 of 14 ◦FN : Candidates having foreign citizenship and holding passport of that Country clearly indicating his citizenship.

These International Students are further identified based on the countries they belong to. For more details, please refer the chart below:

3. What Are The Eligibility Criteria For Admission For International Students?

For B.Tech. courses:
Candidate should have passed the HSC (Std. XII / 10+2) examination or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry (Biotechnology or Biology or Technical Vocational subject can be considered in place of Chemistry)
Should have secured minimum 50 % marks in the subjects Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry added together.

For M.Tech. courses:
Candidate should have passed Bachelor Degree or equivalent in the relevant field of Engineering / Technology, from Govt. approved & University affiliated institutions, with at least 50 % marks.

For MBA course:
Candidate should have passed a full time Bachelor Degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline from Govt. approved institutions & University affiliated, with at least 50 % marks.

4. What Is The Tentative Fees Structure For International Students?

For Candidates under NRI / OCI / FN categories (from SAARC Countries):
Tuition Fees: USD 2,000 pa
Development Fees: INR 5,000 pa
Other Fees: INR 10,000 pa
Security Deposit: INR 25,000 (paid once)
Hostel Lodging charges: INR 55,000 pa
Hostel Mess charges: INR 45,000 pa
Hostel Security Deposit: INR 10,000 (paid once)
(Security Deposit is refundable after completing the course of study)
For Candidates under NRI / OCI / FN categories (from Non-SAARC Countries):
Tuition Fees : USD 3,500 pa
Development Fees: INR 5,000 pali>
Other Fees: INR 10,000 pa
Security Deposit: INR 25,000 (paid once)
Hostel Lodging charges: INR 55,000 pa
Hostel Mess charges: INR 45,000 pa
Hostel Security Deposit: INR 10,000 (paid once)
(Security Deposit is refundable after completing the course of study)

5. What Are The Various Documents Generally Required For International Students Seeking Admission?

SSC marks sheet / Equivalent Examination
HSC marks sheet / Equivalent Examination
Graduation marks sheet / Equivalent Examination (if applicable)
Passing certificate
Migration certificate
School / Institute leaving certificate
Passports copy
Visa copy
Certificate from Indian Embassy mentioning NRI status of the parent (if applicable)
Gap certificate ( if required)
OCI / PIO card (if applicable)
Character Certificate
Relationship Certificate
Nationality Certificate

6. Are There Are Kind Of Scholarships Offered By The Institute For International Students?

Few scholarships are offered by the Institute based on criteria of recommendations by appropriate authorities as well as merit standing of the candidates.

Hostel and Other Facilities

1. Do You Have Hostel Facility?

Separate Hostels for Girls and Boys are available on the Campus.

2. Can I Get Details Of Hostel Charges?


3. Do You Have Mess Facility In The Hostel?

The Hostels have exclusive Mess facilities serving quality food. Both the Hostels (Boys and Girls) are ISO 22000:2005 certified for Food Safety Management System and ISO 9001:2008 certified for Food Quality Management System; a unique specialty of these Hostels.
Mess is mandatory for all students staying in the hostels.

4. Do You Have Sports Facilities On The Campus?

We do have very good facilities for both indoor and outdoor sports on the campus. Many of our students have excelled in various games and have bagged prizes / medals at University, State as well as National level competitions.

5. Do You Provide Sufficient Books From The College Library?

MIT boasts of a very rich Library. Library is located in a separate building having a stock of more than 1 lakh books, 1000 journals, online books, and references. It also has a very good collection of periodicals, magazines, and a digital library. It is open almost for 24 x 7 during preparation and examination periods.
MIT Library has an exclusive provision for e-brary with 100 nodes (computers) on high speed internet connectivity to access e-learning material.

6. How Is The Ambience On The Campus ?

Highly charged with academics, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. All the buildings are eco-friendly with lush gardens, tress, pathways and spacious parking area. We believe being self sufficient and green.
Entire waste water is re-cycled and used for green vegetation.
Building roof tops are fitted with Solar Panels generating more than 200 kva electric power daily. This is the first Institute campus to generate electric power of this magnitude. Research is always encouraged at all levels. Hence, special learning centers known as Centers of Excellence are commissioned in collaboration with Industrial organizations worth more than 5 crores in the areas of Material Sciences, Computer Aided Engineering, Computer Aided Manufacturing, Green Fuel, Automation, Mechatronics, and Instrumentation.
Special fund is allocated for encouraging Innovations amongst the young talents. To bring awareness about social obligations and discipline, students units like NSS and NCC are quite active.
Institutes organize an extravaganza mega annual social gathering every year giving scope and a platform to young talents to showcase it.
A number of technical events are organized by the student and for the students like symposia, workshops, conferences, guest lectures, technical fares, and various competitions throughout the year.
These opportunities are provided to students to transform them into a wholesome citizen of India first and an Engineer next.
Overall a lovely and adorable ambience on the Campus.
Yes, this can be an ideal Institute for you. …

How to Reach MIT and About Aurangabad

1. How Far Is The Institute Campus From The City Of Aurangabad?

The Campus is a part of the city of Aurangabad, the main city center is approximately 4 km away from the campus.

2. Can I Know More About Aurangabad City?

Aurangabad is a world famous city for its rich heritage of Ajanta and Ellora. It is one of the fastest growing cities in the state of Maharashtra, having a strong industrial belt around the city. Automobile giants like Bajaj, Greaves, and Skoda have their manufacturing centers in the vicinity of Aurangabad. For more details please visit and to know about industrial scenario in Aurangabad.
Aurangabad has beautiful weather throughout the year, summers are slightly hot. Good shopping malls and good cinema theaters are available in the city. Please visit,_Maharashtra for more details about the city.

3. How Is The Connectivity To The City Of Aurangabad?

Aurangabad is well connected by:
i. Roads
National Highway 211 passes through the city. Very good direct connectivity with Pune (4½ hrs), Mumbai (7 hrs), Sholapur (5 hrs), Dhulia (3 hrs), Jalna (1 hr), Shirdi (3 hrs), Beed (2½ hrs), Jalgaon (3 hrs), Nagpur (8 hrs), etc. (figures in the bracket indicate approximate travel time in hours)
ii. Railways

Direct trains ply from Aurangabad to prominent cities like New Delhi, Amritsar, Bhopal, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Nanded, Parbhani, Shirdi, Kakinada, Visakhapatnam, Narsapur, Manmad, etc. Main railway junction at Manmad, approximately 120 km (takes around two and half hours) away from Aurangabad, serves as an important point to connect major cities in India like Kolkata, Patna, Ranchi, Gauhati, Lucknow, Kanpur, Bhubaneshwar, Itanagar, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Jammu, Shimla, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Chennai, Coimbatore, etc.iii. AirDirect daily flights to Mumbai and New DelhiOther important cities in India via either Mumbai or New Delhi.The direct daily flight to HyderabadConnecting flights via Hyderabad to Bangalore, Chennai and Tirupati.

Academics and Placements

1. What Is The Pattern Of Academics And Holidays In An Academic Year?

The academic year normally has two terms, sessions or semesters. The academic year begins by June/July and ends by April every year. Term or Semester examinations are conducted at the end of each semester. Usually, the first term concludes by October / November followed by examinations (both theory and practical); and the second term starts by mid January.
There are two major academic breaks during an academic year, each after every semester. The break post odd semester is shorter whereas break post even semester is a little longer, say a month or so.
Often, we motivate students of higher classes to undergo industrial training during the longer break.

2. Do You Arrange Industrial Tours?

It is a regular feature on the campus. The Institutes have their own buses for conducting industrial tours. In fact we encourage such tours often as huge number of industries are located in and around Aurangabad.
There is a strong and active Institute – Industry – Interaction cell seeking avenues for collaborative activities in the form of projects.

3. How Are The Campus Placements?

There exist an exclusive Training and Placement Cell continuously engaged in the training and placement activities round the year. Quite a good number of companies carry out campus placements.
Some of the recruiters visiting regularly include:
Infosys, Cognizant, Endress+Houser, Siemens, L&T Infotech, Persistent Systems, Tech Mahendra, Lombardini, Kelvolt, KPIT, Jindal Poly films, Patni Computers, Syntel, i-Flex, Mphasis, Videocon, John Deere, Seed Infotech, Varroc, Expert Global Solutions, and so on.
Please visit the link on our website: for more details.