Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) Entrance Exams


Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) - Information



Vellore Institute of Technology conducts entrance exams for admissions to B.Tech. programmes. The VIT is the first institution in India that has international accreditations for its programmes. The questions paper of the entrance exam contains three categories that include Physics, Chemistry and either Mathematics or Biology. There are various disciplines that students can choose. The exams centres are across 112 cities all over India.

Eligibility criteria



A candidate should have completed Class 12th examination conducted by the respective state board or the CBSE or the Indian School Certificate Examination (ICSE). The school should be recognised by the education board. Candidate should score at least 60% marks in aggregate in subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Biology in the qualifying examination. For PCM or PCB, the requisite percentage is 50% for the SC and ST categories. The candidate should be of 18 years of age. Candidates who are born on or after 1 July 1993 are eligible for the VITEEE 2015.

Important dates



The last date for issuing of application forms is 27 February 2015. The entrance examination will be held from 8-19 April 2015. The results will be declared on 30 April 2015.

Application procedure for VITEEE



Candidates can obtain the application form via post for Rs. 990 or can fill-in the online application with a payment of Rs. 940 via demand draft. The form should contain the details like the name, the field of the entrance exam and the address.

Institutes accepting VITEEE scores are:


  1. VIT School of Biosciences and Technology
  2. VIT School of Computing Sciences and Engineering
  3. VIT School of Electrical Engineering
  4. VIT School of Electronics Engineering
  5. VIT School of Information Technology and Engineering
  6. VIT School of Mechanical and Building Sciences.

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