Over 35,000 students from all over the country appeared for Koneru Lakshmaiah University Engineering Entrance Exam (KLUEEE-2015) offline examination held on May 3rd, 2015. The test was conducted in 54 centres in India. Besides, 15,000 students applied for online test and the examination will be conducted on May 16, according to KLU Vice-Chancellor L.S.S. Reddy. Results will be announced on May 25. Top rankers in KLUEEE will be given merit scholarships and tuition fee will waived, based on the rank they secure for pursuing engineering courses, the VC said.
Koneru Lakshmaiah University has announced its admission schedule for the academic year 2015-16. Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation (KLEF) president K. Satyanarayana released the notification for admissions into the university on Monday. The admissions would be made through KLU Engineering Entrance Examination-2015 (KLUEEE-2015). The written test will be conducted on May 2 followed by online examination on May 16. Applications will be available online from November 20 this year and the last date for submitting applications is April 23, 2015, said Mr. Satyanarayana at a press conference here.
KLUEEE written test would be conducted in 40 centres across the country and online test would be held in 26 centres. About 40,000 students were expected to appear for the entrance test, said KLU vice-chancellor L.S.S. Reddy. The KLEF president said that three new courses, Electrical and Computer Engineering and B.Tech (architecture) and five-year integrated law course, would be offered from the next academic year.
Admissions would be made for nine undergraduate, 23 post graduate and four MBA programs. In all, 2,500 B.Tech and about 1,000 PG and Ph.D seats were available in the university. Director (Admissions) P. Srinivas said the written test for research programs in M.Phil, M.Tech and Ph.D programs would be held on December 14 this year.
For more details students could visit university’s website:www.kluniversity.inor contact the telephone numbers: 08645-246948/247031, he said. Ten per cent seats would be allotted to EAMCET rankers and an equal number of seats would be filled with JEE (main) and JEE (advanced) rankers. Rule of reservation would be followed for sports, cultural and specially talented persons.
Written by:ChandanaManabadi Results Updated at: 07:29:00