TNEA Counselling 2019: Counselling Process commences today, Check details here

Source: jagranjosh.com

TNEA Counselling 2019: TNEA 2019 counselling process has commenced today. The counselling process for Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions (TNEA) 2019 will be conducted in the online mode. Candidates seeking admission in Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Technology courses in government/government-aided colleges, university departments and constituent colleges of Anna University, Annamalai University and other state-based colleges are eligible to participate in the counselling process. The schedule for the same has been released on the official websites, tneaonline.in or tndte.gov.in.

TNEA counselling 2019 will first begin for the PwD category candidates on 25th June, 2019. The counselling will be held through two sessions β€” morning (from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm) and afternoon (1:30 to 4:30 pm). The first session will be held for candidates from rank 1-80 and second session will be for rank holders 81-138 under the respective categories. Counselling for vocational streams will also begin on 26th June, 2019 and conclude on 28th June, 2019. The venue for TNEA counselling 2019 will be held at Central Polytechnic College, Taramani, Chennai. The wards of ex-servicemen are required to appear on 26th June, 2019 for counselling while that for sportspersons on 27th June, 2019.  As many as seven counselling sessions will be conducted each day – beginning from 9:30 am and ending at 5:30 pm.

TNEA Counselling 2019 – List of Documents Required

Candidates need to carry these documents along with them to their TNEA 2019 counselling venue –

  • Class 10 mark sheet
  • Class 12 mark sheets (or equivalent)
  • Class 12 admit card
  • Transfer certificate
  • Caste certificate
  • Nativity certificate
  • First graduate or first graduate joint declaration certificate
  • Reservation certificate, as applicable

The candidates will be put into several groups based on their rank and each group of applicants will be allowed to participate in the TNEA 2019 counselling according to their turn. After the final allotment, the candidates will be required to report to the respective college for admission on or before the last date specified in the provisional allotment order. The candidates will be required to submit the remaining fee (deducting the initial deposit paid to TNEA) at the time of admission in the college. The TNEA counselling 2019 process is being conducted for around 2.49 lakh seats in 502 colleges in the state. The seats in the engineering colleges will be allotted on the basis of merit.