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NIT invites applications for CCMT for M Tech M Arch M Plan Admission 2015

Updated on Mon, 18 May 2015 at 13:22 IST
NIT invites applications for CCMT for M Tech M Arch M Plan Admission 2015

Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur invites applications for admissions to M.Tech, M.Arch and M.Plan for the academic year 2015 - 16.

M.Tech, M.Arch and M.Plan is conducted by Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur.

Centralized Counselling for M.Tech/M.Arch/M.Plan admissions (CCMT) 2015 is an on-line admission process for National Institutes of Technologies (NITs) and several other centrally funded institutes viz. IIITM Gwalior, PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur, SLIET Longowal, NIFFT Ranchi, SPA Vijayawada, IIIT Allahabad, and Central University of Rajasthan These are the premier institutions of the country, under the aegis of Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, for imparting world class technical education As decided by the Core Committee, Counselling for centralized admission to postgraduate programs in all these institutes will be starting from 4th week of April 2015

M.Tech, M.Arch and M.Plan Eligibility Criteria:

Interested candidates should fulfill following eligibility criteria:

=> Eligibility Criteria to M.Tech/M.Arch/M.Plan admission will be 6.5 CGPA (on a 10 Point Scale) or 60% for OC/OB whereas 6.0 CGPA (on a 10 point scale) or 55% in case of SC/ST/PWD candidates in the qualifying degree; however, for IIEST, Shibpur, the eligibility criteria for all programs is minimum 7.25 CGPA (on a 10 Point Scale) or 65% for OC/OB candidates and 6.75 CGPA (on a 10-point scale) or 60% for SC/ST/PWD candidates, in aggregate

=> In case, result of qualifying degree is awaited, provisional admission is permitted to a student subject to meeting above minimum academic requirements latest by 15th Sept.-2015

=> In these cases, all exams should have been completed by 15th July 2015 and B.Tech/ M.Sc/MCA results should have been declared with no backlog papers and 60% marks/6.5 CGPA till pre-final semester

=> A certificate to that effect and Mark sheet/Grade card till pre-final semester should be submitted at the Reporting Centre during document verification

=> Conversion from CGPA to percentage or vice versa given by individual institute will not be considered/allowed

Application Procedure for M.Tech, M.Arch and M.Plan:

Candidates are advised to refer to official notifications /documents for detailed application procedure. published details for informational purpose.

Online Application form can be downloaded from official website of M.Tech, M.Arch and M.Plan:

Fee Details:

Registration Fees : for CCMT 2015 is Rs.2000/- (OC/OB) and Rs.1500/- (for SC/ST), which is neither refundable nor adjustable towards any fee

The admission cancellation fee will be Rs.1000/-

M.Tech, M.Arch and M.Plan Important Dates:

M.Tech, M.Arch and M.Plan Important dates section aims to list all important dates such as date of availability of form, last submission date, result date, counselling date, etc.

  • Online registration starts: 15th Apr 2015
  • Last Date of Submission of Application Form: 20th May 2015 (09.00 PM)

Contact Details

For more details please contact
National Institute of Technology, Jaipur
(Organizing Institute),
National Institute of Technology,

Phone: 2529064,

Email: [email protected],


Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur
The college was established in 1963 with the name as Malaviya Regional Engineering College, Jaipur as a joint venture of the Government of India and the Government of Rajasthan, Subsequently; on June 26, 2002 the college has been given the status of National Institute of Technology and on 15 August 2007, Proclaimed Institute of National Importance through Act of Parliament. The Institute is fully funded by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India. More than 12,000 students have already been graduated since its establishment. Cut Off

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