The Documents that shoyld be enclosed with the application for TNEA 2010 is mentioned the cetificates and xerox copies needed are mentioned below.
Students/Parents dont forget to carry the following documents while going to TNEA admissions 2010.
INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS TO
The following documents should be enclosed with the application:
1. Filled-in Coding Sheet
2. Attested Xerox Copy of HSC / Equivalent Mark Sheet
3. Attested Xerox Copy of Transfer Certificate
4. Attested Xerox Copy of 10th Mark Sheet
5. Attested Xerox Copy of Permanent Community Certificate Card (if applicable)
6. Attested Xerox Copy of Nativity Certificate (if applicable)
7. Xerox Copy of H. Sc. Hall Ticket
8. Attested xerox copy of first graduate certificate (if applicable)
9. Special Reservation Form (s) with DD and Relevant Certificate (s) if applicable
10. Self addressed Stamped Envelope (s)
Last Date for Submission of filled-in application
The filled-in application along with enclosures should be sent to:
Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions
Anna University Chennai
Chennai – 600 025
TAMILNADU ENGINEERING ADMISSIONS, 2010
ADMISSIONS TO THE FIRST YEAR B. E. / B. TECH. DEGREE COURSES
Information and Instructions to CandidatesCommon application form to seek admission to University Departments of Anna Universities, Government and
Government Aided Engineering Colleges and for the seats surrendered by the Self – Financing Engineering Colleges,
under the Unified Single Window Admission System for Indian Nationals.
1. Application Number printed in the coding sheet is the Registration Number of the Engineering
Admission 2010, hence you have to write this number in all the enclosures.
2. ALLOCATION OF SEATS IN COLLEGES
2.1 (a) Seats in B.E. & B. Tech. Degree Courses in the University Departments and University Colleges
of Anna Universities.
2.1 (b) Seats in B.E. Degree Courses in Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering (Tamil Medium)
in the University Departments and University Colleges of Anna Universities.
2.2 Seats in B.E. & B. Tech. Degree Courses in Engineering Colleges coming under the purview of the
Directorate of Technical Education (DOTE), Tamil Nadu.
a) Category I
(i) Seats in Govt. Engineering Colleges
(ii) Seats in Aided courses in Govt. Aided Engineering Colleges
(iii) Seats in Central Electro Chemical Research Institute (CECRI), Karaikudi
b) Category II
(i) Seats in Self Supporting courses in Govt. Aided Engineering Colleges
(ii) Seats surrendered by the Self Financing Engineering Colleges
2.3 A candidate needs to submit only one application for all the courses mentioned above irrespective of the
category. Candidates seeking admission under special reservation should also enclose a Special Reservation form for
each special reservation category along with the main application as per instructions given in Para 5.1 on
Page No. 5 & 6.
2.4 Duration of the Programme
B.E. / B. Tech. 4 Academic years comprising of 8 semesters
B.E. (Sandwich) 5 Academic years comprising of 10 semesters
3. ELIGIBILITY RULESGeneral
Candidates satisfying the following eligibility rules as on last date of submission of application are eligible to apply.
Passing the qualifying examination after this date shall not be considered.
Candidates belonging to Tamil Nadu only will be considered for admission. However, the following categories of
candidates are also eligible to apply as Tamil Nadu candidate subject to certain conditions:
(A) Candidates belonging to Tamil Nadu
i) Tamil Nadu Native candidates who have studied VIII, IX, X, XI & XII Std. in Tamil Nadu, need not enclose the
ii) In case they have passed any of the VIII, IX, X, XI & XII Std. or their equivalent Examination from schools
situated outside Tamil Nadu, should enclose a copy of the “Nativity Certificate” (vide certificate No. I on Page
No. 18) with the application for considering them as candidates belonging to Tamil Nadu.
iii) Applications without proper Nativity Certificate for item 3.1 (A) (ii) will not be considered.
(B) Candidates belonging to Other State (eligible for Open Competition only)
i) Other State candidates who have studied VIII, IX, X, XI & XII Std. in Tamil Nadu, need not enclose the
ii) Children of Central Government Employees otherwise not domicile of Tamil Nadu may also apply for admission,
irrespective of their domicile, provided their parents or guardians (only if both parents are not alive) have been
serving in Tamil Nadu continuously for the past FIVE YEARS at the time of submission of application which
should be supported by enclosing a certificate from the employer of the parent or guardian, to that effect.
iii) Sons and daughters of All India Service Tamil Nadu cadre Officers otherwise not native of Tamil Nadu are
iv) Children of Employees in Public Sector or Government recognised Institutions who at the time of submission of
application for admission employed in Tamil Nadu continuously for the past five years may also apply,
irrespective of their domicile, provided a certificate from the employer is enclosed along with the application
that the person is a Permanent Employee of the Firm or Institution concerned with evidence like Income Tax
return, PF Slip, etc. and is working in Tamil Nadu continuously for the past FIVE YEARS.
v) Applications without proper Employer Certificate or without Nativity Certificate for the categories (ii), (iii) and
(iv) mentioned above will not be considered.
vi) Categories (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv) are eligible for Open Competition only.
3.2 Foreign Nationals are not eligible.
3.3 Separate applications will be called for, for Other State Quota for the seats reserved in the
University Departments of Anna University Chennai.
3.4 Qualifying Examinations and Eligibility
A pass in the HSC (Academic) or its equivalent with a minimum average percentage in the relevant subjects as
prescribed in item No. 3.5.
A pass in any one of the following HSC (Vocational Stream) with any ONE of the related subjects namely Mathematics,
Physics or Chemistry with a minimum average percentage in the relevant subjects as prescribed in item No. 3.5.
Vocational Subjects prescribed for B.E. / B. Tech. Degree Admission
Code Name of the Vocational Courses
706 Farm Machines and Post Harvest Technology
747 Building Maintenance
748 Domestic Electronic Equipment
750 Textile Technology
753 Auto Mechanic
764 Business Machines and Computer Programming
772 Draughtsman (Civil)
773 Electrical Domestic Appliance, Repairs and Maintenance
774 Electrical Motor Rewinding
775 / 799 General Machinist
776 Maintenance & Servicing of Textile Machinery
777 Electrical Motor Rewinding
778 Repair and Maintenance of Refrigeration and Air conditioning Equipment
782 Letter Press Printing
791 Printing Technology
796 Composing and Printing Technology
797 / 749 Radio and Television Maintenance and Repair
Any other equivalent qualification with relevant subjects approved by the Higher Secondary Board of Tamil Nadu.
3.5 Minimum Eligibility Marks as per G.O. (st) No. 263 HE (J2) Dept. dt: 30.06.2008
A. CANDIDATES OF HSC (Academic) AND OTHER EQUIVALENT EXAMINATIONS
No. Community Minimum average marks in Mathematics,
Physics and Chemistry put together
1. General Category 55.00%
2. Backward Class including
Backward Class Muslim 50.00%
3. MBC & DNC 45.00%
4. SC/SCA/ST Mere pass
B. CANDIDATES OF HSC (Vocational)
Minimum average marks in Related
Subjects, Vocational Theory and Practicals
1. General Category 55.00%
2. Backward Class including
Backward Class Muslim 50.00%
3. MBC & DNC 45.00%
4. SC/SCA/ST Mere pass
Note: When the candidates produce grade certificates, they have to produce the actual marks also otherwise only the
minimum marks applicable to the grades in the eligible subjects (Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry) will be taken
Improvement marks: As per the G.O. Ms. No. 184 HE (J2) Dept. dt: 09.06.2005 and G.O. (st) No. 143 HE (J2)
Dept. dt: 06.05.2008 improvement marks obtained by the candidates including Other State candidates from 2006
onwards will not be considered.
3.6 Special Note for Marine Engineering Branch
The Director General of Shipping, Ministry of Shipping, Government of India, vide Notification No. II. TR (21) 97
dated: 3 .10. 2002 have issued notification that, for Marine Engineering Degree Programme, the candidate should
pass in 10+2 or equivalent examination with Physics (P), Chemistry (C), Mathematics (M) and English as a separate
subject with a PCM average of not less than 60% for all communities. Further a minimum of 50% in English either at
10th or at 12th standard is required.
(i) Maximum age limit 25 years.
(ii) Minimum Height 157 cm.
(iii) Minimum Weight 48 Kg.
(iv) Normal Colour vision
(v) Before selecting the course, the candidate should ensure that they are medically fit for the course.
The candidates will be admitted only on production of physical fitness certificate obtained from the Medical Officer
authorised by the Director General of Shipping failing which they will lose the admission.
3.7 Special Note for Mining Engineering Branch
Only Male Candidates are eligible.4
4. ALLOCATION OF SEATS
4.1. Selection shall be made under seven categories namely OC, BC, BCM (BC Muslim), MBC & DNC, SC,
SCA and ST reservations following the rules of reservation of the Government of Tamil Nadu as follows:
69% Rule of Reservation
Open Competition 31.00%
Backward Class 26.50%
Backward Class Muslim 3.50%
Most Backward Class & Denotified Communities 20.00%
Scheduled Caste *15.00%
Scheduled Caste (Arunthathiyars) *3.00%
Scheduled Tribes 1.00%* As per Tamil Nadu Government Gazette Extraordinary No. 134 dt: 29.05.2009 and G.O. (Ms) No. 50 Adi Dravidar
and Tribal Welfare (TD2) Department dt: 29.04.2009.
Tamil Nadu native candidates alone will be considered for communal reservations. The list of communities eligible to
compete against the reserved quota is appended (Annexure – I on Pages 25 – 31).
4.2. Candidates seeking admission against ST/ SC / SCA / MBC & DNC / BC / BCM (BC Muslim) quota should obtain
the certificates of social status issued by the competent authority in the prescribed Permanent Community Card
in Tamil Nadu and enclose an attested xerox copy of the same along with the application.
(a) The applicants from Tamil Nadu State should have a valid permanent community certificate in the card format
issued by the competent authority (for ST/SC/MBC & DNC and BC in the format prescribed by the Government of
Tamil Nadu in G.O. Ms. No. 781 (Revenue Department) dated: 02.05.1988. This is applicable for BCM (BC Muslim)
also. In the case of ST candidates, the community certificate should have been issued by the Revenue Divisional
Officer / P.A. (General) to the Collector of Chennai / Sub-Collector of the District concerned (except Chennai) vide
Govt. Lr. No. 32061/ADWII/89-2, dt: 27.12.1989 and Lr. No. 21424/ADWII/94-4, dt: 15.11.1994 from the Secretary
to Government, Adi Dravidar and Tribal Welfare Department, Chennai – 600 009. The Permanent Community
Certificate Card issued to ST candidates by Tahsildars upto 11.11.1989 only is valid.
(b) Community Certificate obtained from other states will not be considered for communal reservation.
(c) For communities linked with Districts (See Annexure-l) the candidates should obtain their community certificate in
the respective districts except the communities mentioned in the G.O. (st) No. 95 BC, MBC & Minorities Welfare
Department dt: 28.10.2009. Community certificate obtained from other than the respective district will not be
(d) If a candidate belongs to any one of Code No. 1 to 6 in item No. 9 in the application he/she should furnish an
attested xerox copy of Permanent Community Card Certificate. Candidates who have not furnished an attested
xerox copy of the Permanent Community Card Certificate at the time of submission of the application
will be treated as belonging to “General Category” (OC).
The candidate is further informed that in the event of such a decision, the eligibility conditions & rules prescribed for
General Category will be applicable for such candidates and if such candidates do not satisfy the rules of ‘General
Category’ (OC), their applications are liable to be rejected. No correspondence in this connection will be entertained.
(e) ST / SC / SCA / MBC & DNC / BC / BCM (BC Muslim) candidates are eligible for selection under Open
Competition in addition to the reservations made for them.
(f) The community recorded in the certificate of Tamil Nadu native candidate should figure in the list of communities
approved by the Government of Tamil Nadu (Annexure – I on Page No. 25 – 31).
5. Special Reservation
5.1 Special Categories
Since the special reservation categories are being processed by separate committees, candidates are instructed to
enclose separate special reservation form along with the main application. They should also enclose a DD for
Rs.100/- for each special reservation along with appropriate certificates. For Differently Abled Persons in addition
to the above they have to enclose an additional self addressed envelope for sending the Differently Abled Persons
Counselling Call Letter. If appropriate certificates or supporting documents for special reservation claim are not
enclosed with the Special reservation form then their claim under such categories will not be considered.
Candidates seeking admission against the special reservation of seats under Item No. 21, Code No.1 mentioned below
for Eminent Sports Person should submit the main application, the special reservation form for Sports and a
Demand draft for Rs.100/- and copies of the relevant certificates in person to the Secretary TNEA as per
Annexure II which also contains the selection procedure. They have to enclose an additional self addressed
envelope for sending the Special Reservation Counselling Call Letter.
Candidates belonging to Tamil Nadu Native only will be eligible for Special reservations.
Quota for Special Categories
Item Number of Seats
No. (as in
DOTE AU1 Sons / Daughters of Ex-servicemen (Certificate No. II)* 142 8
2 Sons / Daughters of Freedom Fighters (Certificate No. III)** 10 Nil
Differently Abled Persons**
3. Orthopaedically Differently Abled Persons (Certificate No. IV) 1% #
4. Hearing Impaired (Certificate No. V) 1% #
5. Visually Impaired (Certificate No. VI) 1% #
21 1 Eminent Sports person as per Annexure II* 88 12
# 1% of total seats under Single Window System
* G.O. (st) No. 145 HE (J1) Dept. dt: 16.05.2008.
** G.O. (Ms) No. 198 HE (J1) Dept. dt: 30.05.2003.
(i) Candidates claiming admission against the reservation of seats under Item No. 20, Code No.1 should enclose the
certificate in the format (Certificate No. II on Page No. 19) given in the information and instructions to candidates
from an officer of the Department of Ex-servicemen’s Welfare of Tamil Nadu not below the rank of Assistant Director
of Ex-servicemen’s Welfare of the district of which the dependent is a native. Candidates called for counselling should
produce ID cards of their parents.
(ii) Candidates claiming admission against the reservation under Item No.20, Code No.2 should enclose the
certificate as per format given in Certificate No. III on Page No. 20. In addition, they should also enclose a copy of
the Jail Extracts or in its absence, Co-prisoner’s Certificate or certificate from Ex-Chief Minister or Ex-Minister or Exmember
of Legislature or Ex-member of Parliament as evidence that the Parent of the candidate is a Freedom Fighter
suffered imprisonment for a period not less than one month subject to verification wherever it is found necessary.
(iii) Candidates seeking admission against the reservation [Item No.20, Code No.3, 4 and 5] set apart for
orthopaedically Differently Abled Persons / Hearing impaired (Deaf) / Visually Impaired should produce the certificate
from the Medical Board of the District concerned certifying the nature and extent of disability in percentage
and with regard to his/her suitability for admission to Engineering Colleges specifically mentioned below and in the
format appended to this application (Certificate No. IV/V/VI) respectively. Certificates obtained from an individual
Doctor will not be considered.
(iv) Candidates seeking admission against the seats under the Special reservation categories (Item 20 & 21)
should also satisfy the eligibility rules mentioned in item No. 3. The candidates are also eligible for admission
under general category.
5.2. Eligibility criteria for various disabilities
a. Norms for Orthopaedic Disability
Candidates with permanent physical impairment of 40% and above are considered as disabled. The candidates with
orthopaedic disability of the following types are eligible for claiming Engineering Admission against Differently Abled
Persons category (Certificate No. IV on Page No. 21)
(i) Independent in ambulance with or without calipers but without walking aids.
(ii) Good Standing Balance without calipers but without any support.
(iii) Hand Function with normal limit without any aid
(iv) Good control over bladder & bowel
(v) Disease must be non progressive
b. Norms for Hearing Disability
Candidates with hearing ability of 40 db and above only in the better ear with speech discrimination score of 50% and
above are considered disabled and hence eligible for claiming Engineering Admissions against Differently Abled
Persons category (Certificate No. V on Page No. 22).
c. Norms for Vision Impairment
Candidates with low vision of 40% and above are considered as disabled, and hence eligible for claiming Engineering
Admission against Differently Abled Persons category (Certificate No. VI on Page No. 23).
Low Vision: Person with low vision means a person with impairment of vision of less than 6/18 to 6/60 with best
correction in the better eye or impairment of field in any one of the following categories:
a) Reduction of fields less than 50 degrees
b) Heminaopia with macular involvement
c) Attitudinal defect involving lower fields categories of Visual Disability all with correction
Category Better eye Worse eye %age
Category O 6/9 – 6/18 6/24 to 6/36 20%
Category I 6/16 – 6/36 6/20 to Nil 40%
Category II 6/40 – 4/60 or field of vision 10º – 20º 3/60 to Nil 75%
Category III 3/60 to 1/60 or field of vision 10º F.C at 1 ft. to Nil 100%
Category IV F.C at 1 ft. to Nil or field of vision 10º F.C at 1 ft. to Nil 100%
One eyed persons * 6/6 F.C at 1 ft. to Nil or field of vision 10º 30%
Note: F.C. means Finger Count
* ONE EYED persons with normal vision are not considered as disabled.
6. MODE OF SELECTION
(a) (i) ADMISSION TO GENERAL CATEGORY
The selection of candidates will be on the basis of the marks obtained in the prescribed subjects in the qualifying
The academic marks in the prescribed subjects will be reduced to 200. (Mathematics 100, Physics + Chemistry =100)
which will be considered for Ranking.
(ii) Normalisation of Marks and Inter-se Merit
Tamil Nadu Acts No.3 of 2007, dt: 05.03.2007 and G.O. (Ms) No.77 HE (J2) Dept, dt: 05.04.2007, the marks obtained
by the students in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by various Boards or Authority shall
be equated with the marks obtained by the students in the same subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by
the State Board of Tamil Nadu by adopting the method of normalisation.
(e.g.) if the highest marks secured by the student of State Board of Tamil Nadu in Physics is 100 and the highest
marks secured by a student of any other Board in the same subject is 90 both the highest marks will be considered to
be equal to 100. If a student of the other Board secures 60 marks in Physics when the first mark in Physics in the
same Board is 90, 60 marks will be considered to be equal to 66.66 marks as arrived below.
100 x 60 = 66.66%
After normalisation of marks in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by different Boards, the
qualified students shall be merged into a common merit list.
A merit list will be prepared based on the total marks of 200. In cases where more than one candidate have got the
same marks in the common merit list, the inter-se merit among such candidates shall be determined in the order of
priority as specified below.
(1) Percentage of marks in Mathematics, (2) Percentage of marks in Physics, (3) Percentage of marks in the fourth
optional subject, (4) Date of Birth (elder will be given preference) and (5) Random number assigned (higher value will
be given preference).
The overall rank and Communitywise rank lists will be published in the website of Anna University Chennai
http://www.annauniv.edu/tnea2010. No separate announcement will be made in the Newspapers. The candidates will
also be informed of their rank individually by post through the counselling Call Letter. The college and the branch will
be provisionally allotted only through counselling.
(iii) Admission to Special Reservation Categories
Candidates who are applying for the special reservation categories of seats under item 20 & 21 of (Refer section 5.2)
should satisfy the rules stipulated for admission. Allocation of these Special Reservation seats will be followed as per
Selection for item 20 will be based on the ranking as given in 6(a) (i) and (ii).
Selection for item 21 will be based on the total marks obtained for achievements in Sports as per Annexure II.
If enough candidates are not available under any of the special reservation, the vacancies will be reverted to the
general quota in the respective communities.
(b) ADMISSION OF VOCATIONAL STREAM CANDIDATES
100 Seats in Category I and 4% of seats coming under Single Window System in Category II have been set apart vide
G.O. (Ms.) No. 290 HE (J2) Dept. dt: 21.08.2007 for the HSC (vocational stream) candidates. The academic marks in
the prescribed subjects will be reduced to 200 (Related subject 100 marks, vocational subject including theory and
practical 100 marks). No seats are reserved in University Departments of Anna Universities. Selection will be made
following the Communal reservations. There is a separate ranking and counselling for vocational candidates.
Out of 3% of Vocational seats in Category I and II the reservation for Differently Abled Persons candidates is 1% for
Orthopaedically Differently Abled Persons, 1% for Hearing Impaired and 1% for Visually Impairment.
(c) ADMISSION TO SANDWICH COURSES
Sandwich courses in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Production Engineering are
offered at PSG College of Technology under self-financing scheme. The duration of the course is 5 Years. It
comprises of practical training in the mornings and class work in the evenings. There will be an additional fee
payable towards the practical training and it will be intimated by the Principal of the college at the time of admission.
7. COUNSELLING OF CANDIDATES
7.1 Candidates will be called for counselling in the order of their merit. Based on the merit and communal reservation,
allotment of the branch/college chosen by the candidate will be made. Candidates have to opt for colleges and
branches that are available at the time of counselling.
7.2 Candidates have to pay an initial deposit of Rs.5000/- (Rs.1000/- in case of SC/SCA/ST candidates belonging to
Tamil Nadu) by Cash or DD and bring all their original certificates when they attend counselling.
7.3 If a candidate has deposited all the certificates in an Institution where he/she has already been admitted, a letter
from the Head of the Institution should be produced to that effect. In such case only, attested xerox copies of
certificates from the Head of the Institution will be accepted for verification. However, the provisional allotment order
will be withheld and it will be released only on production of all the original certificates.
7.4 Eligible candidates who have applied may appear for counselling according to their cut-off mark, two hours before
the counselling session along with their original certificates for verification, irrespective of receipt of individual
CHOICE ONCE MADE IS FINAL AND CANNOT BE CHANGED
The date, time and venue for counselling will be intimated to the candidates, published in leading dailies and in Anna
University Chennai website. No change of date/time of counselling is permissible. Authorities are not responsible for
any postal delay; or non receipt of intimation for counselling. Candidates who do not attend the counselling have to
forego the claim for admission.
Due to unforeseen and unavoidable reasons, if a candidate is unable to attend the counselling on the specified date
and time, he/she can authorise his/her parent on his/her behalf and the parent’s decision will be binding on the
Due to unforeseen reasons, if a candidate could not attend the counselling on the specified date and time, he/she
can attend on a subsequent time/date, during the counselling period. But the candidate can only opt for the seats
available at that time and cannot claim any seat as per original rank. If the ranking of a candidate is changed due to
re-totalling/revaluation of mark, he/she can attend counselling as per the new mark and rank, though the call letter
specifies different date (as per original mark).
Once allotted a seat the amount Rs.5,000/- (Rs.1000/- in case of SC/SCA/ST candidates belonging to Tamil Nadu)
already paid at the time of counselling will be adjusted towards the tuition fee. If a candidate does not join after
allotment and seeks refund, only 80% of the initial deposit amount paid at the time of counselling will
be refunded, if original allotment order with acknowledgement for the receipt of payment is
surrendered on or before 31.10.2010. All admissions made through single window system are
8. REGISTRATION NUMBER FOR ADMISSION
8.1 Application Number printed in the coding sheet is the Registration Number for Engineering Admission 2010.
8.2 All the enclosures in the application should bear the Registration Number at the top right hand corner.
8.3 The Registration Number should be quoted in all future correspondence.
9. PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION OF APPLICATION
Candidates can obtain the application forms in person either from the Examination Centre, Anna University
Chennai or from any of the Institutions mentioned in the Advertisement by paying a registration fee of Rs.500/- by
cash (Rs.250/- in case of SC/SCA/ST candidates belonging to Tamil Nadu).
Candidates can also obtain the application form by post from the Secretary, Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions, by
sending a requisition letter along with a DD (The DD should be drawn in favour of The Secretary (TNEA), Anna
University Chennai Payable at Chennai) for the relevant registration fee (Rs.450/- in case of SC/SCA/ST
candidates belonging to Tamil Nadu and Rs.700/- in case of others which includes postal charges) and an address
slip to which the application is to be sent.
Candidates have to submit the filled-in application either in person or by post along with attested xerox copies of the
Mark Sheet(s), Proof of Age and copies of all other relevant certificates to the Secretary, TNEA, Anna University
Chennai, Chennai – 600 025 on or before 31.05.2010.
Candidates seeking admission under Special Reservation (except Sports Quota) shall submit a separate
Special Reservation form along with the main application by post or in person in the prescribed format
available in “Information and Instructions to Candidates” with an additional fee of Rs.100/- in the
form of a Demand Draft for each special reservation enclosing the relevant certificates.
Candidates seeking admissions under Sports Quota are directed to submit their main application as well
as special reservation form for Sports along with the documents and additional fee of Rs.100/- in the
form of a Demand Draft to the Secretary, TNEA, Anna University Chennai only in Person on or before
All the Demand Drafts should be drawn in favour of “The Secretary (TNEA), Anna University Chennai”
payable at Chennai.
The SC/SCA/ST candidates belonging to Tamil Nadu desirous of availing Registration fee concession should submit an
attested xerox copy of the Permanent Community Certificate Card.
Application forms obtained at concessional rates, if submitted by the candidates who does not belong to SC/SCA/ST
will be summarily rejected.
PAYMENT BY ANY OTHER MODE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
10.1. The candidates are directed to enclose only attested xerox copies of the following certificates
along with the application:
1. HSC / Equivalent Mark Sheet
2. Transfer Certificate
3. 10th Mark Sheet
4. Permanent Community Certificate Card (if applicable)
5. Nativity Certificate (if applicable)
6. H. Sc. Hall Ticket
7. First graduate certificate (if applicable)
8. Special Reservation Form (s) with DD and Relevant Certificate (s) (if applicable)
10. 2. Applications received after the due date, not in the prescribed form, not correctly filled-up or the prescribed
certificates and documents are not enclosed or do not otherwise fulfil the terms of the instructions will be
considered defective and are liable for rejection without notice. The Secretary, TNEA will not be responsible for any
delay in post or otherwise in respect of the receipt of application after the due date. No correspondence will be
entertained in this respect.
10.3. All the Columns on both sides of the coding sheet must be filled without fail.
10.4. The candidates have to join the colleges to which they are allotted within the time notified in the Provisional
Allotment Order failing which the seats will be deemed to have fallen vacant. No request for reconsideration of
admission shall be entertained.
10.5. Detailed information regarding the courses and other facilities are available in the Booklet containing
‘Information about colleges’. Other details like Scholarship, Fee Concession, Hostel Facilities, Examinations etc.,
can be obtained from the Principal / Deans of the Institutions.
10.6. Selected candidates and their parents/ guardians will have to sign a joint declaration in the form given. This
declaration should be given to the College at the time of admission.
10.7. Candidates should ensure that correct marks are furnished by him/her in his/her application. If it is found that
the marks furnished by him/her in the application are not correct, then he/she will forfeit the admission at any stage
10.8. The candidates are informed that the admission given in the counselling are only provisional. In
accordance with rules prescribed for admission, if they are found ineligible on actual verification of
original certificates / particulars by the Principal / Directorate of Technical Education / University,
they cannot claim any right for admission or continuation of study at any stage they may be.
10.9 Further, the confirmation of Admission is subject to the verification of marks / certificates with the Director of
Government Examinations. If the Mark Sheet is found to be BOGUS,
(i) Admission is liable for cancellation at any stage of study.
(ii) He / she will be debarred from pursuing any course of study for a period of 3 Years.
(iii) Legal action will be taken against him/her for furnishing forged marks.
11. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING THE APPLICATION FORM
11.1. Enter your Registration Number as printed in the coding sheet correctly and legibly in all the enclosures.
Failure to do so may result in the application being summarily rejected.
11.2. Encircle the code numbers wherever specified for the entries applicable.
11.3. Tick (√) the qualifying Examination passed on the application cover.
11.4. Enclose the relevant certificates wherever asked for along with the application. Submission of certificates at a
later date shall not be accepted.
11.5. Enter the details in the coding sheet carefully for all the relevant item as per the application form and other
details such as medium of instruction, mother tongue, civic status, income of the parent etc., referring to “specific
Instructions to fill-up the application form” and “Guidelines to fill-up the Coding Sheet”. The small open boxes
corresponding to entries have to be carefully and completely shaded using a HB pencil. The entire data furnished
depends on the shading. The shaded information is scanned using an Optical Mark Reader and any mistake and
improper shading may prejudice your selection.
11.6. Tick (√) the Nativity, Qualifying Examination, Special Reservation and write the address on the application
11.7. The application along with all the enclosures tied up and Coding sheet kept as loose sheet should reach
Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions
Anna University Chennai
Chennai – 600 025.
on or before 31.05.2010 at 5.30 p.m.
11.8. Candidates are advised to post the completed application well in advance so as to reach Anna University
Chennai, before the due date and time. If it is sent by post it is advisable to send by Registered post / Speed post to
ensure proper delivery.
11.9. Those who want to receive the call letter for counselling by Registered Post / Speed Post must affix stamps
covering Speed Post / Registered Post and they must also superscribe on the cover.
11.10. Candidates once allotted will be given the provisional allotment order and a receipt for Rs.5000/- (or
Rs.1000/- in case of SC/SCA/ST candidates belonging to Tamil Nadu). The remaining tution fee has to be paid in the
designated banks / colleges before the dates specified in the provisional allotment order. If a candidate fails to
report for admission on or before the date indicated in the provisional allotment order he/she has to
forfeit the seat and cannot claim later.
Selection of the college and branch of study is the sole responsibility of the candidate.
The branches and intake in the colleges given in “Information about Colleges” booklet may have variations. The
approved branches / intake will be available in the Counselling centre or in the Anna University Chennai website
11.11. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES THE COLLEGE OR BRANCH ALLOTTED WILL BE CHANGED.
11.12. For any correspondence kindly quote your Registration Number as printed in the coding sheet.
11.13. The Secretary, TNEA reserves the right to accept or reject any application without assigning any reason.
TAMIL NADU ENGINEERING ADMISSIONS
For further details visit
Anna University Chennai websitehttp://www.annauniv.edu/tnea2010