Private engineering colleges in the state may confront its most noticeably bad year yet of opportunities this session. Under 12,000 aspirants were at long last dispensed BTech first-year situates by the Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) powers on Friday against an affirmation limit of 48,000 in the around 90 college.
OJEE executive Tushar Nath said a sum of around 12,600 JEE Main qualifiers had joined the advising procedure, albeit around 48,000 from the state had showed up for the all-India test. When of last portion, around 12,000 were left in the race, he said.
Seats are empty in government engineering aspirants as well. There were no takers for a few seats in mineral engineering stream of Government College of Engineering , Keonjhar, and creation building stream of Parala Maharaja Engineering College (PMEC), Berhampur.
Nath said around 7,000 more aspirants who have qualified the extraordinary OJEE may take affirmation. The uncommon OJEE was hung on July 19 on the course of the Orissa High Court to top off empty seats, subsequent to conceding JEE Main qualifiers, taking after a request from the Odisha Private Engineering College Association (OPECA).
OPECA rebuked government arrangement for the proceeded with pattern of opening. "The state government permits just 15 for each penny of the seats of private engineering college to be filled by aspirants from outside the state. Since seats are lying empty, we have been requesting that the administration unwind the tenet and permit us to take in more qualified aspirants from outside the state," said OPECA secretary Binod Dash.
In the event that outside aspirants are rejected, the aggregate number of engineering seats accessible are lopsidedly high contrasted with the quantity of student.
Aside from the 48,000 seats in the OJEE pool, SOA University, KIIT University, Centurion University, Sambalpur University Institute of Information Technology and International Institute of Information Technology, Bhubaneswar, have another 20,000 engineering seats, taking the aggregate number of accessible seats for admission to 68,000.
Just 75,000 aspirants have cleared Plus II science, the qualification needed for BTech affirmation. A considerable lot of these aspirants take affirmation in different courses, for example, restorative, general in addition to III and other option courses.
Around 50%t seats building were lying empty in 2014 and 2013.
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