|Board/Exam||class XII/Second PUC|
|Subjects Studied||Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English|
|Minimum Aggregate Marks||45% and SC/ST and OBC required 40%|
|Selection Process||AP EAMCET / JEE Score|
|Seat Matrix||85% seats reserved for local Candidates|
|Application Form Release||AP EAMCET - 15th March|
|Minimum Aggregate Marks||60% or 54% ( Candidates from Reserved Category)|
|Entrance Exam||GATE Score for direct admission / AP PGECET|
|Qualifying examination||Pass in Graduation and Mathematics at 10+2 Level|
|Minimum Marks||Aggregate > 50%|
|Application Mode||Online or Offline|
|Admission process||Merit Based|
Q1.Is there any scholarship for students in ASR College of Engineering?
A1. The ASR College of Engineering provides financial assistance to students with exceptionally outstanding academic profiles. The awardees will have to score very well in their program to renew the fellowship/scholarship in the following year. The amount of scholarship offered differs according to the profile of the student.
Q2. Is there any extra classes conducted by ASR College of Engineering for students?
A2. Yes, The College provides extra classes for students who needs more attention during their tenure.
The institution offers UG, PG and Diploma courses in engineering programs. I have done graduation from this college and as per my experience I found fees structure to be feasible. I completed B.Tech in mechanical engineering with the total expenditure of 1.4 Lakhs. Fees structure might vary depending on the specialisation. Eligibility criteria for admission into graduation courses is that, student must have passed 10+2 with min 50% aggregate marks with PCM as the compulsory subject and student must have secured valid score as per the cut off marks in JEE Mains or AP EAMCET entrance exam.
Akula Sreeramulu College Of Engineering admission for B.Tech will be obviously through the state level entry test that is EAMCET conducted commonly for all the students in Andhra Pradesh who have qualified in 12th under science field. I was PCMB student in 12th and later I applied for CET as I had decided to do engineering and in some college which nearby. The thing we can’t decide the college for admission as it will be allotted for us according to our marks in the state level counselling conducted in different rounds. There will be a phase in which we will have opt the colleges we desire to take B.Tech admission in so seeing our options and marks we have obtained in CET we will get college for B.tech admission.