|Minimum Aggregate Marks||50%|
|Entrance Test Valid Score||MAH-CET / ATMA / MAT / XAT / CMAT / CAT / GMAT|
|Admission process||Group discussion and Personal interview|
|Board/Exam||10+2 (Class XII)|
|Mandatory Subjects||PCM (Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) & English|
|Minimum Aggregate Marks||Aggregate ≥ 50%|
|Selection Process||MHT-CET(Maharashtra Common Entrance Test)|
|Seat Matrix||Maharashtra State Seats - 85%, All India Seats - 15%|
|Application Form Release||MHT-CET: January 18|
I’ve pursued my MBA at Umrer. I’ve previously studied engineering here, and I decided to follow-up with my higher studies here itself. Umrer College of Engineering Admission requires the candidate to have secured min. average marks of 50% in their bachelor’s degree in any stream, from a recognized university. Then, they should appear for the entrance test such as, MAH-CET / ATMA / MAT / XAT / CMAT / CAT / GMAT and secure valid scores. Their scores will determine if they’re eligible for the GD/ PI extempore at the university which is held by the panel selected for just that. Their overall performance and records will determine their selection.
I was in this college studying B.E in electrical and electronics engineering as I was in the list that was given in the CAP round after that I went to the centre they checked all my documents as my documents were all good so they offered me the letter for CAP round so they asked me go to the counsellor who guided me for further guided me for admission in Umrer College of Engineering. Our college had good network of alumni who helped us in doing mini project and also final project. Umrer College of Engineering fee was also not at all expensive because the fee was as per the government. During admission I had to pay application fee, admission fee and caution deposit which would be refunded at the end of the course.