Admission Process for DJ Sanghvi College of Engineering
1.Log on to the DJ Sanghvi website, http://www.djscoe.org/ to enquire about the dates when the forms will be available. An announcement would also be made in a national English daily newspaper. It usually begins around the second or third week of June
2.The admission form will be available to download on the website. The forms for Gujarati linguistic minority and the General category both have been clubbed into the online digital form. The processing charges per application is Rs 1500/- which can be paid online, or by a demand draft.
3.Wait for the schedule for document verification for the students belonging to the Gujarati Linguistic minority, and get it acknowledged by the college authorities.
After the form has been filled, and the payment done, you must print the form. You will be allowed to fill the forms for a period of 12 days, so no need to rush in on the first day.
NOTE: No documents will be required at the time of filling the form.
4. After the forms have been submitted, a provisional merit list, wherein the details of each candidate are specified, will be displayed on the college website. If there are any discrepancies in the list, contact the concerned authority of the college within the stipulated period.
5. The final merit list will then be displayed on the site along with the date, time and location of the first admission round.
At the venue where the admission rounds are conducted, there will be live screening of the whole process, giving you an idea how many seats have been taken in all the streams and how many seats are left. Each candidate will be called upon based on his merit number and asked to select his desired stream.
The candidates will be required to submit the following documents at this juncture :
- Leaving Certificate
- 12th Marksheet
- CET Marksheet
- 10th Marksheet
- Nationality certificate (if nationality is not mentioned on your Leaving Certificate)
In addition to this, you need the following documents if you are applying for the Gujarati minority quota :
- Domicile Certificate (Yes, it becomes compulsory if you apply for the minority quota)
- Affidavit stating that you belong to Gujarati speaking Linguistic Minority in the state of Maharashtra.
- Letter stating that you belong to the Gujarati speaking linguistic minority in the state of Maharashtra from a registered Gujarati Trust/Samaj.
And most importantly, a demand draft/pay order of the stipulated amount. Please do not forget to carry this, you will not be allowed to take admission without it.
- Is DJ Sanghvi College of Engineering an autonomous institute?
Though the DJ Sanghvi College of Engineering has a separate admission procedure, it is NOT an autonomous institute. It is affiliated to the Mumbai University as any other college.
- Will I be eligible for the CAP rounds if I apply or secure admission in DJ Sanghvi College of Engineering?
DJ Sanghvi College of Engineering has its own separate admission procedure and has nothing to do with the CAP rounds. So there is no harm in filling both forms together.
- I have secured admission in XYZ college and submitted my documents there. Is it possible for me to apply to DJ Sanghvi College Of Engineering now?
When you submit your documents make sure you ask for a retention certificate if you wish to take admission in DJ Sanghvi. You will be able take admission in the college if you show this certificate at the time of DJ’s admission round and are able to produce your documents within the next four days.
- Can I fill in both the minority and the open category forms simultaneously?
Yes, it is absolutely possible for you to fill in both the forms simultaneously if you belong to the Gujarati speaking linguistic minority. This has now been integrated into the digital form.
- Is there an AIEEE quota in DJ Sanghvi College of Engineering? Can I get admission based on my AIEEE marks?
No there is no AIEEE quota in DJ Sanghvi College of Engineering in the sense that no seats are reserved. You can, however, technically, gain admission in the college with your AIEEE marks. But practically it seems improbable because the students who wish to gain admission only with their AIEEE marks are ranked after all the students who have applied with their MHT-CET scores. So, a student with 1 mark in CET would be ranked higher than the topper of AIEEE in their merit-list.