Manipal Entrance Test for Engineering, also known as MET, is a highly competitive exam that is conducted for admission to various engineering courses at Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE). The exam pattern for MET 2023 includes details such as the marking scheme, types of questions, medium of paper, total questions, and total marks. The exam is conducted online, and the duration of the exam is typically two and a half hours. The question paper consists of 60 objective-type questions, and the exam is conducted in English. Understanding the exam pattern and structure is essential for candidates to prepare effectively for the exam.
Manipal University’s two campuses made its position in the top 100 Engineering colleges NIRF Ranking 2023. Manipal Karnataka stands at 61 positions and Manipal Jaipur stands at 76 positions
The syllabus for MET is designed to assess candidates’ knowledge and aptitude for specific courses. The syllabus may have additional topics or focus on certain areas, depending on the course for which the candidate is appearing. The MET syllabus covers topics from physics, chemistry, and mathematics, which are typically taught in 11th and 12th grade. MET 2023 is a university-level entrance exam, and it is conducted as a centre-based online test. Candidates can check the MET syllabus on the official website of MAHE.Read
Admission ScheduleThe application process starts in the months of February and March and there are two dates for theEntrance test The first entrance exam is conducted in the month of April and the
The second entrance exam is conducted in May.
The merit list is displayed in the month of June for both exams.
CounsellingThe candidate has to appear in physical/online counselling and then have to fulfil admission formalities. Eligibility
Pass in 10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Mathematics and English as compulsory subjects along with Chemistry / Biotechnology / Biology / any technical vocational subject* as optional, from a recognized Board, with a minimum 50 % aggregate marks taken together in Physics, Mathematics and any one of the optional subjects. Technical vocational subjects must be related to Chemical / Civil / Computer / Electrical / Mechanical streamsA Level
Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry / Biotechnology / Biology / Computer Science or any technical vocational subject* as anoptional subject in the ‘A’ Levels and English in the ‘AS’ / IGCSE / GCSE · Minimum grade required is an average of ‘D’ grade in Physics, Mathematics and any one of the optional subjects * Technical vocational subject must be related to Chemical / Civil / Computer / Electrical / Mechanical streams IB English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry / Biotechnology / Biology / Computer Science or any technical vocational subject as an optional subject (preferably Mathematics and Physics at HL level) · IB Diploma or IB Certificate with a minimum average of 4 points for Physics, Mathematics and any optional subject* with an Overall
minimum of 24 points · Minimum 3 subjects in HL and 3 subjects in SL * Technical vocational subject must be related to Chemical / Civil / Computer / Electrical / Mechanical streams
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