Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham will publish the AEEE result in an online mode, and candidates will be able to download their scorecards from the university website. For checking the AEEE result candidates will have to first log onto the official website of the university by entering their application numbers and birthdates. They will be able to view their AEEE scores and ranks in the AEEE result. Qualifying candidates will be notified of the counselling dates and will be allotted seats in the B. Tech programs based on their AEEE ranks.
Since the exam date of AEEE 2020 has been postponed to July 23, 2020, to July 27, 2020, the dates for AEEE result declaration is likely to be in the month of August 2020. Yet, all candidates are suggested to keep an eye on the official website of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham for the updates regarding the examination and AEEE result.
How to Check the AEEE Result
The AEEE result will be released in online mode only and the steps to access the results are enlisted below for the reference of candidates.
Step 1: Visit the official website of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
Step 2: The university authorities will release the link for AEEE 2020 results. Click on the link.
Step 3: Log in with your application number or email address (provided at the time of registration). After entering the application number, enter your date of birth.
Step 4: Once you have entered the valid credentials, click on the ‘submit’ button on your screen.
Step 5: Your AEEE 2020 scorecard will be displayed on your computer screen.
Step 6: Click on the Download button on your screen and take a printout of your AEEE 2020 scorecard.
AEEE Results- Highlights
Candidates will be able to View the Following Details on their AEEE 2020 Score Card.
Name of the candidate
Registration number of the candidate
Roll number of the candidate
Scores obtained in AEEE 2020
Rank obtained in AEEE 2020.
The ranks of candidates mentioned in the AEEE 2020 scorecard will be their All India Ranks. Candidates may hereby note that the merit list for AEEE 2020 will be prepared by the university authorities keeping in view the scores obtained by the candidates in the examination. Those candidates who will meet the qualifying score criteria will be able to make it to the counselling rounds of AEEE 2020. They will be allotted counselling slots according to their AEEE 2020 ranks. The university will declare the cut-off scores and ranks for each engineering program based on the generic performance of candidates in the examination of AEEE 2020.
1. When will the AEEE 2020 Results be Declared?
Answer: The AEEE 2020 result date will be declared in July end and the results will be published in the month of August, tentatively. The exam of AEEE 2020 was initially scheduled to be held from 23 April 2020, to 27 April 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is now going to be held on 23 July 2020, to 27 July 2020. In general, the AEEE results are declared after a few weeks from the exam date.
2. Which is the Best Campus of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeeth for CSE?
Answer: The undergraduate engineering course in Computer Science Engineering is offered at all the campuses of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. Of course, the cut-off scores and closing ranks vary for every campus. According to the review of the passed out students of this university, the best on-campus placement drives for CSE are offered at the Amritapuri campus.
3. What is a Good Rank in AEEE?
Answer: The opening and closing ranks for each department of engineering are likely to vary from campus to campus. So a good rank in AEEE can be determined by following the previous years’ cut-off ranks for each B. Tech program. Also, it must be noted that the cut-off ranks vary for different categories of candidates appearing in the examination.
4. How Many Students Appeared in AEEE 2019?
Answer: There were about 70,000 candidates who appeared in the AEEE 2019. This exam is conducted across the districts of Karnataka, in about 102 centers. This exam is conducted over 5 days and there are 3 test-slots for every day. Thereby, it is easier for the authorities to accommodate so many candidates appearing in the exam.