What is the TNEA Eligibility Criteria for Admission to Courses
Each year Anna University conducts the Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions. Through TNEA, admission is offered in undergraduate programs of B.E and B.Tech. Several colleges located in Tamil Nadu accept TNEA Scores to provide admission to the offered engineering programs.
This year, however, the admission dates have been deferred due to the Coronavirus crisis. The country is going through a lockdown and authorities have pushed back the dates. Directorate of Technical Education (Tamil Nadu) is responsible for conducting a centralized and online counselling process for B. Tech in Tamil Nadu.
About TNEA Admissions
The application process for TNEA begins in the 1st week of July (subjected to change due to the coronavirus outbreak) . The directorate releases the application list after the results of Class XII are announced. The TNEA process involves several stages and the counselling process is conducted online. The University releases a list of facilitation centers where the counselling is conducted.
Basic Eligibility Conditions for B.Tech Admissions
Let’s check the basic conditions for TNEA Eligibility Criteria.
Documents required for Admission to TNEA
Apart from fulfilling the TNEA Eligibility Criteria, you will need to keep some important documents ready for admission. These documents are listed below:
Marksheets for Class 10 and 12
Transfer or Migration Certificates of the candidates
Caste category certificate (if applicable)
Nativity certificate for non-domiciled candidates
Address Proof like Aadhar card, pan card, voter id, passport or driving license
Publish of Rank List for TNEA Admissions
Each year the directorate releases the rank link of TNEA. All the candidates who featured in the TNEA rank list are eligible for admission in the B. E/ B. Tech course in Tamil Nadu. The TNEA rank list is usually released in the 2nd week of September (subjected to change due to the current scenario) . The rank list of TNEA can be downloaded through the official website of TNEA.
TNEA Seat Allotment Process
This is an important step for students after the counselling process is over. It’s released on the official website of TNEA. Candidates must log in and check the seat allotment. The candidates will see the name of the course and course allotted on the screen. There are three options for candidates to choose from:
Agree & confirm the current allotment
Decline the current allotment and move to the next round
Decline the current allotment and quit the counselling process