AJEE Eligibility Criteria 2019 - Academic Qualification and Age Limit

SAAT 2019 Eligibility Criteria

To be qualified for AJEE test 2019, the aspirants will be required to satisfy the accompanying qualification criteria. The applicants who are passed class 12 tests in science stream with material science, science and arithmetic as principle subjects from a recognised board are qualified to apply for AJEE 2019. The aspirants who will take up class 12 tests in 2019 will likewise be viewed as qualified for AJEE test 2019. To be qualified for AJEE test, the competitors are required to acquire 45 % total marks in class 12 tests.

The following are the courses for which AJEE is conducted.

S.No Stream Courses Duration (years)
1 Diploma in Engineering ·        Civil

·       Mechanical

·        Electrical

3
2 Bachelor’s in Engineering ·      Mechanical

·       Civil

·       Electrical and Electronics

·       Computer Science

·     Information Technology

4
3 Management Master of Business Administration 2
4 Education ·         Bachelor of Education (part time and full time)

·         Bachelor of Physical education

·         Master’s in Education

2
5 Law ·         BA LL.B.

·         LL.B.

·         LL.M.

5
3
1
6 Agriculture B.Sc. Agri 4 and ½
7 Nursing and Paramedical Science ·      B.Sc. Nursing

·     Bachelors in Physiotherapy

4 and ½

Eligibility criteria for various courses are given below.

First and foremost is the nationality. The citizens of India are eligible to apply and appear. There is no information regarding the international quota. So international candidates can check with the respective university.

Diploma in engineering courses

  • In the state board exams, the candidate must have obtained a minimum of 35% marks.

Under graduate in engineering courses

  • The candidate must have opted for Physics, Chemistry, and Maths in their higher secondary level.
  • They should have scored 45% of the mark in all subjects.
  • In case of SC/ST and OBC category, they should have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the same.

Education sector

  • The candidate must have completed any master or bachelor degree with 50% marks.
  • In case of SC/ST and OBC, it must be 45% marks.

Management

  • The candidate must have completed any master or bachelor degree with 50% marks.
  • In case of SC/ST and Other Backward Class, it must be 45% marks.

LAW

BA LLB

  • The candidate must have completed 10th or 12 standards.
  • They should have scored 45% of the mark in all subjects.
  • In case of SC/ST and Other Backward Class category, they should have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the same.

LLB

  • The candidate must have completed any under graduate
  • They should have scored 45% of the mark in all subjects.
  • In case of SC/ST and Other Backward classes category they should have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the same.

LLM

  • Age is not a barrier for this course.
  • The candidate must have completed LLB with a minimum of 55% of the mark.

Agriculture

  • The candidate must have opted for Physics, Chemistry, and Maths or Physics, Chemistry and Biology in their higher secondary level.
  • They should have scored 45% of the mark in all subjects.
  • In case of SC/ST and Other Backward Class category, they should have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the same.

Nursing

  • The candidate must have opted for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in their higher secondary level.
  • They should have scored 45% of the mark in all subjects.
  • In case of SC/ST and Other Backward Class category, they should have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the same.

Paramedical

  • The candidate must have opted for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in their higher secondary level.
  • They should have scored 45% of the mark in all subjects.
  • In case of SC/ST and Other Backward Class category, they should have obtained a minimum of 40% marks in the same.
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