MU OET 2017 Manipal Engineering Important Information

February 23, 2017


Manipal University Online Entrance Test is a university level entrance test which is organized by Manipal University. MU-OET is conducted for providing admissions to those students seeking for admissions in various UG and PG courses in the field of engineering, pharmacy and many others offered by Manipal University and its constituent colleges.


Here we are providing information about MU OET 2017 application form, exam dates, eligibility and exam pattern.

Important Dates


Events
Dates
Application form availability
November 1, 2016
Last date to submit application form
March 11, 2017
Online test booking schedule (OTBS)
From March 24 to April 10, 2017
MU-OET 2017 online test (I & II Attempts)
From April 24 to May 15, 2017
MU-OET 2017 (III Attempt)
May 17, 2017
Result
May 24, 2017
Counselling
First week of june 2017 onwards
Commencement of B.Tech programmes
July 17, 2017

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for B.Tech. courses is mentioned below:
Passed in 12th or equivalent exam with Physics, Mathematics & English (compulsory subjects) along with Chemistry, biotechnology, biology or any technical vocational subject with obtaining 50% marks in Physics, Mathematics and any one of the optional subject. 50% marks in MU OET.

MU OET 2017 Application Form

Candidates can download the application form through the website.
The application fee is Rs. 600. and entrance exam fee is Rs. 1400/-.
The fee payment will be done through demand draft in favor of ‘Manipal University’ payable at Manipal/Udupi.
Candidates are advised to keep the printout of the application form for further references.

MU-OET 2017 Exam Pattern

The candidates will have to solve 200 questions of Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and English in it. All the questions will be of Multiple Choice Type (objective type) and the distribution of it will be as below:
  • Physics – 50
  • Chemistry – 50
  • Mathematics – 70
  • English – 30
  • Time duration of MU OET 2017: 2.30 hours or 150 minutes
  • Type of questions: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) or objective type
  • Total number of questions: 200
  • Exam mode: Online