LPUNEST 2020 Schedule 2 : Dates clash With Many Other Entrance Exams
Lovely Professional University, Punjab, conducts BTech admissions in two rounds (Schedules). With the first Schedule of applications ending on 9 Jan 2020, the applications for Schedule 2 of LPUNEST start on 10 Jan.
Courses offered : B.Tech, B.Tech (Hons), 5 year integrated B.Tech + M.Tech / B.Tech + MBA, 6 year Dual Degree B.Tech + M.Tech / B.Tech + MBA
(a) Nationality : Only Indian nationals are eligible to apply for LPUNEST for BTech
(b) Qualifying exam : Applicants appearing for LPUNEST (B.Tech.) should have either completed or shall be appearing in 2020, in final examination of 10+2 from Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE, New Delhi) or The Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE, New Delhi) or State Board or any other Council, Institution, college etc. declared recognised by Council of Boards of School Education (COBSE), New Delhi or any other concerned apex body as applicable.
(c) Qualifying subjects and marks
Pass with 60% aggregate marks in 10+2 or equivalent (with Physics, Mathematics and English)* subject to qualifying LPUNEST
* For B.Tech. Biotechnology (BT), B.Tech. (Food Technology), B.Tech. (Biomedical Engineering), subjects considered are Physics, Chemistry, English & either Maths or Biology or Biotechnology; other things remaining same as above.
* For B.Tech. Chemical Engineering (CHE) and B.Tech. (CHE - Petroleum), Subjects considered are Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English; other things remaining same as above.
Key dates (Schedule 2)
Start of applications : 10 Jan 2020
Last date of application : 31 Mar 2020
Date of exam : 10 - 25 Apr 2020
Clashing exams : Please note that some other BTech / Science / BDesign related entrance exams which are scheduled to be conducted from 10 - 25 April 202 are GAT-UGTP, Presidency-BSc-Hons, SRMJEE, IICD, KLUEEE, MHT-CET-Eng, KIITEE-Eng, CUET-BTech, SAEEE, V-SAT. It is advised that this be taken note of and selection of exam date (wherever choice is available) be done cautiously to avoid missing an opportunity of interest.