V-SAT 2015 Exam Dates Announced

Nov. 22, 2014 content.teams

Vignan’s University Guntur has announced exam dates for its entrance exam. As per the announcement, V-SAT 2015 (Vignan’s Scholastic Aptitude Test), will be conducted from 23 April - 27 April 2015.

Qualifiers of V-SAT 2015 will be granted admission into undergrad engineering (b.Tech) courses. Courses offered by Vignan’s University Guntur are listed below:

  1. Agricultural Engineering
  2. Automobile Engineering
  3. Biotechnology
  4. Chemical Engineering
  5. Civil Engineering
  6. Computer Science & Engineering
  7. Electronics & Communication Engineering
  8. Electronics & Computer Engineering
  9. Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  10. Information Technology
  11. Mechanical Engineering
  12. Mechatronics
  13. Bioinformatics
  14. Petroleum Engineering
  15. Biomedical Engineering
  16. Food Technology and Textile Technology

V-SAT 2015 Eligibility Criteria

Admission is subjected to eligibility. So, candidates are advised to check eligibility criteria before applying. Eligible criteria for V-SAT 2015 is:

  • Candidates must be born on or after 1 July 1994.
  • Candidates must have passed qualifying exam with 60% marks with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

V-SAT 2015 Application Procedure

Eligible candidates can download application form from the link above. Forms can be availed offline as well, from post offices or centers of Vignan’s University in Andhra district. Last date to issue application form is 10 April 2015. Candidates will have to remit Rs. 1000 as application fee via Demand Draft drawn in favor of Vignan University payable at Guntur on any scheduled bank. Filled application form with DD is to be posted to address below:

V-SAT 2015 Selection Procedure

Candidates will selected on their performance in written exam. Result of V-SAT 2015 will be declared till 10 May 2015.

Question paper will contain 4 sections of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology and English/ Aptitude. Candidates will have to solve 120 questions and for each correct answer 1 mark will be allotted to them. There is no provision of negative marking.

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