18th of September 2020 to be the last date for applications to the B.Tech. Program at Mahindra University’s Ecole Centrale School of Engineering (MEC), Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Mahindra University’s Ecole Centrale School of Engineering (MEC), Hyderabad, announced 18th September 2020 as the last date for applications for admissions to the 4-year B.Tech. programme at its Hyderabad campus for the academic session 2020-2024. The students can apply on www.mechyd.ac.in till 18th of September 2020. Eligible students will be counselled online on the branches available to them and online offers will be rolled out.

MEC has a total of around 400 seats available in its B.Tech. Programme offered in 7 academic disciplines – Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Electronics & Computer Engineering, and Computation &Mathematics.

The admissions will be granted on the basis of either JEE Mains (Qualify in JEE Main examination and eligible to write the JEE Advanced 2020 exam) or Valid SAT Subject Test Scores or SAT Scores or ACT scores or Class 10+2 exams result (80% or equivalent grade cumulatively in Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry Subjects in 10+2 from any Statutory Board).

“At Mahindra University, we follow a paradigm that focuses on Industry and academia collaboration and a unique blend of theory and practice to ensure that each student is a well-rounded scholar and an industry-ready practitioner. MEC students have been winning laurels in India and abroad and an asset to any organization that they are a part of. We invite the aspiring engineers to become a part of the revolution to create global leaders and engaged thinkers”, says Dr. Yajulu Medury, Vice Chancellor, Mahindra University.

MEC’s UG programs in engineering are interdisciplinary in nature. The four-year B.Tech. Degree will empower students with the unique ability to adapt to global engineering challenges and adopt new technologies that would help redefine the future, at the same time creating professionals with the ability to master the complexities of multinational organizations.


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