KLU Engineering Counselling from 28th June, 2012
The KL University counselling for engineering for the year 2012 will be held from 28th June, 2012 to 4th July, 2012, according to KLU Vice President Koneru Raja Harin Vijayawada on 14th June, 2012. He said that along with those who qualified in the KLUEEE, candidates who excelled in EAMCET, AIEEE and IIT – JEE entrance examinations are eligible for attend the week – long counselling.
“For those who cleared the KLUEEE, we have already dispatched the call letters and those seeking further information can visit our website – http://www.kluniversity.in, said KLU Director for Admissions Srinivas. He also said that students of SC, ST, OBC and those who had fared well in KLUEEE, EAMCET, AIEEE and IIT – JEE examinations will be given fee concessions as scholarships.
For details students can call 0866 – 2577715, 08645 – 246948, 96666 – 37614, 96666 – 37615, 99660 – 10001, 95424 – 99555.
KLUEEE 2012 Result declared
Malladi Tushar Swapna ( hall ticket no – 361212 ) of Rajahmundry topped in the Koneru Lakshmaiah University Engineering Entrance Exam ( KLUEEE ) 2012 by securing 151 out of 156 marks.
Announcing the result at a press conference on 23rd May, 2012, university Vice – President Raja Harin Koneru said four questions were removed from the test, which was initially conducted for 160 marks. Revealing the names of the top 10 rankers, he said P.Kumar Naga Sarvasai, A.V.Raman, G.Sunil, E.Venkata Ram Tulasi, M.Hritik, Vemula Haripriya, Goli Sai Krishna, N.Satyanarayana and N.Hariprasad were the top 10 rankers in that order.
Out of the total number of over 40,000 students who wrote the test in 72 centres, 14,706 had qualified for admission. Director ( Admissions ) P. Srinivas said students could visit the university website – http://www.kluniversity.in to know their result. Counselling for the eligible students would start from 3rd June, 2012 and call letters would be sent to the respective students by post.
Explaining about new programmes designed to make the education pattern interesting, he said ‘Practice School’ was a unique concept including in the curriculum from the current academic year. The programme would allow students to undergo a six – month training in any one of the many industries the university has a tie – up with for a hands – on experience. Dean, Student Faculty Welfare, K. Rajasekhar, KLUEEE Convenor Chandra Prakash and Krishna Rao were present.