PROCESS & CRITERIA
I YEAR ADMISSION
- 50% of the admission is through the single window counseling of Anna University.
- Norms and procedures laid down by the consortium of self-financing colleges are scrupulously followed during admission.
- LICET follows the engineering cut-off as per the Anna University Counseling, as the basis for ranking the +2 marks. Mathematics out of 100; Physics out of 50; Chemistry out of 50. Total Cut-off out of 200.
- LICET is not at present in favour of admitting NRI applicants.
- There is no Common Entrance Test in TN.
- Nativity certificate from Tamilnadu is not required for those who have studied VIII, IX, X, XI, & XII in Tamilnadu, but it is a must for those who studied in schools situated outside Tamilnadu.
LATERAL ENTRY ADMISSION (In II YEAR)
- Total number of seats for lateral entry students are 36 ( 3+3 seats in each section)
- 50%, i.e. 18 seats will be admitted through DOTE Counseling.
- For the remaining 18 seats on management quota, all the six semester marks of polytechnic will be taken into consideration.
LICET is committed towards the upliftment of the marginalized and deserving students, more concretely providing ample opportunities in engineering education. It offers many endowed scholarships apart from the various government scholarships.
- Jesuit Educational Support
- Francis Xavier Scholarship
- Arul Selvi Scholarship
- Dr Francis Xavier Endowment Award
- Physic Scholarship
- Florence Peter Scholarship
- EEE Merit Award
RNTBCI is offering 56 lakhs of rupees to 56 eligible students, one lakh per student every year. The Francis Xavier and Florence Peter Scholarships are offered for an amount of 1,000,000 rupees and 500,000 rupees respectively. Another major private scholarship is Anber scholarship which is offered by a group of generous people for about 80,000 rupees each to 28 students every year. Added to that we have many endowed scholarships as mentioned above for deserving students. Every year more than 400 students receive scholarships from the management as well as from the government sectors, ranging to the tune of two crores.