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Diploma After 10th Course
A diploma is a course usually opted by students who wish to excel their career in the field of Engineering, Pharmacy, Design, etc. A diploma e.g. Diploma in Engineering of Electronics Engineering is rated differently than Bachelor of Technology in Electronics Engineering but is equivalent to Bachelor of Science in Electronics. In general, a diploma is a three/four year course which varies according to the college and the course opted by the student. It is a course that is designed in a way to get the exposure of the current technology being practiced in the respective industry. In addition, diploma is concentrated for the particular area of study e.g. Diploma in Engineering of Electronics Engineering may be in Advanced Communication Systems (ACS) or Integrated Circuits (IC) or Industrial Electronics (IE). It provides an in-depth knowledge of the field of study to the student.
Candidate should have passed the SSC (Std. Xth) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with minimum 60-65% aggregate marks in Mathematics, General Science and English.
- The term ‘aggregate marks’ means the grand total marks obtained by the candidate, taken together for best 5 subjects.
- In case of ICSE & CBSE boards, candidates passed with Science and mathematics are eligible for admission.
- Best of 5 aggregate marks in case of candidates who have passed qualifying exam shall be decided by selecting any 5 subjects in which maximum marks are scored.
- For ICSE Candidates:
- Out of 6 subjects, best of 5 subject’s marks shall be considered for admission/Merit.
- For CBSE Candidates: If the marks are given in the form of Grade points, then equivalents % of marks shall be calculated as follows:
- The CGPA is the average of Grade Points obtained in all the subjects excluding additional 6th subject as per Scheme of Studies.
- Subject wise indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x GP of the Subject.
- Overall indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x CGPA
In case of marks given in Grades, ICSE and CBSE Candidates are required to provide equivalent marks authorized from the concerned institute / Board.
- Candidates passing SSC Examination from Maharashtra Board having included marks for Sports etc. in Grand Total mentioned in the mark sheet shall be considered.
Following are Diploma Engineering courses that can be opted by the candidates:
- Civil Engnieering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engnieering
- Computer Engineering
- Electronics and Telecommunication Engnieering
- Aeronautical Engnieering
- Electronics Engnieering
- Chemical Engnieering
- Software Engineering
- Mining Engineering
- Petroleum Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Fire and Safety Engineering
- Genetic Engineering
Following are Non-Engineering Diploma Courses that can be opted by the candidates:
- Diploma in Hotel Management
- Diploma in Catering Technology
- Diploma in Cyber Security
- Diploma in Cosmetology
- Diploma in Beauty culture
- Diploma in 3d Animation
- Diploma in Fine Arts
Now-a-days, most of the industries are opting for automatic equipments/machines to perform several tasks and to meet the growing demands of various industries. Owing to the technological advances in various industries, the requirement of skilled professionals is the hour of the need.
Following are career options for candidates opting for engineering diploma courses:
- Programmer/Software Engineer
- Network Administrator
- Hardware Engineer
- Data Administrator
- System Administrator
- Civil Engineer Managers in the Oil industry
- Electrical Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- Maintenance Engineers
- Quality and Control Engineer
- Environmental Engineer
- Automobile Engineer
- Chemical Engineer
- Audio Engineer
- Fire and Safety Engineer
- Computer Aided Design (CAD)/ Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) Engineers
Following are career options for candidates opting for non-engineering diploma courses:
- Web Designer
- Web developer
- Fashion Designer
- Fashion Consultant
- 2D/3D Animator
- Image Editor
- Special Effects Artist
- Cyber Security Consultant/Manager
- Graphics Designer.
There are two ways to pursue a career in the field of automobile engineering:
- After 10th a candidate can opt 3 year diploma in automobile engineering after the completion of which he/she eligible for a 3 year degree course in Automobile engineering. If the candidate wishes to opt for a 3 year degree course, he/she shall be eligible for a second year entry of the four year degree course.
- After 12th one can join a 4 year Degree course in Automobile engineering.
- Eligible Candidates seeking admission to the first year of Diploma Courses in Govt./Govt Aided/ Unaided Polytechnics (participating in CAP) shall submit an Online application form on http://www.dte.org.in.
- ‘Polytechnic’ means an institution imparting technical education in Engineering and related technical subjects leading to Diploma in Engineering/Technology.
- ‘Government Polytechnic’ means the Polytechnic run by the Government of Maharashtra. ‘Government Aided Polytechnic’ means Polytechnic run by private management which receives financial assistance from the Government of Maharashtra.
- ‘UnAided Polytechnic’ means Polytechnic run by private management on self financing basis.
- Online filling and Submission of Online Application form on website http://www.dte.org.in for admission to Diploma through CAP.
- Candidate should fill & submit only one online application form which shall be applicable for admission to all Diploma Institutes participating in CAP.
- Candidates filling/confirming more than one application will be treated as duplicate forms and shall be rejected without any communication.
- Document Verification and Confirmation of online application form at the Application form Receipt Centers (ARCs) by eligible candidates.
- Display of Merit List of candidates who have confirmed the online Application Form at ARC for Centralized Admission process for admission to Diploma.
- Fill in and confirm the Online Option Form(s) for CAP Round(s) I/II/III at ARC (by candidates eligible to participate in these respective CAP rounds.)
- Display of Allotment(s) of respective CAP Round(s) I/II/III on website http://www.dte.org.in.
- Reporting to respective Institutes as per allotment of CAP Round(s) I/II/III.
- Conduction of CAP Round-IV by counselling at the designated centers of admission and reporting to respective Institute.
- This round of admission will be conducted only for eligible candidates of the respective district, whose names have appeared in Final Merit list. During this round of admission by Counseling, seats available shall be treated as GENERAL seats and shall be allotted solely on the basis of inter- se merit of eligible candidates without considering the category of the candidate(s) (open /reserved) or the category to which the vacant seat belongs (such as District, other than District, Backward Class, Physically Handicapped etc).
- Seats will be allotted to candidates as per their inter se merit, the options filled and the number of seats available at that point of time in the stage of CAP Round-I, II, and III.
- All candidates eligible for a particular stage of allotment will be considered for allotment for a seat in that stage, even if they have been allotted/not allotted a seat in the previous stage.
- All reserved category candidates shall be considered for allotment (whether they are allotted any seat in earlier stage or not) in all stages.
- During the allotment of any stage, the candidate may get upward shift in the allotment with reference to the options filled by the candidate according to availability of seats at that point of time.
- Due to upward shifts, the seats remaining vacant shall be considered for allotment in further iterations of the same stage as per the provisions of that stage of allotment and as per inter se merit.
- Allotment against the first available option in the order of options filled is retained as final allotment.
- The candidates securing allotment will confirm the admission by reporting at the institute mentioned in allotment along with the original certificates needed for admission, by paying necessary fees on or before the last date specified for the same. No personal communication in this regard is issued.
- The admission will be online confirmed at the ‘Respective Institute’ only after scrutiny of documents and payment of fees.
- The rounds are so designed with the purpose that maximum vacant seats are filled in without creating further resultant vacancies on account of shifting of students to whom already allotment has been made in earlier rounds of CAP.
- Please note that seats remaining vacant due to non-allotment and non-reporting will be available for allotment in CAP Round-II and seats remaining vacant due to non-allotment and non-reporting will be available for CAP Round-III.
- Sale of Information Brochure along with Application Kit at designated ARCs. All aspiring Candidates are required to procure/purchase the Information Brochure along with Application Kit from the designated ARCs. The Application Kit consists of Application ID and Password as well as important instructions/guidelines and various stages for CAP Admission.
- Filling up of Online Application form on website www.dte.org.in, for each of the CAP rounds I/II/III by eligible candidates.
- Confirmation of Online Option Form for each of the CAP rounds I/II/III by the eligible candidate in person at ARC only.
- Display of Provisional Allotment indicating allotment after each of the CAP rounds I/II/III on the website www.dte.org.in and at the ARC.
- Reporting to the institute as per allotment of the CAP rounds I/II/III and confirmation of admission by the candidate.
- Conduction of CAP round-IV, i.e. admission round by counselling at District Level.
- The candidate has to login to the website www.dte.org.in through his/her Application ID and Password provided in the Application Kit.
- Candidate has to fill online application for CAP Admission and take the printout of the online submitted application form.
- Candidates are required to attach the attested copies of required documents mentioned in the application form.
- The Candidate should go to the any ARC in person for verification & confirmation of Online Application along with the Original and attested copies of required documents.
- The ARC officer shall verify and scrutinize the online filled application and documents attached and confirm the Application form of the candidate and issue the acknowledgement cum receipt of confirmation of Application Form.
- Once the application is confirmed at ARC, no change in the application form is allowed.
- The provisional allotment through CAP Round I shall be displayed on www.dte.org.in, at ARCs and also at the allotted institutes.
- No separate allotment letter will be issued to candidates.
- The candidate shall report at the institute where the seat is allotted along with the necessary documents.
- Candidates are required to submit the acknowledgement-cum-receipt of the online Application form to the Admission authority of the institute for the confirmation of the admission.
- The respective institute shall confirm the candidate’s admission.
- If the candidate fails to report to and confirm the admission at the Institute, on or before the last date of reporting at the Institute for the CAP round 1, then the candidate shall forfeit the claim on the allotted seat.
- It is not permitted for a candidate (who have reported & confirmed admission) to cancel his/her admission of CAP round I and apply/appear for the subsequent round of centralized admission.
- Application forms shall be available in respective unaided polytechnics for the period of about 15 days after the day of declaration of SSC result of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Certificate Examination.
- Candidates can submit duly filled Application form to respective Unaided Polytechnics as per the date notified by the institute.
- The Admission process shall be carried out at the institute Level.
- All admissions shall be done in fully fair and transparent Manner & shall be Merit based. The Principals of the respective Unaided Polytechnics shall invite applications for the seats available by giving publicity at least in two leading newspapers. Institutes are required to mention the name of newspaper in which available seats will be notified in their prospectus/brochure. Detailed schedule of the admission process shall also be displayed.
- Aspiring candidates fulfilling the eligibility criteria shall apply directly to the Principal of the respective Polytechnics/Institutes for admissions. These admissions will be made in a transparent manner and strictly as per the merit of the candidates who have applied to the institute.
- Information brochure/prospectus of the Institute which specifies rules of admission should be published well before the commencement of the process of admission for seats to be filled at the Institute Level. All the information in the brochures should also be displayed on the Institute’s website.
To seek admission in a college offering diploma courses, the procedure is as follows:
Rules of Admission through Centralized Admission Process (CAP):
This section briefly explains the various stages and procedure adopted for the CAP. In general, the Competent Authority shall conduct total Four (4) rounds of Centralized Admission. The CAP shall consist of first three (3) rounds of Centralized Allotment, wherein eligible candidates of respective rounds will fill & confirm fresh Online Option forms for respective rounds. Fourth round of CAP shall be conducted by counselling at the notified admission center.
Major Steps & guidelines in the Admission in Diploma Courses through CAP are as follows:
The following Table gives a brief about the admission to diploma through CAP:
CAP Round IV- Admission by Counseling at District Level:
Procedure for Centralized Admission Process (CAP):
The procedure for CAP consists of following stages:
General Instructions for filling online Application form for CAP Round(s):
Display of Provisional Allotment of CAP Round I, reporting to the institute and confirmation of the admission:
Guidelines for the Admission Process carried out by Unaided Polytechnics :
Guidelines for the admission process at the Institute level:
Please note that above mentioned procedure is tentative and shall be taken as a suggestive guideline.
A notification giving details such as schedule of activities, procedure of Centralized Admission will be published in leading newspapers.