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Over 1.60 lakh appear for VITEEE

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The exam was held for admission to 3,570 seats in 13 B.Tech. programmes


VELLORE: Of the 1,66,493 candidates who had applied for the VIT Engineering Entrance Examination (VITEEE) this year, 1,60,254 candidates (96.25%) appeared for the examination at 243 centres in 105 cities throughout India, and in Dubai, Riyadh and Singapore on Saturday.

The entrance examination was held for admission to 3,570 seats in 13 B.Tech. programmes on the Vellore and Chennai campuses of VIT University. The seats comprise 2,790 on the Vellore campus and 780 in Chennai.

Attendance for VITEEE-2011 was more than the 95% registered in VITEEE-2010, when 1,49,862 out of the 1,57,554 registered candidates appeared for the examination at 231 centres in 94 cities in India and three overseas centres.

G. Viswanathan, VIT Chancellor, and G.V. Sampath, vice-president (operations), VIT, supervised the examination in Delhi.

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