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TNEA Rank List 2020: 1st Allotment Result Declared, Round 2 Choice Filling Begins

TNEA Rank List 2020: Round 1 Allotment Result Declared, Round 2 Choice Filling Begins

TNEA 2020
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The Directorate of Technical Education, DTE Tamil Nadu has released the round 1 allotment list for the TNEA 2020. The 1st allotment result is now available on the official website of the TNEA at  tneaonline.org. All those candidates who have applied for the Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission can visit the official website and check the allotment result online.

Previously TNEA Rank List 2020 was released by the Directorate on September 28 for B.Tech admission. As per the official statement, the 2nd Round choice filling can be done by candidates till October 17, 2020, (upto 5 pm). Candidates can make the payment of initial deposit till October 19, 2020.

Candidates can check the TNEA 2020 Rank List with the help of the direct link mentioned below.

TNEA Rank List 2020: Click Here

TNEA 2020 1st Allotment List: Simple steps to check online

Step 1: Visit the official website of TNEA i.e. tneaonline.org

Step 2: Login using the registered email id and password

Step 3: Access the TNEA 2020 1st Allotment List on the next window

Step 4: Check your roll no. and save the pdf for further use.

Through TN Engineering Admission 2020, candidates will become eligible to take admission in B.Tech courses in all participating institutes across the Tamil Nadu State. The first round of TNEA counselling will be held for special category while the TNEA general counselling will commence separately.

Official Website: Click Here

Highlights

– The Directorate of Technical Education, DTE Tamil Nadu has released the round 1 allotment list for the TNEA 2020.

– The 1st allotment result is now available on the official website of the TNEA at  tneaonline.org.

 

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