The Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission (TNEA) rank list was announced on September 14, 2021, by the Directorate of Technical Education (DoTE). To check the rank list, candidates can visit the official website of TNEA i.e. tneaonline.org. But for that candidates will be required to log in with their e-mail address and password.
TNEA is a centralised admission process for undergraduate engineering studies (BTech courses). This year a total of 440 colleges have been added to counselling and the seats available at those colleges are 1,51,870.
The TNEA examination is conducted for those students who want to take admission in Undergraduate engineering courses ( B.Tech). After the successful completion of TNEA registration and counselling process, the seat will be allotted to the respective student.
Candidates can download the TNEA 2021 rank list by following the below steps:
Step 1: Go to the official website at tneaonline.org
Step 2: Sign in with your email ID and password
Step 3: Download or take a screenshot of the list of TNEA 2021 for future reference
TNEA 2021 counselling will first be offered to candidates in the Special Reservation category.
"Special Reservation Counselling will be conducted between September 15 and September 24 details will follow," as per the notice released on the official website.
Applicants selected from the TNEA rankings are eligible to apply for online counselling. TNEA will begin counselling special categories and then they will conduct general counselling.
The General counselling process details will be announced in the coming days. The general counselling round means online counselling for academic and vocational courses, fee payment for registration, choice filling, tentative allotment, confirmation of tentative allotment and provisional allotment.
The tentative allotment list will be released after the rank list. Students will have to confirm the allotment option of the final institution. However, the branch allotment will be determined by the TNEA authorities. Students will be required to report to their final designated institutions.