Goa Diploma Admissions 2018 Merit List- Only the candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria prescribed in the prospectus shall be considered for being placed in the merit list. The merit list has been displayed on the website of the Directorate, www.dte.goa.gov.in and at the Admission Centre in the Directorate of Technical Education, Alto-Porvorim, as per the specified schedule. All the applicants should error is detected, the applicant should inform the Chairman, Admission Committee within 24 hours in writing, failing which, the applicant himself/herself shall be responsible for the consequences of such an error.

Latest: Final & Provisional Merit List has been released, check below

Goa Diploma Admissions 2018 Merit List

Candidates can check their merit list here. Merit list for Goa Diploma Admission 2018 is available on the official website as well as this website. Candidates are advised to keep visiting this website for more details.

Schedule for merit list is given below.

Event Hotel Management Date Other Course Date
Display of Provisional merit list at Admission Centre at Directorate of Technical Education. 05 Jun 2018  21 Jun 2018
Display of Final Merit List at Admission Centre at Directorate of Technical Education. 06 Jun 2018  22 Jun 2018

Merit List:

  • Click Here to check the Final Merit List for Other Course.
  • Click Here to check the Final Merit List for Hotel Management.
  • Click Here to check the Provisional Merit List for Other Course.
  • Click Here to check the Provisional Merit List for Hotel Management.

official website www.dte.goa.gov.in

The basis for preparing the merit list for admissions to different courses shall be as under:

Engineering /Technology:

  • The candidate with higher marks in aggregate at SSC (Std. Xth) or equivalent examination shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  • In case two applicants have equal qualifying marks at SSC, the candidate with higher marks in the subject of Mathematics shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  •  In case the marks in Mathematics are also equal, the applicant with higher aggregate marks in Science shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  •  If conditions at (a), (b) & (c) above are also found equal, then the applicant with higher marks in the subject of English will be placed higher in the order of merit.

MOP & HMCT:

  •  The candidate with higher marks in aggregate at HSSC (Science/Commerce/Arts/ Vocational) or equivalent examination shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  •  In case two applicants have equal qualifying marks at HSSC(Science/Commerce/ Arts/Vocational), the candidate with higher marks in the subject of English at HSSC shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  •  Incase the marks in English are also equal, the applicant with higher aggregate marks in SSC shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  •  If conditions at (a), (b) & (c) above are also found equal, then the applicant with higher marks in the subject of English at SSC will be placed higher in the order of merit.

D. Pharm:

  •  The candidate with higher marks in total of the subjects in Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Mathematics taken at HSSC (Science) or equivalent shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  • In case two applicants have equal marks at HSSC (Science) in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics / Biology, candidate with higher marks in the subject of Mathematics /Biology at HSSC shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  •  In case the marks in Mathematics /Biology at HSSC are also equal, the applicant with higher aggregate marks in HSSC shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  •  If conditions at (a), (b) & (c) above are also found equal then, the applicant with higher marks in the subject of English at HSSC will be placed higher in the order of merit.

HSSC(Science) for Direct Second Year Admissions:

  •  The candidates with higher marks in aggregate in academic subjects at HSSC (Science), shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  •  In case two applicants have equal qualifying marks, the candidates with higher marks in the subjet of Mathematics at HSSC shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  •  In case the marks in Mathematics at HSSC are also equal, the applicant with higher aggregate mark at SSC shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  •  If conditions at (a), (b) & (c) above are also found equal, then the applicant with higher marks in the subject of English at SSC will be placed higher in the order of merit.

HSSC Vocational & ITI for Direct Second year Admissions

  •  The candidate with higher marks in aggregate at HSSC (Vocational)/ITI, as the case may be, shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  • In case two applicants have equal qualifying marks, the candidate with higher marks in the subject of Mathematics at SSC shall be placed higher in the order of merit.
  •  In case the marks in Mathematics at SSC are also equal, the applicant with higher aggregate mark in Science at SSC shall be placed higher in the order of merit
  •  If conditions at (a), (b) & (c) above are also found equal then the applicant with higher marks in the subject of English at SSC will be placed higher in the order of merit.

If all the conditions at (i), (II), (III) and (IV) are found equal, then applicant with the earlier date of birth will be placed higher in the merit list.

While computing inter-se merit additional marks as given below shall be awarded:

Applicants who have represented the country in a recognised sport or
game at an International event, at least once during the period of Std. IX / X or XI/XII as applicable.
15 marks
Applicants who have represented the State of Goa in a recognised
sport or game at a National event, at least once during the period of Std. IX / X or XI/XII as applicable.
10 marks
Applicants who have represented the State of Goa as N.C.C. Cadets at the
Republic Day Parade in New Delhi during the academic year of Std. IX / X or XI/XII as applicable.
10 marks
Applicants who have passed ‘B’ / ‘C’ certificate of NCC during StdIX / X or XI/XII as applicable. 5 marks
Applicant who has been awarded Best N.C.C. cadet in India 15 marks
Applicants who received National Bravery Award. 10 marks
Applicants who received State Bravery Award. 5 marks

However, the total additional marks that may be added to any one applicant on account shall not exceed 15 (Fifteen) marks. The additional marks for extra-curricular achievements shall not be added to become eligible. However, once eligible, additional marks shall be computed towards position in order of merit.

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