MU (Mumbai University) BE/B.Tech and B.Arch. Admissions 2018

Last Updated - February 22 2018

MU (Mumbai University) BE/B.Tech and B.Arch. Admissions 2018

Mumbai University (MU) is the oldest University which was founded in 1857 and situated at Mumbai, Maharashtra and one of the first three universities in India. The University was accorded 5-star status in 2001 & 'A' grade status in April 2012 by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). It has found its name in industrial & International collaborations and runs different professional courses. At the national level, it has excelled in sports, cultural and out-access activities.  Several private colleges in and around Mumbai are affiliated to MU. It has been granted University with Potential for Excellence (UPE) status by UGC and PURSE Scheme by DST.

In the last five years, it has seen 104% increase in undergraduate students. More than eighty of its teachers are on different professional bodies. The University of Mumbai is one of the largest universities in the world in terms of the number of students. Moreover, eighteen National/International awards have been won by the teachers in the last five years. The University also maintains a faculty-student ratio of 1:15.

Faculty of Engineering, Mumbai University provides the following programmes: the B.E. (Full Time), B.E. (Part-Time), B. Tech., B. The B. Arch Programme is a 5-year programme and is provideed by the different affiliated colleges of Mumbai University. Tech., B. Chem. The B.E. (Part Time) Programme is for a period of two years and the remaining Engineering programmes are 4-year i.e., 8-semester programmes. Engineering Programmes. Chem.

The University invites applications for admission to the above-mentioned programmes for the academic year 2018-19. The admission to the engineering programmes is via the Maharashtra Technical Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET) 2018 to be held on May 5th, 2018 (tentative). While the admission to B.Arch. The programme is via the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2018 to be held on different dates.


    01st Jun 2018


    03rd Mar 2018 - 28th Mar 2018

  • Method of Application


Eligibility Criteria for MU (Mumbai University) BE/B.Tech and B.Arch. Admissions 2018

BE/B.Tech & B.Arch

For Biomedical Engineering / Bio-Tech Engineering: You must have passed subject of Biology at the qualifying examination, in addition to fulfilling the above criteria.

For all courses except Biomedical Engineering / Bio-Tech Engineering:

  • You should have passed the Higher Secondary Certificate, HSC (Class 12th) examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or CBSE (Std. 12) examination or any other equivalent examination of a Council, Board or University outside the state of Maharashtra with subjects English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with a at least of 45 % marks for general category and at least 40 % marks for Backward class categories (belonging only to Maharashtra State) in the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics added together

For admission straight to Sem- III of Second year engineering course:

  • You should have passed Post-SSC or Post-HSC Diploma Course in Engineering / Technology with minimum 50% marks and 45% marks in case of backward class categories (belonging only to Maharashtra State) in the suitable discipline of Engineering / Technology from an AICTE approved Institution with English as the medium of instruction at Diploma level.
  • You should have passed the Diploma course in Engineering / Technology with at least of 50 % marks and medium of instruction as English from the Polytechnics affiliated to MSBTE or AICTE approved autonomous Polytechnics in Maharashtra State ( for Maharashtra State Aspirants) or such polytechnics located inside / outside the State of Maharashtra ( for Outside Maharashtra State Aspirants).
  • You should have passed B.Sc. Degree from a UGC / Association of Indian Universities recognised University with minimum 50% marks and 45% marks in case of backward class categories (belonging only to Maharashtra State) and passed Class 12th examination with Mathematics as the subject and with English as the medium of instruction at B.Sc. level.

How to apply for MU (Mumbai University) BE/B.Tech and B.Arch. Admissions 2018?


For all courses:

Step 1: You should register for MHT-CET online on the official website. You should take a print out of the Registration Confirmation page.

Scan the signature in 200 dpi (dots per inch) scanner resolution settings.

Step 4: You must then download and print the MHT-CET bank challan on an A4 size paper on a single page. This clears the registration procedure. The file size of each of them should not be more than 50 KB per file. Make the payment via the Bank Challan from any discipline of SBI Bank for: The file name of Photograph and signature should preferably be photo.jpeg and sign.jpeg respectively. and date of payment has been updated.

  • Rs 800.00 + Rs 60.00 Bank Commission - Open Aspirants
  • Rs 600.00 + Rs 60.00 Bank Commission - Reservation Category Aspirants

Step 5: You should log in to MHT-CET-2017 registration using your MHT-CET-2018 Registration No and password after 24 hours of making the payment and confirm if the Bank transaction ID No. You will find the Application for the “MHT-CET-2018 Registration” link.

Step 2: You should fill in the Application form with the individual details with a valid email id, mobile No. The picture should be taken against a light/white background. The signature should be on a white paper with a black ink pen. and a password on the first login.

Step 3: You should upload a recent colour passport size photograph and signature in JPEG pattern only.



You should register on the NATA website with a valid email ID. You should register well in advance to get your preferred test date.

You should then fill the form with the need individual and educational details.

Application Fee: You should pay the Application fee of Rs. 1250 either via credit card/debit card / net banking or you can generate the challan for depositing the payment via cash in any of the disciplines of the ICICI Bank all over India.

You shall need to pay additional charges as “procedures charges” for the following:- 

  • Domestic Credit Card:- 1.25% of the NATA Fee plus service tax as eligible
  • Domestic Debit Card:- 0.75% of the NATA Fees plus service tax as eligible
  • Collection via PAN India ICICI Disciplines in cash (via challan):- Rs.30 per transaction
  • Domestic Multiple Bank Net Banking Payment Gateway:- Rs.15 per transaction

You should select your preferred test centre from the given list.

You must then submit the Application online only. Your registration is now clear.

Recruitments for the exam are scheduled on a first-come, first-cater basis.

Selection Procedure for MU (Mumbai University) BE/B.Tech and B.Arch. Admissions 2018


Your selection will be on the basis of MHT – CET 2017 Examination. The syllabus for every subject will be the same as for the present year for HSC Examination (i.e., March 2018) of HSC Board of Maharashtra. Paper 3 includes of Mathematics with 50 questions with 2 marks for every accurate response.

Mumbai University Fee Structure
The MHT-CET-2018 for engineering admissions will consist of two question papers (Paper 1 and Paper 3). There shall be no negative marking for wrong responses. Each paper is of 100 marks and one and a half hours duration. The questions will be multiple choice type and all questions have to be responded.

Paper 1 consists of Physics and Chemistry with 50 questions each carrying one marks for every accurate response.


You will be selected on the basis of National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) 2018 organizeed by the Council of Architecture. The aesthetic sensitivity test measures perception, imagination and observation, creativity and communication along with architectural awareness

A mock test is also available at the NATA website.

The primary emphasis in scoring the drawing section is on your drawing, imagination and observation skills. The test measures your aptitude via two sections - a paper-based section for drawing and a computer-based section for aesthetic sensitivity.

Drawing Section: This is a two-hour paper where you have to attempt three questions. Your sense of proportion & perspective is also evaluated together with a sense of colour and composition.

Aesthetic Sensitivity Test: This is a computer based test where you have to response 40 multiple choice questions. You must be able to secure 40% score in NATA, i.e. minimum 80/200.

The test is in two parts, a paper-based drawing test and computer based online aesthetic sensitivity test.

Reservation Criteria of MU (Mumbai University) BE/B.Tech and B.Arch. Admissions 2018

The reservation criteria will be as per the norms prescribed by the Government of Maharashtra.

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