|Start Date||End Date||Remark|
|Application Form Date||18-Apr-2018||25-May-2018|
|Result Date||07-Jul-2018||N/A||Result is coming up|
Haryana LEET or famously known as LEET is a state-level lateral entry entrance test for admission into 2nd year/3rd Semester of B.E./B.Tech programs in Engineering colleges in Haryana. LEET is also referred to as OLET (Online Lateral Entry Test) in official notifications. LEET 2018 is scheduled tentatively in for May 30, 2018.
LEET is conducted annually by Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES) and admissions are provided to successful aspirants on the basis of the inter-se-rank secured in the entrance test and availability of seats.
|Exam Name||Haryana Lateral Entry Entrance Test (Haryana LEET)|
|Type||State-Level Entrance Test|
|Courses||Lateral entry into 2nd year/3rd semester of Undergraduate Engineering Programs|
|Eligibility||Diploma in Engineering/Technology or B.Sc in a relevant branch|
|Period of Exam||90 Minutes|
|Organizing Body||Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES)|
|Official Website||http://www.hstes.org.in (for information & result) www.onlinetesthry.gov.in (for application, hall ticket and result) www.techadmissionhry.gov.in (for online counselling)|
|Application Fee||INR 500 (General Category) INR 200 (all Reserved Categories)|
|Number of Exam Centers||About 12 across Haryana|
LEET 2018 is scheduled tentatively for May 2018. The table indicates the tentative important dates for LEET 2018. The schedule will vary for reserved category aspirants like Kashmiri migrants and those claiming Tuition Fee Waiver.
|Availability of LEET Application Form online||April 2018|
|LEET Application Form Submission Deadline||May 2018|
|Availability of LEET Hall Ticket||May 2018|
|LEET 2018 Scheduled Dates||End May – 1st week of June 2018|
|Declaration of LEET Result||June 2018|
|Submission of Online Counselling Fees and Registration for same starts||June 2018|
|LEET 2018 off-campus, online Counselling||July 2018|
Aspirants must meet the eligibility guidelines allowed by HSTES before applying online. The basic eligibility to apply for the LEET 2018 is mentioned below
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Haryana LEET 2018 Application Form is expected to be available from the final week of April 2018 until mid-May 2018 at www.onlinetesthry.gov.in. The steps involved in filling the LEET 2018 Application Form are:
The steps are elaborated below:
Note: Participants claiming reservation under KM or TFW categories required to send a copy of the filled in application form, proof of application fee payment, supporting document towards reservation status, and academic certificates to HSTES, Bays No. 7-12, Sector-4, Panchkula, before the submission deadline.
There will no provision for making corrections in LEET Application Form at later stages. All the details should be therefore cautiously furnished and verified before submitting the form.
|Reserved Category (SC/BC/PH/FF/TFW/KM/Female Aspirant)||INR 200|
The Application Fees for LEET 2018 can be paid using either online or offline modes.
Participants can download their Hall Tickets from the official website expectantly mid-May 2018 onwards. On the day of the exam, aspirants need to carry in person two printouts of the LEET 2018 Hall Ticket, attested copies of participants’ passport-size photo and one valid Photo ID proof to the exam center.
Steps to download LEET 2018 Hall Ticket online are:
Haryana LEET Exam will be conducted at 12 centers across the state, in three shifts in each center, for the convenience of participants. The number of centers or shifts will be increased or decreased depending on the number of participants. Aspirants can specify their choice of test center and shifts while filling LEET application form.
|Center Name and Address||Center Name and Address|
|University Library, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra||Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram Univ. of Sc. & Tech., Murthal, Sonepat|
|Deptt. Of Engg. & Tech., Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak||Govt. Polytechnic, Hisar|
|University Computer & Informatics Centre, GJU of Sc. & Tech., Hisar||Govt. Polytechnic, Ambala|
|YMCA University of Science & Technology, Faridabad.||Govt. Polytechnic, Manesar|
|Govt. Polytechnic, Nilokheri||Indira Gandhi University, Meerpur, Rewari|
|Govt. Polytechnic, Sonepat||Seth Jai Parkash Polytechnic, Damla, Yamunanagar|
LEET 2018 is an online, objective-MCQ type examination. The paper is split into 4 sections, posing questions to test technical knowledge and basic sciences.
The exam will be of 90 minutes.
1 mark for each accurate response
No Negative Marking in the exam.
The exam will be in online mode.
There will be Objective questions.
There will be 90 questions
LEET Exam Format highlights are tabulated below:
|Type of Questions||MCQ|
|Total Marks||90 marks|
|Marking Scheme||+1 for each accurate response No Negative Marking|
|Sections||Section A- Basic Sciences (25 questions)|
|Section B- Electronic Stream Courses (25 questions)|
|Section C- Mechanical Stream Courses (20 questions)|
|Section D- Other Stream Courses (20 questions)|
Aspirants can find below the subjects and topics comprised in each section:
There are plenty of reference material available for exam preparation of LEET 2018. Here is an indicative list of books that aspirants can refer to.
|Book Name||Author’s Name/Publisher|
|LEET (Objective-Type) For Haryana||Vaneet Singh and Gurmeet Singh|
|Guide to LEET (Lateral Entry Entrance Test)||G.K. Publishers|
|Lateral Entry to Engineer Degree (B.E./B. Tech) Exam Guide: Entrance Exam||Ramesh Publishing House|
LEET 2018 will be released online on both HSTES official website as well as the LEET official website www.onlinetesthry.gov.in, tentatively in June 2018. There is no provision for the re-evaluation of result and HSTES will entertain no requests for the same. To download LEET 2018 Score Card, follow the steps mentioned below
In case of two aspirants scoring equal marks, the following tie-break criteria will be adopted by the board:
Aspirants required to register online on www.techadmissionshry.gov.in to take part in LEET online counselling and deposit the requisite counselling fee of INR 500 (for all aspirants) via either online or offline mode.
Aspirants must also submit their choice of programs and colleges in accordance with the eligibility criteria specified by HSTES. The fee structure of different self-financing technical institutions is available on the website www.techeduhry.gov.in. In total 124 engineering colleges are expected to take part in the seat allocation procedure. LEET Counselling Procedure is expected to commence from July 2018.
Hooghly, West Bengal
Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu
Palampur, Himachal Pradesh
New Delhi, Delhi NCR
Solan, Himachal Pradesh
Chennai, Tamil Nadu