TNEA rank list 2020 will be released by the Directorate of Technical Education (DoTE), Tamil Nadu on the official website on September 7 at tneaonline.org. The rank list will be considered by the participating universities for offering admissions. No entrance exam is organized by the University for offering admissions to engineering colleges.
The seats will be allotted to the candidates based on the class 12th class board exam percentage. Candidates can get admission in the various engineering colleges of Tamil Nadu state.
To prepare the TNEA rank list 2020, a normalization method is used. The overall rank and community wise TNEA rank lists have been published on the official website. In case there is a tie between the ranks of two or more candidates, the inter-se merit is determined using a set of parameters including the issue of random number. Based on the TNEA rank list 2020, shortlisted candidates will be called for the counselling process.
Steps to download TNEA Rank List 2020:
- Visit tneaonline.org
- Enter registered email id and password
- Access the TNEA rank list 2020 on the next window
- Check your roll no. and save the pdf for further use.
The random number will be allotted by the university to each candidate. Basically, it is a number which is allocated to the candidates to attend the counselling. Random number will be provided to the candidates before ranking of the candidates for preparing the merit list.
The random number will be assigned after verification of the application form. After assigning the random number, the merit list will be prepared by the university.
TNEA 2020 Normalization Method
- If the highest mark secured by the student of State Board of Tamil Nadu in Physics is 100 and the highest mark secured by a student of any other Board in the same subject is 90 both the highest marks will be considered to be equal to 100.
- If a student of the other Board secures 60 marks in Physics when the first mark in Physics in the same Board is 90, 60 marks will be considered to be equal to 66.66 marks as arrived below.
100 x 60 = 66.66 % 90
After normalisation of marks in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by different Boards, the qualified students shall be merged into a common merit list.
In the case of candidates who have qualified from National Boards namely CBSE and ISCE, the highest mark obtained in the relevant subject by the candidates at the National Level alone will be taken into consideration for normalisation. The other Boards will be requested to furnish the maximum marks scored in the relevant subjects. In case, such marks are not available before the preparation of rank, the maximum marks scored in that Board will be considered as 100%.