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How do I decide which University is best for me?
Deciding on the colleges to which you will apply is not always easy. There are many factors that come into play; location, cost, ranking and programs of interest are just some of them. This section addresses some of the common considerations and gives guidance about how to get more information. The best information about colleges is often found on their own websites. Of course, you need to know which colleges are out there before you can look up their websites. We have tried to categorize all colleges/universities according to their courses. Please click on the Courses, Colleges or Information link to get details of the particular College/University.
How do I get in touch with the University of my choice?
There are twenty Universities under the national jurisdiction of India and more than 215 state-run Universities. In addition, there are more than 16.000 colleges either preparing students for the University or offering vocational training. Delegates from various universities visit our office often and we always try to find best solution for you. Fill free to click Enquiry with us.
How to obtain an AIEEE application form?
Applications can either be made online or submitted on a prescribed Application Form only.

Information Bulletin containing Application Form can also be obtained by post from the Assistant Secretary (AIEEE), Central Board of Secondary Education, PS 1-2, Institutional Area, I P Extension, Patparganj, Delhi 110092 or personally from the Regional Offices of CBSE and designated Branches of Syndicate Bank/other Banks/designated Institutions . Syndicate Bank/other Banks, the designated institutions and Regional Offices of the CBSE will not send the Information Bulletin by post. Hence, no request should be made to them for sending the Bulletin by post. Candidates should not buy the Information Bulletin from any private publisher/ vendor as these may be fake Information Bulletins.

The Regional Offices of CBSE, designated branches of Syndicate Banks/other Banks/designated Institutions are not responsible for any consequences that may arise due to non-availability of forms in case the copies of application forms are sold out before the last date. The candidate should get the Information Bulletin containing application forms from the Assistant Secretary (AIEEE), CBSE, PS 1-2 Institutional Area, IP Extension, Patparganj, Delhi 110 092 by post.

The online submission of particulars may be made at the website www.aieee.nic.in. The candidates should supply all the required details while filling up the online form. On submission of details, a Confirmation page with a Registration No. will be generated. Candidates are required to take a print out of the Confirmation page and paste photographs, put their left hand thumb impression and sign on the space earmarked for the purpose. The confirmation page is to be sent by Registered/Speed Post to CBSE.
What are the formalities for getting a loan?
The exact rate of interest for the education loan differs from one bank to the other. However, it usually varies from 10 to 15 percent. Apart from the fee of the course, a list of other expenses is also covered by education loans. However, the list depends upon the bank from which you are taking the loan. Education loan can be offered at a fixed as well as a floating interest rate. The interest is usually charged on a daily or monthly reducing balance. Generally, nationalized banks have been seen to offer variable interest rates, while private and foreign banks charged fixed interest rates on education loans. While applying for an education loan, you will have to pay a percentage of the loan amount, as processing fees. In most of the cases, the entire fee for a course is not financed by the bank. A certain proportion, called margin, has to be paid by the applicant. The margin requirements on education loans are not very rigid, with the average being 5 percent for studying in India and 15 per cent for studying abroad.

Eligibility Criteria
  •  The applicant should be an Indian national.
  •  He/she must have secured admission to professional/technical courses, through entrance test/selection process.
  •  He/she should be around 16-26 years of age or any other range specified by the bank.
  •  He/she should not be a minor.
  •  He/she should have a good academic track record.
  •  He/she should have parents or guardians with a stable source of income.
  •  He/she should have secured admission to a recognized university in India or abroad.
Documents Required
  •  Mark sheet of last qualifying examination for school and graduate studies in India
  •  Proof of admission to the course
  •  Schedule of expenses for the course
  •  Copies of letter confirming scholarship, if any
  •  Copies of foreign exchange permit, if applicable
  •  2 passport size photographs
  •  Statement of Bank account for the last six months of borrower/parents
  •  Income tax assessment order, not more than 2 years old
  •  Brief statement of assets and liabilities of borrower/parents
  •  If not an existing bank customer, Proof of Identity and Residence
  •  Two passport size photographs
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