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K.J. Somaiya Polytechnic is NBA accredited up to 30-06-2025

ज्ञानादेव तु कैवल्यम् - Knowledge Alone Liberates 


Admissions to 1st Semester are official in accordance with the rules framed by Govt. of Maharashtra. 

DTE 2023 Diploma Admissions CAP Infomation

Required Documents

DTE Maharashtra Rules 

Intake for Aided and Unaided Courses

Seat Distribution

Aided Minority (Civil,Mech,Elect,IndEtx)

Candidates whose mother tongue is Gujarati.

Civil-30,Elect-30,Mech-30Ind Etx-15

105 Seats

Aided Non-minority (Civil,Mech,Elect,IndEtx) Civil-30,Elect-30,Mech-30Ind Etx-15 105 Seats

Unaided Minority (Comp Engg./Electrical/Mechanical/Ind. Etx):

Candidates whose mother tongue is Gujarati

(Comp-31,Elect-31,Mech-31,Ind. Etx-16)

109 Seats

Unaided Institute Level quota (Comp Engg./Electrical/Mechanical/Ind. Etx):

Any Candidates satisfying eligibility criteria

(Comp-12,Elect-12,Mech-12,Ind. Etx-06)

42 Seats

Unaided Non-minority (Comp Engg./Electrical/Mechanical/Ind. Etx):

Any Candidates satisfying eligibility criteria

(Comp-17,Elect-17,Mech-17,Ind. Etx-08)

59 Seats

Note : * All the seats will be filled up strictly by merit
* Name appearing in merit list does not assure a admission.
* Admission is confirmed only after attending admission round and payment of fees.

Eligibility Criteria:Click to View
  • Maharashtra State Candidates only are eligible for admission to First year of diploma courses in Engineering / Technology:
  • OMS (Other than Maharashtra state) candidates are eligible for Institute Level admissions after exhausting the list of Maharashtra state candidates.

Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the SSC (Std.X) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination.

Minimum 35% marks in Best of 5 aggregate for candidates of all categories.


  • The term 'aggregate marks' used here shall mean the grand total marks obtained by the candidate, taken together for best 5 subjects.
      • Best of 5 aggregate marks in case of candidates who have passed qualifying exam on or before 2009 shall be decided by selecting any 5 subjects in which maximum marks are scored.
      • ICSE candidates shall have following options
        • Out of 6 subjects comprising of 4 subjects from Group 1 and 2 subjects from Group 2, best of 5 subject's marks shall be considered for Admission / Merit.
        • All 7 subject's marks shall be considered for Admission / Merit in case of seeking benefit of marks of subjects from Group 3.
      • For CBSE Candidates :- if the marks are given in the form of Grade points then equivalents % of marks shall be calculated as follows
        • The CGPA is the average of Grade Points obtained in all the subjects excluding additional 6th subject as per Scheme of Studies.
        • Subject wise indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x GP of the Subject.
        • Overall indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x CGPA
      • ICSE and CBSE Candidates are required to provide equivalent marks authorized from the concerned Institute / Board in case of marks given in Grades.
      • Candidates passing SSC Examination from Maharashtra Board having included marks for Sports etc. in Grand Total mentioned in the mark sheet shall be considered.
      • Any Amendments / Acts / Judgments which may be published by Government / Hon. Courts of India from time to time will be applicable to Candidates and Institutes covered under these rules of admission.
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