Andhra Pradesh has the maximum number of registrations (37,298 including 29,606 males) followed by Uttar Pradesh (28,337), Bihar (18,861), Maharashtra (14,801), Rajasthan (12,839) and Tamil Nadu (12,555). Among the cities, Hyderabad topped the list with 13,983 candidates followed by Delhi (13,270), Kota (10,461), Patna (9,669) and Vijayawada (8,913). Chennai recorded 5,844 registrations and Vellore, 2,301.
The results of the examinations will be announced online on or before April 28 at www.vit.ac.in, www.schools9.com, www.indiaresults.com, www.minglebox.com, www.shiksha.com, www.bharathedu.com, www.examresults.net among others.
Counselling for admissions will be held from May 19 to 22. Counselling for those with ranks up to 8,000 will be held on May 19, followed by those with ranks up to 12,000 on May 20. Ranks up to 16,000 will sit for counselling on May 21, and those with ranks up to 20,000 will sit on May 22, 2014. The university offers scholarships for meritorious students. The chancellor said that central and state board toppers would be awarded a 100 per cent fee waiver for all four years. VITEEE rank holders between 1 and 50 will be given 75 per cent fee waiver, while those ranking from 51 to 100 will be given 50 per cent and between 101 and 1,000 will be given a 25 per cent tuition fee waiver.
Results postponed to May 1st