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KIITEE RESULT 2017, CUT OFF

  • Result for the KIITEE 2017 will be declared on the 05th of May 2017
  • Based on the marks secured by candidates in the entrance test, a separate merit list will be prepared for all courses.
  • The qualifying cut-off mark will be fixed by the university at the time of declaration of the result.
  • The result will be published at the website of the university.
  • Candidates can see their results by providing their application number.
  • The qualified candidates will get their rank card with details about the rank they have secured in the entrance test.
  • Candidates can also download the rank card from the website of the institution.
  • Counseling and allocation of seats will be done purely on merit basis, which means that on the basis of the performance of the test taker in the entrance test.
  • Candidates will have to attend the counseling as per the schedule, which will be posted after the declaration of the results.
  • The counseling process will come to an end as soon as all the seats reserved are filled.

KIITEE Cut-off:

  • The university will decide the qualifying cut-off for the year 2017 for different courses after the results are declared.
  • The cut-off will be decided on the basis of different factors like those mentioned below:
    • The number of candidates taking the test for each course will decide the minimum and maximum cut-off for admission to the appropriate courses.
    • The number of seats available for the course will be considered.
    • The performance of candidates in the test will be a factor. For instance, if many candidates sore well in the test, the cut-off marks will go up and the reverse thing will happen if the number of candidates performing well in the test is lesser in number.
  • Candidates can however, judge the cut-off percentage on the basis of past trends. Here are the details of past cut-off score for different branches of engineering.

Branch of Engineering

Cut-off scores

 

2015

2013

Civil Engineering

29689

17756

Computer Science and Engineering

5044

5356

Electrical

24207

12863

Electronics and Electrical

20970

14376

Electronics and instrumentation

30415

17749

Electronics and telecommunication

14233

9949

Information technology

16614

15813

Mechanical

11748

5775

Mechanical Engineering (Automobile)

17648

17744

  • On the basis of these cut-off scores, candidates can somewhat judge the cut-off they can expect for each of the branches of engineering for KIITEE 2017.

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