IITs Cutoff for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering - Check Opening & Closing Rank
IITs Cutoff for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering - Candidates will be able to access the cutoff of IITs for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering after the counselling rounds are conducted by the concerned authorities. Through the IITs cutoff for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering, the candidates will be able to check the minimum ranks that they need to secure to have higher chances of admission into the course offered by a limited number of institutes.
Stay up-to date with JEE Advanced News
The IITs cutoff for B.Tech will act as a screening process. It has to be noted that the cutoff of IITs cutoff for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering will be different for each institute, category and gender. While preparing the cutoff, the authorities will consider a variety of factors related to JEE Advanced or the institute such as number of seats, previous cutoff and more. Read the full article to know more about IITs Cutoff for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering.
IITs Cutoff 2022 for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering
The minimum ranks required to have higher chances of admission will be present in the cutoff of IITs 2022 for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering. After the cutoff is released by the authorities, the candidates will be able to check it in this article. The closing ranks will be made available through the B.Tech cutoff.
Determining Factors of IITs Cutoff 2022 for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering
The authorities will prepare the cutoff of IITs 2022 for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering after considering the following factors:
Previous years’ cutoff trends
Difficulty level of JEE Advanced 2022.
Total number of candidates who appeared for the entrance examination.
Number of applicants for Aerospace Engineering in each institute.
Previous Years’ IITs Cutoff for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering
Candidates can check the previous years’ cutoff of IITs for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering for reference from the tables given below.
IITs Cutoff 2020 for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering
|Name of Institutes||Category||Male||Female|
IITs Cutoff for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering 2019
IITs Cutoff for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering 2018
Name of the institutes
IITs Cutoff for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering 2017
Name of the institutes
IITs Cutoff 2016/2015 for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering
Name of the institute
Closing Rank - 2015
Closing Rank - 2016
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - IITs Cutoff for B.Tech Aerospace Engineering - Check Opening & Closing Rank
Question: Which IITs offer B.Tech in Aerospace Engineering?
The following IITs offer B.,Tech in Aerospace Engineering:
- IIT Kharagpur
- IIT Bombay
- IIT Madras
- IIT Kanpur
Question: How will the cutoff be calculated?
The cutoff will be prepared by the authorities after checking various factors such as number of applicants for the institute, difficulty level of the exam, previous year cutoff trends and more.
Question: Who will release the cutoff?
Joint Seat Allocation Authoritiy (JoSAA) will prepare the cutoff.
Question: How much do I need to secure for admissions into IIT Kanpur?
For B.Tech Aerospace Engineering admissions in IIT Kanpur, the candidates will have to secure 3497 (male) and 7516 (female) as per year 2020 cutoff.
IIT Seat Matrix 2023 - Candidates can check the seat matrix of...
Seat matrix of IIT Tirupati mentions the total number of seats...
Admission in IIT Dharwad is on the basis of JEE Advanced. Stud...
IIT Bhubaneswar Seat Matrix - Joint Seat Allocation Authority ...
Questions related to JEE Advanced
what is the 20 percentile of up board of 2022
According to your score 20 percentile in JEE mains , your rank will be under 1000000 . With this rank it is impossible to get any of the NITs or IIITs or CFTIs. Percentile indicates how many students have been outperformed by you in exam. Top 20 percentile means that you are ahead of 80% of the people. Percentile scores range from the 1st through 99th percentile, indicating the percentage of scores in the comparison group which are lower than the test taker's score. Generally the students are required to score more than 75% or above to enter to the top 20 percentile of their respective boards just to be eligible for joint entrance examination(JEE). Usually the cutoff marks for the general category students goes to 66-68%, for OBC 65-66% ,for SC 63% ,for ST 62.5% . Percentile ranks are often expressed as a number between 1 and 99, with 50 being the average. So if a student scored a percentile rank of 87, it would mean that they performed better than 87% of the other students in his norm group. There is no qualification criteria for giving JEE. For JEE you must have passed your class 12 board examination. But, to get admission into NIT/ IIT you'll have to be in the top 20 percentile of the boards.
In 2019, general category cutoff stood at 66.8%, fo 65.2% for other backward class (OBC), 63% for Scheduled Caste (SC) and 62.8% for Scheduled Tribes (ST).
So, usually for general category the percentage falls between 65-72. The official percentile data has not been declared by JOSAA yet.
is there any key change in provisional answer key and final answer key in jee advance 2022
Provisional Answer Keys that are released right after the exam, contains all the correct answers to all the questions asked in that attempt of JEE. During this time, the candidates can challenge any particular question/(s) if they think that the answer given in the provisional answer key is wrong.
The JEE authority goes through these challenges (if any) and reevlautes their answer key, and if they discover that some of those questions are genuinely wrong then they decide to drop those questions. After that, they proceed to release the final answer key which is the closest to all correct answers.
For example, in one of the July 2022 attempts of JEE Mains 6 questions were dropped upon discovering that they were incorrect. So yes, if such a thing happens then you would see some changes in the final answer key which werent there in the provisional answer key.
I hope that was helpful.
Can we see change in professional answer key and final answer key in jee advance 2022
I got 62 marks in Jee advanced will i get admission in iit
Hope you are doing well ! No at 62 marks ,you can't get admission in any iit through jee advanced exam . For a general candidate ,you need to get at least 35-40 percent of total marks .while for a reserved candidate like obc and ews you need to have at least 30 percent means above 100 marks ,for sc and st candidates of you have 90+ marks then you can get lower branch in lower iits of India .
Hope it helps you!
I got 82 marks in jee advanced iam GEN EWS can I get seat in iit
According to the rank and category mentioned by you in the question you have almost no chances of getting into any of the IITs even after considering 10% reservation quota for EWS as cut-offs for EWS category closes around 1000-1500 in all IITs as per past cut-off trends. How to Get EWS (Economically Weaker Section) Certificate for IIT JEE Main and JEE Advanced? From academic year 2019-20, there will be 10% reservation quota for the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) among General Category candidates in higher education engineering institutes (like IITs and NITs). EWS means economically backward section. EWS rank is the rank among the EWS students only. For example, if 1000 candidates attended the exam and there are 100 EWS candidates; if you are better than 500 candidates overall and better than 50 candidates from EWS then your general rank is 499 and your EWS rank is 49. You submitted EWS certificate. Now you secured 450 but the seats under EWS Category are filled but General Category seats are vacant. You will not be considered under EWS Category. Candidates belonging to General Category who have scored less than 450 will be given chance. An average of 500 seats will be offered to the candidates belonging from the economically weaker section of the society by the Indian Institute of Technology. This will be implemented from the academic year 2019 2020, as reported by Hindustan Times. The cut-off for qualifying for JEE (Advanced) was 89.75 percentile for open category students, and for EWS quota, it was 78.21percentile. Data from IITs indicate that EWS students who did not take advantage of the lower cut-offs, have scores above 89.75 percentile.