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IITs cutoff for B.Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering - To be able to get admission in the coveted institutes, candidates will have to meet the cutoff of IITs for B.Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. JoSAA, the common counselling body will prepare and release IITs cutoff for B.Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering for the qualified candidates of JEE Advanced. The cutoff of IITs for B.Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering will be prepared by following certain influential factors because of which it will vary for each category and institute. Candidates can check the previous years’ cutoff and factors required to make it from the article given below. However, it is important that candidates don’t use it as basis or keep them as target when preparing for JEE Advanced exam.
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Factors used to make cutoff for B.Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
Difficulty level of JEE Advanced 2019 exam
Previous years’ cutoff trends
Number of candidates
Number of seats available
IITs B.Tech Cutoff for B.Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering for Previous Year’s
Candidates can check the cutoff of previous year’s and estimate it for this year.
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IITs cutoff 2018 for B.Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Indian Institute of Technology Ropar
IITs Cutoff 2017 for B.Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
ST - PwD
General - PwD
IITs Cutoff for B.Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (2016 and 2015)
Closing Rank - 2015
Closing Rank - 2016
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The JEE advance clearance depends on two things; minimum marks secured in each subject and minimum aggregate marks. For ST category, last year, the minimum marks needs to be secured in each subject was 5 and minimum aggregate marks was 17.5. A revised cut off was also released which lowered the minimum marks aggregate marks to 12.5
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It's difficult to tell you the exact about the qualifying cutoff & the exact rank. But as per the previous year cutoff you should have decent chance to qualify the exam as OBC category.
You may calculate your expected general rank by this formula
100 - your total percentile score is the percentage of people ahead of you. 874469 are the number of candidates appeared for Jan exam. So rank formula is (100 - your total score) X 869010 /100. If the number of candidates for April exam increased to 1200000 then your final rank shall be (100 - your total score) X 1200000/100
Using the formula
(100 - your total score) X 869010 /100
Your probable general rank will be 1,73,802.
The chances are less to get a seat in NITs, IIITs & GFTIs however you can go for the state level counselling. You can check your state level counselling admission possibilities with JEE Main College Predictor tool given below.
I would like to inform you that you will have to clear JEE Mains paper 1 to be able to qualify for JEE Advance exam. If you clear JEE Advance exam, you need to appear for AAT(Architecture Aptitude Test) exam conducted by the IITs. Then you can get a seat in IIT for B.Arch degree else by appearing in JEE Mains paper 2, you can get into an NIT according to your rank.
You can check for different colleges by going through this link:
Wishing you all the best for your upcoming exams and for your future.
I would like to inform tyou that there is no JEE Advance exam being conducted for B.Arch. To appear for JEE Advance exam you have to qualify in the JEE Mains exam i.e, JEE Main B.tech paper. Then you will have to clear JEE Advance exam and score a good AIR. Then you will have to appear for AAT(Architecture Aptitude Test) conducted by IITs to get a seat in B.Arch in IITs.
You can go through this link to predict the different colleges which you can get based upon your rank and percentile.
Wishing you all the best for your future and for your upcoming exams.
I would like to inform you that to appear for JEE Advance exam you have to qualify JEE Mains exam i.e JEE Main B.tech paper. Then you will have to clear JEE Advance exam and score a good AIR. Then you will have to appear for AAT(Architecture Aptitude Test) conducted by IITs.
Only then you will be able to get a seat for B.Arch in IITs.
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