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NITs Cutoff for B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering – Candidates applying for admissions through JoSAA in the National Institutes of Technology (NITs) to B.Tech in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering can check the JEE Main Cutoff on this page. The NITs cutoff for the B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering is the minimum score required for admissions to the NITs in B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. Cutoff will be different for each NIT and will be dependent on factors like the number of applicants, seat intake, difficulty levels of the JEE Main exam and the cutoff of the previous years. The NITs Cutoff for Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering has not been announced for 2019. However, candidates can go through the NITs cutoff for the Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering of the previous years to get an idea of the minimum scores required. Check the NITs Cutoff for B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering for both the Home State quota as well as the All India quota.
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The total number of seats for B.Tech in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering that were offered by the NITs in different parts of the country in 2016 was 186 seats. 50% of the seats are for Home state quota and 50% all India quota. Admissions will be held commonly through the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA).
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Factors determining the NITs Cutoff for B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Varied factors are taken into account while determining the cutoff for Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering at NITs. Some of the parameters are given below in the table.
Total number of applicants at each NIT for B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
The total number of seats available at the NITs
The difficulty levels of the JEE Main 2019 exam
Cutoff marks of the previous years
JoSAA has not yet announced the NITs Cutoff for B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. Candidates can however use the previous year cutoffs to get an idea of the opening and closing ranks that availed seats in B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering at the various NITs.
NITs offering B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
National Institute of Technology, Agartala
National Institute of Technology, Nagaland
National Institute of Technology, Rourkela
National Institute of Technology, Silchar
NITs Cutoff 2019 for B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
As cutoff for 2019 is not available, candidates can check the cutoff of NITs for B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering for previous years from the tables given below.
Previous Year's NITs Cutoff for B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
NITs 2018 Cutoff for B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Home State (Closing Rank)
Other State (Closing Rank)
NITs 2017 Cutoff for B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
NITs 2016 Cutoff for B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Closing Rank of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering at NITs (Other State)
Closing Rank (2015)
National Institute of Technology Agartala
Students can check below closing rank (open category) of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering across all NITs that offer this branch.
Closing Rank of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering at NITs (Home State)
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