TNEA 2013 Cutoffs
TNEA 2013 cutoffs are the minimum marks as ascertained by the Anna University needed to qualify for admissions to the various engineering courses. The TNEA 2013 Cutoffs are determined by the number of applicants, intake per college/university and the previous year's cutoff. Students can determine the best course they can apply for, using the TNEA 2013 Cutoffs. Students can check out the previous years TNEA 2013 Cutoffs on this page to get an idea.
The TNEA 2013 Cutoffs for engineering are calculated as follows: Total Cut off marks /Total Marks (200 marks)
For example if a student secures 198 in Maths, 156 in Physics and 160 in Chemistry then the TNEA Engineering Cutoff marks for that students will be calculated as follows
Engineering Marks of this student
TNEA 2013 Cutoffs for CBSE Board students will be equated with the qualifying examination conducted by the State Board of Tamil Nadu using the Normalization method as follows:
Calculation of Normalization Marks = 100 x actual marks / highest marks of the same board
For example, a student scores 90 Marks in Math (CBSE) and the CBSE Toppers Marks in Maths are 95
Normalization Marks = 100*90/95=94.73648
Note: If the highest marks of a student (Tamil Nadu State Board) in a particular subject are 100 and the highest marks in the same subject of a student belonging to another board is 90 the highest marks for both the boards will be considered to be equal at 100.
The TNEA Rank list 2013 will be published by Anna auniversity on June 12 based on the TNEA 2013 Cutoffs, to be further used for Counselling for the TNEA 2013 Admisison process.
In 2012, University Departments of Anna University Chennai (CEG Campus) was the most desirable college among high scorers. Other top colleges were-
- P.S.G. College of Technology
- Coimbatore Institute of Technology
- Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering
- Thiagarajar College of Engineering
Candidates scoring the highest marks in TNEA 2012 opted Electronics & Communication Engineering branch. Apart from that, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering and Aeronautical Engineering were among the most sought-after engineering branches.
In 2012, University Departments of Anna University Chennai - CEG Campus was the most sought-after engineering college in Tamil Nadu that admitted the candidates on the basis of TNEA 2012. Branches like Electronics & Communication Engg. (ECE), Computer Science & Engg. (CSE) and Electrical & Electronics Engg. (EEE) were the most popular among the successful candidates there.
Click here to check TNEA 2015 Cutoffs
Questions related to TS EAMCET
i want to write mock tests where and how can i write ?
I would highly suggest you to First all the previous years question papers before attempting the Mock tests as because it will give you a good idea about the level of questions.
Also, you can attempt the mock tests by logging into the official website of tseamcet i.e tseamcet.nic.in
Here I will provide you the link which will give you the step wise procedure on how to attempt the mock papers-
what are the top 3 colleges in Hyderabad so that one can get through TS eamcet and what marks should we get in TS eamcet to get seats in those colleges
Hello pravallika ,
good to see you here,
Top 3 colleges through tseamcet are :
1.CBIT ,Gandipet ; min cutoff : 55, max cutoff :150
2.JNTUH ; min cutoff : 100 ,max cutoff :145
3.college of engineering ; min cutoff :95 , max cut off : 145
I hope this information will help for you.
when will TS eamcet be conducted 2020
Application Form date for TS EAMCET 2020 has been extended. TS EAMCET, which was due to be held between July 6 to 9, 2020, has been postponed until further notice.
Common Entrance Test 2020 is held for admission of eligible candidates in B.Tech, B.Sc., B.Pharm, B.V.Sc. & Animal Husbandry, B.F.Sc., and Pharm-D courses.
The date of examination is released soon.
For more detailed information. Kindly go through this link:
I hope it helps you.
is fee structure the same in engineering for local and non local students in telangana
Yes, the fee structure is same in all engineering college for local and non local students in Telangana. All the students are provided with equal opportunity. The areas are mentioned below.
Andhra University (A.U. area) includes Nagarjuna University area.
Sri Venkateswara University (S.V.U. area) includes Sri Krishnadevaraya University area.
Osmania University (O.U. area) includes Kakatiya University area.
Non Local areas:
• Candidates not meeting the above criteria will be considered as non-locals.
Candidate belonging to PIO / OCI category will be considered as under non local category only.