Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science Engineering Entrance Examination
Hi Sriranga Sannihith,
No, There is no Negative Marking for the HITSEEE Examination. On an average around 4000 to 5000 students take the HITSEEE exam every year and the candidates who secured a good rank also secures the scholarships from the Hindustan University. To know more insights regarding HITSEEE 2020 refer the link :
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According to AME CET cut off students can choose the AME institute in DGCA, Govt. of India. After getting the marks up to AME CET cut off 2019, students can choose the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Institute which DGCA Approved. The AME CET cut off of 2018 is 110 marks out of 360. The candidates who scores more than 115 marks are able to choose the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer institute.
HITS is a top ranked institution with growing international reputation for excellence. For more details and HISTEEE exam you can go through following website link
Yes sir i understand your query and like to give you brief about this as follows:
Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science (HITS), Tamil Nadu
offers degree, diploma, integrated and industry collaborated programmes to aspirants at the undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG) and doctorate (PhD) level. The programmes offered at the UG and PG levels are majorly in the streams of Engineering and Architecture.
The other programmes offered at UG and PG level at HITS are:
Minimum Eligibility Criteria for UG & PG Courses
For admissions to
at HITS, students should have passed in plus two or equivalent with minimum 50% to 60% aggregate marks, depending on the programme.
Students can obtain admissions to HIT's
if they have a bachelors degree of minimum three years. The minimum aggregate marks required is 50%.
Aspirants are advised to thoroughly go through the eligibility criteria as mentioned by HITS for the course in which they wish to secure admission.
Admissions to UG and PG programmes at HITS is based on national level as well as university level exams. However, admissions to some of the programmes is based on merit too. Check details below.
Marks secured in the qualifying examination i.e. +2 level
A Pass in plus two or equivalent as approved by the Government of Tamil Nadu.
Merit based. Also accepts
On the basis of marks secured in graduation
Selected candidates will be intimated by the University following which they would have to complete the admission process.
At Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, the B tech fee structure ranges from INR 152000 per annum to INR 221500.For mechanical engineering it is INR 171000 tution fee, INR 53500 other fee and total fee would be INR 224500 per annum.
All the very best for your future.!!
Hi Poojith,The HITSEE marks that determine the cut-off ranks differ from college to college depending on the number of applications they receive. You have a high rank, hence you definitely have a chance of securing the branch of engineering you desire, however in which colleges you will be eligible, you can only find out through the counseling process. I suggest you register for the counseling and see your options once they are available to you.Cheers.
Rajesh HITSEE score is accepted by many colleges and universities in India.As you have not mentioned your college priority I won't be able to clarify you about the college,but can assure you that your brother's rank in HITSEE is great and he definitely stand a good chance to get in the course(aeronautical engineering).I would suggest you to appear in the counselling.
Hope it helped.
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If you will be shortlisted for an interview,no difficult questions would be ask to you and only simple and sober questions will be asked based on your career and all other than that don't worry and be happy for the results.
Best wishes for future
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