IITs Cutoff for Top B.Tech Branches 2020-21: Expected & Previous Years Cut-off

Every Year Lakhs of aspirants apply for the very prestigious Indian Institute of Technology. Students always asked us about the last year and expected cutoff for different branches that are being offered by different IITs in India. Aspirants who apply for the colleges need to clear the Cut off to finally get selected for their dream college.

The Previous Years’ IITs Cutoff for Top B.Tech Branches was based on various parameters like numbers of appearing candidates, total numbers of seats, and the difficulty level of the examination. Throughout this article, we are going to share IITs Cut-off for all branches.

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[Page Index]
1. JEE Advanced Useful Resources

2. Important Dates
3. IITs Expected Cutoff for All Branches.
4. Previous Years’ IITs Cutoff for Top B.Tech Branches
5. IIT’s Cutoff for All Branches 2020 (Expected)
6. Entrance Exams in India
7. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
8. List of Top Colleges in India

JEE Advanced Useful Resources

Here we have mentioned some useful resources of JEE Advanced 2020, that will help you.

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JEE Advanced 2020 Eligibility CriteriaClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 Exam PatternClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 Slot BookingClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 College PredictorClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 Rank PredictorClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 SyllabusClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 BooksClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 Previous Year PaperClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 Sample PaperClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 Admit CardClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 Test SeriesClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 Cut-OffClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 CounselingClick Here
JEE Advanced 2020 Seat MatrixClick Here

Important Dates

The IIT Delhi has announced the official notification for the JEE Advanced 2020 Examination. According to this notification, the exam will be held on the 27 September 2020. The entrance exam will be held in a single day in two sessions – Morning and Afternoon session. Below we have mentioned the Complete schedule of Examination.

ScheduleDates 
Application form release11th September 2020 (Expected)
Last date for filling the application16th September 2020 ( Expected)
Last date to submit the application fee17th September 2020 (Expected)
Release of admit card21st to 27th September 2020 (Expected)
Exam date27th September 2020 (Announced)
JEE Advanced Result05th October 2020 (Announce)
AAT online registration05th to 06th October (Expected)
Exam date08th October 2020 (Announced)
Declaration result 11th October 2020 (Announced)
Tentative Start of Seat Allocation Process06th October 2020 (Announced)
Tentative End of Seat Allocation Process09th November 2020 (Announced)

IITs Expected Cutoff for All Branches.

Before we speak the cut-off score for different colleges, let us first find out the various factors determining the IITs cutoff for most popular branches offered by Indian Institute of Technology.

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Determining Factors:

Aspirants may look into this mentioned consideration to take admission in Top B.Tecgh Branches offered by IITs.

  • The number of applying candidates.
  • The difficulty level
  • Number of questions asked
  • Previous year cutoff trends
  • Performance of the candidates
Category Percentile Cutoff Score (based on 2019 Results) Tentative Cutoff Score for 2020-21 (out of 360)
Common Rank List 93 – 90 88 to 80
General EWS 82 – 75 62 to 51
OBC – NCL 76-74 49 to 44
SC 63 – 49 42 to 31
ST 49-44 30 to 23
PWD 0.11371730 -18 to 10

Read Also: List of Top 100 Engineering College in India: NIRF Ranking 2020 Released by MHRD

Previous Years’ IITs Cutoff for Top B.Tech Branches

Now have a look at the expected and previous year Cut-off score for all the branches that are being offered by the Indian Institute of Technology.

S.NoCourse NameCut-off Link
1.Civil EngineeringClick Here
2.Electronics and Communication EngineeringClick Here
3.Metallurgical and Materials EngineeringClick Here
4.Computer Science and EngineeringClick Here
5.Biotechnology EngineeringClick Here
6.Chemical EngineeringClick Here
7.Aerospace EngineeringClick Here
8.Mining EngineeringClick Here
9.Mechanical EngineeringClick Here

IIT’s Cutoff for All Branches 2020 (Expected)

The candidates applying for various Engineering courses are advised to check these important Instruction Related to different IIT.

SUCCESS MANTRA
  • The IIT’s cut-off 2020 for popular branches will be based on various parameters like numbers of appearing candidates, total numbers of seats, the difficulty level of the examination, and last year admission record.
  • The Cutoff marks will be announced to only those candidates who will qualify the JEE Mains & JEE Advanced.
  • The candidate who will secure the highest mark will get the top rank, whereas, the candidates with low marks will be allotted the lowest rank.
  • The Selection Board of JOSSA will not announce the Minimum Cutoff Marks for a specified Engineering Branch or College.
  • The Board will announce the opening/first rank and closing/last rank for different IIT Colleges participating in JEE Advanced.
  • The closing/last rank for a particular college will be based on the total number of seats in a college with the total number of candidates appeared in JOSSA 2020 Counselling.
  • Candidates are advised to fill their preferences according to their merit in the entrance examination

Scoring High in JEE Mains & JEE Advanced will help you to choose the best Engineering courses offered by The Indian Institute of Technology. 

Read Also: List of Top IIT Colleges in India: Rankings, Score & Much More!

Entrance Exams in India

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q. How many times is the JEE-Advanced exam held in a year?

A. 1 Time in a Year

Q. What is the age limit to appear in the JEE Advanced?

A. No Upper Age Limit

Q. Which IIT will conduct jee advanced 2022?

A. IIT Delhi.

Q. Is JEE Advanced advanced tough?

A. It will depend on your study. If your concept is clear about the subject then you probably pass the JEE Advanced exam.

Q. What does qualifying for JEE Advanced mean?

A. JEE Advanced exam is the Door to entering IIT Colleges. If you have qualified for the JEE Advanced exam so you are eligible for JEE Advanced Counselling procedure.

Q. Required document for JEE Advanced 2022 to enter into examination hall?

A. Admit card, original photo, identity card, pen & pencils

Q. Is pen or pencil allowed in JEE Advanced?

A. The exam is basically a Computer-based test. You will be given a Paper where you can use the Pen or Pencil for solving your question.

Q. When the JEE Advanced Exam will be held?

A. August 2022.

Q. Is Jee Advanced 2022 Online?

A. It Is a computer-based test.

List of Top Colleges in India

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About Jayant Jain

I am a Sociology graduate from Delhi University, working on cutoff released by various colleges and universities in India. Do you have any queries, Comment below.

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