KIITEE Cut Off 2020

Knowing the details of the KIITEE cutoff 2020 will be an important metric that will allow the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology to continue the admission process after the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Exam has been administered to the candidates who applied for the entrance exam. Each course has its own KIITEE cutoff, which will determine which candidates are eligible for admission. Multiple factors will influence the KIITEE cutoff, and these factors will be explored in detail. Once the cutoff has established the number of admitted candidates, the decisions taken by the KIIT, as well as the ranks awarded, will be final. 

Aspects Determining KIITEE Cutoff

One of the few key aspects that will determine the KIITEE cutoff will be the results of the KIITEE examination that will be held along with a few other factors listed below: 

  • Total number of vacant seats available

  • Total number of candidates who applied and took the KIITEE

  • Total number of reserved seats

  • Examination difficulty level

  • KIITEE results

Previous Year’s KIITEE Cutoff Table

Here are the details of the cutoffs from previous years that candidates can review: 

KIITEE Cutoff 2019:

Course

Cutoff rank

Master of Mass Communication (Integrated)

200

Bachelor of Design

634

B.Tech

26984

BCA

925

Bachelor of film and TV production

402

Master of public health

54

Master of Hospital Administration

81

BBA

1561

Biotechnology - Dual Degree

3137

Master of Mass Communication

43

MCA

2216

MCA (Lateral Entry)

585

M.Sc (computer science)

54

M.Com

31

M.Sc Biotechnology/ M.Sc. Applied Microbiology

517

KIITEE Cutoff 2018: 

Course

Cutoff rank

Electronics and Instrumentation engineering

30415

Electrical Engineering

24207

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

20970

Computer science Engineering

5044

KIITEE Cutoff 2017: 

Courses

Cutoff Rank

Electrical Engineering

24207

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

20970

Electronics and Telecommunication

14233

Computer Science Engineering

5044

Information Technology

16614

Mechanical Engineering

11748

Civil Engineering

29689

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

30415

Mechanical Engineering (Automobile)

17648

KIITEE Cutoff 2015:

Courses

Cutoff rank

Information Technology

16614

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

20970

Civil Engineering

29689

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

30415

B.Tech Courses

2015

Electronics and Telecommunication

14233

Mechanical Engineering (Automobile)

17648

Computer Science Engineering

5044

Electrical Engineering

24207

Mechanical Engineering

11748


Once the Examination is complete and the results have been announced, the candidates who have scored within the cutoff rank/percentage will be able to go through the process of counselling which is the next step in the admission process. 


FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Are there any other parameters involved in selecting the KIITEE cutoff?

The overall parameters for the KIITEE cutoff are decided by the number of vacant seats, the number of candidates who applied, the seats already reserved in the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, the difficulty level of the examination, and the overall results obtained by each candidate as a result of their performance in the examination. Other factors that affect a candidate’s cutoff will be the course for which they applied, given that each course offers a different number of seats, and thus each course will have a different cutoff rank.

2. What is the purpose of the KIITEE cutoff rankings?

The cutoff rankings are a system used by the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology to decide which candidates will further go to the next stage in the admission process after reviewing their performance in the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Examination (KIITEE). Given that the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology has a limited number of seats for each course, it will not be possible for them to accept all applicants or candidates who applied for/ took the KIITEE. The KIITEE also allows the exam conductors to determine which candidates will do well in their institution.

3. Is there a way to change one’s ranking once the cutoff is released?

No, the released rankings are final. The rankings are a result of scoring each student’s result to the same set standard in the KIITEE, and such will not be subject to change. The cutoff changes each year and depends on several factors (as listed above). Candidates do not have a provision to change their rankings as the exam is graded fairly, and the rankings that are awarded are a direct result of this process. Any candidates who wish to change their rankings will only be able to do so in an entrance exam in the following year.