PESSAT Cut Off 2020

The PESSAT Cut off marks and percentile vary every year. As you might have guessed that the cut off is a particular level of marks that one has to attain to consider himself qualified in the exam. Based on the cut off marks and percentile, you will be eligible to take admission in your desired course. This also usually depends on where you are going to pursue the course and from one course to another.

Thus, the cut off marks for PESSAT becomes extremely important in taking you a step ahead in conquering your dreams. You have to be extremely meticulous and hardworking to achieve the highest score possible and crack the exam with flying colours.

Check out the Previous Year’s Qualifying Marks.

You can check the cut-off score and percentile that were valid last year for KMAT and MAT. However, the cut-off score and percentile for the other courses in 2020 will be announced soon on the official website of PESSAT. Looking at these two tables from 2019 will help you to get some ideas about how much you should prepare and what you should aim at.

KMAT:

Category

2019 cut-off by score

General

108

SC

54

ST

54

Socially and Educational Backward Communities

72

Economically Weaker Section

108


MAT:

Category

2019 cut-off by percentile

General

75%ile

OBC

75%ile

SC

75%ile

ST

75%ile

PWD

75%ile

Economically Weaker Section

75%ile


Importance of The Cut off Marks

You are bound to come across the cut off marks every time you apply at a college or university. This is not something new, and sooner or later, everyone faces it. So, here in the following points, you will know the importance of the cut off marks, or at times the cut off percentile.

  • The PESSAT Cut off will help you to be aware of what is the expected score or marks for admission. 

  • It also states if a candidate is eligible for that particular course.

  • The cut off also makes you aware of the level of competition in that particular subject. 

What To Do On Failing To Meet The Required Cut off Marks?

It is pointless to feel disheartened and demoralised if you do not get the required cut off marks. You have to come to terms with the fact that there is always a cut-throat competition out there. So if you do not meet the required percentage this time, then there is always a next time.

  • Start preparing for next year’s PESSAT.

  • Do not lose hope and try even harder. Solve more question papers and be ready to face challenges in the next exam.

  • Keep a close track of the other universities and see where do you stand in the competition.

  • You can also take suggestions from your friends and seniors who are already in a PES University.

Once you have acquired the cut off marks, then you will be admitted to the course applied for after the counselling sessions.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is the total number of courses offered by PES University?

PES University offers around 25 courses across 11 streams. You will have a variety of options to choose from. For some courses, you can even apply for Masters as well.

2. What is the course fee for M.Tech?

The course fee for M.Tech. is 3.0 lakhs INR. You will get to know more details about it when you take admission. Plus, visiting the official website will also help you to get a distinct idea about the course fee.

3. Is a meritorious student eligible for a scholarship?

Definitely. The most meritorious students are eligible for the MRD scholarships, distinction awards, rural scholarships, and research assistantship. The university will keep you intimated about the same. This is done to encourage students to help study further without thinking of affording their tuition fees.

4. What is the eligibility for M.Com?

You must have pursued B.Com from a recognised university or institute with a minimum of 50 percent aggregate in your degree. This will be your first eligibility criteria to apply for M.Com in any institution under the PES University.