SITEEE Cut Off 2020

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Every year the Symbiosis Institute of Technology releases a cut off mark before taking in students. In this article, you will get to learn every niche of the SITEEE Cut off.


What Do You Understand About the SITEEE Exam Cut Off?

The cut-off mark is the minimum marks that you need to score to get a call for counselling from the college. It is set in order to make the process of selecting students more refined for the limited number of seats offered by the university and its affiliated colleges.

  • The cut-off mark is the minimum marks required to be obtained by you to secure admission for the courses offered by any of the affiliated colleges.  

  • The cut-off mark limit is set by the SIT

  • You will not be granted admission if you fail to achieve the set cutoff mark limit 

  • Scoring the cut off mark will not give you the direct chance for admission if you do not comply with other eligibility criteria of SIT as well. 


From Where Will You Know The SITEEE Cut Off Marks?

SIT, Pune is likely to announce the cut off mark separately for separate courses. All branches will not have similar cut off marks. You can follow the individual websites of the Pune branch along with the other branches.


When Will The SITEEE Cut Off Marks Be Declared? 

The date for the declaration of the cut off mark is yet been announced. due to the pandemic outbreak, all the exam-related activities have bee temporarily postponed. It will be declared after the declaration of the result.

You must follow the official website for further notifications regarding the same.


Factors Behind the SITEEE Cut off

  • Number of seats allotted

  • Number of applications received

  • Highest score received in the examination

  • The difficulty level of the examination

  • Category of the appearing candidate such as general or SC/ST


How to Check The Result Before The SITEEE Cut Off?

  • Visit the official website 

  • Click on the result link

  • Submit your SITEEE 2020 ID and password

  • The result will appear

  • The result will be displayed on the screen.

  • Download and take a print out of the scorecard


The Number of Seats Available of SITEEE 2020

The following chart depicts the number of seats reserved for each branch of course offered to the applying candidates:

Branch

No. of Seats

Mechanical Engineering

120

Electronics and Telecommunication

120

Computer Science

60

Civil Engineering

60

Information Technology

60


Category Wise Reservation Chart For SITEEE 2020

The examination authorities have set a separate number of seats reserved for various categories of the applying candidates. You can have a look below

Schedule Cast

15%

International Students

15%

Scheduled Tribe

7.5%

Children of Defense Personnel

5%

Differently Abled

3%

Kashmiri Immigrants 

2 Seats


Important Dates You Need To Know For SITEEE 2020

Here are the dates that are important for you if you aspire to appear for SITEEE 2020:

Online Registration Opens

22nd January 2020

Online Registration Closes

20th May 2020

Last Date for Registration Fees Payment

20th May 2020

SITEEE Exam 2020

19th July 2020

Result

28th July 2020

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. When Will You Get The Admit Card For SITEEE 2020?

You will be allotted with the admit card after the successful submission of your application form and payment of the due fees for the application. Follow the official website

2. Can I Secure Admission in BTech Course at SIT through JEE Main?

Yes, you can secure admission, but, you will have to appear for the SITEEE counselling process without fail.

3. What is the Application Fee for SITEEE 2020?

The fee for the application is 1750 INR. This amount has to be paid online via Credit Card, Debit Card, or Net Banking. For offline mode, a demand draft has to be drawn in favour of “Symbiosis Test Secretariat” payable at Pune.

4. What are the Exam Centers for SITEEE 2020?

SITEE is conducted at various locations.  Some of the SITEEE 2020 exam centres are:

  • Kolkata

  • Bengaluru

  • Hooghly

  • Chennai

  • Agra

  • Mumbai

  • Hyderabad

  • Jamshedpur

  • Thiruvananthapuram

  • Patiala