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Gate Cut Off for IIT Hyderabad

 

About IIT Hyderabad

IIT Hyderabad started functioning on August 20, 2008. The university is also commonly referred to Elan (annual technical and cultural festival of IIT Hyderabad). IIT Hyderabad offers students B.Tech degrees in 3 disciplines in Engineering, postgraduate and research degrees across 6 disciplines in Engineering, Sciences, and Liberal Arts.The admissions are done on IIT-JEE rank.

From the very first year IITH has embarked on research and development; it received 2 funded projects: One on "Development of High Energy Density Li-on Batteries for Mobile Applications" jointly with International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI). The second is a joint project with Kieo University and University of Tokyo on "Information Network for Natural Disaster Mitigation and Recovery". IITH, through its Master Plan, has embarked on creating a signature campus which will provide the ambience for fostering inventions and innovations.

IIT Hyderabad gained two achievements in the academic year of 2008 -2009. First was the “Jenesys” an initiative from Japanese government which aimed to deepen the mutual understanding among the youth of the East Asian countries who will be the leaders of the next generation.

GATE Scores

GATE scores are only for application to graduate programs in Engineering disciplines in India. Usually IISc application dates are within 4–5 days of announcement of results. Most institutes do not specify their cut-offs for previous years. So there is a general confusion in terms of selecting institutes and specializations. But in the recent years IIT Kharagpur and Guwahati have been specifying last year cut-off mark list.

Qualifying Score: The Qualifying Score is the minimum mark that needs to be secured to become eligible for availing assistantships provided by MHRD, GOI. The qualifying score for general category in each paper is (a + s) or 25, whichever is higher, where a and s are the average and standard deviation of marks of all candidates in a particular paper, with all marks less than zero, converted to zero.

The GATE cutoff scores for IITs are as follows:

Branch

Category

Score

Computer Science

Open / General
OBC
SC
ST

610
589
430
410

Electronics and Communication

Open / General
OBC
SC
ST

620
615
430
375

Electrical Engineering

Open / General
OBC
SC
ST

610
570
425
360

Mechanical Engineering

Open / General
OBC
SC
ST

640
620
465
411

Civil Engineering

Open / General
OBC
SC
ST

450
395
295
265