NITs Cut-off for B. Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

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Those appeared for JEE Main 2017 to take admission in B. Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering course in can check NITs Cut-off for B. Tech Metallurgical and Materials Engineering here!

NITs Cut-off for B. Tech Metallurgical and Materia

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

The branch of metallurgical and materials engineering carries a wide career scope. The study in this area focuses on the engineering principles required to extract, concentrate, and refine metals and materials. It also focuses on the development of new materials, alloys, and composites. A good undergraduate course in this branch from a top institute can offer you a strong foundation in subjects like extractive metallurgy, hydrometallurgy, structure and behaviour of materials, metallurgical thermodynamics, environmental engineering, materials manufacturing, and more.

Pursuing Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from NITs

NITs or National Institutes of Technology are the best of engineering and technology institutions in the country. The NITs cut-off for B. Tech metallurgical and materials engineering mostly remains higher than many other good colleges like IIITs and GFTIs. As NITs are conferred the Institutes of National Importance status by the Government of India, it is a matter of pride for any student to pursue engineering from one of the NITs. Let us tell you how you can proceed to do an engineering course in metallurgical and materials engineering from a NIT.

JEE Main 2016 cut-off of top NITs for B. Tech metallurgical and materials engineering

 

S. No.

Institute

Metallurgical and Materials Engg.

2016 Opening Rank (HS)

Metallurgical and Materials Engg.

2016 Closing Rank (HS)

Metallurgical and Materials Engg.

2016 Opening Rank (OS)

Metallurgical and Materials Engg.

2016 Closing Rank (OS)

1.

National Institute of Technology, Warangal

9231

19743

12537

19052

2.

Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur

17750

25352

16947

27987

3.

National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur

23332

33589

23187

31411

4.

National Institute of Technology, Durgapur

32576

40898

24070

30879

5.

National Institute of Technology, Srinagar

53562

80116

34041

41160

6.

National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli

15008

26489

2002

17116

7.

National Institute of Technology,  Rourkela

14203

23809

21696

26896

8.

Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur

10256

25426

15662

25652

9.

National Institute of Technology, Andhra Pradesh

28849

34656

29815

32541

10.

National Institute of Technology, Surathkal

8050

28658

9180

19385

Note: The above listing of institutions is not in any specific order or based on priority. Please also note that the National Institute of Technology, Warangal has an additional quota for students from Andhra Pradesh. The opening rank of NIT, Warangal under AP quota was 19121, and the closing rank under AP quota was 19508.

How to Take Up an Engineering Course at a NIT

There are 31 NITs in the country. However, not all NITs offer an undergraduate course in metallurgical and materials engineering. Still, several NITs can offer this branch option to you. You may meet the NITs cut-off for B. Tech metallurgical and materials engineering and get admission in one of these colleges. Check out the process you will need to follow to get admission in NITs:

Taking the JEE Main Exam: This is the first step towards your dream course at a NIT. You should prepare and appear for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) that is conducted by CBSE to offer admissions in top engineering colleges of India. The exam is held every year for engineering, technology and architecture aspirants. There are two papers in the JEE Main exam, which are paper 1 for engineering courses and paper 2 for architecture courses. Even if you do not appear for both the papers, you will have to appear for paper 1 if metallurgical and materials engineering is your choice. It is critical to qualify JEE Main and clear the NITs cut-off for B. Tech metallurgical and materials engineering.

Qualifying JEE Main and Offering Choices: When the results for JEE Main are out, it is important that you have qualified the cut-off CBSE sets for the further counselling of students. In the scorecard, you will not only find your subject scores and All India Rank but will also find your exam qualifying status. If you score above the exam cut-off, the next step is to go for admission counselling held by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority or JoSAA.

JoSAA Counselling and Seat Allocation: After you qualify JEE Main and target to get admission in a NIT, it is required to meet the specific NITs cut-off for B. Tech metallurgical and materials engineering. Thus, you will first have to register for online counselling and offer your institute and course choices. Considering these choices and many other factors like seat availability in NITs, JoSAA can allot you a college and course. If you meet the NIT cut-off in your category, then you will be able to secure your seat.

Admission in the Course: If you meet the NITs cut-off for B. Tech metallurgical and materials engineering and have the desired seat allotted, you should accept it by making fee payment towards it. You should also freeze it if you do not want to consider other options in further rounds of counselling and get the desired college and course. You will have to later report to the institution on the given date and submit your documents towards admission.

JEE Main 2017 Result and Cut-offs

If you are appearing for JEE Main 2017 on April 2 (offline exam) or April 8 and 9 (online exam), then it is important for you to know that the result of this year’s exam will be declared by CBSE on April 27, 2017. It is only after the result is out that you will be able to know the qualifying cut-off and NITs cut-off for B. Tech metallurgical and materials engineering. However, you do not need to be stressed about getting admission in the desired course, as we are providing you with the NITs cut-offs for the previous year 2016.

You may review these 2016 cut-offs to have an idea of the likely NITs cut-off for B. Tech metallurgical and materials engineering courses. The following is the listing of NITs offering B. Tech programmes in metallurgical and materials engineering, as well as their opening and closing ranks (cut-offs) for the General category. Please note that the cut-offs for other categories may not vary significantly. Additionally, you find these cut-offs for HS (home state) quota, as well as for OS (other states) quota. Your home state is the state from where you have passed 12th class. You may seek admission under this quota or per your All India Rank.

Other Branch Options for MME Aspirants

If you are aiming to meet the NITs cut-off for B. Tech metallurgical and materials engineering (MME), you may also consider a few similar options, in case you may not achieve the objective. NITs also have B. Tech courses in metallurgical engineering only. In addition, there are B. Tech courses in materials science and metallurgical engineering. These are not completely same but similar branches of engineering that you may offer as course choices while you register your options for counselling and seat allocation. JoSAA may consider these branches if you are unable to get a seat for B. Tech metallurgical and materials engineering programmes in NITs.  

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