Ranking of Engineering Institutes Revealed !

Ranking of NITs Revealed: Ranking of NITs by JEE-Main Candidates

All NITs/IIITs are listed in the order of preference based on JEE-Main cut-offs ranking. This ranking of engineering colleges (admission thru JEE-Main) is pretty reliable (certainly better than ranking by private publishers since they show preference by real JEE-Main toppers).

JEE Main :  Cut-off  Rank (6th List- Open Cat )
Ranking NIT Name CSE ECE Mech
1 NIT-T (Trichy) 621 1671 3155
2 NIT- W (Warangal) 1318 2846 4539
3 NIT-K (Surathkal) 1246 3104 5158
4 MNNIT-Allahabad 2966 6017 8240
5 NIT-C (Calicut) 3571 5574 9542
6 VNIT Nagpur 3661 5610 9870
7 NIT Jaipur 4731 8426 10925
8 NIT-Rourkela 4894 6343 15246
9 SVNIT Surat 5268 8286 11584
10 IIIT-A 5375 10410
11 NIT Delhi 5426 9078
12 MANIT 5904 8902 12401
13 NIT Kuru 6228 11513 13251
14 NIT-Dgp 8358 11179 15722
15 NIT-Jal 8925 14706 16490
16 NIT Goa 8994 13000
17 NIT Jamshedpur 9092 13291 16577
18 NIT-Raipur 10201 15904 17835
19 NIT-Hamirpur 10495 15939 17890
20 NIT-Puducherry 12990 15671 18160
21 IIIT-Kanchipuram 13827 18079 23189
22 NIT-Patna 15063 20443 22377
23 IIIT-Jabalpur 16901 21690
24 IIIT Gwalior 17860

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Tips for studying abroad

Racial attacks, weak global economy or a slowdown in hiring, nothing seems to distract Indians from the foreign fixation when it comes to pursuing higher studies.
But before you embark on your ambitious venture, have you considered if you really need the degree? Do you have the funds to finance the course and will you be able to repay the loan?
Will the degree enhance your earning capacity drastically? Go through this checklist to ensure you dont run into unlikely hurdles before you hop on to that flight.
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Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) Exams – How to Crack Them

This post is all about “How to Crack Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) Exam”. I am pleased to share with blog readers that today my article on the subject has been published  by ezinearticles.com, the best online article publisher directory.

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“Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) exams with negative marking are the current trends for exams internationally. The exam pattern is feared by some students because the choices look confusing, tricky and risky, especially when exam preparation is not 100%. Here we would discuss few ways to improve scores to solve/crack the multiple choice questions (MCQ) based exam.

Having myself passed three of the 20 hottest certification exams (Sun Java, Value Engg, PMP) based on MCQ format, I have concluded that MCQ tests are like Driving License Test. These driving tests are not about whether you can start engine, put your foot on gas pedal and go. On the other hand, they are about general understanding of vehicle itself (i.e. exam pattern), navigation skills (when to speed up, when to slow down, have control at all times, do defensive driving), know all traffic symbols & rules- high speed lane is only meant to overtake (i.e. hurry up with questions only when essential), give way to vehicles when needed to be safe (skip tough questions to save time), look out on road for potholes/obstacles/wetness and slow down (i.e. watch out for tricky questions and don’t fall in traps/distracter), follow drive-test examiner’s instruction completely (follow the question’s instructions as to what is expected from us) and so on. Following are the general tips on how to crack multiple choice question (MCQ) exam:

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How to get good marks in CBSE XII Board exam?

CBSE� XII exam is the most important stage in the academic life of any student. Especially for NRIs, good score in this exam ensures admission in good engineering colleges under DASA scheme. Under DASA scheme, you could get a branch and NIT of your choice if one can get 95% in PCM. Following are the advices for getting good marks in PCM in CBSE board exams:

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CAT 2011: Uniform single exam for IIMs, IITs, IISc & FMS

2.05 lakh to appear in Common Admission Test 2011

PTI | Oct 7, 2011, 04.09PM IST

NEW DELHI: As many as 2.05 lakh candidates have registered for the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2011 for admission to the prestigious IIMs and other B-schools.

The cities in which the highest number of candidates are scheduled to take the online test between October 22 and November 18 are New Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Pune, a statement issued by Prometric, which is to conduct the exam, said today.

“The CAT 2011 voucher sales ended on October 1, and about 2.06 lakh vouchers were sold. The CAT 2011 registration window ended at midnight on October 4 with approximately 2.05 lakh registered CAT aspirants,” it said. Continue reading