Amrita University 2013 Cutoff - Candidates who have appeared for the AEEE exam would find the Cutoff for AEEE 2013 useful to know the ranks needed for admissions to the various engineering courses at the various campuses of the Amrita University. The AEEE 2013 Cutoff is based on the minimum score required to be called for counselling. Dependent upon factors like the cutoff of the previous year, number of students who have written the entrance exam, seats available, the Amrita University 2013 Cutoff is useful to the students to know their chances of admissions to the courses of their choice. Students can check for the Amrita University 2013 Cutoff here on this page with details on which branches are more sought out, the number of seats available etc.
- Predict your rank before actual result.
- Know where you stand.
- Get exam difficulty level analysis.
- Know the overall scoring pattern.
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Amrita University offers B.Tech courses at its three campuses namely Amritapuri, Coimbatore and Bengaluru. In 2013, AEEE 2013 Counselling was held first for the SC/ST categories followed by the Open Categories and lastly by the state Quota which comprises of candidates who have completed their 10+ from Karnataka, Kerala and Tamilnadu.
Some facts and Figures of Amrita University 2013 Cutoff for B.Tech:
The total number of seats offered at Amritapuri were 506 (all branches, quotas inclusive), 561 at Bengaluru and 910 seats at the Coimbatore Campus.
CSE, ECE and ME were the most preferred branches followed by EEE and the other branches.
Candidates may note that B.Tech courses in ECE, CSE, EEE and ME are offered at all three campuses while AE, CE, ChE are offered at Coimbatore alone. EIE is offered at Bengaluru and Coimbatore only.
- Counselling for the first phase was for the first 4000 Rank holders for open and state quotas.
- Counselling was held in 2 sessions per day.
Amrita University B.Tech 2014 Counselling will start on May 26, 2014. Click here for details