The cut-off refers to the minimum qualifying marks that a candidate must obtain in order to be eligible for admission to the particular course. The cut-off sometimes also refers to the opening and closing rank. In order to be eligible for counselling, candidates must obtain the minimum BCECE 2018 cut-off marks.
There are many factors that are considered will preparing the cut-off marks. The cut-off will be released differently for different categories. The cut-off also varies from one institute to other and from one B.Tech programme to other.
BCECE 2018 will be conducted in the 3rd week of June 2018. The cut-off is prepared, keeping in mind the below-given factors:
- The number of seats available in each participating institute.
- The number of candidates who have appeared for the exam.
- Previous years cut-off trend.
- The difficulty level of the exam.
Cut-off Trend of Previous Years
After taking the exam, candidates must make sure to have a look at the previous year’s cut-off to have an idea of the cut-off trend. Cut-off trends also help the candidates to know whether they will qualify and have a chance of admission in various participating institutes.
Have a look at the BCECE 2017 cut-off in the table below:
BCECE Cutoff 2017
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About BCECE 2018 Cut-off
- Cut-off will be released in the form of an opening and closing rank for all those who have taken the exam.
- The cut-off is prepared for unreserved and reserved categories like SC, ST, OBC.
- Every candidate has to score at least the closing rank to be eligible for admissions.
Counselling for BCECE 2018
All the candidates whose names are there on the merit list will be called for BCECE 2018 counselling for which they have to register first. During registration, candidates have to enter their preferred course and college combination. The seat allotment will be done on the basis of this choice made by the candidate. Seat allotment will be done based on the choices made, the merit list and the availability of seats. After the seats have been allotted, candidates have to take a print out of the provisional allotment letter that will carry all the essential seat allotment details. With the provisional allotment letter, candidates will have to report to the specific institute for handwriting verification. During the handwriting verification, candidates will be tested on the premise that whether the handwriting on the OMR sheets matches with that of the candidate or not. Those who are successful in this round of verification will then have to proceed with the documents verification.