For any candidate to be eligible for admission, he/she has to obtain the prescribed marks released by the Board/University. This is done with the release of the cut-off which is prepared to set a benchmark of how much percentage of marks a candidate must have scored in 10+2 qualifying examination to be eligible for counselling. The cut-off is the minimum qualifying marks, required to be eligible for admission. Sometimes it also refers to the opening and the closing rank. TNEA 2018 Cut-Off will be published online on the official website where candidates will have to enter the community code, district, college name, and branch. Candidates who have scored equal to or more than the cut-off will be called for counselling.
TNEA Maximum Rank/ Minimum Cutoff released! – Check the link below
Candidates can check the Previous year’s TNEA Minimum Cut-off details now – Click here
For the academic year 2018, Anna University is conducting the admissions that had begun on 3rd May. The candidates had to register themselves first and then submit the application form along with the requisite fees and documents like certificates, images of signature and photograph. Then a rank list was released based on the cut-off decided by the admission conducting authority. Candidates whose names appear on the merit/ rank list will be called for counselling and seat allotment in the participating colleges of TNEA.
TNEA Cut Off 2018
Check TNEA 2018 Minimum cut -off According to your category here.
Factors on which TNEA 2018 Cut Off Depends:
- The marks scored by students in 10+2 qualifying examination
- The number of seats available in the course/institute
- The number of candidates who have applied for the admission
- Difficulty level of the Exam
- Previous years cut-off trends
Candidates who have applied for the admission must keep in mind that the cut-off is released separately varying from institute to institute, course to course and category by category.
Every applicant must check previous years’ cut-off to have an idea of the range of marks they must have scored in Physics, Chemistry, and mathematics in 10+2 qualifying examination for admission to the engineering colleges of Tamil Nadu. There is no major fluctuation in the cut-off trends. The cut-off helps the candidate know which institute they might get a seat in.
Opening and Closing Ranks for TNEA 2017
|No.||B.Tech Programmes||Opening marks||Closing marks|
|3||Automation and Robotics||134||157|
|10||Computer Science & Engineering||77.5||200|
|11||Electrical & Electronics Engineering||77.5||199.75|
|12||Electronics & Communication Engineering||77.5||200|
|13||Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering||80||199.75|
|14||Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering||119.75||182.5|
|22||Instrumentation and Control Engineering||85||187|
|25||Materials Science and Technology||83.75||167.5|
|26||Mechanical and Automation Engineering||79||177.25|
|32||Nano Technology Engineering||94.5||190.5|
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