JEE Main: NIT Warangal Cut-Off From Last Year
Candidates desirous to take admission in NIT Warangal can check the previous years’ JEE Main cut-off provided in the article below to get an idea of the rank required for admission.
Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) will release the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021 cut-off once all the sessions are over. The rank of the last candidate who gets admission to the institute is considered as the cut-off for admission. The cut-off is released in the form of opening and closing ranks and is declared separately for each round of counselling, category and engineering branch.
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The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Warangal is considered as one of the top NITs in the country with a NIRF rank of 19. All those who seek admission in one of the programmes offered by the institute will be required to meet the JEE Main cut-off. Courses offered by NIT Warangal are as follows:
Bio-Technology, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering.
Candidates desirous to take admission can check the previous years’ JEE Main cut-off for NIT Warangal provided in the article below to get an idea of the rank required for admission. It should also be noted that the data provided here is for reference as the cut-off changes every year depending on the following factors:
- Total number of JEE Main test takers
- The difficulty level of the exam
- Number of seats available for the course
- Previous years’ cutoff trends
JEE Main 2020 cut-off for NIT Warangal
HS CR: Home State Closing Rank
OS CR: Other State Closing Rank
JoSAA counselling will be conducted to provide admission into NITs, IIITs, GFTIs and IITs to eligible candidates. Candidates will have to register at the official website. During registration, they will also be required to mark their preferences for colleges and courses. The authorities conduct six rounds of counselling.