The Indian Institutes of Technology have long been considered as one of the best engineering institutions in the world. They follow global standards when it comes to educating their student. IITs are located in various parts of our country with new additions in recent years. Admission to any IIT is done on the basis of rank in Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced. JEE Advanced-2016 was conducted on 22nd May, 2016. But not everybody gets what he/she wants. Different IITs have different cut offs marks for different undergraduate programmes they offer to the students. IIT cut-offs change every year, as per the results of the students. Here, we bring you IIT Madras cutoff, branchwise.
IIT Madras which is one of the popular IITs in the country, has set its cut off marks for 2015 different from its cut off marks of 2014. So, if you are seeking admission in IIT Madras, it is effective to learn about the cut off marks of 2015. Though cut off statistics change every year, approximate estimations can be noted with the last year. If your aim is to enter IIT Madras, you need to achieve a particular rank . To help you set your goals accordingly, we give you a list of branch wise IIT Madras cutoff ranks for JEE Advanced 2015.
IIT Madras Cutoff: Branchwise Opening & Closing Ranks
About IIT M
IIT Madras was founded in 1959 with the technical and financial help of the then Government of West Germany. It was the third IIT to be established.
Shaastra is annual technical festival of IIT Madras. It was the first certified ISO 9001:2000 students festival in the world with thousands of national and international students. IIT Madras has the Fastest super computing facility in India with a set of tightly connected computers that work together. It is also 224th in the World and covers an area of 36 sq.meters.
IIT Madras has the largest population of students who wake up in the mornings to eat their mess food. Despite the qualms about the food served on campus, it regularly registers huge crowds at its mess in the morning, more than any college population in India to attend breakfast as an event. Clearly either the food is terrific or the students really love South Indian food.
Dr. Anant Agarwal, a distinguished aluminus of IIT Madras, is now a leading researcher in the field of semiconductors, has set up his own company called CTO and has received the Maurice Wilkes Award in computer architecture and is now the Director of the MIT Computer Science and Aritficial Intelligence Laboratory. Kris Gopalakrishnan, a co-founder of Infosys and former President of Confederation of Indian Industry(CII), is also among the many reputed alumni of IITM.
IIT Madras certainly marks its presence as a topnotch one.
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