Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT), Bhubaneshwar, a Deemed to be University, conducts its annual national-level entrance exam KIITEE for admission to its various UG and PG level programmes. The list of programmes includes B.Tech., M.Tech., B.Arch., B.Sc., BCA, LLB, LLM, M.Sc., Mass Communication, MCA, MBA, PhD, etc. The eligibility, date of exam, and exam centres are different for different programmes.
The online application for the exam will start from the third week of November 2020 and will continue until the second week of April 2020. The admit card will be available online for download. The exam for different programmes is conducted in online mode in the third and fourth week of April. The exam also has negative marking.
The eligibility is different for UG and PG programmes. Candidates are advised checking the eligibility criteria first before applying for any course. The result will be declared in the fourth week of April 2020 while the counselling process will take place in the second week of May 2020.
Upcoming Dates and Events
01 Apr, 2020 (Tentative)
Admit Card | Mode: Online
16 Nov, 2019 - 10 Apr, 2020 (Tentative)
Application | Mode: Online
15 Apr, 2020 - 24 Apr, 2020 (Tentative)
Exam | Mode: Online
27 Apr, 2020 (Tentative)
Result | Mode: Online
08 May, 2020 (Tentative)
Counselling - Start Date | Mode: Online
The eligibility criteria of KIITEE 2020 mentions the minimum marks required by candidates to apply for KIITEE 2019. The KIITEE eligibility criteria 2020 also mention the per cent of seats reserved for candidates belonging to the reserved categories. Candidates must make sure that they check the eligibility criteria prescribed for the course of their choice before filling the application form of KIITEE 2020. Candidates must note that the candidates who do not fulfil the eligibility criteria will not be considered for the examination even if they fill up the application form.
To apply for KIITEE exam for admission to B.Tech. programmes, students need to fulfil the following eligibility criteria.
Either passed or pursuing 10+2 in regular full-time mode in Science stream
Must have at least 60% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Maths
Students are suggested to check the KIITEE eligibility criteria before applying for the exam as only eligible candidates are allowed to apply.
To apply for BBA entrance exam, students need to fulfil the eligibility criteria as mentioned by the exam conducting body KIIT.
Students should have passed 10+2 in any stream with at least 50% marks in order to apply.
Students must have Mathematics / Business Mathematics / Economics / Statistics as one of the subjects in 10+2 level.
Age – Students should have born on or after July 1, 1997
Do not apply before checking the eligibility criteria.
Aspirants planning to appear for KIITEE Law exam are advised to check the eligibility criteria of before filling up the application form. Ineligible candidates are not allowed to apply for the exam.
Candidates who wish to appear for KIITEE Law exam must have qualified 10+2 or equivalent with at least 45% marks in aggregate.
For B.Sc. LLB, students must have passed 10+2 in Science stream with minimum 45% aggregate marks.
There is no age bar to appear for the exam as per Supreme court’s stay on age bar in 2017.
To apply for Mass Communication programme, students should have passed in class 12 or equivalent examination from a recognised Central/State Board with minimum 50% marks in aggregate.
There is an age limit also. The students who wish to apply for Diploma in acting should have passed 10+2 examination with a flair for theatre/drama/acting.
For the students who have passed IB Diploma from International Baccalaureate Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland, pass in class 12 is the eligibility qualification.
The candidates who wish to apply for M.Tech., programme, they need to fulfil the basic eligibility criteria as prescribed by KIIT. Here it is:
The candidates should have done B.E. or B.Tech. or equivalent Degree (e.g. AMIE, GRADE-IETE etc) in respective branches of Engineering and Technology with a First Class or equivalent CGPA Or First Class MCA/First Class M.Sc. in (Comp/IT/ETC).
GATE qualified candidates shall be accorded preference in the process of selection. GATE qualified candidates having Score 400 or above need not sit for the Entrance Exam.
As the University offers specialised M.Tech. programmes, candidates should know that the eligibility is different for different specialisations. They are advised to check the eligibility first before applying.
KIIT conducts the entrance exam for admission to its one-year LLM programme – KIITEE LLM. To apply for this exam, candidates must have passed B.A.LLB/BBA LLB/B.Sc.LLB/B.L, degree or an equivalent degree from a recognised university with minimum 55% marks in aggregate.
KIIT offers three and two-year MCA programme. For MCA (3 years), candidates must have a graduation degree or equivalent with minimum 50% marks having mathematics either in class 12 or graduation level as one of the subject. The date of birth of the candidates should be on or after July 1, 1994.
For MCA (Lateral Entry) 2-year programme, candidates should have passed or appearing for final year exams in BCA, B.Sc. (IT/ Computer Science/IST/ITM) from any recognised University with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks.
Mode of Application : Online
Candidates can fill and submit the KIITEE application form from the third week of November 2019. The last date to fill the KIITEE 2020 application form will be the second week of April 2020. KIITEE application form is available in only online mode.
While filling the application form, candidates needed to enter their academic & personal details and upload their photograph, signature and 10th mark sheet/certificate. There was no application fee required to apply.
Candidates who successfully submitted their application form along with the documents can download the admit card now while booking their slot. The admit card will be available only online.
The test will conducted in the computer-based mode for all the courses from second week to fourth week of April, 2020. Candidates who wish to appear for the examination must make sure to check the exam pattern of KIITEE 2020 in detail. The examination will be conducted in the computer-based mode. There will be negative marking incorporated for every incorrect answer. According to the marking scheme, 4 marks are awarded for a correct answer while a deduction of 1 mark will be made for every incorrect answer. The questions asked will be multiple choice (MCQ’s), the medium of language will be English.
It’s an online exam of three hours. The KIITEE exam pattern has three sections - Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Each section has 40 questions and each question carries 4 marks. Each correct answer gets 4 marks and each wrong answer deducts 1 mark. The language of the exam is English.
The exam covers various topics of Chemistry, Physics and Maths. Candidates can refer to the official brochure to check the complete syllabus of the exam. KIIT also releases the mock tests for the test takers. Mock tests are designed for practice purpose. It will help the students to understand the exam pattern.
KIITEE exam for BBA is an online exam. The test is to check the various aspects of knowledge of candidates. The exam for BBA carries 4 sections - Mathematical Ability (30 questions), Analytical & Logical Reasoning (30 questions), Verbal Ability (40 questions), and General Knowledge (20 questions). The exam has a total of 120 questions.
KIITEE Law exam is an online exam of three-hour duration carrying objective (multiple choice questions). The test has 4 sections - Mathematical Ability (30 questions), Analytical & Logical Reasoning (30 questions), Verbal Ability (40 questions), and General Knowledge (20 questions). The exam has a total of 120 questions.
The exam also has negative marking. 4 marks are awarded for a correct answer and 1 mark is deducted for an incorrect response.
Knowing the exam pattern is one of the most important things before appearing for an entrance exam. If the test takers are friendly with the exam pattern, they can score well in the exam. The three-hour KITEE Mass Communication entrance exam deals with various types of questions. Here is the complete structure of the exam.
Exam Pattern of KIITEE Mass Communication
Mode of the Exam
Online (Computer Based)
Duration of the Exam
3 hours (180 minutes)
Mathematical Ability- 30 Questions
Analytical & Logical Ability- 30 Questions
Verbal Ability- 40 Questions
General Knowledge- 20 Questions
Total Number of Questions
Total number of Marks
4 marks for each correct answer; deduction of 1 mark for each incorrect answer
The exam pattern for M.Tech. Entrance exam depends on the branch/specialisation selected by the student. The exam has a total of 120 questions and the duration of the test is 3 hours.
The exam has the questions related to B.E/B.Tech. Syllabus of concerned discipline. Candidates are advised to check the official brochure for the exam to know the exact exam pattern for the entrance test.
KIITEE LLM exam has only multiple choice questions. The three-hour test carries 120 questions. All the questions in the exam are related to LLB syllabus. Candidates who have their LLB basics clear gets an advantage in this exam.
As per the marking scheme, each question is worth 4 marks. So, selecting a correct answer fetches 4 marks. The exam has negative marking as well. One mark is deducted for each wrong answer.
KIITEE MCA entrance exam checks the Mathematical, Analytical and computer awareness of the candidates. The 3-hour test carries 120 questions divided into three sections – Mathematical Ability (12th standard), Analytical & Logical Ability, and Computer Awareness.
The first section i.e. Mathematics carries maximum 60 questions. Rest of the two sections carries 30 questions each. Four marks for each correct answer and negative one mark for each incorrect answer.
Candidates are advised to attempt questions wisely to avoid negative marking.
To help the students with exam preparation, KIIT releases KIITEE mock test for all aspirants. Mock tests are like demo tests and allow the students to get familiar with the exam pattern, type of questions asked in the exam, etc.
The mock test released by KIIT is only for demonstrative purposes and there are no scores mentioned. The test takers are advised to practice from mock test papers as it’ll prepare them for the actual exam day.
KIIT will issue the admit card to the candidates after the slot booking in the first week of April, 2020. Candidates can download the admit card from the official website of the KIITEE exam. The institute does not send the hard copy of the admit card to any candidate. Candidates need to take the print of the admit card and carry it on the exam day. Without the KIITEE admit card, no candidates will be allowed to write the exam. The test takers are advised to keep the admit card preserved until the admission process gets over.
The students have to book the slot for the exam – date and time of the exam as per their convenience. The slot booking of KIITEE exam is based on the first come first serve basis. The slot booking link is now available. After slot booking, students can download their admit card which carries the details of the exam.
Candidates need to login to the official website to do the slot booking with their Application number of Date of Birth. Once a slot is booked, it cannot be changed.
The result of KIITEE will be declared in the fourth week of April, 2020. The institute will display the result in online mode. Candidates can download their result/rank card and keep a copy of it to show at the time of counselling.
To check the result, candidates can login to the official website. The institute also releases the rank card for the test takers.
The cutoff of KIITEE 2020 will be calculated based the performance of the candidates in the examination. KIITEE cutoff 2020 will be determined by the university which means that the qualifying marks mentioned in the cutoff will be considered as final. The KIITEE 2020 cutoff will be released separately for the reserved category candidates. Candidates will be notified about the cutoff rank for the different courses based on the availability of seats for each course. Candidates having a score equal or above the KIITEE 2020 cutoff marks are called for the counseling process of KIITEE 2020.
Mode of Counselling:
The counselling of KIITEE will start from the second week of May, 2020. The seat allocation is done purely based on the performance in the entrance exam. The schedule for counselling will be published in the official website. The candidates have to attend the counselling as per the schedule mentioned on the website.
The document verification process is conducted during the counselling/admission process. Candidates have to bring their original academic certificates at the time of counselling. Only after the verification, seats will be allotted. The list of documents that candidates are required to carry includes
10th pass certificate
12th Mark sheet Pass Certificate
Graduation Mark sheet Pass Certificate only for MCA, MCA(LE), M.Sc. (Biotechnology/Applied Microbiology)
Diploma Pass Certificate and three years Mark Sheet (for Lateral Entry Candidates)
B.Tech./B.E./MCA/M.Sc. or Equivalent Degree Certificate (For M.Tech./LLM/Ph.D Candidates)
Reserved Category Certificate issued by the Competent Authority
GATE Score Card (for M.Tech. GATE Qualified only)
Demand Draft of Rs. 75,000 which includes the non-refundable counselling registration fees of Rs.10,000 (Non-Refundable)
Kalinga institute of industrial Technology Bhubaneswar does not offer Btech Course without a valid score in Entrance test. The University conducts KIITEE entrance test , based on the merit candidates will be given admission. Not only this College, no good Engineering college offers Admission directly without any Entrance test.
Hello Debajit, Greetings!
Both KIIT Bhubhaneswar and Jaypee Institute of Information Technology are quite good colleges for CSE.
Infrastructure of KIIT Bhubhaneswar is better than JIIT. You will get placed in any of the two easily, although placement wise JIIT is slightly better than KIIT.
Faculty is average in both colleges.
If you are from Delhi NCR region, JIIT will be option otherwise you can join any of the two keeping above factors in mind.
Thank you, best of luck.
IIHMR Bangalore>IIHMR Delhi>KIIT University
Bangalore as a location; is strategically a very good destination to do Hospital Management due to the fact that some of the corporate, multi-speciality and super speciality hospitals are there. Adding to it; Health IT companies are based out of Bangalore. For students, getting Industry exposure during Summer Training and Internships would be the biggest advantage in Bangalore.
Remember, the placement packages of students would completely depend on the performance of the students.
thanks for asking your query as kiits is the private institute therefore it has its own criteria for the admission of neet qualified students ,admission in private colleges can be taken under management quota also for which you have to contact the college authorities.
best of luck
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