if I get 50 to 55 in gate civil engineering is there any chance to get new IIT ( general) IIT BHUBANESWAR or others for environment or water resources engineering?
Yes, you have a fair chance of getting the new IIT's. However, I would suggest getting a score of 55+. You should aim for a high score in GATE, as it increases the chances of getting good marks and helps prepare w ell for the exam.
Usually, for civil engineering, or to pursue Mtech in any civil engineering branch a rank below 2000 is good to get into IIT's but if you are targeting top IITs"s then anything below 500 will help you.
Additionally, you could also check the previous year cut off trends
I hope this information helps!
I m thinking to start gate preparation for Civil engineering branch. I m general category. if I want to study geotechnical engineering in any new IIT which require low gate marks for example IIT BHUBANESWAR and others what is the minimum score approximately I need to get this please please someone.
IIT delhi takes 300 for general category
inIIT Guwahati takes 358 cutoff for general category
In IIT Madras takes 768 cutoff for general category.
IIT BOMBAY takes 750 cutoff marks for general category.
IIT kharagpur closing rank 600 to 740 for general category.
IIT BHU. Takes 572 for general catagory
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Thank you. I hope this answer helps you.
geotechnical cutoff in IIT BHUBANESWAR GENERAL
Geotechnical Engineering is a branch of Civil Engineering where, the discipline focuses on the use of scientific methods and engineering principles to interpret the characteristics of the ground to determine suitability for building and construction.
The practical aspect of this discipline is called Foundation Engineering, and the term Geotechnics describes both the theoretical and practical aspect of the subject.
The Cut off for IIT Bhubaneshwar in Geotechnical Engineering is 555 for General Category.
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IIT BHUBANESWAR CSE VS IIT ROPAR CSE
At this time IIT Bhubaneswar has the best CSE department compare to IIT Ropar due to the following reasons-
1- IIT Bhubaneswar is older than IIT Ropar so that it have the best Alumni network.
2- NIRF ranking of IIT Bhubaneswar is 22 while the IIT Ropar have the 25 NIRF ranking.
3- According to the data of 2019, among 100% students are placed from CSE department in IIT Bhubaneswar while IIT Ropar have placed 91.89% students of their CSE department.
4- There is a very strong Coding culture in IIT Bhubaneswar compare than IIT Ropar.
5- There is Huge number of tech fest are happens in IIIT Bhubaneswar compare than IIT Ropar.
6- Location also matters here as IIT Bhubaneswar is situated in the capital city of Orrisa and Bhubaneswar is the fastest growing city.
If you are getting seat in both of the college then i will prefer you to go with the IIT Bhubaneswar, now it is totally up to you.
Best Of Luck!!!!
Cut off rank of iit Bhubaneswar
As we go through the latest cut-off of 2020 then it shows that the closing rank for Open category was 12088 for Metallurgical and Materials Engineering branch in IIT Bhubaneshwar. And it is quite difficult to tell you about exact marks to score because for JEE-Advance no maximum marks are fixed but yes with regards to JEE-Advance 2021 if you secure your AIR in JEE-Advance under top 1200 then there are good chances for you to get IIT Bhubaneshwar.
You can check out the latest cut-offs from the link given below :-
Note that the above prediction is made on the basis of latest cut-offs available on official website of JOSAA and the cut-offs are bound to change every year depending upon various factors such as the number of candidates appearing in an examination, the number of candidates qualifying an examination, difficulty level of the paper, and so on.
To have a list of all those colleges which you can get based upon your JEE-Main score, category, and state you can use JEE-Main College Predictor :-
As you are preparing for JEE-Main or JEE-Advance 2021 the I would recommend you to check the resources made by our experts to help aspirants like you in the best and smart preparation of JEE-Main or JEE-Advance 2021 :-
I hope this information helps you.
currently Im studying btech in IIT Bhubaneswar, I want to crack UPSC civil services exam. Can anyone help me in how to start my journey?
It's good that you are thinking of appearing in UPSC Civil Service Exam from your college period itself, to give you a brief about the exam, UPSC Civil Service Exam consists of three stages-
Preliminary : First Stage is MCQs based exam, it has two papers and each one consists of 200 marks, its numbers ain't added to final list, you just need to score the required cut offs against your category.
First is GS Paper-I which consists of the following topic such as History of India and Indian national movement, Indian and World geography, Economic and social development- sustainable development, poverty,inclusion demographics, social sector initiatives etc,Indian polity and governance-constitution,political system,Current Events nationally and Internationally, General Science,General Issues on environmental ecology,biodiversity and climate change. you just need to score the required cut offs against your category.
Second Paper is CSAT which is qualifying by nature,you need to score merely 33% which is 66 marks out of 200, it includes following topics such as basic numeracy, comprehension, logical reasoning and analytical ability, general mental ability, decision making and problem solving, interpersonal skills including communication skills.
Mains : This is a second stage which it's more of a subjective type, you are required to write answers for Four General Studies Paper such as
- GS-I includes Indian Heritage and Culture,History and Geography of the World and Society,
- GS-II includes Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International Relations,
- GS-III includes Technology, Economic Development, Bio-Diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management,
- GS-IV includes Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude
- Two Optionals,
- One Essay,
- Two Language Paper
In total there are nine papers in Mains, and each paper is of 250 marks, total adds up to 1750 marks.
Interview: Prelims and Mains are further followed by personality test of 275 marks.
In order to initiate your preparation, the first and most important step is to be well acquainted with UPSC Syllabus , learn it by heart as this will enable you to know what to read and what to skip. As per the recent trends UPSC is framing Prelims questions also based on Mains syllabus, so have an integrated approach in that sense.
To cover such a humongous syllabus you will have to make a timetable, set targets on a daily, weekly and monthly basis, that's the only way to complete this extensive syllabus.
Newspaper reading is equally vital part of preparation, you can start with any newspaper like The Hindu, or Indian Express on a regular basis to be updated as well as gaining knowledge which shall be highly useful to you in future exam preparation part. Put a more emphasis on editorial part, it will not only broaden your perspective but help a lot in answer writing, and make sure whatever opinion you form it should be well balanced. You can also make notes of this, it'll be very useful in answer writing, put emphasis on news of national and international importance, polity, government scheme, economics, science and technology developments etc.
When it comes to reading books ,start with basics, for each subject, you can do with NCERTs for this. This will build your foundation strong, as you progress, move on to other relevant books as mentioned below;
For Prelims, you can refer the following books:
- NCERT Class XI and XII
- India's Struggle for Independence by Bipin Chandra
- For Indian Culture, refer art and culture by Nitin Singhania
- NCERT Class VI to XII
- GC Leong's Physical Geography
- World Atlas
- NCERT Class XI
- Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh
International Relations & Polity ;
- NCERT XII Political Science with current affairs
- Indian Polity by Laxmikanth
- Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Agarwal
- M Tyra's Quicker Maths
Coming to Mains Exam, you can refer the following books for four General Studies Paper;
- GS I - For History , Class XI NCERT book with India's struggle for Independence by Bipin Chandra,India after Independence by Bipan Chandra,History of Medieval India by Satish Chandra . For Geography refer World Geography and Geography of India by Majid Hussain, GC Leong's Physical and Human Geography with NCERT Class XI book.
- For GS II - Polity and International Relations , refer Indian Polity by Lamikanth,India's Foreign Policy by Rajiv Sikri
- For GS III - For Economics refer Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh, read ARC report along with Economic Survey and Fiscal Budget.
- For GS IV - For Ethics refer a book named Lexicon by Niraj Kumar, also you can go through study material of IGNOU.
Remember to keep your resources minimal, read one book many a times instead of many a book one time, as you have to retain so much of information so rely on only limited yet trustworthy resources and revision is the only key for remembrance.
Writing mains is a huge task, for nine paper it requires immense practice along with knowledge. So, you have to start practicing answer writing in advance, even in a little way, There are many sites which provide questions on daily basis you can avail that. Try to give a holistic viewpoint while answer writing by providing political, economical and social aspect. You can get topper's answer sheet from various sites, try to analyze and study them minutely, you'll get an ideas about what to write, how to express and present viewpoint in organized manner.
Practice previous year question paper which you can get from the site of UPSC ,in addition mock papers, and test series which you can get it from any of the sites exclusively dedicated to UPSC, it's highly important to evaluate your performance while doing so.
As you're still in your college, initiate your preparation by reading newspaper on a daily basis, and NCERTs book and go through the syllabus on a regular basis, and then later on move towards other stuffs as discussed above.
which is the best IIT Bhubaneswar or IIT dhanbad for CSC
These both colleges have a higher ranking like IIT bhubaneshwar with 22 and IIT Dhanbad as 12th, but IIT bhubaneshwar has lower fees of Rs 8.45 lakhs as compared to IIT dhanbad with Rs 10.12 lakhs.
IIT bhubaneshwar also has higher median salary package offered of Rs 9 lakhs per annum and IIT dhanbad has lower median salary offered of Rs 8.50 lakhs.
So if we consider fees and salary important you must go with IIT bhubaneshwar.
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mock test 1 may mereku iit Bhubaneswar aya he aur web options change kar sakethe kya for jee advance key liya st rank 767 he
Yes, you can change your preferences and option until October 15, 2020. In mock allotment you will know the probable allotment based on your preferences. So based on the mock allotment result you can change your preferences. Considering the previous year cut off you have chances of getting seat in
- Indian Institute of Technology Bombay: Environmental Science and Engineering
- Indian Institute of Technology Mandi: Engineering Physics
- Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur:Mining Engineering
- Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur:Materials Science and Engineering
- Indian Institute of Technology Madras:Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
Cut off changes every year depending on number of candidates qualified, difficulty of exam and number of seats available etc.
You can use our JEE Advanced college predictor to know the colleges in which you may get seat https://engineering.careers360.com/jee-advanced-college-predictor?icn=QnA&ici=qna_answer
Mechanical engineering in IIT Bhubaneswar, Electrical engg. in IIT palakkad-which is better? answer me Sir.
Both are recent IITs , hence there is not much of a difference in the quality . IIT Palakkad , though established very recently has included a lot more than what can be expected out of a new IIT . Both have excellent faculties and other facilities like lab , library , gym etc. In terms of placements Bhubaneswar might be tad bit better because it came before, recently Mech department has 80% placements and the companies that visited the campus were Goldman Sachs, GE India, Honeywell, Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra & Mahindra, Infosys, TCS R & D, and Adobe etc.However, IIT Palakkad has also shown good and successful placements recently and some companies which visited were Mathworks, HSBC, Paytm, Arista Networks etc. 70 % students were placed and it is continuously improving . So if placements are you only priority then go with IIT Bhubaneswar. Otherwise choose based on which subject you like more,job growth in future ,your career goals , the location etc.
All the best
How are CSE facilities and the faculty at IIT Bhubaneswar?
CSE branch at IIT Bhubaneshwar is decent but not great!
As per various reviews from different sources:
- Placements are good when compared to other branches and newly founded IITs. Usually the placement records are around 90%.
- Though the faculty are well knowleged the academic staff is not too good at delivering the content.
- Facilities are just upto the mark, not excellent either.
- Curriculum is fine but needs to be updated to the current trend and requirement.
These were the common responses of the students who study or studied CSE in IIT Bhubaneshwar. Research more about the college, placements etc and then decide.