WITH nearly a million students vying for about 26,000 engineering seats, AIEEE is a tough nut to crack. Even when you get a rank, selecting the right college/ branch, is invariably a difficult choice. To assist you in your preparation, we have clustered colleges based on their opening and closing ranks, based on the last published rank lists.LATEST - Top Enginnering Colleges in India and JEE Main 2016 Cutoff for admissions in engineering colleges The objective is to offer you a fair idea of which college you could opt for, depending on the rank you get. Once you zero in on the probable college, you could look at ranks for preferred branches so that the decision becomes more informed. It is worthwhile to note that even in the “Open” category, admission to most branches is made under two quotas: All India (AI) & Home State (HS). Without exception, the ranks under the AI category are much higher than those of students admitted in the HS category. Subsequently, the opening rank is always from the AI category and the closing rank from the HS category. Another interesting fact that crops up here is the “gap” between the opening and closing rank, signifying the breadth of the window available to the students for admission. The following factors would impact the window:
While rating the AIEEE-based colleges, we have considered only the ranks pertaining to intake in the “General” or “Open” category. To avoid any confusion, we have ignored the admissions in other categories. The “Opening Rank” given is the opening (or highest) rank for the best branch (branch having the highest opening rank) in the college. The “Closing Rank” is the closing rank of the branch least in demand (branch having the lowest closing rank) at the college.
To rate these colleges, we had ranked the colleges on both the opening rank and the closing rank and evolved the final rank by taking the simple average of these two ranks. While the opening rank signifies the preference of the high ranking students, the inclusion of closing rank helps to rationalise any “outlier-effect” due to preference of a single student.
Clusters for your consideration A guide to understand which AIEEE institutions the engineering freshers opt for
Branch-wise Rank Table Fifty colleges, 44 branches, 25000 + seats. Understand how they stack up in terms of ranks. These are the ranks for academic session 2009-2010.
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