The aspiring engineers are willing to be a part of the reputed engineering institutes. They prepare their best to appear for the entrance exam recognized by those institutes. Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT) at Bhubaneshwar is a deemed university that holds a good reputation for conducting engineering and other courses. It conducts its entrance exam for admission in many UG and PG courses like B. Tech, M. Tech, B. Arch, B. Sc, LLB, LLM, M. Sc, MCA, MBA, Mass Communication, Ph.D. and others. The application form was made available from November 16, 2010, until May 17, 2020, online. The exam dates will be announced soon depending upon the current situation. Candidates should look for the eligibility criteria before filling up the application form. As soon as the process of filling the application form is over, the Admit card will be available soon.

KIITEE 2020 – Dates

The online application form was out from 16th November 2019 and the last date for filling the form is 17th May 2020. The dates for the examination will be announced later. Candidates must keep a check on its official website.

KIITEE 2020 – Tips to fill up the application form

All the candidates should fill up the application form carefully without making any mistakes. The form can be filled up online. The last day for filling up the form is 17th May 2020.

A candidate will have to enter their academic details, personal details, upload their photograph and signature along with the 10th mark sheet. There is no application fee.

Candidates who have filled up the application form, submitted, and booked their slots for the exam can download the Admit card.

KIITEE 2020 – Eligibility

All the aspiring KIITEE 2020 candidates must check out the eligibility criteria before filling the application form. Check out the B. Tech eligibility criteria here.

  • Either pass or pursuing a 10+2 full-time course in the science stream.
  • Must have at least 60% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

Check out the M. Tech eligibility criteria here.

  • A candidate should have done B.E or B. Tech or equivalent course in the respective branches of engineering with First Class or equivalent CGPA score/ First class MCA/ First Class M. Sc.
  • Candidates who have appeared for GATE are eligible to appear for the entrance exam. A candidate having a GATE score of more than 400 need not sit for the examination.
  • For each specialized M. Tech course that the institute offers, the eligibility criteria will vary. Hence a candidate should check out the eligibility criteria for their respective chosen course.
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KIITEE 2020 – How to prepare for the exam

Candidates who want to appear for KIITEE 2020 need to start their preparation at least 3 months before the exam scheduled. It is important to prepare to the best of your level so that you can seek admission in the institute. Here is how you can make your preparation turn fruitful.

  • Know your syllabus: it is very important to understand and know the syllabus for the exam. You can download the syllabus and have a look at the topics for each subject. Prepare the topics that are given in the syllabus instead of wasting time doing the general study.
  • Exam pattern: You should know the exam pattern and marking scheme of the exam. It will help you in doing preparation and the kind of questions that are asked in the exam.
  • Time table: You must divide your time wisely. Make a proper time table and allot a specific time to each subject. If you are able to follow the time table now, then your work will get easy later.
  • Revision: daily revision is very important. It is better not to pile up topics because it will be difficult to cope up later.
  • Concepts: Do work on concepts and theories. If your base and concepts are clear, it will be easy for you to understand the topic well. The learning will become easy and fun.
  • Prepare handbook: When you are preparing topics in detail, make a handbook where you jot down important points and formulas for each topic and subject. It will be very helpful when you need a last-minute revision.
  • Past papers: This is the best thing that a candidate can do. Go through past papers. Solve past papers. Time and analyze yourself from its outcome.
  • Stay healthy: This is above everything. Being mentally and physically well means that you can definitely achieve your goal. Therefore, maintain your routine and stay healthy.
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KIITEE 2020 – Exam Pattern

Candidates should be well aware of the examination pattern. The test will be conducted on the computer. Each correct answer is awarded 4 marks but each wrong is given negative 1 mark. Therefore, a candidate will have to be sure of the answers.

  • Mode of exam: online
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Sections: 3 (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics)
  • Total marks: Physics – 40 Marks

                        Chemistry – 40 Marks

                        Mathematics – 40 Marks

  • Marking scheme: 4 marks for each correct answer and a negative 1 for each wrong answer.
  • Language: English
  • Tech aspirants have exams based on their choice of course. There are 120 questions in total. The duration of the exam is for 3 hours.

KIITEE 2020 – Syllabus

The aspiring KIITEE candidates should be thorough with the knowledge of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics of their current years. You can check the official website for the updated syllabus details.

KIITEE 2020 – Result

The university declares the result shortly after the exam. The result is available online and the candidates can download their result, take a print for future reference. Candidates need to login to the official website for accessing the result.

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KIITEE 2020 – Cutoff

The cutoff is declared and decided by the university based on the performance of all the candidates. The cutoff marks are released separately for different categories and for different courses. The candidates are notified in both cases regarding the cutoff. All the candidates that have secured marks equivalent or above cutoff will be called up for counseling.

KIITEE 2020 – Counseling

Candidate counseling is done offline. The students will be notified of the same through their official website. The seat allotment is done on the basis of the candidate’s performance. The qualifying candidates who are called up counseling must reach the center with all the relevant documents on time. At the center, the process of verification of the documents is done. After the verification is done, the seat is allotted. Here’s the list of documents that a candidate must carry with them during counseling.

  • Admit card
  • Rank card
  • 10th pass certificate
  • 12th pass certificate
  • Graduation mark sheet or certificate for PG aspirants
  • Diploma pass certificate and three years mark sheet
  • Reserved category certificate if applicable
  • GATE score card if appeared for (PG courses)
  • Demand Draft of Rs 75000/- which includes a non-refundable fee of Rs 10000 for counseling.
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KIITEE 2020 – Admit card

Once the slot booking process starts, Admit cards are allotted to the candidates. The university does not send a hard copy of the Admit card. It can be downloaded from the official website. Candidates must take a print of the Admit card. It has to be carried along at the time of examination and later if called for counseling. Admit Card must be kept along until the process of admission is over.

KIITEE 2020 – Slot booking

All the candidates who want to give the exam will have to book the exam slot. The slot is booked on a first-come-first-served basis. The candidate has to select his/her date and time of the exam.  To do that, log in to the official website, enter application number, date of birth, and book your slot. You cannot change the slot once it is booked.

KIITEE 2020 – Quick tips for preparing for the exam

The last few days prior to the exam can be stressful. Some of the basic tips can help you in staying confident.

  • Do not start any new topic. Only revise the topics that are done.
  • Keep the revision notes and formulas handy.
  • Keep on doing past papers and time up yourself.
  • Eat healthy food. Stay mentally well.
  • Take a short break or a nap in between
  • Don’t panic and stay confident.

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