Institute Of Engineering And Technology,
In this series on
KEAM exam, we discuss the expected closing ranks to various colleges that use
the scores for their admissions. This will tell you which colleges you are
likely to get through and what branches you may get.
The KEAM exam is
conducted across all major venues in the state of Kerala and in cities like
Mumbai, New Delhi and Dubai, among others. In this exam, engineering aspirants
need to appear for two papers – Paper 1, which comprises Physics &
Chemistry, and Paper 2, which consists of Mathematics.
Many reputed institutes in Kerala that offer
different professional degrees accept KEAM exam scores for their admissions. We
now look into colleges that admit students on the basis of their performance in
the KEAM exam; in this article, we take a look Institute Of Engineering And Technology, Calicut University.
This institute was
established in 2001 and is recognised by the AICTE. This Government sponsored
self-financing college is affiliated to the University of Calicut.
offers undergraduate programs in Electronics & Communication engineering,
Electrical & Electronics engineering, Information Technology, Mechanical
engineering and Printing Technology. The department of Printing Technology
offers 30 seats every year while rest of the engineering departments admit 60
students per year.
Let us take a look at the closing ranks in
KEAM 2014 for admission to this institute last year (do note that the closing
rank is the lowest rank at which a student – of a particular category – was
finally admitted to the institute):
Ranks for Electronics & Communication Engineering:
Other Backward Hindu 18748
State Merit 15760
Ranks for Electrical & Electronics Engineering:
Other Backward Hindu 25875
State Merit 17398
Ranks for Information Technology:
Other Backward Hindu 37632
State Merit 30035
Ranks for Mechanical Engineering:
Other Backward Hindu 13851
Backward Christian 47475
State Merit 10912
Ranks for Printing Technology:
Other Backward Hindu 35735
State Merit 28904
The closing ranks for admissions to the institute in 2015 are expected to hover in the same range.