Kaushik College Of Engineering- Expected Cutoffs for 2015

Kaushik College Of Engineering

The EAMCET, 2015 for the engineering stream concluded on the 8th
of May. We continue to guide you on the various colleges that admit students on
the basis of their performance in the EAMCET. One of the most common queries
that students have is the likely cutoff for selection to various colleges.
Which are the different colleges that I may get selected to? What is the
minimum score needed for selection to a highly reputed branch at a top college?
These questions trouble every single student (and their parents). Accordingly,
we bring to you this series of articles on colleges that select students on the
basis of their performance in the Andhra Pradesh EAMCET (Engineering and
Medical Common Entrance Test). In these articles, we take a look at the opening
and closing ranks for admissions to these colleges in 2013-14. These articles
would give you a brief idea of the expected opening and closing ranks in

The EAMCET is conducted for entry to various professional degree
courses in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Various universities of Andhra Pradesh
give admission to students in courses related to medical, engineering and
agriculture on the basis of their performance in this exam. The Andhra Pradesh
State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) organizes the EAMCET in affiliation
with Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU).

Engineering aspirants taking the EAMCET need to answer a total
of 160 questions on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The test involves no
negative marking. The question paper is available in English and Urdu. However,
only candidates from the Hyderabad centre can avail the question paper in Urdu.

In this particular
article we take a look at Kaushik
College Of Engineering. The
institute was established in 2006 and is spread across a 30 acres sprawling
campus. It is approved by the AICTE and is affiliated to JNTU, Kakinada.

This college offers undergraduate programs in Aeronautical
engineering, Civil engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics
& Communication engineering, Information Technology and Mechanical

The Aeronautical engineering department has an approved intake
of 30 students per year while the departments of Civil engineering and
Information Technology admit 60 students per year. The Computer Science &
Engineering department admits 120 students every year while the Electronics
& Communication engineering and the Mechanical engineering departments
admit 90 and 180 students respectively.

 Let us take a look at the opening ranks and closing ranks for admission
to this institute last year:

Course                                                    Opening Rank    Closing Rank

Computer Science & Engineering              214657              214657

Electronics & Communication Engg           182201              196180

Mechanical Engineering                             107558               217251

The closing ranks for admissions to the institute in 2015 are expected to hover in the same range.