Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental, Karnataka releases the COMEDK cut off 2021 after the result declaration. COMEDK cut off refers to the minimum marks the candidates need to obtain to qualify for further admission rounds. The constituent colleges of COMEDK will release their cut off lists individually.
Factors including the difficulty level of the exam, seats available in the member institutes, number of candidates appeared, etc. will influence the COMEDK cut off 2021. Candidates who will be able to score equal to or greater than the cut off score will be able to participate in the selection process of the COMEDK participating institutes.
Aspirants can read this article further for more details regarding the COMEDK cut off 2021, including determining factors, past year’s cut off and FAQs.
|Exam Date for COMEDK 2021||Postponed till further notice|
|COMEDK result announcement||To be notified|
|Publication of cutoff list||To be notified|
|Commencement of counselling||To be notified|
It must be noted that there are a few parameters due to which the cut off varies every year. The publication of the cut off list is one of the most important events in terms of admission. Therefore, candidates must be aware of the factors that will determine the COMEDK 2021 cutoff.
The cut off lists by all the member institutions of COMEDK will vary as per the courses, branches, and number of seats available. The branch-wise and category-wise opening & closing ranks will be shown in the COMEDK 2021 cutoff. The table below mentions the qualifying marks for COMEDK UGET:
|SC/ ST/ OBC||40%|
With the help of expert educationalists, we have prepared the expected COMEDK cutoff of the top 10 affiliated colleges for ECE (Electronics & Communications Engineering) and CSE (Computer Science Engineering) branches. The figures mentioned are based on the trends of previous years and cut-off variations recorded each year. Candidates can refer to the below table to get insights about the expected cut off.
|College’s Name||Opening Rank for CSE||Opening Rank for CSE|
|The National Institute of Engineering, Mysore||4500||7000|
|SJCE College of Engineering||2500||6000|
|Sir M.Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology||3300||6000|
|RV College of Engineering||450||918|
|NITTE Meenakshi Institute of Technology||11000||19000|
|Ms Ramaiah Institute of Technology||1100||2000|
|Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering||4300||8300|
|BNM Institute of Technology||7700||15000|
|BMS College of Engineering||1000||1500|
|Bangalore Institute of Technology||2700||5300|
Note – The actual figures will vary from the expected cut-off score shown in the table above.
Due to the nationwide outbreak of COVID-19, the COMEDK entrance examination process has already been delayed by the consortium. Therefore, the cutoff list for this year will also be released with a delay. In the meanwhile, candidates can go through COMEDK UGET cut off 2018 & 2017 for their reference.
|Year||Round 1||Round 2||Extended Round 2|
|2018||NA||Click Here||Click Here|
|2017||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
Ans: The COMEDK cut off is prepared by the Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka on behalf of its affiliated institutes.
Ans: The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka cut off list will be published only on the official website.
Ans: The opening and closing ranks are basically the rank range within which a candidate’s score should fall to become eligible for further admission rounds. The closing rank is the last rank beyond which the admission is not permitted by the member institutions of COMEDK.
Ans: COMEDK UGET cut off will be released after the result declaration of COMEDK 2021.
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