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IIT Bombay Highlights 2024

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Q:   What rank is required to get admission in IIT Bombay?

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Firstly, candidates need to secure a rank in nearly the top 2,00,000 (including all categories) students in JEE Main. Only these students get a chance to sit for JEE Advanced and become eligible for admission to IITs. In the JoSAA Counselling 2023, BTech CSE closing rank was 67, followed by Electrical Engineering at 481 and was the lowest for BTech Metallurgical Engineering and Material Sciences at 4649. For more BTech specialisations cutoff and closing rank details, click here.

Q:   What is IIT Bombay famous for?

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IIT Bombay is a prominent Engineering institute in India. The institute is famous for several things, such as its academic excellence. IIT Bombay has been consistently ranked among the top institutes in India for offering good Engineering courses. The institute has a challenging and rigorous curriculum which covers a wide range of Engineering disciplines. The institute has a vast and diverse alumni network spread across globe. The institute has a vibrant student life with a range of extracurricular activities. Overall, IIT Bombay is famous for its academic excellence, alumni network, beautiful campus and vibrant student life.

 

Q:   Is it difficult to get into IIT Bombay?

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Getting into Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay is indeed challenging due to its rigorous admission process and high academic standards. Admission to IIT Bombay is primarily based on performance in the JEE Advanced, which is highly competitive. However, candidates can follow the steps below to score well in the exam:

  1. Solve as many Numerical Problems as possible, as JEE Advanced exam focuses on testing the candidates comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability.
  2. Keep track of strengths and weaknesses for scoring perfect marks, candidates must be prepared perfectly as well.
  3. Set Daily Targets as it will help you prepare entire syllabus and also the focus will remains unwavering until the long-term goal is achieved.
  4. Develop a Subject-wise Study Plan
  5. Keep a Positive Outlook as JEE Advanced is not the end of the world, but that does not mean it should be taken lightly.
  6. Refer to Previous Years Question Papers
  7. Attempt Mock Tests.

Q:   What are the pros and cons of studying in IIT Bombay?

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There are several pros and cons for studying at IIT Bombay. Candidates can read the below information to know:

Pros:

  1. IIT Bombay is the top institute for technology in India. 
  2. Best place for over all development.
  3. Huge attractive packages in top MNCs for many students.
  4. The institute has collaborations with leading organizations, which provide good opportunities to students for internships, placements and live projects. 

Cons:

  1. The institute has an intense academic pressure and high expectations can be overwhelming, leading to stress and anxiety.
  2. Maintaining a balance in academics, extracurricular activities, and personal life can be challenging, requiring strong time management skills.
  3. Being surrounded by brilliant peers can lead to feelings of inadequacy or insecurity, requiring a strong sense of self-worth.

Henceforth, whether IIT Bombay is a good fit for you depends on your individual priorities and preferences. Weighing both the pros and cons, considering your academic goals, personality, and adaptability, will help you make an informed decision.

 

Q:   What is the expected JEE Main cutoff 2024?

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The National Testing Agency (NTA) will release the JEE Main 2024 cutoff along with the Session 2 result for admission. As per the schedule, the JEE Main Session 2 result will be declared on Ap 25, 2025. In the meantime, candidates can refer to the table given below to check out the category-wise expected JEE Main cutoff 2024: 

Category

JEE Main 2024  ExpectedCutoff

Common Rank List

90-91

Gen-EWS

75-76

OBC-NCL

73-74

SC

51-52

ST

37-38

PwD

0.0013527

 

IIT Bombay Admission Dates 2024

B.E. / B.Tech Admissions 2024

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  • 10+2 with 75% aggregate
  • Accepting Exams: JEE Main, JEE Advanced
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2 Feb '24 - 2 Mar '24
JEE Main 2024 Registration Session 2Ongoing
4 Apr '24 - 15 Apr '24
JEE Main 2024 Exam Date Session 2
25 Apr '24
JEE Main 2024 Result Session 2
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Q:   What is the selection criteria for admission to BSc at IIT Bombay?

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All the IIT aspirants have to sit for JEE Main and afterward, JEE Advanced. Only the top 2, 24,000 scores in JEE Main will become eligible to sit for JEE Advanced. The candidates must have secured at least 75% marks or be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th Class Examination conducted by respective boards. The Admissions into IIT Bombay is done through JoSAA on the basis of JEE Advanced scores.
 

Q:   What all courses are offered by IIT-Bombay?

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The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay) is a premier engineering and technology institute in India that offers a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programs in various disciplines. Here are the courses offered by IIT Bombay:

  • Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) - This is a four-year full-time undergraduate programme offered in various engineering disciplines, including Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Electrical, Mechanical, Metallurgical, Materials Science, and Engineering Physics.
  • Dual Degree (B.Tech and M.Tech) - This is a five-year full-time programme that combines B.Tech and M.Tech courses in various engineering disciplines.
  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) - This is a four-year full-time undergraduate programme offered in Mathematics, Applied Geology, and Economics.
  • Master of Technology (M.Tech) - This is a two-year full-time postgraduate programme offered in various engineering disciplines, including Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Electrical, Mechanical, Metallurgical, Materials Science, and Engineering Physics.
  • Master of Design (M. Des) - This is a two-year full-time postgraduate programme offered in Industrial Design.
  • Master of Management (M. management) - This is a two-year full-time postgraduate programme offered in Management.
  • Master of Science (M.Sc) - This is a two-year full-time postgraduate programme offered in various disciplines, including Applied Statistics and Informatics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, and Environmental Science and Engineering.
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D. ) - This is a doctoral-level programme offered in various disciplines, including Engineering, Science, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

Apart from these programs, IIT Bombay also offers various executive and short-term programs for working professionals and industry executives in the fields of management, entrepreneurship, and technology.

Q:   How can I get admission in IIT Bombay with JEE?

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Candidates wishing to get into BTech course of IIT Bombay have to qualify for JEE Main followed by JEE Advanced. The selected candidates based on JEE score are allotted seat through JoSAA Counselling. Candidates who have completed Class 12 with a minimum of 75% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are eligible to apply for JEE Main. BTech course aspirants have to apply through JEE Main by filling out an application form through the National Testing Agency (NTA) official website (nta.ac.in). The application fee for boys is INR 1,000 and INR 800 for girls (general/gen-EWS/OBC (NCL) category). Followed by JEE Main, students have to register for JEE Advanced. For this, candidates have to first login with their JEE Main 2023 application number and password. Further, candidates have to fill out the registration form, upload scanned certificates, and pay the application fee. 

 

Q:   Is it difficult to get into IIT Bombay?

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Getting into Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay is indeed challenging due to its rigorous admission process and high academic standards. Admission to IIT Bombay is primarily based on performance in the JEE Advanced, which is highly competitive. However, candidates can follow the steps below to score well in the exam:

  1. Solve as many Numerical Problems as possible, as JEE Advanced exam focuses on testing the candidates comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability.
  2. Keep track of strengths and weaknesses for scoring perfect marks, candidates must be prepared perfectly as well.
  3. Set Daily Targets as it will help you prepare entire syllabus and also the focus will remains unwavering until the long-term goal is achieved.
  4. Develop a Subject-wise Study Plan
  5. Keep a Positive Outlook as JEE Advanced is not the end of the world, but that does not mean it should be taken lightly.
  6. Refer to Previous Years Question Papers
  7. Attempt Mock Tests.

Q:   Can we get direct admission in IIT Bombay?

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No, IIT Bombay does not offer direct admission to any of its courses. Admission to all the courses is entrance-based (Except for EMBA, where admission is merit-based and performance in the interview round). The IIT Bombay admission process includes the application process, selection round, cutoff, merit list or counselling and other steps. For BTech, candidates have to clear JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Further for other courses such as MTech, MBA, MSc, BDes, and MDes, aspirants need to clear GATE, CAT, IITJAM, UCEED, and CEED, respectively to qualify for further admission rounds. 

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IIT Bombay Cutoff 2024

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JEE Advanced Last Round Closing Rank (General-All India)
Course202120222023
B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering676167
B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering434369481
B.Tech. in Engineering Physics132414521749
Integrated B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering + M.Tech. in Microelectronics– / –866981
B.Tech. + M.Tech. in Electrical Engineering795– / –– / –
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Q:   What rank should we get to enter IIT Bombay?

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Based on previous year's cutoff trends, you need to have a rank of around 2,000 in JEE Advanced. However, for top branches, you need to get a rank under 100 in JEE. 1. To get into top branches like computer Science and engineering at IIT Bombay, you need to get AJEE Advance rank of around 65. 2. To get into the Electrical Engineering branch, you need to have a rank of around 300 in JEE. 3. In fields like civil engineering, you can get admission with a rank of around 3,000. You can check the closing rank for IIT Bombay at this link to get an idea of the rank you need for admission: https://www.shiksha.com/university/iit-bombay-indian-institute-of-technology-mumbai-54212/cutoff.
 

Q:   What was the CAT cutoff for admission in IIT Mumbai last year?

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The required CAT score for admission to the MBA programme at IIT Bombay was in the 90th percentile. This cutoff was used to shortlist candidates for the admissions selection process. The final cutoff for admission was around the 98.5 percentile. The final cutoff weightage is 70% from the CAT 5% from the 12th grade, 5% from graduation, 5% from post-graduation, and 10% from gender diversity. For entry into MBA executive programs, the IIT B CAT cutoff score was 97.5 percentile.
 

Q:   How many marks are required in JEE Advanced to get the IITB?

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You have to clear Joint Entrance Examination Advanced to get admission into the Indian Institutes of Technology. You also need to have min 75 percent on your 12th boards. To get something like computer Science and Engineering at the Indian Institutes of Technology Bombay, you need something in the range of 90 percent marks in the Joint Entrance Examination Advanced. However, if you are not bothered about the branch, anything above a 55 to 65 percent score in Joint Entrance Examination Advanced will be sufficient to land you into the Indian Institutes of Technology, Bombay. Still, this data may vary from year to year. I hope this will help you.

Q:   What is the JAM 2023 Fourth Admission List Opening and Closing rank for MSc specialisations at IIT Bombay?

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As per IIT Bombay cut off 2023 for JAM 2023 Fourth Admission List, the opening and closing ranks for MSc Applied Geology are 1 and 18, respectively. Also, for MSc Chemistry, the opening and closing ranks stood at 1 and 25, respectively. Tabulated below are IIT JAM 2023 Opening Ranks (ORs) and Closing Ranks (CRs) for various MSc specialisations offered by IIT Bombay: 

MSc/ MSc - PhD Specialisation ORsCRs
Applied Geology118
Applied Geophysics153303
Statistics126
Biotechnology224
Chemistry125
Mathematics242
Physics657
Energy Science And Engineering606606
Energy Science And Engineering317544
Energy Science And Engineering217296
Environmental Science And Engineering4343
Environmental Science And Engineering645645
Environmental Science And Engineering487577
Environmental Science And Engineering662662
Operations Research1117
Operations Research336
 

Q:   Is IIT Bombay conducting Spot counselling round for UCEED 2024 admissions?

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The Joint Admission Process of UCEED 2024 will have three seat allotment rounds. Also, any updates on SPOT round may only be notified by IIT Bombay at the end of the 3rd round of seat allotment. Note that the SPOT round will be held only if there are vacant seats left after the complexion of the three regular rounds.

The allotment of seats during SPOT round will be allocated as per the merit rank of the candidate. However, the allotment will also be made on a first-come, first-served basis. 

 

Q:   Will IIT Bombay conduct any mock tests for UCEED 2024 exam?

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In the previous edition of the UCEED exam, IIT Bombay didn’t conduct any mock tests. So, it is unlikely that any mock tests will be held for the UCEED 2024 exam. But it cannot be totally ruled out that IIT Bombay won’t conduct any mock tests for the upcoming exam. 

A clear picture regarding any mock tests for the UCEED 2024 exam will only be clear once the admission notification is released for the exam. So, students are urged to stay tuned and keep looking this space for any important notification on UCEED 2024 mock tests.

 

Q:   What is the cutoff for B.Tech at IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology for other than general categories?

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The last year 2022 cutoff ranks for B.Tech. in Civil Engineering at IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology other than General category are - 1633 for OBC, 851 for SC, 257 for ST, 693 for EWS, 156 for PWD. While the admissions are based on the scores/rank obtained in JEE exam, the last cut offs also change a lot depending on All India quota or Home State. It also varies if the applicant is a female.

 
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IIT Bombay Placements 2023

CourseMedian Salary
B.E. / B.Tech
12.97 - 26.64 LPA
M.E./M.Tech
12.97 - 20 LPA
M.Sc.
16.56 LPA
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Top Recruiters

HONEYWELL
ISRO
Vedanta
ONGC
ACCENTURE
L T
ITC
Hindustan Unilever
CITI Bank
Microsoft
Google
IBM
UBER
Apple
SONY
Qualcomm
Mahindra Group
Samsung
Analog Devices
Reliance
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Internships and industry projects

Students can work with faculty on research projects

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Internships and industry projects

Offered every semester

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Employment opportunities

Many students started their own start-ups

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Employment opportunities

Higher in core jobs

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Higher studies preferences

Majority opted in outside India

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Placement support

Organized & proactive placement process

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Alumni network

Strong alumni network that help with placement opportunities

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Entrepreneurship cell

Very Active and resourceful, college is also involved

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Overall feeling of students

Love being in college

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Q:   What is the highest package of IIT Bombay?

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Media reports indicate that at the end of Phase 1 IIT Bombay placements 2023, the highest domestic package and the highest international package were INR 3.67 crore and INR 1.31 crore, respectively. The average package offered during IIT Bombay placements 2023 was INR 23.26 LPA. Additionally, IIT Bombay placed 1,648 students in its placements 2023, of which 1,431 were accepted. IIT Bombay placed 63 international applicants during phase 1 of placements in 2023. In the 2023 placements at IIT Bombay, 25 offers totaling more than INR 1 crore per annum were accepted.

Q:   What is the salary of a topper of IIT Bombay?

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During IIT Bombay placements 2023, the highest international and domestic salary offered to the students stood at INR 3.67 crore per annum and INR 1.68 crore per annum, respectively. Further, an improving trend was witnessed in the highest international package offered over the past three years during IIT Bombay placements. The highest international and domestic salary trends witnessed during IIT Bombay placements over the past three years are presented below:

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Placement Statistics (2022)

Placement Statistics (2023)

the highest international package

INR 2.1 crore per annum

INR 3.67 crore per annum

the highest domestic package

INR 1.8 crore per annum

INR 1.68 crore per annum

 

Q:   How are placements for Master of Business Administration (MBA) at SJMSOM college?

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{Source: MBA students & alumni}

Based on the information provided by the five reviews, here is how the placements are at SJMSOM:

1. Average salary package has increased by 5% compared to the previous year, with the highest salary package offered being 32.8 LPA.
2. Most students received internships from companies such as Wipro and Reliance Industries.
3. Many top recruiting companies visit the campus for placements, including Amazon, Flipkart, Google, Hewlett Packard, Infosys and Wipro.
4. Almost all students (around 98%) got placed, with the highest package offered being 18 lacs.
5. The average package offered is around 18.0 lacs.
6. Internships are also available for students, with many students receiving them.
7. The college has a good reputation and is considered a prestigious institution, which can be beneficial for placements.

Overall, it seems that the placements at SJMSOM are very good, with high average salaries, a large number of students getting placed and many top recruiting companies participating in the placement process.
 

Q:   How are placements for Integrated B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering + M.Tech. in Communication and Signal Processing at IIT Bombay college?

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{Source: B.Tech students & alumni}

IIT Bombay offers various opportunities for students, including internships and industry projects, which are available every semester. The Entrepreneurship cell is very active, and many students have started their own start-ups after graduating. Employment opportunities are high, particularly in core jobs, and most students choose to pursue higher studies outside of India. The placement process is well-organized and proactive, and the strong alumni network provides additional support and placement opportunities. Overall, students report loving their time at the college.

Based on the five reviews provided, here's an analysis of the placements at IIT Bombay for the Integrated B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering • M.Tech. in Communication and Signal Processing program:

Placements at IIT Bombay are generally strong, with a high percentage of students getting placed every year. According to Review 1, approximately 80% of students get placed annually, with top recruiting companies such as Texas Instruments and Qualcomm offering lucrative packages. Review 3 corroborates this information, stating that around 98.5% of students were placed in the previous year, with the highest salary package offered at 2 CPA by Uber and the average salary range between 20-25 LPA.

However, it's worth noting that placements can vary depending on the branch and internship experiences. According to Review 4, placements are "pretty decent" across all branches, but some branches may have a higher placement rate than others. Additionally, Review 5 highlights that many students secured internships in various fields such as IT, software, consulting, finance, data Science and data analytics, indicating that the institute provides a diverse range of opportunities for its students.

Overall, the placements at IIT Bombay for the Integrated B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering • M.Tech. in Communication and Signal Processing programme appear to be strong, with a high percentage of students securing positions in reputable companies and startups. However, it's important to note that placements can vary depending on individual circumstances and factors beyond the control of the institute.

Summary: Placements at IIT Bombay are generally strong, with a high percentage of students getting placed annually in reputable companies and startups. However, placements can vary depending on individual circumstances and factors beyond the control of the institute.

Above answer is based on below reviews
Placements are great and good . by Cherish
Approximately 80% of students . by Saksham
In the electrical engineering . by Yuvraj
Placements at IIT Bombay are p . by Anonymous
In the electrical engineering . by Uday
 

Q:   What is the salary of MBA in IIT Bombay SJMSOM?

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The placement rate recorded during SJMSOM IIT Bombay MBA placements 2023 was 100%. Students get a good salary package after completing MBA from a reputed institute like SJMSOM. The highest package and average package offered during SJMSOM IIT Bombay MBA placements 2023 stood at INR 54 LPA and INR 28.88 LPA, respectively. The top recruiters of SJMSOM IIT Bombay in 2023 included leading companies such as GEP, HUL, Google, Accenture, Cargill, etc. 

 

IIT Bombay
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Good faculty and Good placements.
Placements: 70% placements. Top companies will recruit you. The maximum number of students will get internships. Average 20 LPA in mechanical engineering. My sister is Indian; the biggest problem with me. And all others are preparing to be developed by mistake. Delete this message.
Infrastructure: Indians have the finest infrastructure. My situation is Indians; the biggest events in this program will last. This program will last. For information, contact the number. The quality of the facilities in my hostel, sports, and games are really awesome. Classrooms are good.
Faculty: Indians have the finest faculty. The semester exams in this college. Pass percentage will have an average value. Teaching quality will be the best. It makes the students ready for industry. They will recruit and will come back to cover for the information contained.
Other: Mood indigo is india's biggest events.
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I think my college is the best.
Placements: Up to 80% of students were placed in my course. The highest package is up to 80 LPA, and the lowest is 15 LPA, with an average of 30 LPA per annum. Material companies like silicon-related companies and more companies recruit up to 30-40 percent of students for internships.
Infrastructure: Facilities in my course are very good. The classroom infrastructure is very good, and the labs are also very well-equipped with all necessary facilities. Wi-Fi is available everywhere in the classroom. The hostels are very good; however, the food is not great, but it's not too bad either. The canteens are also not very good.
Faculty: Teachers are very helpful, qualified, and kind. They teach very well. The course curriculum is very relevant and it prepares students for industries. Semester exams are not too tough, and the pass percentage is up to 30-40 percent for the course, so they are not overly difficult.
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Best college in India where we get huge amounts of Knowledge.
Placements: Placements are the best; we all want to be looked at. Placements here are great and have been experiencing largely unaffected growth in package. The highest package offered in the institute is 1.5 crore+, and the average goes up to INR 21 LPA, which is gate number. As far as chemical engineering is concerned, the average package goes around INR 18 to 19 LPA.
Infrastructure: Hostels here great to live in. The hostel experience is really memorable for any student. All hostels have 24?7 Wi-Fi access and connectivity. Hostel mess food is also far then that of the other college. Also, the hostels are quite safe and secure from the perspective of a girl students.
Faculty: The Faculty here is great. All the professors are highly educated and skilled. They are very punctual when it comes to lectures or assignment submissions. The courses here a bit tough, but they are worth studying. Though one may feel that Curriculum is outdated. Passing percentage in IIT Bombay is more.
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Placements: Since I'm in my first year, I don't know how much percentage, you can find it on official website. But the seniors tell it has always been above 90%. The least package offered in MEMS depth. Was 13.87 LPA and the maximum was 49.38 LPA in the year 2023. Some of the top companies were JP morgan, Goldman Sachs, Amazon, Microsoft.
Infrastructure: The Facilities are definitely best in sports, classrooms, Hostel rooms, Internet, Hospital is 24*7, Library 24* etc. We have our own gym and the mess food is decent as far as quality is concerned I felt it as best. The canteens are not pure veg and it is a problem for vegetarian students. We have got our own dominos, CCD, Chaiyos.
Faculty: The teachers are the best here, They are very encouraging with the students and there is a mutual respect for every student and there is no partiality and hence all are equal. They try to help in every possible way, let it be personal or academic or anything else. We have an opportunity to meet the top industrialists to solve any kind of problems they face. The pass percentage is not bad.
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This is the best college.
Placements: At first IIT bombay is known for its strong placement record. 85 percent of students were placed from our course in various company like google, infosys, microsoft. Etc. Google was the yop recruiting company for our course. Software developed, app management etc. Roles offered by the company gives us. The highest package was 1.34 crores, the lowest package was 75.45 LPA and average package was 46,57 LPA. 97 percent students were got internship from our course in google, tcs, wipro, adobe etc.
Infrastructure: Wi-Fi connection was ver good and fast. Library is given significant resources for the student who want to gain knowledge. Classroom is very clean and used a very high teach product for students learning. Labs are very well maintain by the college authority. We are appriciate that.
Faculty: Teachers are very friendly and they are also helped us to gain the knowledge and solve the problem easily. Teaching quality and techar's knowledge awesome. This course is the best course for gthe students and the course gives you knowledge and help to get a job offer. Semester exam are normally difficult but it's not very hard. Pass percentage is 100 percent.
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IIT Bombay Rankings 2024

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Q:   What rank is needed for IIT Bombay in UCEED?

A: 

IIT Bombay considers UCEED rank for providing to admission to BDes programme. Below is UCEED rank for IIT Bombay BDes:

202120222023
151516
 

Q:   Is IIT Bombay MBA ranked?

A: 

IIT Bombay Management course is ranked by various agencies.

  • In 2022, the institute was ranked at 5th position in QS World Rankings (Business & Management Studies).
  • It also acquired 11th position in Eduniversal B-School ranking. 
  • NIRF has ranked IIT Bombay under the 'Management' Category in 2023 at 10th position.
 

Q:   What is the JAM 2023 Second admission list opening and closing rank for MSc specialisations at IIT Bombay?

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IIT Bombay cut off 2023 for JAM 2023 Second Admission List, the opening and closing ranks for MSc Biotechnology are 1 and 14, respectively. Tabulated below are IIT JAM 2023 Opening Ranks (ORs) and Closing Ranks (CRs) for various MSc and MSc - PhD specializations offered by IIT Kharagpur: 

MSc SpecialisationsORs CRs
Applied Geology117
Applied Geophysics153301
Statistics126
Biotechnology114
Chemistry125
Mathematics232
Physics541
MSc - PhD SpecialisationsORsCRs
Energy Science And Engineering- CY317544
Energy Science And Engineering- MA 523523
Energy Science And Engineering- PH217296
Environmental Science And Engineering- BT3131
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IIT Bombay Courses and Fees 2024

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B.E. / B.Tech(27 courses)
8 L - 20 L
10+2 : 75 %
M.E./M.Tech(71 courses)
1.2 L - 10 L
10+2 : 75 %
Graduation : 60 %
Exams : GATECOAP+2 More
M.Sc.(11 courses)
30 K - 2.7 L
Exams : IIT JAM
B.Sc.(3 courses)
8 L
10+2 : 75 %
MBA/PGDM(2 courses)
8 L - 20 L
Graduation : 50 %
Exams : CATJEE Main+2 More
Ph.D.(25 courses)
21.3 K - 5.7 L
Graduation : 60 %
Exams : GATEIIT JAM+3 More
B.Des(2 courses)
8 L - 11.6 L
Exams : UCEED
M.A.(4 courses)
1.2 L - 3.5 L
Graduation : 55-60 %
Exams : GATEUGC NET+1 More
M.Des(5 courses)
70 K - 1 L
Exams : CEED
MS(2 courses)
1.2 L
Graduation : 60 %
Exams : GATE
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Q:   What is the total fee of B.Tech at IIT Bombay for 4 years?

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The total tuition fees for BTech ranges from INR 8 Lacs to INR 20 Lacs (inclusive of the integrated BTech-MTech fee). In addition, SC/ ST/ PwD candidates are exempted from paying tuition fees for UG courses. The institute further reserves the right to revise the fee in subsequent semesters. Moreover, the given fee is as per the data collected from unofficial sources. Hence, is subject to change.

Q:   Is IIT Bombay expensive?

A: 

It depends upon students perspective if IIT Bombay is expensive or not. IIT Bombay fees range from INR 30,000 to INR 42 Lacs depending upon the course selected by the students. However, students can apply for several scholarships in the form of free messing, remission of fees, assistantships, etc. The institute also accepts nearly all national scholarships offered by the Government of India.

 

Q:   How can I study in IIT Bombay for free?

A: 

IIT Bombay does not offer complete free education. However, students can apply for scholarships to recieve a free education at IIT Bombay. Candidates can refer to the table below to know about the various scholarships:

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Free messing (SC/ ST)

The facilities of free messing will be granted to eligible SC/ST students

Institute merit-cum-means

Academic merit, as well as means, will be taken into account to determine eligibility

Named scholarships

Office of the Dean Alumni & Corporate Relations manages the Named scholarship endowed by the alumni of IIT Bombay and other well-wishers

Remission of fees

The students whose gross income of parents for the previous financial year is not more than INR 5 LPA are eligible to apply for Remission of fees

Free messing (SC/ ST) - MSc

All SC/ ST students are exempted from the payment of tuition fees

Named scholarships - MSc

Office of the Dean Alumni & Corporate Relations manages the named scholarship endowed by the alumni of the IIT Bombay and other well-wishers

Institute merit-cum-means - MSc

The scholarship is given to students with income up to INR 1 Lacs - 5 Lacs per annum

 

Q:   Can I know about the eligibility criteria for the MDes in Mobility and Vehicle Design at IIT Bombay?

A: 
Bachelor's Degree in Design/ Engineering/ Architecture/ Interior Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year Bachelor's course). Note: B.Plan. considered equivalent to B.Arch. Four year B.Sc (Engg) course after HSC considered equivalent to BE/B.Tech. Professional Diploma in Design: 10+2+4 years (minimum four year diploma program). BFA Sculpture (4 year professional program with entry after 10+2). NOTES: (a) Candidates with GD Art diploma will additionally require one year professional experience in design areas. (b) Applicants can apply to any number of streams. Application form must be submitted for each stream, along with the fee.

Q:   Can I join IIT Bombay after Class 12?

A: 

Admission to the institute after Class 12 is open for BTech, BS and BDes courses. After completing Class 12, candidates must qualify JEE Main, JEE Advanced followed by the JoSAA Counselling for BTech and BS courses. For BDes, UCEED score is required for admission.

 
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IIT Bombay Scholarships 2024

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Q:   Can I get a scholarship in IIT Bombay?

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Embarking on your academic journey at IIT Bombay is a dream for many aspiring engineers, but the cost of education can be a daunting prospect. Fortunately, the institute offers a range of scholarships to ensure that financial barriers do not hinder deserving students from accessing top-quality education. Let's dive into the different types of scholarships available at IIT Bombay and explore how they can help make your dreams a reality: 1. Master of Science Scholarships 2. Teaching Assistantship for Dual Degree Programmes 3. Undergraduate Scholarships 4. Forbes Marshall Scholarship 5. Merit-cum-Means (MCM) Scholarship 6. SJM School of Management Scholarship.

Q:   How can I get a full scholarship in IIT Bombay?

A: 
To qualify for an IIT Bombay scholarship, you must meet certain eligibility criteria. These include having a stellar academic record, demonstrating exceptional talent and achievements in your field of study, and showcasing financial needs. In addition to these basic requirements, you may also need to clear various rounds of aptitude tests, interviews, and other selection procedures. So, it's not just about having a good scorecard, but also about demonstrating your potential and commitment to your chosen discipline. Remember, competition for scholarships at IIT Bombay is fierce, so you'll need to bring your A-game to the table. But, if you are willing to put in the hard work and prove your worth, the rewards can be truly life changing. So, go ahead and chase your dreams with all your might!

Q:   What are the scholarships offered to PhD students from IIT Bombay?

A: 

The institute offers fellowships to PhD students. Additionally, the PhD students also receive a QIP scholarship of INR 6,000 for a duration of two years and INR 6,400 in the third year and INR 10,000 contingency per annum. There are different types of scholarships available such as CSIR fellowship, Teaching Assistantship, Research Assistantship, and Private/Government scholarships.

 

Q:   Is there any scholarship for IIT Bombay?

A: 

The institute offers Merit-cum-Means Scholarship to a maximum of 25% of the sanctioned intake of UG and MSc students. Facilities of Free Messing is also available to SC/ ST students under which they get an exemption from paying the tuition fees. In addition, the Office of the Dean Alumni & Corporate Relations manages the Named scholarship endowed by the alumni of the Institute and other wellwishers. In order to avail of any of the offered scholarships, candidates must meet the eligibility conditions set for the respective scholarships. For more information about the offered scholarships, click here.

 

Q:   What are the scholarships offered by BDes programme of IIT Bombay?

A: 

IIT Bombay offers merit-based scholarships to BDes students. Applications for the scholarships are forwarded through IIT. The available scholarships are further as follows:

  • Institute Merit-cum-Means
  • Free Mess Facilities (SC/ST)
  • Remission of Fees
  • Named Scholarships
 
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Q:   Between IIT Bombay and IIT Delhi, which has better hostel facilities and amenities for BTech students?

A: 
Based on ratings and reviews from current and former students, IIT Delhi is considered to have better hostel facilities and amenities compared to IIT Bombay. The hostels at IIT Delhi are known for their cleanliness, spacious rooms, and well-maintained common areas. The campus also has various sports facilities, gymnasiums, and recreation rooms, which are highly appreciated by the students. In comparison, while the hostels at IIT Bombay are also considered to be of good quality, they are often criticized for being too congested and having inadequate facilities. However, the campus does have a good range of amenities including a sports complex, swimming pool, and student activity center.

Q:   What is it like to study at IIT Bombay?

A: 
Definitely! With a commitment to providing a holistic student experience, IIT, Bombay offers excellent on-campus accommodation for its students. From cosy dormitories to spacious apartments, there is a range of options available to suit every student's needs and budget. The hostels are well-equipped with modern amenities such as Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, and round-the-clock security to ensure students feel safe and comfortable at all times. Living on campus also provides students with a unique opportunity to be part of a vibrant community of like-minded individuals. With regular events, clubs, and societies, there is always something exciting happening on campus, fostering a sense of camaraderie and lifelong friendships. So, if you're looking for top-notch accommodation to complement your world-class education at IIT, Bombay, look no further than the on-campus hostels!

Q:   How has your life changed after joining IIT Bombay?

A: 

IIT Bombay life is a remarkable and essential time in a person’s life, and everyone should enjoy it. College life teaches us many things and builds our confidence to face the challenges and struggles in our future. It is entirely different from school life. College life exposes us to new experiences and things that we were not familiar with earlier. For some people, college life means enjoying life to the fullest and partying hard. For others, it means studying hard to achieve their goals and dreams. Life at IIT Bombay is vibrant, energetic and thrilling all in one. The college is well known for providing students with the best campus life and several provisions to fulfill most requirements any student can face during their time at IIT.

 

Q:   Does IIT Bombay have a hostel?

A: 

Yes, IIT Bombay provides accommodation to students. The college has a vast campus, where a total of 17 hostels are available, which includes (hostels no-1 to16, hostel no -18 and Tansa). Based on the availability of the hostel, the rooms are randomly allocated to students. All the first-year students of UG & PG courses share the same hostel. The hostel management and guidelines are regulated by the Hostel Co-ordinating Unit (HCU) of IIT Bombay.

 

Q:   What facilities are available at campus of IIT Bombay?

A: 

The extensive campus of IIT Bombay houses many advanced facilities for its students such as banks, a shopping centre, two excellent schools for children, a well-equipped hospital, hostels, modern libraries and more. Inside the hostel premises, there is a separate complex for various sports. Also, the libraries are decked with Lacs of books, journals, thesis and digital books. Other than that, various canteens and cafeteria are also available inside the hostel premises.

 
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IIT Bombay FAQs

Q:   Can you describe the full course of MA in English at IIT Bombay?

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IIT Bombay offers a two-year Master of Arts (M.A. ) programme in English, which is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of English language and literature. The programme aims to equip students with critical and analytical skills required to engage with literary texts from various genres and historical periods. The course structure of the M.A. programme in English at IIT Bombay is as follows: First Year: Semester I: Literary Theory and Criticism, British Literature from 14th to 18th century, American Literature, Indian Writing in English Semester II: British Literature from 19th century to Contemporary times, Literary Genres (Poetry, Drama, Novel), Commonwealth Literature, Language and Linguistics Second Year: Semester III: Optional Papers (choose from a range of electives), Indian Aesthetics, Literary and Cultural Studies Semester IV: Dissertation In the first year of the programme, students are introduced to the foundational concepts and theories of literature, along with the history of literature in Britain, America, and India. They also study the different literary genres such as poetry, drama, and novel. In the second year, students have the option to choose from a range of electives, which may include topics such as postcolonial literature, literary translation, feminist literary theory, and contemporary literature. In the final semester, students are required to undertake a research project in the form of a dissertation, which provides them with an opportunity to explore a topic of their interest in-depth and demonstrate their research and analytical skills. Overall, the M.A. programme in English at IIT Bombay is a rigorous and intellectually stimulating programme that prepares students for careers in academia, publishing, media, and other related fields.
 

Q:   What is the course curriculum for the Aerospace Engineering course at IIT Bombay?

A: 
The Aerospace Engineering course curriculum at IIT Bombay is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles of aerospace engineering, as well as the practical skills needed to design, build, and test aircraft and spacecraft. Here is an overview of the course curriculum: Mathematics: The course starts with a focus on mathematics, including calculus, linear Algebra and Differential Equations which form the foundation for advanced engineering courses. Mechanics: The next part of the curriculum covers classical mechanics, including Newton's laws, kinematics, and dynamics. This provides students with a deep understanding of the forces that affect aircraft and spacecraft in flight. Thermodynamics The course then moves on to Thermodynamics which covers the fundamental principles of energy and heat transfer. This is essential knowledge for designing and building propulsion systems for aircraft and spacecraft. Aerospace Materials: The curriculum then covers the properties and behavior of materials used in aerospace engineering, including metals, composites, and polymers. This includes an emphasis on material testing and selection. Aerodynamics: The course then focuses on aerodynamics, covering the principles of fluid mechanics and the behavior of fluids in Motion. Students learn how to design aircraft and spacecraft that can operate efficiently in various environments. Aerospace Structures: The next part of the curriculum covers aerospace structures, including the design and analysis of aircraft and spacecraft components, such as wings, fuselages, and engine mounts. Propulsion: The course then covers propulsion systems, including both air-breathing and rocket engines. Students learn about the design, operation, and performance of different types of propulsion systems. Flight Mechanics and Control: The curriculum then covers flight mechanics and control, including the design and analysis of control systems for aircraft and spacecraft. Students learn how to design control systems that can ensure safe and efficient flight. Overall, the Aerospace Engineering course curriculum at IIT Bombay is comprehensive and rigorous, providing students with the theoretical and practical knowledge needed to pursue a successful career in the aerospace industry.
 

Q:   Are there any research opportunities available for students of the Aerospace Engineering course at IIT Bombay?

A: 
The student-to-faculty ratio in the Aerospace Engineering course at IIT Bombay can vary from year to year, depending on the number of students and the availability of faculty members. However, as one of the premier engineering institutes in India, IIT Bombay maintains a low student-to-faculty ratio to ensure that students receive personalized attention and support. According to the latest data available, the overall student-to-faculty ratio at IIT Bombay is around 12:1. However, this ratio can vary depending on the specific department and programme. In the Aerospace Engineering department, the student-to-faculty ratio is typically lower, which means that students can benefit from more individualized attention and guidance from their professors. Having a low student-to-faculty ratio is an important factor in ensuring that students receive a high-quality education. It allows faculty members to provide more personalized attention to each student, to engage in one-on-one discussions and mentoring, and to provide feedback on assignments and projects. This can help students to develop a deeper understanding of the material and to achieve their academic and career goals.
 

Q:   What is the latest IIT Bombay cutoff for CEED 2023?

A: 
IIT Bombay officially released the CEED cutoff 2023 for Part A on February 9 on its official site at CEED. Iitb. AC. In. CEED 2023 cutoff was released in the form of mean and standard deviation. The mean deviation of Part A stood at 22.59, while the standard deviation was at 11.82. As per the CEED cutoff 2023, the qualifying marks will be 24.58 for OPEN category candidates, 22.12 marks for OBC/ EWS, and 12.29 marks for SC/ ST/ PWD category candidates.
 

Q:   Is IIT Bombay better than IIT Delhi?

A: 
IIT Delhi has been ranked 3 and IIT Bombay has been ranked 4 by the NIRF Rankings in 2022. Talking about the placements, the highest packages offered at IIT Delhi and IIT Bombay were INR 2 crore per annum and INR 3.67 crore per annum, respectively. When comparing the two under JoSAA Cutoff 2022 for Computer Science Engineering specialisation, IIT Bombay was far more competitive with the closing Rank of 61 than IIT Delhi with 105.

Q:   Which exam score is accepted for IIT Bombay admissions for the M.Tech course?

A: 
IIT Bombay accepts GATE score for admission to M.Tech course. Candidates must have a BE/ B.Tech/ B.Sc/ Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Planning/ M.Sc/ MCA/ MBBS/ MPharm/ B.Pharma/ BDS/ degree recognised equivalent to BE/ B.Tech with a minimum of 60% aggregate (55% aggregate for SC/ ST/ PwD category).. .
 

Q:   Will IIT Bombay release any official analysis of the UCEED 2024 exam?

A: 

IIT Bombay typically doesn’t release any exam analysis for the UCEED exam. It simpy conducts the exam, and releases the draft and final answer keys. IIT Bombay also will release the question paper for the UCEED 2024 exam.

So, the candidate has to rely on exam analysis brought to them by shiksha.com and a few other unofficial sources. Shiksha.com correspondents will visit the exam centre on exam-day and bring you student reactions and feedback. We will also bring you exam analysis done by the leading coaching institutes of the country.

 

Q:   What is the cutoff rank for IIT Bombay Integrated BTech courses?

A: 

IIT Bombay accepts JEE Advanced scores, followed by JoSAA counselling for admission to the BTech and Integrated BTech courses. As per the JEE Advanced cutoff 2023 for Round 1, the closing cutoff rank was 966 for Integrated BTech in Electrical Engineering + M.Tech in Microelectronics programme for the General category students. For the year 2022, the Round 2 closing rank was 866 for the integrated BTech course. For a detailed IIT Bombay BTech specialisation-wise cutoff ranks for the academic year 2023,  click here

 

Q:   Can I get IIT Bombay under 500 rank?

A: 

Yes, candidates who have secured a rank under 500 are eligible to get admission at IIT Bombay. As per the IIT Bombay Round 1 cutoff, BTech CSE became the most competitive specialisation with a closing cutoff rank of 66. Candidates can refer to the table given below to check out the specialisations for which they can get admission under the 500 rank for the General category: 

BTech Specialisations 2023
Computer Science and Engineering66
Chemical Engineering463
Integrated BTech in Electrical Engineering + M.Tech in Microelectronics966
Engineering Physics1125
Mathematics1567
Mechanical Engineering1691
Aerospace Engineering2568
Chemical Engineering2605
Energy Engineering2694
Civil Engineering4134
Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science4428
 

Q:   What is the JEE Advanced 2023 round 1 opening and closing rank for CSE at IIT Bombay?

A: 

During JEE Advanced Round 1 cutoff, the opening and closing ranks for the IIT Bombay CSE programme stood at 1 and 66, respectively for the General category students. As per the Round 1 cutoff, BTech in Computer Science and Engineering was the most competitive specialisation with a closing cutoff of 66, followed by BTech in Electrical Engineering with 463. Compared with the Round 1 2022 and 2021 cutoff, the closing cutoff for IIT Bombay CSE stood at 61 and 67, respectively. So, as per the analysis of the latest year and past year trends, a fluctuating trend has been witnessed for IIT Bombay CSE specialisations. 

 

Q:   What is the JEE Advanced cut off for BTech in Aerospace Engineering at IIT Bombay?

A: 

For 2023, cut off was 2694 for General category candidates in All India quota for B.Tech. in Aerospace Engineering in IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology. For female candidates in general category under All India quota, 4647 was the closing rank. B.Tech cut off varies depending on the category and domicile/quota of the applicant.

IIT Bombay admission 2023 is based on JEE Advanced scores followed by the JoSAA Counselling 2023. In order to be eligible for JoSAA Counselling candidates must appear for JEE Main followed by JEE Advanced. 

 

Q:   What is the opening and closing rank for BTech in Aerospace Engineering at IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology?

A: 

Opening and Closing rank depends on the category and quota of candidates. For general category under All India, opening rank was 2568 and closing rank was 2694. Cut off are differant when it comes to other categories or female candidates and even domicile of home state. In All India, opening and closing rank for female candidates was 1241 and 4647. Admission to B.Tech. in Aerospace Engineering in IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology is based on the scores obtained in the entrance exam JEE Advanced. Applicants are advised to confirm what category are they applying while checking for cut offs.

 

Q:   What is the cutoff for BTech at IIT Bombay for other than general categories?

A: 

IIT Bombay cutoff 2023 ranks for BTech Aerospace Engineering at IIT Bombay other than General category are mentioned below:

  • 1588 for OBC
  • 952 for SC
  • 475 for ST
  • 642 for EWS
  • 49 for PWD

While the admissions are based on the scores/rank obtained in JEE Advanced, the last cut offs also change a lot depending on All India quota or Home State. It also varies if the applicant is a female.

 

Q:   What is the JEE Advanced cut off for BTech in Computer Science and Engineering at IIT Bombay?

A: 

For 2023, cut off was 67 for General category candidates in All India quota for B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering in IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology. For female candidates in general category under All India quota, 291 was the closing rank. B.Tech cut off varies depending on the category and quota of the applicant.

IIT Bombay admission 2023 is based on JEE Advanced scores followed by the JoSAA Counselling 2023. In order to be eligible for JoSAA Counselling candidates must appear for JEE Main followed by JEE Advanced. 

 

Q:   What is the opening and closing rank for BTech in Computer Science and Engineering at IIT Bombay?

A: 

Opening and Closing rank depends on the category and quota of candidates. For general category under All India, opening rank was 66 and closing rank was 67. Cut off are differant when it comes to other categories or female candidates. In All India, opening and closing rank for female candidates was 74 and 291. Admission to B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering in IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology is based on the scores obtained in the entrance exam JEE Advanced. Applicants are advised to confirm what category are they applying while checking for cut offs.

 

Q:   What is the cutoff for BTech CSE at IIT Bombay for other than general categories?

A: 

IIT Bombay cutoff 2023 ranks for BTech in Computer Science and Engineering other than General category are mentioned below

  • 58 for OBC
  • 27 for SC
  • 10 for ST
  • 20 for EWS
  • 5 for PWD

While the admissions are based on the scores/rank obtained in JEE Advanced, the last cut offs also change a lot depending on All India quota or Home State. It also varies if the applicant is a female.

 

Q:   Can I get admission to IIT Bombay in BTech if my rank is between 1 and 5000?

A: 

The cut off rank in Round 6 for B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering is 67 which is very close to this range. This was for general category under All India quota. Unless the candidate belongs to some other category, one can not afford to score less than this. With this rank, there is a probability of getting admission however since, the cut offs keep changing from round to round, better ranks definitely increases your chances of getting admission in IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology. 

 

Q:   How many entrance exam cutoffs will be released for admission to BTech at IIT Bombay?

A: 

IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology will release 6 rounds of JEE Advanced cutoffs for admission to B.Tech. The cutoffs will be released on a rolling basis, and the seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The cutoffs will be based on the following factors:

The JEE Advanced score of the candidate
The category of the candidate
The number of seats available in the course

Candidates must visit the official website of entrance exam to read clear instructions on how to proceed with the counselling process, once the round is released.

 

Q:   What is the JEE Advanced cut off for BTech in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science at IIT Bombay?

A: 

For 2023, cut off was 4649 for General category candidates in All India quota for B.Tech. in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science in IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology. For female candidates in general category under All India quota, 7838 was the closing rank. B.Tech cut off varies depending on the category and domicile/quota of the applicant.

 

Q:   What is the cutoff for BTech at IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology for other than general categories?

A: 

The year 2023 cutoff ranks for BTech in Mechanical Engineering at IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology other than General category are - 972 for OBC, 496 for SC, 261 for ST, 376 for EWS, 66 for PWD. While the admissions are based on the scores/rank obtained in JEE Advanced, the last cut offs also change a lot depending on All India quota or Home State. It also varies if the applicant is a female.

 

Q:   Is IIT Bombay a good college?

A: 

In 1961, IIT Bombay was one of the first IITs to be declared an 'Institute of National Importance' by the Parliament of India. Ranking wise, IIT Bombay ranks no. 3 and 4 under 'Engineering' and 'Overall' categories, respectively, by the prestigious NIRF 2023 Rankings. Talking about IIT Bombay placements, around 12 students have received a salary package of more than INR 1 Crore per annum during IIT Bombay placements 2022. Also, during IIT Bombay 2023 placements, the highest domestic and international salary package offered stood at INR 3.67 Crore per annum and INR 1.31 Crore per annum, respectively. Further, average package offered during IIT Bombay placements 2023 stood at INR 23.26 LPA. Hence, it can easily be concluded that IIT Bombay is not only a good college but one of the best BTech colleges of India.

Q:   How is the campus of IIT Bombay?

A: 
IIT Bombay has a technologically advanced campus. IIT Bombay has one of the best campuses in India with state-of-the-art infrastructure, modern amenities and research laboratories. In addition to this, IIT Bombay also has separate hostels for boys and girls. IIT Bombay offers hostel facilities to both domestic and international students. Also, a special hostel is constructed to offer accommodation to foreign national students. The classrooms of IIT Bombay are bestowed with audio-visual aids along with digital smart boards to promote innovative and interactive learning.
 

Q:   How can I prepare to study at IIT Bombay?

A: 

The JEE Main session - II test is now taking place LIVE. In order to ace JEE Main 2024 for IIT Bombay, students must follow a proper approach along with a well-built preparation strategy. The following is a list of last-minute exam preparation advice:

While the short-term objective must be to clear JEE Main, the ultimate goal must be to qualify JEE Advanced exam, check out the preparation strategy for JEE Advanced.

Q:   Is IIT Bombay a government or a private college?

A: 
Established in 1958, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay is a public college. In 1961, it was declared an 'Institute of National Importance by the Parliament of India. It has been declared a 'Deemed University' and is autonomous in nature. It is the first public college to have laid its foundation stone with assistance from UNESCO. IIT Bombay has been ranked 172 in the QS World Rankings 2023.

Q:   How is the MA in Research at IIT Bombay?

A: 
The HSS department at IITBombay is introducing the Master of Arts by Research (MA. Res) with precisely this emphasis. The faculty members in the department represent diverse areas of expertise and have considerable experience teaching with an emphasis on research skills while accommodating disciplinary crossovers with ease. This is especially important since many of the concerns of the Humanities and Social Sciences requireamulti-disciplinary approach. Our students have been successful both in working at the interfaces of different areas and in transcending traditional disciplinary boundaries in their work. The programme combines course work to build student competence in specific areas, research training, and researchmodules for independent work. Students are expected to carry out a successful programme of research within the duration of the programme. The internal structure of the programme is designed to be quite different from course intensive postgraduate programmes and allows for relative flexibility interms of student backgrounds and prior training
 

Q:   What are the eligibility criteria for admission to the Aerospace Engineering course at IIT Bombay?

A: 
Candidates wishing to seek admission to B.Tech Aerospace Engineering need to match undermentioned eligibility criteria: Candidates belonging to the General category with 60% marks and SC/ST category with 55% marks in 10+2 with Science stream are eligible to pursue B.Tech in Aerospace Engineering. The course is divided into 8 semesters and as such, the exams are conducted semester-wise. Aerospace Engineering course fee for the duration of 4 years ranges from INR 65,000 to INR 4,00,000 per annum. Candidates need to pass 10+2 examinations with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as compulsory subjects with an aggregate of 60% marks. Students also need to appear for the Joint Entrance Examination conducted by IITs between January to May. Students seeking admission to non-IIT colleges will need to apply for the entrance exams.
 

Q:   Can I get into IIT Bombay in the first year?

A: 

Yes, getting into IIT Bombay in the first year is definitely a challenging but achievable feat! It requires dedication, hard work, and a strategic approach. Here are some key steps to consider:

1. Academic Preparation:

  • Focus on JEE Mains and JEE Advanced

  • Maintain strong grades in school:

2. Understand the Selection Process

3. Utilise Resources Effectively

4. Develop Effective Study Habits

5. Stay Motivated

Remember, getting into IIT Bombay is a competitive journey. While there is no guaranteed success formula, following these steps and putting in consistent effort can significantly increase your chances.

Q:   What are the branches in IIT Bombay?

A: 

IIT Bombay offers a diverse range of branches across various departments. The branches are:

  1. Civil Engineering
  2. Electrical Engineering
  3. Computer Science & Engineering
  4. Aerospace Engineering
  5. Chemical Engineering
  6. Mechanical Engineering
  7. Metallurgical Engineering & Materials Science
  8. Engineering Physics
  9. Energy Engineering
 

Q:   What is IIT Bombay acceptance rate?

A: 

IIT Bombay doesn't officially release its acceptance rate. This is because admission isn't solely based on application numbers but also involves the competitive Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) scores of applicants. Therefore, the 'acceptance rate' can vary depending on several factors like the total number of applicants in a given year, the difficulty level of the JEE exam, and the cutoff scores set by IIT Bombay.

 

Q:   Can I do PhD from IIT Bombay?

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Yes, candidates who have completed a master's degree in a relevant discipline with at least 60% aggregate (55% aggregate for SC/ ST/ PwD category) can apply for a PhD course. The institute offers PhD in multiple specialisations, including Biosciences, Aerospace Engineering, Chemistry, Design, Earth Sciences, etc. To enrol for a PhD, the candidate must qualify for either GATE/ CSIR NET/ CEED/ UGC NET/ written test followed by an interview for admission to the PhD course. Furthermore, IIT Bombay is one of the few institutions in India that can offer a PMRF Fellowship to meritorious PhD candidates at the time of admission into the PhD programme. PMRF fellows get a monthly stipend of INR 70,000 along with an annual contingency grant of INR 2 Lakh.

 

Q:   Is IIT Bombay better than IIT Delhi for BDes?

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IIT Bombay and IIT Delhi both offer BDes course. Below is the comparison of BDes course of top IITs based on fee and ranking parameters:

IITsTotal Tuition Fee*NIRF Overall Ranking (2023)
IIT BombayINR 8 Lacs - INR 11.6 lakh4
IIT DelhiINR 8 lakh3

*The fee is taken from an unofficial source. Hence, is indicative.

 
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