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Q:   How can I get admission in IIT Mumbai?

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IIT Bombay 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. 

 

Q:   Can I join IIT Bombay after Class 12?

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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.

 

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 if I can't get into IIT Bombay for BTech?

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Not getting into IIT Bombay or any other top IIT should not be considered an end to a student’s career. While IIT Bombay average package is INR 21.82 LPA for its 2023 placements batch, can IIT Bombay guarantee the same for each and every student of the batch? The answer is no. What truly matters is a student’s dream to pursue a career in Engineering and as long as they are ready to work on their learning and are focused towards achieving their goal, they must not feel defeated in case of not getting into IIT Bombay.

Additionally, students always have an option to go for other good private and government universities and colleges to pursue their BTech degree. Some of these options are as follows:

BTech College Name

Avg/ Median Package

Total Tuition Fee (BTech)

BTech Admission Process

NIT Tiruchirapalli

(NIRF Rank 9)

INR 12 LPA

INR 5 lakh

Class 12 with PCM/ PBM + JEE Main + JoSAA Counselling 

Jadavpur University

(NIRF Rank 10)

INR 10 LPA

INR 9,600 - INR 1.2 lakh

Class 12 with a minimum aggregate of 60% + WBJEE + Counselling

 

VIT Vellore

(NIRF Rank 11)

 INR 9.23 LPA

INR 4.9 lakh - INR 7.8 lakh

Class 12 with PCM/ PCB with at least 60% (50% for SC/ ST and others) + VITEEE + Counselling

Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

(NIRF Rank 19)

INR 4.50 LPA

INR 10 lakh - INR 17 lakh

Class 12 with a minimum 45% of aggregate + JEE Main, TNEAAEEE

BITS Pilani

(NIRF Rank 25)

INR 30.37 LPA

INR 20 lakh

Class 12 with minimum of 75% + BITSAT

Jamia Millia Islamia

(NIRF Rank 26)

 INR 10 LPA

INR 64,600

Class 12 with PCM with 55%/ 3-4 year diploma with 55% + JEE Main

 

SRM IST

(NIRF Rank 28)

 INR 9.5 LPA

INR 5 lakh - INR 12 lakh

Class 12 with minimum 50%- 60%  + JEE Main, SRMJEETANCETSAT India

Amity University

(NIRF Rank 31)

INR 5.50 LPA

INR 7.5 lakh - INR 25.9 lakh

Class 12 with PCM/ PCB with an aggregate of 60% (55% for Sponsored students) + PI

Chandigarh University

(NIRF Rank 38)

 INR 9.54 LPA

INR 4.7 lakh - INR 14.6 lakh

Class 12 with at least 50-60% aggregate + CUCETJEE Main

LPU

(NIRF Rank 50)

 INR 8.0 LPA

INR 8.4 lakh - 16 lakh

Class 12 with PCM/PCB with 60% + LPUNESTJEE MainCUET (KQ Test + Interview for BTech CSE-Software Production)

 

IIT Bombay BTech Admission 2024

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  • 10+2 with 75% aggregate
  • Accepting Exams: JEE Main, JEE Advanced

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10 Jun '24 - 18 Jun '24
JEE Main Counselling Registration 2024
10 Jun '24
JoSAA 2024 starts
9 Jun '24
JEE Advanced 2024 final answer key and result declaration
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Q:   Is BTech available in IIT Bombay?

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Yes, IIT Bombay offers a four-year BTech in eight specialisations. All the BTech specialisations offered by IIT Bombay are enlisted below:

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

Q:   How can I get admission in IIT Bombay for BTech?

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IIT Bombay BTech admission is a multi-step process. Check below the steps students need to follow for getting admission to BTech course:

Step 1: IIT Bombay BTech Application Process 2024

BTech and BTech (Dual Degree) aspirants must fill out the application form for JEE (Main) through the official website of the National Testing Agency (NTA) (nta.ac.in). The application fee for boys is INR 625 and INR 325 for girls. 

Step 2: Entrance Exams

Candidates need to first qualify JEE Main followed by JEE Advanced. Aspirants qualifying both the entrance-exams are required to register for Counselling.

Step 3: JoSAA Counselling & Seat Allotment

Shortlisted candidates after registering for JoSAA Counselling are offered seat. The seat allotment is conducted after the release of cutoff. 

 

Q:   What is the JEE Advanced cut off for B.Tech. in Chemical Engineering in IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology?

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For 2023, cut off was 2824 for General category candidates in All India quota for B.Tech. in Chemical Engineering in IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology. For female candidates in general category under All India quota, 5426 was the closing rank. B.Tech cut off varies depending on the category and domicile/quota of the applicant.

 
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Q:   What is the process of admission in IIT Bombay?

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After the completion of the application process and entrance exams, candidates are shortlisted based on the following criteria for each course:

  • For BTech admission is based on JEE Main and JEE Advanced scores. Candidates are allotted seats in JoSAA Counselling for BTech, BTech-MTech (Dual Degree) and BSc courses.
  • Admission to MTech is through GATE followed by COAP Counselling.
  • MSc course selection is through IIT JAM and CCMN Counselling.

Candidates can check with the IIT Bombay admission office for the selection rounds of the rest of the courses. Furthermore, the cutoff for BTech, M.Tech and MSc courses is released by the respective counselling bodies. For merit-based courses, the institute releases a merit list announcing the names of the shortlisted candidates. As per the merit list, candidates are called for counselling for seat allotment. Shortlisted candidates must pay the fee to confirm their admission.

 

Q:   How can I apply for IIT Bombay?

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IIT Bombay application process differs course-wise. For all the courses, the process is as follows:

  • BTech, BTech (Dual Degree) and BSc/ BS aspirants must fill out the application form for JEE (Main) through the official website of the National Testing Agency (NTA) (nta.ac.in). The application fee for boys is INR 625 and INR 325 for girls. Read more
  • MTech candidates are required to register for GATE through the official website of GATE Online Application Processing System (GOAPS) (appsgate.iitd.ac.in). The application fee for boys is INR 1,500 and INR 750 for girls. Read more
  • For MSc, candidates need to register for IIT JAM through the official website (iitr.ac.in). The application fee for others is INR 1,800 for other and INR 900 for female (all categories)/ SC/ ST/ PwD for one test paper. Read more
  • The aspirants of MDes need to apply for CEED before submitting an application form at the institute. The candidates also need to submit several supporting documents and an application fee during the application process. The application fee for boys is INR 3,200 and INR 1,600 for girls. Read more
  • For all PG and PhD courses, candidates are required to apply via the official website of IIT Bombay. Check the steps below:

Step 1: Visit the official website of IIT Bombay and click on 'Apply Now' when the applications are available.

Step 2: Fill in all the personal and educational details in the application form after registration.

Step 3: Upload the required documents.

Step 4: Pay the application fee (mentioned in the below table)

CategoryMBA Application Fee
GeneralINR 1,600
CategoryPhD Application Fee
GeneralINR 300
SC/ ST/ PwD/ Women candidatesINR 150

Step 5: Click on the 'Submit' button and submit the application form.

 

IIT Bombay Scholarships

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Q:   Is there any scholarship for IIT Bombay?

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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.

 

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Placements: Around 70–80 percent of people end up with good or decent placements, and some of them pursue higher education, such as a such as a Masters in Teaching or an MBA. The companies have retreated since the COVID period due to the heavy recession. But they are expected to improve in the coming years.
Infrastructure: Really good infrastructure for the academic area, but hostels are not in very good shape. The academic area includes classrooms and labs that are well maintained with the newest technology and machines; even the sports grounds are well maintained and in good shape. But only new hostels are good; old ones aren't great.
Faculty: The professors are very hilly in my department. Extra lectures are given at our convenience. Even sometimes, the pros give us some freedom to choose the paper pattern. They also allow cheat sheets for formulas, and some allow open-book and open-internet exams.
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Placements: The placement opportunities in IIT Bombay are amazing. Due to its high packages offered it is one of the top most choice of engineering students. As per the placement year report 2023, the highest package in the campus was 3.67 Crores per annum internationally and 1.68 Crores per annum domestically, with an average of 21.25 Lacs per annum. In the Civil department the no. Of students placed were around 84% with an average package of around 15 Lacs per annum. The students not only get placed in core companies but also in non core sector like finance, coding, consultancy, etc. Some of the top recruiters for Civil department are L&T, Tata, Ramboll, etc. The internships are offered in 3rd year and in the internship year 2022-23 around 1104 offers were made for the campus students. Top roles offered after completing Civil Engineering from IIT Bombay: Project managers, Structural Engineers, Construction managers, etc. While other chose to go to the non-core site like finance, coding, software, consulting, etc.
Infrastructure: The classrooms and labs are well furnished, with centralized ACs, projectors. All the equipment are kept ready in laboratories. Also Wi-Fi facilities are provided in every department of institute. A central library is present in the institute having a lot of books from different fields. Also there is a 24x7 open reading hall, so that one can study anytime. The department and new hostels made are much good, but the holder senior hostels are not in good condition. Also those hostels are not much spacious and students have to live in congestion there. The mess facility is good but sometimes the quality and taste degrades, but the menu is up to the mark always. There is a hospital in the campus open all time for emergency cases. The sports facilities too are amazing in the campus. There are grounds and courts for numerous games like Cricket, Football, Basketball, Table Tennis, Badminton, Lawn tennis, etc. Also gym-facilities are available in the campus (Central Gym in Gymkhana ground and also small gyms in some hostels). .
Faculty: The Civil Engineering department in IIT Bombay has around 50 professors of different specializations like transportation engineering, water resources engineering, structural engineering, etc. All the faculty members are well qualified and have completed their research, P. H. this from premier institutes. All the faculty members have immense knowledge of their field and are a great resource of knowledge for someone who want to learn deeper in the field. Most of the professors explain well and make the classes interactive, so that students can get maximum out of the lecture. The lectures along with various projects given by the professors make one ready for the industry as well/ The exams taken are usually tricky and a bit difficult. Questions are asked on applications of the theory or concepts being taught in thr classes. Generally, in a semester, there are two main exams Mid-Sem and End-Sem (with weightage 40% each) and two quizzes (10% each). However, the weightage and the exams to be taken are on the choice of professor. Due to relatively grading, the pass percentage is set according by professor and also grades are also been given according to it. However all this depends from professor to professor.
Other: Being a top notch institute of India, IIT Bombay stands for producing one of the best engineers of the world. The well qualified teaching faculty, high placement records, research opportunities attract one towards this college. The intelligent peer group around help us to develop much of the soft skills. Also the campus life is good, the surrounding environment is positive with greenery spread all over the campus. The social, cultural life too is amazing in the institute, Events like Mood Indigo (Asia's the biggest Cultural fest), Techfest (Technical fest of institute) and various small events are regularly organized. The course is also well structured, however the difficult of exams by some professors can be reduced ( as some ask much out of the box question) and also some professors need to refined their weird grading system as it affects Final C. PI of a student.
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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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Infrastructure: All the rooms contain a fan, good lighting, windows, and a LAN socket, which provides unlimited 80 Mbps Internet 24X7. Every hostel has various outdoor fields and also a room for indoor games. They also contain a music room, a dance room, and a TV room. Every hostel has its own study room, which has AC. The Mess provides 4 meals a day, which are of very good hygiene and quality. The registration process in the hostel is very easy. You just need to pay the fees of the hostel allotted to you. The hostel rooms are double occupancy for 1–3 years and single occupancy for last year students.
Faculty: The course is very relevant, as it deals with new energy technologies. The course is very much energy-industry-oriented and offers good placements. The course includes a wide aspect of energy technologies, including not only renewable sources but also conventional sources of energies, giving a wider insight into the energy demand and supply of industries. Class size: 67 Course feels – INR 60000 per year.
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Infrastructure: The hostels are world-class. The students get a shared room (double occupancy) in their first to third year, and they get a single room in their last semester. The mess food is really good and gives a balanced diet. Hostels are allotted at the beginning of a session by Hall managers. IIT Bombay is situated in Powai.
Faculty: There are a total of 27 faculty members in our department of Biosciences and Bioengineering. The total number of students in M.Sc. are 28 and in M.Tech are 25. All the faculty members are the real gems of our department and will guide you in the best way possible. They have in-depth knowledge of their subjects as they all are highly qualified (Min. Post Doc and Chair Prof).
Other: Asia's biggest fest ‘MOOD INDIGO’ is organized in December and the ‘TECH FEST’ is organized in February.
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IIT Bombay Admission 2024 FAQs

Q:   What is the eligibility to join in IIT Bombay?

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The eligibility criteria varies course-wise at IIT Bombay. Check below the eligibility of top IIT Bombay courses:

Course NameCommon Eligibility
BTech

Class 12 with a minimum of 75% aggregate in PCM

BS

Class 12 with a minimum of 75% aggregate in PCM

MBA

Bachelor’s degree or a Master’s degree with at least 60% marks (55% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST/PWD category)

MTech

Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 60% aggregate (55% aggregate for SC/ ST/ PwD category)

PhD

Bachelor or Masters or equivalent degree with a minimum of 60% aggregate (55% aggregate for SC/ ST/ PwD category)

 

Q:   What is the opening and closing rank for B.Sc. in Mathematics at IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology?

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Opening and Closing rank depends on the category and quota of candidates. For general category under All India, opening rank was 1557 and closing rank was 2158. 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 3895 and 3895. Admission to B.S. in Mathematics in IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology is based on the scores obtained in the entrance exam JEE. Applicants are advised to confirm what category are they applying while checking for cut offs.

 

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 2023 cutoff ranks for B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering at IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology other than General category are - 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, 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:   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:   How should I study if I want to get into IITB BTech CSE?

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Candidates need to pass JEE Main followed by JEE Advanced to get admission in IIT Bombay BTech Computer Science Engineering. Out of all the specialisations, CSE is competitive and popular among students.

As per IIT Bombay cutoff 2023, the last round closing rank was 67 for BTech in CSE course. In 2022 and 2021, the last round cutoff closed at 61 and 67, respectively for BTech in CSE. Looking at the cutoff data, we can conclude that getting into IIT Bombay requires right approach and strategy. Below are some of the preparation tips for qualifying JEE Main and JEE Advanced for BTech CSE admission:

NCERT Books are your friends: You must begin your preparation by going through NCERT Books. Read these books carefully and complete all of the back exercises. Try the 'example problems' as well for more practice with objective questions.

Make a weekly plan: Make a schedule for a week so that, if anything is left out, you have others days to make up for it.

Complete the syllabus: All of the questions in the exams are taken from the JEE Main and JEE Advanced syllabuses. Some questions will be used to assess your ability to apply the concept, but they are not from the syllabus.

Make a revision strategy: Making a schedule that works for you. Try not to try anything new right before the exam because it will waste your time and cause you to forget what you have already learned.

 

Q:   Why are IITs popular in India?

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Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) is a group of Engineering and Technology institutions in India. This network of institutes came into existence in 1950. These institutes run under the guidance of the Ministry of Education and Government of India. There are currently 23 IITs in India across different states of the country. IITs have a reputation that is recognised in India and across the globe. 

Over the years, the students graduating from these institutes have grabbed good placement offers from the top industry giants. Some of the key reasons of why one should choose an IIT:

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The selection criteria for admission to the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) programme at IIT Bombay are based on the scores obtained in the JEE Main and JEE Advanced exams.

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Admission to IIT Bombay is highly competitive due to its esteemed reputation and stringent standards. Prospective students typically need to qualify for entrance exams such as JEE Main and JEE Advanced for BTech and BS courses, UCEED for BDes, GATE for MTech, JAM for M.Sc., and CAT for MBA, in addit

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Candidates must have earned at least 55% (50% in the case of SC, ST, or PwD) or comparable grades in the qualifying degree for each of the individual streams. The Common Entrance Examination for Design for 2024 (CEED 2024) should have also been a prerequisite for all candidates. An MDes programme, l

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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

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