JoSAA 2017: Top Ranking students opt for Computer Science - Mathrubhumi English

Kozhikode: As per the first allotment to the Undergraduate degree Programs at IITs and NITs, announced by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority on 28.6.2017, top ranking students have preferred the Computer Science & Engineering branch.

The closing ranks under the Open category for the most preferred 10 branches were as follows at IITs. All seats in IITs are filled as All India seats.Bombay: Computer Science & Engineering (4 Years, B Tech) -62Delhi: Computer Science & Engineering (4, , B Tech) -103Delhi: Computer Science & Engineering (5, , B Tech-M.Tech (Dual Degree)) -149Madras: Computer Science & Engineering (4, , B Tech) -171Kanpur: Computer Science & Engineering ((4, B Tech) -203Madras: Computer Science & Engineering (5, , B Tech-M.Tech (Dual Degree)) -252Kharagpur: Computer Science & Engineering (4, B Tech) -259Bombay: Electrical Engineering ((4, B Tech) -266Delhi: Mathematics & Computing (4, Bachelor of Technology) -329Kharagpur: Computer Science & Engineering (5, B Tech-M.Tech (Dual Degree) -366

At IIT, Palakkad, the last ranks in the Open category for various branches in the first allotment is as follows:Civil Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) - 7694Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) -4518Electrical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) -6411Mechanical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) -6806

At the NIT allotments, the closing ranks under the Open category for the most preferred 10 branches were as follows at NITs. At NITs, there are Home State (HS) quota seats, Other State (OS) quota seats. At Warrnagal, there are Andhra Pradesh (AP) Quota seats also.

Tiruchirappalli: Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, B.Tech); OS- 1158Surathkal: Computer Engineering (4, B.Tech); OS- 1603Warangal: Computer Science and Engineering (4, B.Tech); OS- 1763Warangal: Computer Science and Engineering (4, B.Tech); AP- 1914Tiruchirappalli: Electronics and Communication Engineering (4, B.Tech); OS- 2381Allahabad: Computer Science and Engineering (4, B.Tech); OS- 2940Warangal: Computer Science and Engineering (4, B.Tech); HS-2950Surathkal: Information Technology; (4, B.Tech); OS- 3033 Jaipur: Computer Science and Engineering (4, B.Tech); HS- 3180Tiruchirappalli: Electrical and Electronics Engineering (4, B.Tech); OS- 3479

At NIT, Kozhikode, the Closing ranks in the different branches of the (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) Programmes there in the Other State (OS) Quota and Home State (HS) quota are as follows:Computer Science and Engineering - 4497, 10685Electronics and Communication Engineering -6155; 14269Electrical and Electronics Engineering -8595; 15679Mechanical Engineering -9450, 13111Engineering Physics -11059; 18553Chemical Engineering - 4425; 19794Civil Engineering -14680; 18792Production Engineering -15463; 20253Biotechnology -18134; 14669

At NIT, Kozhikode, the Closing ranks of the 5 Years, Bachelor of Architecture Program there in the Other State (OS) Quota and Home State (HS) quota are 888 (OS) and 1090 (HS).

The Opening and Closing Ranks of JoSAA allotment are available at http://josaa.nic.in/

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