Quadro 4 Price in India | 400 cc | 4 Wheel Scooter/Bike

Quadro 4 Price in India | 400 cc 4 Wheel Scooter

Quadro 4 Price in India – 400 cc, 4 Wheel Scooter Price in India

Quadro 4 Price in India : Every Byk-Lovers waiting for a glamour invention of 400cc moped with 4 wheels availibility in India. We got majority of questions about where Quadro 4 (4 Wheeler 400cc Scooter).

  • When Quadro 4 will launch in India?
  • What will be its price in Indian automobile market.
  • Where it will be available for selling?

By getting the promo videos and first look of Quadro 4 some of the moped users and heavy cc byke riders gone crazy about it availability in India.

Price : £8,800 (TBC)

Indian Rupees : Rs 8.17 Lac Approx.

Key Features :

  • 346cc single-cylinder engine with a CVT
  • 32 horsepower at 7500 rpm
  • Range on the prototype is somewhere between 130-260 km (80-160 mi), depending on how you ride it
  • Rolling on 110 section 14 inch wheels
  • Bore/Stroke – 82 X 65.5mm
  • Max Power – 30 bhp @7500 rpm
  • Max Torque – 24.5 nm @ 5000 rpm
  • Fueling system – EFI
  • Tank Capacity – 15 litres
  • Dry Weight – 257kg
  • Suspension – Front: HTS, pneumatic tilting suspension, Rear: Twin adjustable dampers
  • Ignition – Electronic
  • Clutch – Automatic dry centrifugal
  • Primary Drive – Automatic CVT with integrated differential
  • Final Drive – Dual drive timing belt
  • 240mm discs with combined braking system
  • LED blinkers
  • large underseat storage and a charging outlet for mobiles and media devices
  • high intensity lights

Dimensions :

  • Height – 52.75″
  • Length – 85.83″
  • Seat Height – 30.32″
  • Steering Angle – 19-degrees
  • Tilting Angle – 45-degrees
  • Dry Weight – 256 kgs
  • Fuel Tank – 15 litres

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Master of Computer Application

mca colleges copyMCA is a Post graduate degree course which is of 3 year long duration. MCA course is offered to students in most of the Universities and colleges in India. The students who want to pursue a career in the software field can take up MCA course after a graduation. The MCA course offers excellent job opportunity for talented students in software firms and also in Multinational companies with excellent salary.


Eligibility Criteria for MCA

The students who wish to join an MCA course is required to have a Bachelors degree in Computer science, information Science, IT etc from a recognized university. The candidates who pose a PGDCA from a reputed university or its equivalent course are also eligible for MCA.

The students who are applying for MCA must also have studied maths as a main subject in 10+2 level are only eligible. But some university offers students who haven’t studied math’s to join the course if they are willing to do an additional subject in the 1st semester of MCA.

MCA Pune Maharashtra

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Vellore Institute of Technology

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Admission Consultancy for VIT University 

vitVIT University or VIT, formerly called Vellore Engineering College, is a private university in Tamil Nadu, India. Founded in 1984, as Vellore Engineering College, by G. Viswanathan, the institution offers 20 undergraduate, 34 postgraduate, four integrated and four research programs. It has campuses in Vellore and Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. A new 200-acre campus called VIT-AP located at Amaravati (the new state capital of Andhra Pradesh state) is under construction. Classes will be started in July 2017. N. Chandrababu Naidu, the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh and M. Venkaiah Naidu, a Union Minister, participated in the foundation ceremony. Foundation stone for VIT Bhopal campus at Sehore, Madhya Pradesh was laid down by Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan (Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh) on 20 October 2016.


VIT University admits students on the basis of merit through an online entrance exam. VIT organizes its own entrance exam, called the Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Examination (VITEEE). It is conducted every year in the month of April and May. In 2015, over two lakh students or two hundred thousand students appeared for the entrance examination. The exam has been conducted online since 2013.The VITEEE has consistently been easier than other engineering entrance exams like JEE Mains (formerly AIEEE) and JEE Advanced (formerly IIT-JEE).


VIT offers academic programs in Engineering, Technology, Applied Sciences, and Management. It offers 20 undergraduate programs, 34 postgraduate, four integrated MS courses, and four doctoral programs. VIT consolidated its disciplines into 10 Schools of Study with the addition of the VIT Law School at its Chennai campus.

Research centers are part of the schools to encourage collaboration between the research and coursework areas and provide opportunity for coursework students to participate in research projects. The university organizes industrial workshops like Automotive Engineering, organized by ParaMek Technologies in GraVitas Fest.

The university is among the first in India to implement the Fully Flexible Credit System (FFCS) which gives the students flexibility to make their own time tables by choosing the subjects and the faculties under whose guidance they want to study.



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SchoolsIt is ranked first by Careers360’s Top Private Universities in India 2017.The university was ranked 13th in engineering within India by the Ministry of Human Resource Development in its 2016 and 2017 rankings.National Media groups like India Today have ranked VIT University in the Top 10 Engineering Schools of India for several years.

Teaching at VIT is structured around schools listed below. Students are registered in one of these schools according to their field of study.[12]

  • School of Computing Engineering (SCOPE)
  • School of Bio Sciences & Technology (SBST)
  • School of Information Technology & Engineering (SITE)
  • School of Electrical Engineering (SELECT)
  • School of Social Sciences & Languages (SSL)
  • School of Advanced Sciences (SAS)
  • Department of Physical Education (DPE)
  • School of Electronics Engineering (SENSE)
  • School of Mechanical Engineering (SMEC)
  • School of Civil and Chemical Engineering (SCALE)
  • VIT Business School (VIT-BS)
  • School of Architecture (V-SPARC)
  • VIT Law School (at Chennai Campus only)
  • VIT School of Fashion (both in chennai and vellore campus)


Vellore Campus

The university’s main campus in Vellore is on 365 acres of land. It is divided by the Chennai–Bangalore railway line. The academic portion of the campus and the women’s hostels are to the south of the railway tracks while the northern portion houses the men’s hostels and the outdoor stadium. The parts are connected by three subways.

The campus resembles a city, with lake, gardens, lawns, residential complexes, food courts, hair salons and wide roads. The campus has its own water supply and backup electricity supply along with shopping complexes to cater to the needs of residents

VIT is in the city of Vellore in India’s southern state, Tamil Nadu, between Chennai and Bangalore. It is 130 km west of Chennai and 180 km east of Bangalore. The nearest airport is Chennai (two and half hours drive). Vellore-Katpadi Junction is the nearest railway station, 3 km from campus and accessible by train and road from Chennai and Bengaluru. It is 5 km from the Andhra Pradesh border and approximately 33 km from Chittoor.

Two main college fests are conducted in VIT: graVITas and Riviera.

GRAVITAS is a techfest (technology oriented festival) conducted in August/September.

Riviera is a sports and cultural festival. According to organizers for Riviera 2011, it pulled more than 300 participants from over 20 colleges and universities. Rivera 2013 saw popular names like Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Sukhwinder Singh, Chiyaan Vikram, Siddarth, singer Kartik and many more. ParaMek Technologies from New Delhi conducted a workshop on Automotive Engineering during the fest which was attended by more than 450 students.

Chennai Campus

Amaravati campus

VIT will be the first university to set up a campus in Amaravati, the new capital city of Andhra Pradesh. The new state private university will be called VIT-AP. VIT-AP has been allotted a 200-acre land parcel (in two phases), with the university paying ₹50 crores towards the purchase of the first 100 acres.[18] Construction of the first academic and hostel buildings will commence in November 2016, with classes scheduled to commence in July 2017. The campus will offer five B.Tech programmes and a five-year M.Tech (Software Engineering) programme for students who have completed their 12th standard. Apart from these, research programmes including Ph.D. will be offered.

Bhopal Campus

Foundation stone for VIT Bhopal campus at Sehore, Madhya Pradesh was laid down by Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan (Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh) on 20 October 2016. Bhopal campus to be spread over an area of 100 acres with an investment of ₹500 crores.

Engineering Fees

  Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Category 4
Upper Branch 3,07,000 4,05,000 4,48,000 4,93,000
Lower Branch 2,35,000 3,43,000 3,68,000 3,98,000

Upper Branch:

Computer Science and Engineering with Spec in Information Security

Electronics & Communication Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical (Spec in Automotive Engineering)

Electronics & Communication engineering with spec in Internet of things & Sensor

Lower Branch:

Bio-Medical Engineering


Information Technology

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computer Science & Engineering(Spec. In Bioinformatics)

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering

Mechanical (Spec in Energy Engineering)

Production & Industrial Engineering

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Chetana’s Institute of Management & Research – Mumbai

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Chetana’s Institute of Management and Research (CIMR) was the dream of our founder Late Shri. Madhukarrao Dhanaji Chaudhari that took a concrete shape in 1996. Chetana’s multicultural outlook ensures a stimulating learning environment for our students. Strong emphasis is placed on students participation in various co-curricular activities that helps students discover their latent talent. Chetana, true to its name, always keeps the mind and soul awake.

Situated in the heart of the commercial capital of India, CIMR offers unique opportunity for students to actualize their full potential. CIMR is known for its accessibility and facility of railway station, post-office, banks and medical facilities available within a radius of 1 Km. Lodging/hostel is easily available around the campus as the Institute has created a name in attracting students across India.

Programmes :

Course Programmes:
The programmes are conducted in Four Semesters, spread over a period of two years. Classes are held for six days a week. First year covers the foundation courses, which are compulsory and are common for PGDM, PGDM-Marketing, PGDM- Retail and across all specializations. In the second semester, the Institute facilitates for ‘Off – Summer Projects (Internships)’. After the first year, it is mandatory for the students to undertake summer internship for a period of 8-10 weeks in a commercial / social organisation which is facilitated by the Institute.

PGDM: The institute offers specialization in the areas of Marketing, Finance, HR, Systems and Operations.
PGDM-Marketing: Specialised Marketing subjects apart from other important, relevant & contemporary subjects are offered to all the students. Hence, no separate specialisation is offered to these students.
PGDM-Retail: Specialised Retail subjects apart from other important, relevant & contemporary subjects are offered to all the students. Hence, no separate specialisation is offered to these students.

The process of teaching and learning comprises of interactive classroom lectures and discussions, case studies, projects, assignments, presentations, guest lectures, role plays, field visits, field projects, etc. 
Each student must spend maximum time on self study and come thoroughly prepared for classes wherein faculty acts as guide and facilitator. The main focus in teaching and learning process is teamwork.

Every student shall ordinarily be allowed to keep terms for the given semester in a programme of only if the student fulfills at least (seventy five percent) 75% of the attendance taken as an average of the total number of lectures, tutorials, practical etc. It is mandatory for every student to have minimum 50% (fifty percent) attendance for each course and an average attendance has to be 75% (seventy five percent). The Leave of Absence will be considered only in case of student’s own sickness, sickness of parents, death of parents, own marriage, brother’s/sister’s marriage, etc., supported by valid evidence, documentary or otherwise. The students who are not fulfilling the minimum required attendance of 50% for each course and an average attendance of 75%, shall be debarred in appearing from the examination. Such debarred student can register in that subject(s) by paying an amount of Rs. 5000/- per subject as Registration Fee. The registration fee includes one time tutorial and examination fee. On successful completion of examination, the student will be allowed to complete the course.

Induction Programme:
For the purpose of  acquainting students with the management course and the culture of the institute, we arrange a week-long induction programme. 


The course structure provides a perfect combination of conceptual framework and practical insights to tackle business problems.

PGDM Program is conducted on a semester basis with four semester spread over two academic years. Specialization in Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management, Operations and Systems is offered from Semester three onwards.


The course structure provides a perfect combination of conceptual framework and practical insights to tackle business problems.


The course structure provides a perfect combination of conceptual framework and practical insights to tackle business problems.

Facilities :

auditaurium of chetanaAuditorium :

At Chetana’s learning is not restricted just to classroom. It is more meaningfully internalized in the institute’s elegant auditorium, through various co-curricular activities, that form the core of student life. Its on this dais that the latent talent of the students bloom by way of learning sense of competitiveness, team spirit, leadership & creativity.

The Auditorium is equipped with sophisticated sound system and audio visual aids. With seating capacity of 500 it provides the right environment for holding seminars, workshops, panel discussions and guest lectures.

Library Facility :

library of chetana copyBooks are the progeny of man’s quest of knowledge. Tomorrow belongs to the friend of books.

An updated library with over 23,000 books on diverse subjects of management and general awareness proves to be the students’ ultimate delight.

The library, which is the focal point of the Institute, offers latest management books, foreign and Indian business journals, case study folios, periodicals, audio video cassettes and CD-ROMs. This large database of books is managed by using the TCSiON ERP.

The library has subscribed to powerful and versatile electronic corporate databases from EBSCO and J-Gate Reserach + Industry Database – CRISIL Research and Capitaline, a collection of foreign online journals.

The library also has annual reports of large number of companies, product profiles, encyclopedia, latest journals etc.

Keeping the collection up-to-date in terms of vastness and depth of content is a continuous process. Providing support at every step and with extensive working hours, our library has truly become the Temple of Learning.

IT Facilities :

it facility chetanaCIMR boasts of an excellent IT infrastructure that supports its pedagogy of out of class learning. The computer center services the IT needs of the Institute and is equipped with state of art Servers, Desktops, Printers, Scanners, Projectors, Routers and other networking peripherals. The entire campus has Wireless LAN connectivity.

CIMR is creating a state of art information Systems set-up consisting of Gigabit Ethernet Backbone and Fast Ethernet to the desktops. Our computer center is equipped with 240 desktops, HP Servers, Printers and Scanners exclusively for students.

CIMR aspires to face the future and keep up with the changing times. With this objective the computer center is well equipped with relevant softwares like SPSS, Prowess, Business Beacon and Cygnus.

All students are provided with laptops to faciliate continuous learning. The Insitute also offers full time Leased Line Internet accessibility of 48 mbps for all students, faculty and office.

Chetana Mumbai


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Mechanical Cut off In Nirma University

Mechanical Engineering Cut off In Nirma University, Ahmedabad – Gujarat Engineering B.E.Cut offs Marks 2016-2017

Cut offs Marks Year 2014-2015

Sr. No B.E – Branches IC Code General SC ST SEBC DS
Rank Marks Rank Marks Rank Marks Rank Marks Rank Marks
1 Mechanical 126-1F 671 98.26 5718 90.86 50951 34.86 2715 94.98 2401 95.47
2 Computer 126-1D 773 98.07 14723 78.33 61863 11.77 3380 94.07 4769 92.13
3 IT 126-1E 1209 97.33 15314 77.51 61948 11.33 5301 91.41
4 Civil 126-1S 1908 96.31 14106 79.15 51863 33.58 7765 87.97
5 Electrical 126-1L 1980 96.19 10766 83.80 50858 35.04 6795 89.31 5202 91.53
6 Chemical 126-1W 2044 96.08 14154 79.08 58502 22.26 5223 91.47
7 EC 126-16 2742 94.95 22208 68.79 18417 73.43 5594 91
8 IC 126-1R 3176 94.35 18143 73.76 8987 86.28


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Mass Communication Program Introduction and Details

Introduction :

mass communicationMass communication is the study of how people and entities relay information through mass media to large segments of the population at the same time. It is usually understood to relate newspaper, magazine, and book publishing, as well as radio, television and film, even via internet as these mediums are used for disseminating information,news and advertising. Mass communication differs from the studies of other forms of communication, such as interpersonal communication or organizational communication, in that it focuses on a single source transmitting information to a large number of receivers. The study of mass communication is chiefly concerned with how the content of mass communication persuades or otherwise affects the behavior, attitude, opinion, or emotion of the person or people receiving the information.

A degree in mass communication opens up opportunities in Journalism, mass comm.Public relations and advertising, as a career. But remember a solid command over the language is crucial for success. The world has witnessed a phenomenal and unprecedented explosion in communication technology and media. All boundaries have been transcended, and the entire global community seems to have been brought together into one unified whole. And it is here that mass-communication, as a stream of study, and as a career, becomes so important and enviable. In the recent years we have witnessed an unprecedented growth in the world of communication. Gone are the days when a short and sweet reporting could get the message across. Not only has the world of communication changed but so has the target audience. The predictions of the field doing well are high. With the increase in the number of television sets, news channels, radio stations, advertising and so much more each growing day, the field seems to be transcending into an unmatched growth and along with it the option of its pursuers to have a dynamic career. Mass Communication is not limited to journalism alone. To a great extent mass media is a modern reality which covers all aspects of human life. Moreover, a great change can be observed in the concept of people working in mass media. Careers in Mass Communication are not only high paying but also bring in a great deal of job satisfaction and expression of creativity.

Definition :

definitionMass Communication is a process in which professional communicators use media to disseminate messages widely, rapidly and continuously to arouse intended meanings in Large and diverse audiences in attempts to influence them in a variety of ways. It involves the use of print and electronic media such as newspapers, magazines, film, radio or TV to communicate the large number of people who are located in various places often scattered all over the country or the world.

bachelor of arts - massBachelor of Arts (Mass Communication)

The full-time program is spread over a period of three years, and spaced out over six semesters of six months each, incorporating theoretical lectures, hands-on practical sessions, tutorials, classroom presentations, take-home assignments, sporting & cultural events, field trips, study tours, project and  internships.

Duration : Three-year full-time programme

Specialisation :

Advertising Media
Account Planning
Client Servicing
Creative Copy and Visual
Journalism Print
Cyber Media
Public Relations Film Studies
Documentary Film-making
Ad Film-making
Radio & Television Production
 Public Relations  Event Management
 Corporate Communication

Master of Arts (Mass Communication)

m.a. mass communicationMass communication master’s degree programs teach students about media innovations, cultural issues, theories, research methods, production techniques and managerial responsibilities. Students become familiar with numerous forms of media, but they can usually choose one type as their specialization. Graduates are eligible to seek a variety of jobs within the fields of communication and media or continue their education in a doctoral program. Mass communication programs can result in a Master of Arts (M.A.), Master of Science (M.S.) or Master of Mass Communication (MMC) degree. The curricula of the programs are very similar, but M.A. programs most often include more liberal arts education components, while M.S. programs tend to require more theoretical and research courses. Coursework in each of the programs teaches investigative techniques, such as surveying, interviewing and directing focus groups. Throughout the program, students can acquire practical skills in researching, writing, critical thinking, ethical decision-making, speaking and presenting.

Master’s degree programs often allow students to customize the majority of the coursework according to their concentration. Courses typically involve hours in laboratories or recording studios to offer practical training. Some popular course subjects include:

  • subjectsMass communication theory
  • Research methodologies
  • Media ethics and law
  • Public affairs and opinions
  • International and intercultural communication
  • Organizational communication

Duration : Two-year full-time program

5 Qualities You Need for a M.A in Mass Communication :

1. Read

read copyFrom reading newspapers to those inscriptions on the back toothpaste, research articles or blogs about someone’s mundane activities – reading is a must. Because you meet people from diverse backgrounds like commerce, computer applications, dental care, architects, zoology, botany and those under-graduate courses you never heard off all in your mass media class only your reading will help you connect with such diversity.

Remember media is multidisciplinary subject. The more you read about diverse subjects the more open mind is to new ideas.

2. Creativity

creative“Oh! I am not creative. Master’s in Media and Communication a.k.a. mass comm is out of question.” Plenty of people give this excuse.

To be honest, you might not even know where your creativity lies until you explore you subconscious. Challenge your little self to do something different.

And the Result would be – “Eureka!” Nowhere else you will learn such wide range of skills – writing, acting, radio production, photography, designing for print, news anchoring, fictional work and so many other areas where you will discover your creative side.

3. Mutli-task

multitasking copyYou cannot copy your friend’s assignments. It’s not a rule. You simply cannot copy.

Your news stories might be same. But your reporting style makes the difference. Your product can be same. Yet your advertisement cannot resemble your friend’s ad. Either way, if you don’t give your evaluator something new you don’t score points. So shouldn’t this point be called Originality rather than Multi- tasking? Well, your original assignments are never stand alone. They always come amidst other activities. So might be reporting inauguration of new petrol bunk in your locality, you might have to come back make a presentation on “How to conserve our natural resource” in the environment journalism class.

4. Love to have fun

funYou ought to be fun loving. If you like to sit at your desk, keep your head dipped in your work and run home at 5 o clock, Mass communication is not your cup of tea. Right blend of fun and seriousness makes you a complete media person. Unless your lips are darkened with hot coffee, and your eyes darkened with late night movies, nails bitten in the spooky railway tunnels or you have been chased away by the police (when you are waiting for perfect time to shoot setting sun in the beach and they assumed you are contemplating suicide) you have never completed you Mass Comm course.

5. Survival of the fastest

fastestThere is no room for laidback, slow, take-your-time type of work. There is no such thing as laid-back-work in the media industry. Masters in Mass Comm at any institute anywhere in theworld requires promptness and enthusiasm — or someone else will steal your story idea!

Essential Information

importantMaster’s degree programs in mass communications are offered in various forms by many schools, most commonly either as Master of Arts in mass communications or Master of Science in mass communications. Prospective students must hold a bachelor’s degree in communications or a related field of study.

Master’s degree programs usually require about two years of full-time study. Most programs are similar, but there are slight differences in the courses required for a Master of Arts versus a Master of Science program. In both programs, students complete core courses covering topics such as principles of mass communications, ethics in the media and media law.

  • Program Fields: Master of Arts in mass communications; Master of Science in mass communications; Master of Mass Communications.
  • Prerequisites: Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, or other related field; some programs may require relevant work experience.
  • Program Specializations: Some possible concentrations include print journalism, photojournalism, advertising, and broadcasting.
  • Online Availability: Some programs are offered online and in the evenings.
  • Other Requirements: Completion of a thesis or other major project.


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Cut off ‹ M.S University Baroda | MSU Engineering Marks

Cut offs Marks of M.S University Baroda/ Vadodara for Engineering Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Computer Science, Chemical

Maharaja Sayajirao University Baroda

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India’s internationally renowned The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (1949) has blossomed from the Baroda College (1881) which is one of the oldest centres of learning in western India. MSU is the only state University with a residential, unitary character having English as sole medium of instruction with more than 1200 well-qualified faculty members and 1500 administrative staff to facilitate the learning of more than 35000 students having cosmopolitan life on campus. Having 275 acres of land, It comprises of 14 msu vadodaraFaculties (Arts, Commerce, Education & Psychology, Family & Community Sciences, Fine Arts, Journalism & Communication, Law, Management Studies, Medicine, Performing Arts, Science, Social Work, Technology & Engineering, Pharmacy) having 90 Departments, 3 constituent colleges (Polytechnic, M. K. Amin Arts and Science College & College of Commerce, Padra and Baroda Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya) and several specialized centres and institutes offering wide spectrum of courses from kindergarten to Ph.D. also with an excellent exposure to the co curricular and extra curricular experiences. The University has offered courses in design, fashion technology, hotel management and catering technology from the academic session 2013-14 onwards.

Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineering,Drawing and Printing, Architecture and Photo engraving, Textile Chemistry including Dyeing, Bleaching, Sizing & Printing, oil and Soap making etc, With the assistance of German experts and foreign trained teacher under the able stewardship of Principal T. K. Gajjar. Other courses on Textile Technology(weaving), Furniture making and Fine Arts were started later. Principal C. H. Vora consolidated these pioneering efforts into a Polytechnic by starting a variety of Diploma and Certificate courses in the above major disciples, with the additional staff, laboratories and buildings. The Polytechnic status with steady development continued until 1949 when the Kalabhavan was converted into the Faculty of Technology and Engineering (with the establishment of The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, following generous donation by the Gaekwads for the University and the New Building of the Institute). From this stage onwards, the Institute developed rapidly recognizing no bounds.

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Cut-offs for the year 2014-2015

Sr. No B.E – Branches IC Code General SC ST SEBC DS
Rank Marks Rank Marks Rank Marks Rank Marks Rank Marks
1 Mechanical 107-1F 690 98.24 3076 94.47 23572 67.09  2656 95.07 3291 94.18
2 Electrical 107-1L 1440 97.03 13092 80.53 21716 69.32 3532 93.85 4418 92.6
3 Chemical 107-1W 1543 96.88 7473 88.38 37763 50.51 3670 93.66
4 Computer Science 107-1C 1605 96.79 8234 87.32 34744 53.90 4306 92.76 4291 92.77
5 Civil 107-1S 2542 95.25 12393 81.52 29833 59.60 6122 90.26 7851 87.85
6 Electronics 107-1A 2916 94.68 19235 72.45 47232 39.58 6266 90.04
7 Metallurgical 107-1J 5845 90.65 19386 72.25 62097 10.58 34071 54.72
8 Water Mngt 107-1V 7298 88.62 36194 52.26 46814 40.06 20524 70.80 40893 47.05
9 Textile 107-1Z 11112 83.31 42174 45.45 62661 5.11 34198 54.52



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Cut off ‹ Nirma University Ahmedabad Gujarat | Mechanical, Computer, IT, Civil, Electrical, Chemical, EC, IC Engineering

Nirma University, Ahmedabad – Gujarat Engineering B.E.Cut offs Marks 2016-2017

Cut offs Marks Year 2014-2015

Sr. No B.E – Branches IC Code General SC ST SEBC DS
Rank Marks Rank Marks Rank Marks Rank Marks Rank Marks
1 Mechanical 126-1F 671 98.26 5718 90.86 50951 34.86 2715 94.98 2401 95.47
2 Computer 126-1D 773 98.07 14723 78.33 61863 11.77 3380 94.07 4769 92.13
3 IT 126-1E 1209 97.33 15314 77.51 61948 11.33 5301 91.41
4 Civil 126-1S 1908 96.31 14106 79.15 51863 33.58 7765 87.97
5 Electrical 126-1L 1980 96.19 10766 83.80 50858 35.04 6795 89.31 5202 91.53
6 Chemical 126-1W 2044 96.08 14154 79.08 58502 22.26 5223 91.47
7 EC 126-16 2742 94.95 22208 68.79 18417 73.43 5594 91
8 IC 126-1R 3176 94.35 18143 73.76 8987 86.28


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