IIST B.Tech 2017 Eligibility Criteria

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IIST B.Tech 2017 Eligibility CriteriaIIST B. Tech 2017 Eligibility Criteria – All the aspirants who want to apply for IIST B.Tech 2017 must fulfil the Eligibility Criteria of IIST B.Tech 2017 before filling up the application form. The IIST B.Tech Eligibility Criteria are the eligibility requirements that should be met by the applicants who desire to take admission in B.Tech courses at IIST, Thiruvananthapuram. For IIST B.Tech admission 2017, the eligibility criteria of JEE Advanced 2017 will be considered. There will be no separate eligibility criteria for IIST B.Tech 2017. Read the complete article below to know details on IIST B.Tech Eligibility Criteria.

 

IIST B.Tech 2017 Eligibility Criteria

Below are all the eligibility criteria set by Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST) for B.Tech courses.

Candidate’s Nationality

The candidates must be citizens of India to apply for IIST B.Tech Admission 2017.

Candidate’s Age

Candidates from general category and Other Backwards Classes (OBC) must be born on or after October 1, 1992, while applicants belonging Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribes (ST)/Persons with Disabilities (PD) should be born on or after October 1, 1987.

Note: Candidates must produce their date of birth certificate, only marks sheet/certificate of high school/first Board /or its equivalent examination will be applicable.

Educational Qualification

All aspirants must have secured at least 75% aggregate marks in Class XII or equivalent board examination. The SC, ST and Physically Disabled candidates must have secure at least 65% marks in aggregate in class 10+2 that will be considered as eligible for IIST B.Tech admission 2017.

Aggregate marks will be calculated considering the following five subjects:

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Language

If the candidate has taken more than one language, then the language with the higher marks will be considered.

Any subject other than the above four subjects with the highest marks will be considered. All applicants must take JEE Advanced 2017 for applying for admission in IIST B.Tech Admission 2017.

For appearing in JEE Advanced 2017, the aspirants will also have to appear in JEE Main 2017, without which all the candidates cannot appear in JEE Advanced 2017.

The candidates who are appearing in JEE Advanced 2017 must fulfil the minimum prescribed marks as given below:

  • General Candidates are required to secure minimum 20% aggregate marks and at least 5% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics individually.
  • For Other Backward Class candidates, the minimum category-wise marks – Non-Creamy Layer (OBC-NCL) applicants have to obtain individually is 18% and 4.5% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
  • For Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) & Persons with Disabilities (PD) applicants should secure at least 10% aggregate marks and at least 2.5% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics individually.

IIST B.Tech 2017 Rank list will be prepared for those candidates only who register online for admission to IIST and fulfil the Eligibility Criteria of IIST B.Tech 2017. The rank list will be prepared on the basis of JEE Advanced 2017 All India Rank (including category rank).

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  • Venketesh Ramakrishnan

    Can we opt the group with physics, chemistry, biology and biotechnology for 11th and 12th to appear for IIST eligibility test

    • Hi Venketesh,

      I am sorry but Maths is a compulsory subject for IIST.

  • P C Mathai

    Eligibility for admission to IIST:

    Candidates must be born ON or After 1999. Is this correct?

    • enggteam

      Hi PC Mathai,

      Thanks for pointing out the mistake. It’s 1989 and we have corrected it.

  • P C Mathai

    In your article on eligibility for admission to IIST is mentioned as below. Quoted from the article. Is there a mistake? Is it 1999?

    Candidate must be born on or after 1st October 1999.

    • enggteam

      Hi PC Mathai,

      Thanks for pointing out the mistake. It’s 1989 and we have corrected it.