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Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology
KIITEE 2011 Results Declared
KIITEE 2011 Results declared .
You can check KIITEE 2011 result : http://www.kiitee.ac.in/2011/kiiteeRankLogin.aspx
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KIITEE 2011 Counselling Schedule (1st Round)
Date of Counselling Time of Counselling Category Rank
7th June, 2011 9 a.m. ST(W) 1-78
10:30 a.m. General Women
(Orissa State) 1-579
12 noon General
(Orissa State) 1-1941
3 p.m. General Women 1-3032
8th June, 2011 9 a.m. General 1-1000
10:30 a.m. General 1001-2000
12 noon General 2001-3000
3 p.m. General 3001-4000
9th June, 2011 9 a.m. General 4001-5000
10:30 a.m. General 5001-6000
12 noon General 6001-7000
3 p.m. General 7001-8000
10th June, 2011 9 a.m. General 8001-9000
10:30 a.m. General 9001-10000
12 noon General 10001-11000
3 p.m. General 11001-12000
11th June, 2011 9 a.m. General 12001-13000
10:30 a.m. General 13001-14000
12 noon General 14001-15040
NB:- Detail information about counselling will be hosted shortly
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Many of the 34,00 students who appeared for the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) re-examination on Wednesday were an unsatisfied lot. Claiming that the paper they had to write was the toughest in many years; the students cried hoarse saying that the whole process was faulty.
The students were forced to reappear for the exam as the paper had been leaked on May 1. More than 34,000 students could not take the exam then (on May 1) as it was postponed by three hours and clashed with another entrance exam. The students were given a different date, dividing the exam in two phases.
“Physics was extremely difficult. I have never seen this tough a paper at the level of AIEEE 2011. Mathematics was all right but chemistry was quite easy. But if I were to compare this with the earlier exam, it was certainly tougher,“ said Dibankar Jha, an aspirant whose centre was at RK Puram, sector 2.
Students, both who had taken the test earlier and who took it on Wednesday, say that the decision to hold exams in two phases was unjust. “The exam was much tougher than the first one, as we had suspected. This is just not fair. I dedicated two years of my life to this exam. I am very disappointed,“ said Ritesh Dagar, a resident of Panipat, whose centre was in Delhi.
Meanwhile, the students who had appeared earlier were not satisfied either. “Chemistry was very easy in the second exam, much easier than what we had. The results won't be fair this time around,“ said Rupal Mahajan, a resident of Rohini Sector 3.
“The matter is very upsetting. I know how hard my daughter had studied for this but she is not hoping for a good rank because of the fiasco. This is not fair. There should have been a re-exam for all students,“ said Madhulika Arora, a resident of Hauz Khas.
Many students had also visited the CBSE office last week, demanding a re-test for all students but in vain.
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The Campus is located on GT Road at Kalyanpur, about 16 km west of Kanpur city, on 1055 acres of land offered by the Government of UP. It is a residential campus offering accomodation to about 350 faculty members, about 700 support staff members, and about 4000 students. The campus has all the amenities for developing the personal, social and academic skills of the community. WEBSITE:IIT KANPUR
4-year B. Tech and 5-year Integrated M. Sc.
The 4-year B. Tech. and 5-year Integrated M. Sc. undergraduate programmes have two components. The first component is the core programme common to all students and is carefully planned to give the students a strong base of general education in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering Sciences, Technical Arts, and Humanities and Social Sciences. The second component of the undergraduate programme includes professional courses and a project in the chosen branch of specialisation.
The course structure in the core curriculum provides for large lecture classes with tutorial discussion hours and laboratory sessions in smaller goups. The professional programme, while providing the flexibility of having laboratory courses often independent of the lecture classes, culminates in a project involving the application of modern analysis and design techniques.
Two-year M. Sc.
A limited number of candidates are also admitted to the two-year M. Sc. programme in the disciplines of Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics and Physics. These are open to those who have earned the B. Sc. degree in the relevant discipline.
B. Tech. : Aerospace Engineering, Biological Sciences and Bio-Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering
B. Tech. - M. Tech. : (Dual Degreee): Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
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The inclined wing and the mechanical engineering department
With a history stretching back over 65 years, providing technical education within a modern educational environment and strong academic staff, DCE is strongly identified with engineering education in India. Since its inception and foundation, DCE has constantly lead the way in reform movements, and in the latter era of the Republic of India, DCE has assumed pivotal roles in the reconstruction, modernization, and administration of the society. The efforts and expertise of DCE graduates have been major contributors in the planning and construction of India's infrastructure. DCE is an insitution which defines and continues to update methods of engineering and architecture in India. It provides its students with modern educational facilities while retaining traditional values, as well as using its strong industrial contacts to mold young, talented individuals who can compete in the global arena.The aim of DCE is to rank among leading universities globally. Consequently, DCE 's mission is to educate individuals to be competitive not only in India, but all over the world. Within an intensely competitive environment, the college has adopted a dynamic, global, high-quality, creative and communicative approach in education, as well as research and development. Keeping abreast with modern developments, DCE is constantly restructuring itself and renovating its physical infrastructure as well as its research and education facilities. Programmes Offered in B.E
Biotechnology Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Environmental Engineering Information Technology Mechanical Engineering Polymer Science and Chemical Technology Production and Industrial Engineering Admissions to B.E courses in Delhi College of Engineering are done on the basis of AIEEE paper.