TSICET Cutoff 2017

Telangana State Integrated Common Entrance Test (TSICET)

TSICET Cutoff 2017

TSICET CutoffTSICET Cutoff 2017: All participating B-Schools affiliated to Kakatiya University, Warangal, will announce their respective cutoff of TSICET 2017 after the announcement of results on may 30, 2017. The official dates of TSICET 2017 cutoff release have not been shared but the same will be tentatively announced within the next two days of result declaration. TSICET cut off is a detailed account of the ranks acquired by the candidates based on the result and the minimum qualifying marks applicable to be eligible for the counselling and finally admission procedure laid down by Telangana’s B-Schools. Read on to know a complete guide to TSICET 2017 cutoff presented by Careers360.


TSICET is the state level entrance exam conducted by Kakatiya University, Warangal, on behalf of Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) for admissions to the two year MBA programme. The total number of seats offered for admission are 28,174 for all categories combined. However the TSICET cut off 2017 will vary depending on the categories ranging from General to SC/St and OBC among others.


TSICET Cutoff 2017 – Important Points to be Considered

The cutoff of TSICET 2017 will be prepared based on the following criteria:

  • Each participating institute will issue its own cutoff based on their admission policies.

  • A number of factors determine TSICET cutoff preparation. Some of these are highlighted below

  1. Previous year cutoff marks/ranks

  2. Marking scheme of TSICET 2017

  3. Difficulty level of the examination

  4. Number of exam takers

  5. Availability of seats

  6. Lowest and average scores in the exam post announcement of results

  7. Reservation of seats for various categories

  8. Overall performance of candidates in the exam

  • It is likely that the cutoff ranks will remain similar to those declared last year. Based on the trends, this year’s cutoff is likely to be 50 out of 200 marks.

  • TSCHE states that cutoff is 25 per cent of the total allotted marks, which are 200 in this case. Hence the cutoff marks are likely to be 50 (25 per cent of 200).

TSICET 2017 counselling will be based on the cutoff released as the ranks shared in the cutoff will decide if candidates are eligible for the counselling and other admission formalities.


Stay tuned to www.bschool.careers360.com for more news and updates on TSICET 2017.

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