HSEE Result 2021

Indian Institute of Madras conducts a national level entrance HSEE exam to induct students in its prestigious Master of Arts programme integrated programme in Humanities and Social Sciences. With the rise in awareness of different academic disciplines/ streams, students in their 12th class start preparing for various competitive exams and one such course which has gathered a lot of attention is IIT Madras’ five- year integrated M.A course. Students work tirelessly to clear the HSEE exam and look forward to enroll in the five-year integrated programme. There are only 58 seats for the two streams, namely, Integrated M.A in Development Studies and Integrated M.A in English Studies.
The HSEE exam will be conducted on 13th June,2021 and students prepare for the exam accordingly.After, the completion of the exam, the HSEE result is very eagerly awaited. Before we go any further, students should go through the following important dates regarding HSEE entrance exam.Noting down important information regarding HSEE notification, HSEE registration,HSEE application submission, on your calendar will help you to chalk out a strategy for HSEE exam preparation.
HSEE 2021 Important Dates
Know the details about the HSEE exam and other relevant information are mentioned below:
Events
Date
Release of  HSEE Notification
28 December 2020
Online HSEE Application Starts
1 February 2021
Last Date for Submission of Online Application
  1. Payment via Net Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card
  2. Indian Bank Challans
 
  1. 15 March 2021
  1. 16 March 2021
Check Application Status
31 March – 30 April, 2021
Admit Cards Download Starts
12 May – 13 June 2021
HSEE 2021 Exam Date
13 June 2021
Copy of Candidate responses to be available on the website by
21 June -23 June 2021, 5:00 PM
Declaration of Results
28 June 2021
Selected candidates can download Offer Letter by
30 June 2021
Follow these steps to know about HSEE 2021 Results:
Step 1: Candidates who have appeared for HSEE exam in 2021 will have to visit the official website to know about HSEE result. Students will come across a link stating “Check Result HSEE 2021”.
Step 2: After clicking on this link, students will come across a window where students need to enter their login credentials such as HSEE roll number, etc.
Step 3: Important details such as HSEE login id/ email-id and password to view HSEE score card/ HSEE Result.
Step 4:  The result page will be displayed and students can go through the contents of this page.
Step 5: After accessing the result window, students can then download the HSEE result or take a printout of the result. This document will be required for final admission processes in the college.
What next after getting HSEE Result?
  • Your academic documents should be in order. Important documents comprise original class 12th marksheet, Migration Certificate, Transfer Certificate, etc. These documents should be attested and one should also have pass-port size recent photographs also.
  • Visit the official website to know about important dates such as the Submission of academic documents, Fee deposit dates, MA course academic session start dates, etc.
  • Check your mail for important admission updates and counseling process schedule.
  • Selected candidates have to download their offer letter and be prepared for the verification process of their academic certificates.
HSEE 2021 Cut-off:
After clearing the HSEE exam and checking out HSEE Result the next step is that students want to have information regarding HSEE Cut-off. HSEE cut-off information is important as students come to know whether chances of getting admission to the HSEE integrated course is there or not.
The following information regarding HSEE cut-off should be read carefully:
First and foremost, students need to score at least 50% marks to qualify the HSEE exam. But note that separate lists are compiled for students belonging to OBC- NCL, SC,ST and PwD categories.
Go through the following table to know more about HSEE Cut-off 2021:
Category of the candidate
HSEE 2021 Cut- off (Expected)
Students belonging to OBC-NCL
45%
Students belonging to SC category
25%
Students belonging to ST category
25%
Students belonging to PwD category
25%
Others
50%
We hope the above information regarding HSEE result and HSEE Cut-off will help you and you can plan your next move accordingly.
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