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In this article, you will find detailed information about JEE Advanced 2018 Eligibility Criteria. We are described below in detailed information about the eligibility criteria. As the conducting body, IIT Kanpur recently released their eligibility criteria.
As previously IIT Kanpur announces that from next year 4000 more JEE aspirants will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced 2018.
JEE Advanced 2018 Eligibility Criteria
Some of the important parameters which are really important for JEE Advanced 2018 Application form process are listed below:
- Qualifying Marks
- No of attempts
Mains scored is required for JEE Advanced 2018 Application process. It is previously announced that top 2,24,000 aspirants would be eligible for appearing JEE Advanced 2018. The number of aspirants who are eligible for the exam is increased from next year so it is confirmed that the competition goes tougher compared to the previous year.
Qualifying marks are listed below according to the aspirant’s category.
- For OBC Category – 27%
- For SC Category – 15%
- For ST Category – 7.5%
- For General Category – 50.5% (OPEN for all others)
- For PWD – 3% of each of these 4 Categories
Category wise distribution for the selection of top 2,24,000 students are as follow which is announced by IIT Kanpur:
|Category||Number of “Top” Candidates||Total|
- For General/OBC aspirants must have born on or after 1st October 1993.
- For SC/ST aspirants must have born on or after 1st October 1988, 5 Years of relaxation will be provided.
The number of attempts:
Only 2 attempts will be given to JEE Aspirants for advanced in the consecutive years.
- Candidates must have appeared or passed the qualifying examination in 2017/2018.
- A candidate who appear for the qualifying exam in 2015-16 and their result declared after June 2016 are eligible.
- For the general who scored 75% marks and for SC/ST who scored 65% are eligible.
- It is mandatory all the student should be in top 20% of category wise distribution.
- For this approach a candidate must appear for below five subjects:
- A Language
- Any other subject
- The percentage will be calculated out of 100. If the marks for any subjects will more than 100 then it will be calculated according to them.
- If there will be a grading system then a candidate should obtain a certificate from the respective boards.
- If physics, chemistry, and mathematics will be not calculated in the final year subjects then they have 3-year diploma course.
- If any candidate who has done/appearing their 3-year diploma courses will be also eligible but the marks will be calculated from the final year degree.