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Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) is regarded as one of the toughest entrance exam in the world. It is conducted annually by Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE), and more than 10 Lakh students appear for it every year. The exam consists of two different papers, JEE Main and JEE Advanced. JEE Mains score is accepted by various colleges for admission into their Engineering and Technology courses, excluding IITs, NITs, and a few IIITs. These institutes accept JEE Advanced score for admission into their courses.
The procedure for JEE Advanced is a little different from JEE Main. Not everyone can apply for JEE Advanced. You need to qualify JEE Main first to be eligible. After qualifying the JEE Main exam, only those students will be eligible to appear for JEE Advance who have cleared the cut-off. In this article we will discuss about the JEE Advanced cut-off, and the various factors affecting it.
What is JEE Advanced Cut Off?
Cut off marks are the minimum marks required to clear an exam. The candidates who have attempted the JEE Main and obtained a score equal or more than the JEE Advanced Cut Off 2018, only they will be allowed to participate in the JEE Advanced Examination.
CBSE will releases the cut-off marks on the JEE official website after the declaration of the result. To understand more about IIT JEE Advanced 2018 Cut-off, let’s have a look at the various factors that influence it.
Which Factors Determine Cut off
- Total number of students who applied for JEE Advanced 2018: With the increasing number of students, cut-off marks will increase proportionally.
- Total number of questions in the JEE Advanced Paper: This factor works inversely with the cut-off marks. When the total number of questions increases, the variance of attempted questions also increases, across all the candidates who attempted the exam. This reduces the cut-off marks, although not by much. The increasing competition has reduced the influence of this factor to a minimal.
- The level of difficulty of the examination: The level of difficulty also plays a vital role in the determination of cut-off. The higher the difficulty of the exam, the lower will be the cut-off.
- Performance of the candidates in the test: This is the most obvious factor in the determination of the cut-off marks.
- JEE Advanced previous years’ cut-off trends: The cut-off marks of every year will also follow the trend of the previous years. Regardless of all the above factors, the cut-off marks for any year will never be too far from the cut-off marks of the previous year.
Previous years’ JEE Advanced Cut Off Marks Category Wise
Let’s talk about the previous years’ cut-off before we proceed further. The more we know, the more we’d understand about it. Based on these marks candidates were shortlisted for the counselling process of JEE advanced to get admission in their dream colleges.
JEE Advanced 2017 had as many as upwards of One Lakh and Seventy Thousand candidates registering for the entrance test for IIT admissions, out of which only almost One Lakh Sixty Thousand appeared in the test, while a total of Fifty Thousand qualified for admission to the IITs. In comparison to this, in the year 2016, out of the One Lakh Ninety Eight Thousand qualified candidates, a total of One Lakh Fifty Five Thousand registered for the exam, while actually One Lakh Fifty Thousand took the test and Thirty Six qualified for IIT admission.
JEE Advanced cut off 2017 Qualifying Mark
Note: CRL is Common Rank List wherein all candidates (all categories) will be given ranks.
PWD stands for the person with disability. PWD candidates cannot take the admission in the courses like mining, geophysics, mechanical etc. even if they secure the cut-off marks in JEE Advanced.
|Category||PwD Status||Rank List||Minimum Marks in Each Subject||Minimum
|OBC-NCL||No||OBC-NCL rank list||10||115|
|SC||No||SC rank list||6||64|
|ST||No||ST rank list||6||64|
|OBC-NCL||Yes||OBC-NCL-PwD rank list||6||64|
|SC||Yes||SC-PwD rank list||6||64|
|ST||Yes||ST-PwD rank list||6||64|
JEE Advanced cut off Qualifying Marks 2016
|Category||PwD Status||Rank List||Minimum Marks in Each Subject||Minimum Aggregate Marks|
|OBC-NCL||No||OBC-NCL rank list||12||67|
|SC||No||SC rank list||07||38|
|ST||No||ST rank list||07||38|
|OBC-NCL||Yes||OBC-NCL-PwD rank list||07||38|
|SC||Yes||SC-PwD rank list||07||38|
|ST||Yes||ST-PwD rank list||07||38|
Expected JEE Advanced cut-off for 2018
Finally we shall now discuss the cut off for JEE 2018. For JEE Advanced 2018, the expected cut-off for the various IITs is expected to be as follows:
|Institutions Name||Opening Rank||Closing Rank|
|IIT Indore 900 7750||900||7750|
|IIT Kharagpur 140 6300||140||6300|
|IIT (BHU) Varanasi 500 9800||500||9800|
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