Cut-off marks for appearing JEE Advanced 2013 Exam

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Cut-off marks for JEE Advanced 2013

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the JEE Main 2013 paper 1 scores. Candidates can check the score by login to JEE website.

The rank cards along with scores will be dispatched from May 8 to the students by post.

Click here to see the JEE Main 2013 results.

After the results declared, candidates should know the cut-off marks for appearing in JEE Advanced test.

Before that candidates must have to submit the class 12/qualifying examination details for any corrections in JEE Main website.

Below table shows the cut-off marks for different categories.

Category Cut-off Marks
Common Merit List (CML) 113
Other Backward Class (OBC-NCL) 70
Scheduled Caste (ST) 50
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 45

A separate rank lists of JEE(Main) will be declared by May 07, 2013 for admission to B.E./B.Tech. And B.Arch/ B.Planning (in institutions other than IITs) based on the score in JEE (Main) and normalised score of Class XII/ Qualifying examination

From the academic year 2013-14, admissions to undergraduate programmes at all IITs and ISM, Dhanbad, will be through the JEE (Advanced) examination.

CBSE conducts JEE Advanced 2013 on Sunday, 2 June.

To register for JEE Advanced 2013, Click here.

Only the top 1,50,000 candidates (including all categories) who qualify in Paper-I of JEE Main - 2013 will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced - 2013.

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