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Expected Cut- Off Marks For JEE Main 2017

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The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2017 was conducted by The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) successfully on April 2, 2017.

How many students appeared for the JEE Main examination?

More than 10 lakh students appeared for the JEE Main 2017 examination. From over 2000 Centres in 109 cities in India and abroad. Aspirants also had the choice of appearing in any one of the two papers or both.

The JEE Main exam consists of two papers:

  • Paper I is for BE or BTech courses.
  • Paper II is for B.Arch or B planning.
JEE Main exam cut- off

More on JEE Main Paper Analysis:

  • On the whole, the level for the paper was between easy to moderate. It is always parallel performance, which matters in such competitive examinations.
  • Candidates who have been focused and by taking regular quizzes and mock tests on JEE Main pattern, must have done reasonably well.

What is the expected JEE Main cut off?

  • The Cut-off for CML (Common Merit List) in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 was 113,115,105,100 respectively.
  • The Cut-off for this year is going to be high around 115.

How is the admission procedure done?

Admission through centralized allocation process in NIT's / IIIT's / DTU / CFTI's for over 24000 seats in undergraduate courses will be according to merit list based on marks in JEE Main examination.

How is the selection procedure done for the students?

The candidate must be in top twenty percentile of respective board or should score minimum 75 per cent marks in his or her board examination.

Which are the States that will accept the JEE Main ranking?

A total of 9 states (Haryana, Uttarakhand, Nagaland, Gujarat, M.R., M.P., Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan) will also accept JEE Main ranks to fill seats through their own seat allocation process.

Also read: JEE Main 2017: Qualification and Exam Centres Details

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