88% students passed JEE Advanced 2014 exam for the 1st time

88% students passed JEE Advanced 2014 exam


According to the latest information, more than 88% of students who had written the JEE Advanced exam in 2014 have passed in first attempt. Around 12% of the candidates passed the examination in the second attempt.

Class 12th candidates were allowed to appear for JEE Advanced examination only two times. It is the qualifying entrance examination for admission to engineering / technology courses in Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) across the nation.

In 2013, it was recorded that 69.6% of students cracked the examination in the first attempt and around 27.2% students passed the examination in the second attempt.

A total of 20,636 (76%) of urban students cracked the exam. Out of this, around 3,862 (14.22%) of students belong to town areas and 2,654 (9.77%) students belong to villages.

According to the statistics, around 3,586 (13.2%) of students who cracked the examination belong to the family whose annual income in over Rs 8 lakh per annum. Around 18.6% of students who cracked the exam belong to the family whose income is around Rs 1 lakh.

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