Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi had announced Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2014 results on 03rd May 2014.
Only top 1.5 lakh candidates from JEE Main 2014 will qualify for JEE Advanced Examination.
JEE Advanced examination is conducted for admission to 16 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).
After announcement of results, now students are checking cut-off marks for the JEE Advanced examination.
According to the CBSE, cut-off marks to appear for JEE Advanced Examination is;
115 for general candidates.
74 for OBC candidates.
53 for SC candidates
47 for ST candidates.
According to the official notification, "The distribution across categories will be as per the Government of India directive. OBC-NCL: 27%, SC: 15%, ST: 7.5% and the rest 50.5% will be from the Common Merit List that includes all category candidates."
JEE Main 2014 scores will be used for 15,500 seats in 30 NITs, 850 seats in five IIITs and another 15,000 seats in self-financing institutions.