10-03-2014, 02:48 PM
Cut off marks for IIT JEE advanced in 2014 that will determine student eligibility for the entrance test is declared. Cut off marks for each category and the list of usual profit is published. Candidates who have scored the qualifying marks for their respective category will be called for admission counseling process. Let's take a look at the cut off marks for each category of normal earnings list (use) candidates: 152 OBC (NCL) candidates: 117 marks SC candidates: 74 marks ST candidates: 63 marks PWD candidates: 63 marks for general candidates: 53 marks results of advanced JEE 2014 was declared recently and 21 percent of the candidates eligible for the exam. A total of 1.26 lakhs candidates registered examination and approximately 27,151 candidates passed the test. Of the 27,151 candidates, 19,416 is from the list of common profit, 6,000 candidates from the list OBC (NCL) Profits and 4400 candidates from the list SC profits. Similarly, 1,250 candidates mentioned in the list ST profits. Candidates who failed to send their category certificates of May 31 were counted in the list of usual profit. Chitrang Murdia Rajasthan aced the exam by securing 334 marks from a total of 360 marks. Among girls Aditi secured from IIT Roorkee zone seventh grade. Advanced JEE 2014 exam was held on 25 May and the test consisted of two papers each of three parts-physics, chemistry and mathematics. The questions were mainly in terms of objective and was completed within three hours. There are a total of 9,784 seats of various Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and ISM Dhanbad.