10-01-2014, 02:40 PM
Provide a sigh of relief to a large number of IIT aspirants, the cutoff for getting admission in any of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) has been set to 75 percent. So students who erases the IIT-JEE is supposed to get 75 percent in class XII for admission in IIT. The recommendation to reduce the rate of passage was made by the Joint Implementation Committee (JIC), which is responsible for conducting the JEE (advanced).
As mentioned a Ministry of HRD day that Secretary Ashok Thakur said that the Council deliberated at length before deciding that in addition to the condition of 20 percentile, which offers another benefit - the candidates in general category NCL-OBC (non-creamy layer) would score 75 per cent in class XII Board exams and the SC / ST category and people with disabilities would score 70 percent.
This decision should work in favor of those aspiring IIT JEE Delete previously, but could not get a seat in IITs as they could get brands they would count in the top 20 percentile of class 12 board exams. Professor Devang Khakhar, director of IIT-B, which organized the JEE (Advanced) in 2015, said the proposal came from the concern for deserving students.