JEE Main Results Analysis | Increase in general category cutoff compared to the previous year; The limit value for the EWS quota falls this year Increase in the general category cutoff compared to the previous year; The limit value for the EWS quota drops
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🔥 JEE Main Results Analysis | Increase in general category cutoff compared to the previous year; The limit value for the EWS quota falls this year Increase in the general category cutoff compared to the previous year; The limit value for the EWS quota drops

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A total of 10 lakh 23,000 students took JEE-Main, the largest technical entrance examination in the country, to be admitted to more than 30,000 seats of 31 NITs, 23 TripleITs and 27 GFTIs in the country. Of these, 4 lakh 81,000 students took both exams. In the published results analysis by JEE Main, the general category increased by 0.6216486 compared to the previous year.

Increase in the general category cutoff

This year’s cut-off for the general category has reached the 90.3765335 percentile. While the cutoff last year was 89.7548849 percentiles. The cutoff of the general category has increased this time compared to the previous year. The main reason for the increase could be the low qualification of 12,000 675 students this year for the general category. While the EWS category limit is 7.9739351. The main reason for this is that 15,000 200 students can be considered more qualified in the EWS category.

The limit value for the OBC category is decreasing

At the same time, the cutoff of the OBC category decreased by 1.4278588. 1350 students are more qualified in OBC. Similarly, the SC cutoff were 3.842191 and the ST cutoff were 5.2649071 lower. 750 and 375 students have more qualified in SC, ST.

Careers guidance expert Amit Ahuja said that along with the results from JEE-Main, cutoffs in 7 decimal places were issued in September for eligibility to take the JEE-Advanced exam based on JEE-Main. Approximately 2 lakh 50,000 top students selected on the basis of JEE-Main are eligible to take the JEE-Advanced exam.

Category wise cutoff

General 90.3765335 101250
EWS 70.2435518 25000
OBC NCL 72.8887969 67500
Sc 50.1760245 37500
ST 39.0696101 18750

The JEE advance will take place on September 27th

According to JEE Main, the JEE Advanced exam will be held on September 27th. For this purpose, the registration process will continue from September 12th to 17th. The JEE Advanced result will be released on October 5th. However, the date of the start of the meeting has not yet been confirmed. Information on this will be published shortly on the website of the Joint Seat Allocation Authority.

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