For admission to NITs and CFTIs, a general ranking in the JEE category (main candidate) should either have achieved at least 75% or be in the top 20 percentiles of his board results to secure a seat. For the SC / ST candidates, the candidates should either have reached at least 65% or meet the top 20 percentile requirement.
In line with the Joint Admission Board’s decision for the IITs on July 17, due to the prevailing conditions after the COVID 19 outbreak, the CSAB decided to lower exams to 75% or the top 20 percentiles in qualification simple passed grades.
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Ramesh Pokhriyal, union minister for personnel development, announced the decision and tweeted: “Due to the prevailing circumstances, the C Central Seat Allocation Board has decided to relax the admission criteria for admission to NITs and other CFTIs. Qualified main JEE candidates for 2020 now only have to receive a passing certificate for the class XII exam, regardless of the grades achieved. ”
The JEE (Main) exam, which was postponed twice due to the pandemic and postponed from September 1-6. A final performance list will be announced based on the results of JEE (main) and JEE (main) held in January)