JEE Advanced 2015: Expected Cut Off & Qualifying Marks revealed

JEE Advanced 2015 is the last obstacle for admissions into engineering ( IITs and ISM,) through a common entrance examination & Joint Entrance Examination. Around 1.22 lakh candidates appeared in the JEE advanced exam 2015, there were more than 350 examination centers across the nation. According to the prior report the examination level of JEE Advanced 2015 was more difficult as compared to 2014. A big number of the students conceded that they were not able to finish the paper during the time because of some significant changes in the exam pattern. The questions of the paper needed proper focus on the subject knowledge as well as analytical thoughts were required to solve the paper in the stipulated time.

JEE advanced 2015 cut off

The pattern of the paper was unpredicted and unexpected, most of the questions had more than one correct answer in the multiple choice questions, the students were confused with the answer they were ensured about. System of negative marking was increased a few as compared to the last year. As discussed in details in previous space about JEE advanced 2015 analysis, the overall score and cut offs can likely be affected due to the factor that students were not able to complete their paper, being too lengthy.

JEE Advanced Exam, 2015 with two papers, both obligatory. According to the pattern of exam the paper was consist of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics, carrying equal number of questions from each of the paper. The paper was divided in to the three equal sections; each of the section was carrying 20 out of 60 questions with 264 marks in total of the paper. The answer keys for JEE advanced 2015 had already been availed by most coaching institutions, official keys release is awaited for 8th June.

Aspirants have to fulfill any one of the following criteria for selection.

  • From the top, 20 percentile of the successful candidates shall be considered for admission, according to the category of his/her respective Class 12th (or equivalent) board examination.
  • Candidates from (GEN or OBC-NCL) categories have to secure 75% and on the other hand the candidates from (SC, ST or PwD) categories have to score 70% of aggregate marks in the Class 12th (or equivalent) board examination.

JEE Advanced Exam 2015 Important Dates:

  • Announcement of Result:  18th of June, 2015
  • Online choices: 25th -29th of June, 2015

The successful candidates will be invited for the various courses (IITs and ISM, Dhanbad) branches of the courses will be allotted on the basis of the Rank of JEE Advanced Exam 2015.

JEE Advanced Exam 2015, Cutoff, along with cutoff (2013 and 2014) according to the category is given below.

CATAGORY        cut off 2013         Cut off 2014       Cut off 2015 expected
General                113                         115                       105
OBC                      70                          74                         70
SC                         50                          53                         50
ST                         45                          47                         44

A cut off is a process to short list the best candidates for admission in to engineering course as per the secured score in JEE main exam. The candidates, whose goal is more than cut off, there would be called for counselling, apart from this scoring more than cut off doesn’t mean the admission guarantee. A new cut off will be issued after each round of allotment of the seats.

The complete counselling and seat allocation schedule has been updated here which is to be followed after results announcement of JEE advanced 2015.

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