JEE Main 2017 Cut Off Marks

JEE Main 2017 Cut off expected at 105

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) 2017 cut off is expected to be around 105 this year. JEE Main 2017 exam was held on April 2, 2017 and over 10 lakh candidates appeared for the offline paper this year from over 2000 Centres in109 cities in India and abroad. JEE Main 2017 Result will be declared on 27th April. JEE Main 2017 official answer key will be displayed from April 18-22.

Paper: I is for BE/BTech courses

Paper: II is for BArch/BPlanning

Venkat Ramana, JEE exam head of TIME Hyderabad says, “The physics and chemistry sections of the JEE mains were simpler this year as compared to previous years”. This is why it is expected that the JEE Main 2017 Cut-off would be slightly higher as compared to the last year.

As per Aakash Institute prediction, JEE Main expected cut-off would be 100 or higher (up to 105) this year. Higher cut-off is also due to an increase in the number of candidates for the examination. 20,000 more candidates have appeared in this prstigious examination as compared to the 2016 JEE mains exam.

“The higher cut-off would balance out the number of candidates who manage to pass it. The cut off for the reserved categories will be more or less similar to last year,” says Ramana.

Last year, the JEE main cut-off registered was at 100, while the cut-offs for the OBC, SC and ST categories was at 70, 52 and 48 respectively. The cut off in 2015 was 105 for general category candidates and 70, 50 and 44 for OBC, SC and ST categories respectively. So, keep your fingers crossed for JEE Main cut off 2017.

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