All Std XII Results To Be Out Before May End For JEE Considerations And Cut Off Marks


All Std XII Results To Be Out Before May End  For JEE Considerations And Cut Off Marks

Nagpur: As CBSE is administering the JEE Advance which is now the only gateway to enter into the prestigious IITs, the major education boards which have their affiliated schools in Nagpur have decided to announce the Std XII result before the end of this month. With the latest system of admissions to IITs, cut off will be decided on the basis of their board result too. Students who are in 20 percentile of their board will be eligible for admissions in IITs apart from the all India JEE Ranking.

According to the reports, ICSE board have plans to declare their result of Std XII on May 16. On the other hand CBSE is all set to
declare the results of XII by March 25. State boards are also making plans to enable efficient data sharing with CBSE. Students who
quallify JEE Main and appear in the top 1.5 lakh rankings will be eligible to seat in the JEE Advance scheduled on June 2, 2013. The
results of the JEE Advance will be out on June 23, 2013.

Here is a complete path you have to follow and efficiently cross to get into IIT:

Qualify JEE (Main)and get among the top 75,750 general students Or top 40,500 OBC students Or Top 22,500 SC students or top 11,250 ST students. 3% of seats are reserved for physically disabled person in each category listed above.

You must be among top 20% of your std XII board respectively to become eligible for IIT.

Clearing above will make you eligible for JEE (Advance) which will held on June 2 whose result will be announced on June 23 in All India Ranking.

Admissions into NITs, IIITs and other state engineering colleges will be done on the basis of both JEE (Main) and Std XII. However the ratio is 60:40 and they can select their own weightage ratio for admissions. 60% of JEE result and 40% of intermediate results. It is expected that not only Nagpur but all other boards, state boards will be announcing their result for the sake of JEE.