JEE Main 2017 Cut-Off

The CBSE Board released the cut-off Jee Main 2017 through online mode only. The cut-off is the minimum marks required to appear in the JEE Advanced exam. Cut-off marks are different for different categories. Cut-off marks are depend upon several factors such as exam difficulty level and number of students appeared in the examination. Candidate who score marks more than the cut off marks will be considered qualified in JEE Main 2017. Only qualified candidates will be eligible for admission. In the year 2016, total top two lacs scorers were eligible to appear in the next round (JEE Advanced). Here we have mentioned the actual JEE Main Cut-off 2017:

Category Cut-off Marks (Declared)
General 81
Scheduled Caste 32
Scheduled Tribe 27
PWD 01

 Qualifying Marks for

GEN category (common rank list) :  81
OBC-NCL : 49,
SC : 32,
ST : 31
PWD candidates : 1

How Cut Off Marks are Calculated?

Some of these factors are listed below:

  • Number of candidates appeared in the examination
  • Difficulty level of the examination
  • Number of questions asked in the examination
  • The overall performance level of the candidates.

JEE Main Previous Years Cut-Off

Previous years cut-off of JEE Main examination

Category JEE Main 2014 Cut-off JEE Main 2015 Cut-off JEE Main 2016 Cut-off
Common Merit List 115 105 100
Other Backward Class 74 70 70
Scheduled Caste 53 50 52
Scheduled Tribe 47 44 48

Online Registration for JEE (Advanced) will start on 28 April, 2017 at 10 AM.

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