More Than 2 Lakh Students from Last Year
JEE-Main 2023 exam was conducted by the National Testing Agency in the month of January and April. In the month of January, the examination was held from 24 January to 1 February and in the month of April from 6 to 15 April. The All India Rank of the students was released on the basis of highest NTA score of both the exams.
Dr. Brajesh Maheshwari, Chairman of ALLEN Career Institute Private Limited said that about 11 lakh 12 thousand students took the exam this year in JEE-Main 2023, including both sessions, which is more than two lakh as compared to last year. Last year a total of 9 lakh 5 thousand students appeared in the examination. This year JEE-Main 2023 has the highest number of students appearing in proportion to the number of students who applied. Till last years, 80 to 82 percent students appeared in the examination, this year this number increased up to 95 percent.
He informed that this year JEE-Advanced 2023 exam is being conducted by IIT Guwahati on June 4. Students who qualify the Advanced Eligibility Cutoff on the basis of JEE-Main can apply for Advanced on the website from April 30 to May 7.
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Due to the increase in the number of students appearing in the exam this year, the cutoff has also increased. On the basis of JEE-Main, 2.5 lakh students from all top categories combined are qualified to take the advanced exam. In this, 1 lakh one thousand 250 students from open category, 25 thousand from EWS, 67 thousand 500 from OBC, 37500 from SC and 18750 from ST category are qualified.
This year the general category cutoff was 90.7788642, EWS cutoff was 75.6229025, OBC cutoff was 73.6114227, SC cutoff was 51.9776027, and ST cutoff was 37.2348772. And last year, the cutoff for these categories was 88.41 percent in open category, 63.11 percent for EWS, 67.00 percent for OBC, 43.08 percent for SC, and 26.73 for ST. This year, the qualifying cutoff for the advanced exam of open has increased by 2.3, EWS by 12, OBC by 6, SC by 8 and ST by 11 percentile.
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Admission in NIT-IIT Will be Available on This AIR
He said that students whose AIR will be less than 5 thousand will have the possibility of getting core branch of top 5 NIT including NIT Tirchi, Warangal, Suratkal, Allahabad, Jaipur, and IIIT Allahabad. Students whose All India Rank will be between 5 to 10 thousand are likely to get core branch in NITs like Calicut, Surat, Nagpur, Bhopal, Kurukshetra, and Rourkela, apart from other branches of above 5 NITs.
Such students whose AIR is likely to come between 10 to 20 thousand, they should go for core branch in NITs like Jalandhar, Jamshedpur, Delhi, Goa, Agartala, Hamirpur, Durgapur as well as IIIT Gwalior, Jabalpur, Guwahati, Lucknow, PEC Chandigarh, and also there will be possibility of getting core branch in BITS Mesra, IIEST Shibpur, JNU, and Hyderabad University. Students whose All India Rank is between 20 to 30 thousand can get admission in core branches of NITs like Patna, Raipur, Silchar, Uttarakhand, Srinagar, Andhra Pradesh, and Arunachal Pradesh as well as new IIITs like Tirchi, Nagpur, Pune, Surat, Bhopal, Vadodara, Ranchi, etc, apart from other branches of top 10 NITs.
Along with this, students with 30 to 60 thousand All India Ranks can seek admissions in core branches of top 20 NITs and core branches of NITs of North East like Sikkim, Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Mizoram as well as new IIIT of Ranchi, Dharwad, and Kalyani. There can be a possibility of getting admission in Kurnool, Chittoor, Naya Raipur, Manipur Una, Kottayam and GFTI. The chances of getting a college on this given AIR may change category wise for General, OBC, EWS, SC-ST students.
Criteria for Determining AIR after tie in NTA Score
He said that for the first time this year, 9 criteria have been set for determining the rank of students in case of tie in higher NTA scores. If the total NTA scores of two students are equal, then Mathematics will be considered first in determining the All India Rank. NTA score is viewed, If it is equal, then the NTA score of Physics, followed by Chemistry,
then the ratio of the number of right and wrong answers is looked at. In this situation, the ratio of the number of correct and wrong answers in Mathematics subject-wise, in case of a tie, the ratio of the number of correct and incorrect answers in Physics, in case of a tie, the ratio of the number of correct and incorrect answers in Chemistry is seen.
In the event of a tie in all the above criteria also, the student who is older in age is given priority in the All India Rank. Even at the level of age criteria, if there is a tie, priority is given to the ascending order of the application number.
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