JEE Main 2014 cut off for JEE Advanced 2014 eligibility in all categories given below
A total of 1, 19, 581 candidates appeared in both papers. A total of 27,151 candidates including 414 under PwD preparatory categories qualified in JEE (Advanced) – 2014.
18062 candidates filled choices online for regular undergraduate courses. There were a total number of 217 courses offered by 16 IITs and ISM Dhanbad. Three rounds of seat allocation was done as per the decision of JAB-2014. The first round of seat allocation was declared on 1st July in which a total of 9711 seats were allocated out of which 9061 candidates accepted admission offer online through payment. In the second round, a total of 9691 seats were offered along with 63 preparatory allocations. A total of 121 cases of rejection of admission was done based on the ‘top 20 percentile cut off’ criterion and about 533 candidates withdrew their seats with refund. In the third round a total of 9732 (with thirteen supernumerary allocations) and 63 preparatory allocations were made. A total of three seats in B. Arch Courses at Kharagpur and Roorkee could not be offered due to lack of AAT qualified candidates.
Important decision taken by JAB for JEE Advanced 2014
1. Number of Attempts For JEE(Advanced) 2014 : Two consecutive attempts to write JEE(Advanced). Candidates who appeared IIT-JEE in 2012 or before are not eligible to write JEE(Advanced)-2014
2. JAB resolved to continue with short listing of the top 1,50,000 in the merit list of JEE(Main).
3. The Joint Admission Board resolved to continue with the existing criterion of “top 20 percentile among the successful candidates” in respective categories in the qualifying Board Examination.
4. Question papers be printed separately in English and Hindi, with a bit of excess of English question papers to be provided to candidates in case of need.
5. The eligibility criterion for admission of candidates belonging to PwD category will be fixed as the minimum marks amongst the four main categories (GE, OBC-NCL, SC and ST) under the ‘top 20 percentile cut off among the successful candidates’ of their respective Boards.
6. Fee Structure for JEE(Advanced) -2014
7. The subject wise and aggregate cut off marks in JEE(Advanced) – 2014 will be the same as followed in 2013. The cut off marks are 10% and 35 % for GE; 9% and 31.5% for OBC(NCL) and 5% and 17.5% for SC, ST, PwD candidates respectively.
8. The tie break policy followed in the previous year will also be continued. In case of a tie in aggregate marks in JEE(Advanced)-2014, the ranking will be done on the basis of higher
marks in Mathematics, followed by Physics and Chemistry. In case all subject wise marks are same, the candidates will be awarded the same AIR.
9. The Board resolved to follow three rounds of seat allocation after a one-time choice- filling by candidates.
10. The Examination Centre at Dubai will be continued and IIT Guwahati will take the responsibility of conducting the examination there for three years from 2014.
11. Allocation of seats to Foreign Nationals will be on supernumerary basis
Analysis of marks scored by candidates
The maximum marks scored in JEE (Advanced) – 2014 was 334 out of 360, that is 92.8% and the
minimum marks scored was -32.. The average marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics were 25.02,
30.01 and 24.88. While the average marks in Physics is less by about 1 mark, there is substantial increase in
average marks in Chemistry and Mathematics compared to 2013.
The following are the salient features of the result of JEE (Advanced) – 2014.
1. Twenty six candidates scored aggregate marks above or equal to 300.
2. The maximum marks scored in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are 117, 111 and 117
3. No candidate could score full marks in any subject
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