JEE Main and Inter final year exams will be conducted on 4th May 2014, Saturday.
Inter second year results will be declared at 11.30am and
JEE Main Results will be declared by 7am at the official website wwww.jeemain.nic.in.
The online registration for JEE (Advanced) will begin from May 4. Those selected in JEE (Advanced) must also figure in the “top-20 percentile list” in respective 10+2 board exams to be eligible for final admission in IITs. Over 1.22 lakh students from the state appeared for JEE (Main) on April 6.
Only JEE (Main) marks will be released on Saturday. The ranks will be declared on July 7 after giving 40 per cent weightage for 10+2 marks. The weightage will be given by adopting ‘normalisation procedure’ to minimise huge variation in awarding marks across all the boards in the country.
The rank scored in JEE (Main) will be valid for a period of two years. This means that a candidate in the top 1.5 lakh list of JEE (Main) can give the JEE Advanced either this year or next year, after which the candidate will have to re-appear.
JEE (Advanced) will be held on May 25 and the results will be declared on June 19.
Last year, the cut-off for AP students to figure in the top-20 percentile list was 91.8 per cent, the highest in the country, followed by Tamil Nadu at 90.9 per cent and Kerala at 85.2 per cent. The CBSE’s cut-off was 81.6 per cent, ICSE (83.2), UP (73), Bihar (65) and West Bengal (61.2).
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