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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has allowed as many as 2,21,427 top rankers of JEE Main 2017 to appear in JEE Advanced 2017 for IIT admissions whereas the actual capping for appearing in JEE Advanced 2017 was 2,20,000. This means that the exam conducting authority has declared 1,427 more candidates eligible for appearing in JEE Advanced 2017. This must be noted that it’s CBSE only which had earlier declared that for admission year 2017-18, only 2,20,000 top rank holders would be considered eligible for appearing in JEE Advanced.Latest: JEE Advanced 2017 Result declared on June 11.
A report released by CBSE reflects that 1,75,267 male candidates have qualified for JEE Advanced 2017, while the total number of female candidates qualified for the entrance test for IIT admissions is 46,160. Thus, the total number of candidates who have been considered eligible for taking JEE Advanced 2017 comes to 2,21,427.
In 2016, as many as 2,00,000 candidates had qualified to take JEE Advanced. IIT Guwahati had raised the number of eligible candidates (who would sit for JEE Advanced) to 2 lakh in 2016 from the earlier 1,50,000. Till 2015, 1,50,000 top candidates from JEE Main were allowed to take JEE Advanced.
Now, as CBSE has made these 1,427 candidates eligible for JEE Advanced 2017, there is no clarity if these candidates had actually taken the test. Careers360 has also filed a request to IIT Madras, the exam conducting authority for the actual number of candidates registered for JEE Advanced 2017 and the total number of candidates who have actually appeared in the test. Meanwhile, there are a few possibilities as per the declaration of CBSE for 2,21,427 candidates who were allowed for appearing in JEE Advanced 2017.
Case 1: If these 1,427 candidates had taken the test!
As per CBSE, these 1,427 candidates were eligible to take JEE Advanced 2017, however, whether these candidates had taken the test or not is not known yet. We will update the status of these students as soon as IIT Madras shares the information.
Case 2: Will IIT Madras accommodate these 1,427 candidates?
For instance, if these 1,427 candidates (who fall outside the ambit of 2 lakh capping for JEE Advanced 2017) have appeared in JEE Advanced 2017, then the question is whether IIT Madras will increase the seats at the IITs to accommodate all these candidates for B.tech admissions.
Case 3: These 1,427 candidates may be accommodated
As per some reports, against the 2,20,00 candidates eligible for appearing in JEE Advanced, only over 1.70 lakh have taken the test. This means that aroud 50,000 candidates had given a miss to JEE Advanced this year. In this scenario, there may be chances of these 1,427 candidates to appear in JoSAA 2017 counselling for IIT admissions based on their ranks and the cutoff. However, there is no such official release on the exact number of test takers in JEE Advanced yet. We need to wait till the time IIT Madras decides something in this regard.
You can also check the gender-wise statistics of the candidates who had registered and taken the national level engineering test from the table below.
JEE Main 2017 Statistics:
Registered and appeared candidates
Number of male candidates
Number of female candidates
Total candidates registered for Paper 1
Candidates registered for Offline Exam
Candidates appeared for Offline Exam
Candidates appeared for Online Exam
Candidates qualified for appearing in JEE (Advanced)
This year, as many as 11,86,454 candidates had registered for JEE Main out of which 10,02,781 had opted for the offline test, while 1,83,673 had registered for the online examination. Out of the total 10,02,781 candidates who had registered for the offline test, finally only 9,56,716 had taken the exam. This means that out of the total registered candidates, 46,065 had not taken the offline exam. On the other hand, for the online exam, 1,83,673 candidates had registered, but finally only 1,65,635, which means that 18,038 registered candidates for the online exam gave it a miss.
JEE Main 2017 – Registered V/s Appeared candidates in offline and online mode:
Candidates registered for JEE Main 2017
Candidates appeared in JEE Main 2017
Candidates registered for JEE Main 2017 (Offline)
Candidates appeared in JEE Main 2017 (Offline)
Candidates registered for JEE Main 2017 (Online)
Candidates appeared in JEE Main 2017 (Online)
JEE Main 2017 - Total candidates registered and appeared
Over 5% (64,103 candidates)
The table above represents that over 5% of the total registered candidates had opted out of JEE Main this year. This year, JEE Main has seen over 1% dip in registration over the last year. You may also like to read the year-wise registration trends of JEE Main.
Click Here to check the state-wise registration trends of JEE Main over the years
Category-wise cut off and number of candidates declared eligible for appearing in JEE (Advanced) – 2017:
Number of candidates
Common Rank List
According to JEE Main 2017 test takers and coaching experts the engineering entrance test was neither tough nor there was any major change in the exam pattern, however still the cutoff has seen a significant drop of 19 points from 100 last year to 81 for General Category, while OBC-NCL category cutoff has seen a 30% drop. JEE Main cut off for SC category has registered a 39% drop and SC cut off registered around 44% dip this year. For complete analysis of JEE Main cutoff trends, Click Here and check from the table below.
JEE Main Cut Off Trends over the years:
JEE Main 2017 was conducted in offline and online modes. The offline mode was held across 131 test cities on April 2, while the online test was conducted across 131 cities on April 8 and 9, 2017. The result for Paper I of the national level engineering entrance test was announced on April 27, while the result for Paper II was declared on May 26.
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hello parag ,
cutoff for jee advance for last four years goes as :
year (category) A B
CRL 10.0 25.0
OBC 09.0 22.5
SC 05.0 12.5
ST 05.0 12.5
ST 05.0 12.5
CRL 10.0 35.0
OBC 09.0 31.5
SC 05.0 17.5
ST 05.0 17.5
CRL 10.0 20.0
OBC 09.0 10.5
SC 05.0 10.5
ST 05.0 10.5
before this cutoff was based on subjects .
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