JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2021
JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2021 - Jamia Millia Islamia University will release the JMI B.Tech 2021 reservation criteria along with the official brochure. Under the JMI B.Tech reservation criteria 2021, the university provide certain reservation to different reserved category candidates like Muslim Minority students, Persons with Disabilities, internal Jamia students, foreign students, Kasmiri migrants and Jammu & Kashmir students. Candidates seeking reservation in any of these categories must check the JMI B.Tech 2021 reservation criteria beforehand. As per the reservation criteria of JMI B.Tech 2021 admission, 30% seats in all the programmes are reserved for Muslim applicants. JMI B.Tech admission will be done on the basis of JEE Main scores. Read the full article to know about the JMI B.Tech reservation criteria 2021 in detail.
JMI B.Tech 2021 Reservation Criteria- Key Points
Following are the key points about the JMI B.Tech reservation criteria 2021 that candidates must note-
Candidates willing to get admission under reserved category can apply for reservation under one category only and will be required to fulfill the prescribed eligibility conditions of the program.
The relaxation in the minimum prescribed percentage of marks in the qualifying examination for admission to a program will be allowed only under one relaxation criteria.
If a candidate from reserved category qualifies the entrance test for admission under the General category, he/she will be considered under the General category as well as the claimed reserved category. However, admission of such a candidate will be done under one category based on his/her rank in the merit list only.
The reservation rule will be applicable programme wise only, in case several programmes are clubbed in one programme code.
JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2021 for Muslim Minority Students
The university will provide following reservations to Muslim minority students under JMI B.Tech 2021 reservation criteria-
30% of the total number of seats in each program will be reserved for Muslim applicants.
10% of the total number of seats in each program will be reserved for women applicants who are Muslims.
10% of the total number of seats in each program will be reserved for “Other Backward Classes” (OBCs) and Scheduled Tribes who are Muslims, as per the list notified by the Central Government.
It must be noted that reservations to Muslim OBCs will be applicable to Non-Creamy Layer candidates. If any seat will be vacant from the seats reserved for women Muslim applicants and Muslim OBCs then it will be transfered to the seats reserved for Muslim applicants (to 30% reserved seats).
JMI B.Tech 2021 Reservation Criteria for Persons with Disabilities
Under the JMI B.Tech reservation criteria 2021, 5% seats will be reserved for Persons with Disabilities in each program. Following candidates are considered in Persons with Disabilities.
Locomotor disability or cerebral palsy
Autism/ Intellectual/ specific learning/ mental illness
Multiple disabilities including deaf blindness
Acid attack victim
Hard of hearing
Speech and Language disability
Chronic Neurological conditions
Sickle Cell Disease
JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2021 for Internal Jamia Students
The university provides 5% reservation of seats in all programs for internal students of Jamia who have passed their qualifying examination of the concerned programme (X or XII) from Jamia Schools as regular students.
JMI B.Tech 2021 Reservation Under Special Provisions
Following are the reservations provided by the university under JMI B.Tech reservation criteria 2021 in case of special provisions.
Kashmiri Migrants will have to apply and go through the entire admission process. The admission of such candidates will be considered over and above not exceeding 5% of the total seats and not more than 2 seats in the programs offered by the faculty of Engineering and Technology.
Candidates seeking admission under this category will not be required to submit a domicile certificate. But, they will have to submit a certificate supporting their claim of being Kashmiri migrants. This certificate can be obtained from the registered Divisional Commissioner of the concerned State/Union Territory.
Candidates from Jammu & Kashmir-
Candidates from Jammu & Kashmir will have to apply and go through the entire admission process. The admission of such candidates will be considered over and above not more than 2 seats in the programs offered by the faculty of Engineering and Technology.
Such candidates will be required to submit a domicile certificate to support their claim.
Foreign Students Under General Category-
Foreign students can apply as regular candidates under General category apart from applying against supernumerary seats.
Such candidates must fulfill all the eligibility requirements set for admission and also have a valid rank in the merit list.
The number of such candidates shall not exceed 10% of the regular seats.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - JMI B.Tech Reservation Criteria 2021
Question: How much reservation is provided to Muslim applicants under JMI B.Tech reservation criteria 2021?
According to the reservation criteria, 30% seats in each program are reserved for Muslim applicants for JMI B.Tech admission 2021.
Question: How much reservation is given to Persons with Disabilities (PWD) candidates in JMI B.Tech reservation criteria?
5% seats will be reserved for Persons with Disabilities in each program.
Question: Are Leprosy Cured candidates also considered as PWD candidates under JMI B.Tech reservation criteria?
Yes, Leprosy cured candidates are considered as PWD candidates and are eligible for 5% reservation.
Question: I am a candidate from Jammu & Kashmir. Do I need to submit a domicile certificate to claim reservation under the category?
Yes, you have to submit a domicile certificate to claim reservation under the category.
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Some good engineering colleges which I can get by scoring 93 to 94 percentile in JEE mains in general category.
Dakshita, as per the previosu years records with 93 percentile your rank would be somewhere between 50,000-60,000. And with this rank it is almost impossible to get into a NIT, however you can try for your homestate NIT, but still chances are very low. You can write other exams such as there are many college level exams, choose the colleges in which you want admission such as SRMJEE for SRM, UPESEAT for UPES, BITSAT for BITS, VITEEE for VIT or any other state level entrance exams. This will be your backups if you will not be getting any good college from JEE MAINS.
And the colleges which will accept ranking form 50-60000 are:
Dr Ambedkar national institute of technology, NIT Durgapur, NIT goa, NIT hamirpur, NIT Meghalaya, NIT Nagaland, NIT Pudducherry, NIT Mizoram, NIT arunachal pradesh, NIT silchar, SVNIT Surat, Assam University, BIT mesra, Indian institute of carpet technology, Tezpur university, Punjab engineering college, etc.
will I get seat in nit ,if I get 73 percentile in Jee mains and I am under bc category
Congrats on your Score in JEE Main! But I'm afraid that your Score was not under the closing scores of NITs in 2019. But, below are some of the Colleges where your score was under their closing scores in 2019:
- G H Raisoni Academy of Engineering and Technology, Nagpur.
- Finolex Academy of Management and Technology, Ratnagiri.
- MGM's College of Engineering and Technology, Navi Mumbai.
- SIT Pune
- SCOE Pune
But, this is based on Cut Off of 2019 and it changes every year. It is difficult to predict them. Let's hope for the best!
Hope this is helpful!
All the best!
is gujcet good for Gujarat students?
GUJCET is a state level entrance exam conducted for the admission in the colleges of Gujarat. If you want to take admission in the colleges of Gujarat only then you must prepare for it. But if you want to take admission in other colleges such as BITS, SRM, VIT, NITs etc then you should prepare for JEE MAINS/advanced as it is a nation level exam. Also, if you wirte GUJCET then you cannot get admission in IITs , NITs available in Gujarat as they only take admission by JEE MAINS. Also, kindly note that the syllabus of all these entrance exams is almost same, so it would be better if you prepare for jee mains exam (if you want NUTs or IITs) and solve some previosu year papers of other exam also such as GUJCET, VITEEE, SRMJEE etc.
Will the rank for jee mains feb given according to shift wise or it will be for total feb attempt.
See the rank will not be calculated shift wise, because you are going to get your rank in your final result which will be released after all attempts of JEE-Main 2021 around May end. For now you are going to get only your percentile after each attempt. Your rank will be calculated on the basis of best percentile of four attempts if you are going to attempt the JEE-Main 2021 for all four sessions , if you are going to appear/appeared for only one session then your rank will be totally based on the percentile secured by you.
For February session of JEE-Main 2021, result is expected by March 7th.
For complete details about JEE-Main 2021 Result kindly check out the link given below :-
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If you are preparing for JEE-Main 2021 or 2022 then I would recommend you to check the resources made by our experts to help aspirants like you in the best and smart preparation of JEE-Main 2021 or 2022 :-
I hope this information helps you.
How is negative marks calculated in JEE mains. can you illustrate with an example please
The total marks for JEE Main paper 1 is 300 marks. In each subject there will be 20 objective type questions and 10 numerical based question out which a candidate has to answer 5 numerical based questions. For every correct answer 4 marks will be awarded and for every incorrect answer 1 mark will be deducted. There is no negative marking for numerical based questions or unanswered questions. The total number of questions are 90 questions out of which 75 questions need to be answered (numerical based questions only have choice).
Suppose that you have answered 45 objective type questions and 10 numerical based questions from Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Now 35 objective questions are correctly answered which means you have scored 35*4=140 marks remaining 10 objective questions are wrong so for each question one marks will be deducted which means 1*10=10 marks so out of 140 marks 10 marks will be deducted which means 140-10=130 marks. Now you have correctly answered numerical based questions only 4 numerical based questions out of 10 numerical based questions that you have attempted so you have score 4*4=16 marks. As there is no negative marking for numerical based questions no marks will deducted. Now the over all score will be marks scored in objective type questions+numerical based questions which is 130+16=146 marks. The overall JEE Main score will be 146 marks out of 300 marks.