IIT-JEE 2013 exams cut-off are different for state and central boards. According to the news by the Hindustan times, the cut-off are different for different state boards. IIT-JEE 2013 cut-off will give some idea to students, which state is having lowest cut-off and gives your better chance to get eligible for the IIT-JEE 2013 exams. You can also prepare for IIT-JEE 2013 admissions by knowing the exam eligible tips.
After announcement by the IIT council and Union Minister, Kapil Sibal that class XII percentage marks will be included in the IIT-JEE 2013 eligibility criteria. Only the top 20 percent students of the each state will be eligible for the IIT-JEE 2013 entrance exam.
The class XII 2012 batch pass outs percentage discussion in yet to be taken place. Only the IIT Kanpur made its stand clear, by saying that new compromise formula is only applicable for the 2013 batch students. The students passed in 2012 have nothing to do with the class XII percentage. To know updated news of IIT Kanpur decision for IIT-JEE 2013 eligibility exam. Check the link given below-
With the coming of the new IIT-JEE 2013 exam pattern, the focus of students would be on school board marks. It is come to notice that coaching classes are coming up with the cut-off. The coaching centers are taking advantage of the new IIT-JEE 2013 pattern and putting more stress on the standard syllabus of class XII boards.
The training will be given to IIT-JEE 2013 students to get more than 90 percent marks in class XII board examination. Some coaching centers are taking only to those students who have more aggregate marks. The admission is only given to those students who have good aggregate score. While on the other hand, coaching centers cancelled the admissions for students having low score.
The coaching centers are taking advantage of the situation by only admitting students with high score to promote themselves.
IIT-JEE 2013 cut-off with exams eligible tips
According to the news by the Hindustan Times, IIT-JEE 2013 exams cut-off giving students a chance to get admission in those state boards which has lower cut-off in class XII. By taking admission in those states, you can secure your eligibility chance for IIT-JEE 2013 entrance exams (mains and advance). In order to know the complete details regarding the IIT-JEE 2013 cut-off, read the information given below-
- West Bengal class XII board cut-off 2013 – 58 percent
- Madhya Pradesh class XII board cut-off – 64 percent
- Uttar Pradesh class XII board cut-off – 65 percent
- Karnataka class XII board cut-off – 67.5 percent
- Maharashtra class XII board cut-off – 73.8 percent
- CBSE class XII board cut-off – 77.8 percent
- Tamil Nadu class XII board cut-off – 78.1 percent
If we compute the difference of percentage between West Bengal and Tamil Nadu then it 20.1 percent difference and it is huge difference. The student with 58 and student with 78 percent, both are eligible for the IIT-JEE 2013 exam. The top 20 percent eligibility criteria for class XII is valid for several boards among India.
Once you are eligible then you are required to attempt two exams- one is mains exam and second is advance exam. The final rank will be made on the performance of the advance exam, provided with condition that student must be among the top 20 percent in class XII board.
The IIT-JEE 2013 cut-off stats given above will for General category, it means students from reserved categories like schedule caste, schedule tribe, backward class and physical handicapped will be given more concession and their percentage criteria is also less.
The order comes from council of boards of school education that state boards percentage figure will be made public so that students can get an idea. It is also expected that small variation take place in comparison to last year marks. Once students know the public stats then it becomes easy for the students to predict how much he/she should aims for the boards.
If you cannot complete with high board students then take admission in West Bengal, Jharkhand and Bihar board because they are on the lower side. To know more information, leave your comment below and do visit the website regularly.