JEE (Advanced) 2015 results declared

Thu 18 Jun 2015, 10:36:24

New Delhi: The results for IIT-JEE (Advanced), an entrance exam for admission to coveted technology and engineering institutes, were declared on Wednesday.

According to the statistics released by IIT-Bombay (which conducted the exams), 26,456 out of the 1,17,238 candidates who appeared in the test qualified for admission to Indian Institute of Technology branches and NITs. Last year, altogether 27, 152 of the 1.36 lakh aspirants made the cut.

You can check your results at http://jeeadv.iitb.ac.in/

According to the statistics released by IIT-Bombay, 23,407 male candidates qualified for the exam, outnumbering 3,049 female candidates.

Thirty-four of the top 100 students were from IIT-Bombay zone, which saw as many as 6,838 succesful candidates. IIT-Madras zone stood second with 4,928 candidates, and 28 candidates in top 100.

JEE (Advanced), 2015, was held on May 24. About 1, 50,000 students had qualified in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-Main this year. However, nearly 25,000

students short-listed for the Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced), 2015, did not register for the IIT admission exam.

The ranks of JEE (Advanced), 2015, will also be used by Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, Rae Bareli (RGIPT) and Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Thiruvananthapuram, to admit students.

This year, the cut-off for JEE (Advanced) was 105 for general candidates, much lower than last year's 115. For Other Backward Castes (OBCs) it was 70, for Scheduled Castes (SCs) 50 and for Schedule Tribes (STs) it was 44.

The process of joint allocation for over 32,000 seats offered by 88 institutes including Indian Institute of Technology (IITs), National Institute of Technology ( NITs) and other technical institutes (fully or partly funded by central or state governments) will commence through a common web portal from June 25.

After the declaration of the JEE (Advanced) results, to qualify for IITs and Indian School of Mines, candidates should fulfil at least one of the two criteria.
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