JEE Advanced result 2015 Declared- IIT JEE Advanced merit List at jeeadv.iitb.ac.in

IIT JEE main exams held in the 1st week of April 2015 with online and offline modes. And, then JEE advanced organized on 24th may 2015. Now, the JEE Advanced results is declared on 18th June 2015. This Joint Entrance Examination Result 2015 is available at official website jeeadv.iitb.ac.in. Candidates can also check their JEE Advanced Rank List 2015 at Indiaresults.com Portal. The JEE Advanced cutoff 2015 is available now.

About 13 lakh students participated for the Joint Entrance Exam-Main 2015 this year. About 11 lakhs & 1.9 lacs candidates appeared in offline mode & online mode respectively. The successful candidates will be eligible to appear in the JEE Advanced Result 2015 to be held on 24th May 2015.

Details about JEE Advanced Merit List & Cut off 2015 category wise details:

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More than 1.5 Lakhs candidates appeared for JEE Advanced 2015 exams. The JEE mains paper 1 result & JEE main Paper 2 result 2015 both are important for the IIT aspirants. The JEE mains result 2015 is Live now. CBSE has also released the JEE answer key. This year JEE cut-off marks showed a downfall. The cut-off score for eligibility for JEE (Advanced) 2015 is as given below:-

  • For students in general category- 105 out of 360, (down from last year’s 115).
  • For OBC category-70 out of 360
  • And, for SC and ST- 50 and 44 respectively.
  • The highest scorer of JEE main 2015 result is Sankalp Gaur from Pune, who scored 345 out of 360, and 2nd Topper is Pranay Agarwal from Jaipur scored 341 out 360.

However, for admission to colleges other than IIT’s, (including NIT’s or Deemed Universities, etc), CBSE will release the ranks separately, on the basis of 60% of JEE (Main) score and 40% of Class 12 board marks.Separate rank lists will be prepared for admission to BE/B.Tech and B.Arch.

The reason for the low cut-off this year has been attributed to the slightly tough paper set by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Physics was tough and some questions in mathematics were judged the difficulty solution level of the students.

More Information about JEE Advanced Results 2015 Exam:-

JEE advanced is scheduled to be held on 24th May 2015.

The top 1.5 lakh candidates will be eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced for admissions to IITs. The successful candidates will be eligible to register online from 2nd may to 7th May 2015. The detailed information to fill the application forms for JEE Advanced exam can be viewed on the JEE Advanced website.

The JEE Advanced exam on 24 May, 2015 with two papers are scheduled for the candidates.The students who clear the JEE Advanced, will get admission to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT’s) and Indian School of Mines (ISM).

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13 thoughts on “JEE Advanced result 2015 Declared- IIT JEE Advanced merit List at jeeadv.iitb.ac.in

  1. SwornaV

    IITs only take sc n st candidates guys…it has been happening frm d vry beginnin n this yrs cut off is rlly unbelievable!

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  2. saharsh

    Sir I belong to sc category I got 87.6% in cbse board how much mark in jee main needed to go to cs branch in nit

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  3. Bhaskar Jyoti Khanikar

    I belong to OBC category. I have scored 60 in jee(main) and expecting to get 87% in H.s. from ASSAM HIGHER SECONDARY BOARD….. Am I eligible for nit’s???

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  4. Jitesh chouhan

    I belong to SC catagory. I have scored 33 marks in mains and 66.6% from MP BOARD so is there any possibility of getting Government college anywhere?

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  5. abhinav

    Sir I am a obc student.i got 86 marks in jee main but I write genaral category in jee so I am not eligible for jee advanced so what can I do

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    1. piyush9199

      I’m a student of nit rourkela.For your information if u r an obc student then u should have written that in the application form.Now u can’t do anything.Believe me they will reject the application form for sure.by the way if u have the required board percentage then u can probably get a seat in NITs or any state or centrally funded institute.EMAIL ME IF U HAVE ANY PROBLEM.

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  6. sunidhi

    Totally BULLSHIT………I suggest u to make an important modification in your selection criteria…

    “ONLY SC/ST ARE ELIGIBLE TO TAKE JEE TEST”
    I think it is clear why i have written this.If not clear to some dumbos i can explain it….44 cutoff for sT.. 50 for SC…and 105 for general…is this the equality in India….salute to thinking of INDIA and its government…

    REGARDS,
    A GENERAL

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