JEE (Main) results out

JEE (Main) results out

JEE (Main) results out

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the JEE (Main) 2014 results on Saturday. Students clearing the JEE (Main) will qualify for the JEE (Advanced), the scores of which form the basis for admission in Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).

Out of a total score of 360, this time the cutoff for common merit list is 115, for OBC 74, for SC 53 and for ST 47. Students compete for about 10,000 IIT seats. The JEE (Advanced) exam will be held on May 25. Registration for JEE (Advanced) 2014 will open on May 4 at 12 midnight and close on May 9 at 5 pm. Candidates will have to sign in with their JEE (Main) 2014 roll number and will be allowed to register based on their cutoff marks.

Among the high scorers in Bangalore are Parikshit S Hegde and Vishikh Athawale from Deeksha Centre for Learning PU College, who have scored 321 and 319 respectively out of 360. As many as 219 ACE students and more than 400 students from BASE have qualified for JEE (Advanced).

Parikshit aspires to be a Computer Science engineer. “I study about 10 hours a day. I always keep in mind that I have to do well, irrespective of mock tests and monthly tests,” he said. Vishikh wants to be a scientist and pursue research in Chemistry.

“I worked hard right from my I PU and I am feeling too good today. My main aim now, is to crack JEE Advanced,” said Vishikh.

The CBSE will announce a separate rank list of JEE (Main) on July 7 for admissions in National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs).

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