BHUBANESWAR: The Central Board of Secondary Education on Monday announced results of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2015 which was held on April 4.
The results are available on the official website of JEE. Out of total 13.5 lakh candidates nationwide, around 50,000 from the State had appeared at the entrance test.
Those who cleared JEE Main will be eligible to register for the JEE (Advanced) 2015.
Till the last reports came in, the exact figure of students who qualified for JEE Advanced tests was not revealed as schools and colleges were yet to complete evaluation of the performance of their students who took the tests.
The cut-off score for eligibility to appear at JEE (Advanced) is 105 from maximum marks of 360 this year for students in general category, down from the last year’s cut-off of 115. The cut-off for OBC category was 70 and for SC and ST, it was 50 and 44 respectively this year.
Last year, 33,000 students from the State took the JEE Main out of which around 360 had qualified for JEE Advanced. Top rank holders in JEE Advance will be able to take admission in the Indian Institutes of Technologies (IITs), National Institute of Technologies (NITs), IIITs and other state-level premier engineering colleges.