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CENTAC 2017 Merit Marks Calculator

Candidates can check the CENTAC 2017 Merit Marks Calculator from here after the official announcement for calculate your Marks of Merit qualified in the exam.

CENTAC 2015 Merit Marks Calculator

Candidates from Tamilnadu HSc Board

1. Mr.Arun ( From academic stream – Qualifying examination HSc Marks)

S.No Subject Maximum Marks Marks obtained
1 Mathematics 200 180
2 Physics 200 166
3 Chemistry 200 186
4 Biology/Computer science 200 184

Merit Mark = Maths + Physics + Optional subject mark whichever is higher / 3
= 180+166+186/3 =532/3 =177.333

2. Mr.Arun Kumar (From vocational stream – Qualifying examination HSc Marks)

S.No Subject Maximum Marks Marks obtained
1 Mathematics/Physics/Chemistry 200 180
2 Vocational subject theory 200 166
3 Practical -I 200 186
4 Practical-II 200 184

Maths- 180, Theory – 166, Practical – 185 (Converting to 200 – 186+184 / 2= 370/2=185)

Merit Mark – 180+166+185 = 531 / 3 = 177.000

Candidates from CBSE board

3. Mr.Joy Kumar

S.No Subject Maximum Marks Marks obtained
1 Mathematics 100 80
2 Physics 100 66
3 Chemistry 100 86
4 Biology/Computer science 100 84

First normalization procedure – Collecting highest marks scored in each subject from various boards through Directorate of School Education, Government of Puducherry

Example: If Highest marks scored in Maths – 100, Physics-100, Chemistry-100, Computer Science/Biology-100 then

Same mark scored by the candidate is considered for calculating Merit marks

Converting to 200 each subject (Multiplying by 2)

Merit Mark = Maths x 2 + Physics x 2 + Optional subject mark whichever is higher x 2 / 3

= 80 x 2 + 66 x 2 + 86x 2 /3 = 160+132+172/3= 464/3 = 154.666

Candidates from Kerala board

4. Mr. Krishna Kumar Pillai

S.No Subject Maximum Marks Marks obtained
1 Mathematics 200 188
2 Physics 200 186
3 Chemistry 200 196
4 Biology/Computer science 200 188

First year and second year both are considered – CE+PE+ TE = 40+40+120=200

First year- CE -20, TE-60 Second year – CE-20, PE-40, TE-60 total =200 marks

First normalization procedure – Collecting highest marks scored in each subject from various boards through Directorate of School Education, Government of Puducherry.

Example: Highest marks scored in Maths – 200, Physics-200, Chemistry-200, and Computer Science/Biology-200 then

Same mark scored by the candidate is considered for calculating merit marks

Merit mark = Maths + Physics + Optional subject mark whichever is higher / 3

= 188+186+196/3= 570/3=190.000

Candidates from Andhra Pradesh board

4. Mr. Krishna Kumar Rao

S.No Subject Maximum Marks Marks obtained
1 Mathematics 300 288
2 Physics 150 136
3 Chemistry 150 146

First year and second year both are considered –

Maths
First year -Maths (A)-75, Maths (B)-75
Second Year – Maths (A)-75, Maths (B)-75 Total -300

Physics
First year – 60, Second year -60 practical-30 Total -150

Chemistry
First year – 60, Second year -60 practical-30 Total -150

First normalization procedure – Collecting highest marks scored in each subject from various boards through Directorate of School Education, Government of Puducherry.

Example: Highest marks scored in Maths – 300, Physics-150, Chemistry-150, then Same mark scored by the candidate is considered for calculating Merit marks Converting to 200 each subject

Maths – 192 (288/300 x 200), Physics- 181.333 (136/150 x 200), chemistry – 194.666(146/150 x 200)

Merit mark = Maths + Physics + Optional subject mark whichever is higher / 3

= 192+181.333+194.666/3= 567.999/3= 189.333

N.B: The above said same procedure is followed in calculating the merit marks for biology based and pharmacy courses.

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