## 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

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

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.