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JEE Advanced Opening and Closing Ranks indicate the first and last ranks for which admission closed in IITs. The Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) officially publish the details of first and last ranks admitted. The same is published here for the reference of students who will be appearing in IIT JEE (Advanced). Students who are looking for admission in IITs can get an idea of what rank they need to obtain in the Joint Entrance Examination to get a seat in their dream IIT. Keeping a high score as their target, they will also know a concise rank range in which admission is possible.

JEE Advanced Opening and Closing Ranks

JoSAA is the Joint Seat Allocation Authority constituted for admission to 20 IITs, ISM, 31 NITs, 16 IIITs and 18 GFTIs. It has replaced Replacing CSAB and JEE Advanced Counselling from 2015.

JEE Advanced Opening and Closing Ranks

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Round Wise

IIT JEE Advanced 2014 Opening and Closing Ranks for First Round

IIT JEE Advanced 2014 Opening and Closing Ranks for First Round

IIT JEE Advanced 2014 Opening and Closing Ranks for Second Round

IIT JEE Advanced 2014 Opening and Closing Ranks for Second Round

Explanation for the IIT JEE (Advanced) Opening and Closing Ranks / Cut Offs

Engineering aspirants in India need to appear and qualify in the Joint Entrance Examination (Main). This is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). After clearing this preliminary round, they are required to appear for the IIT JEE (Advanced). The stage 2 is organized and managed by the IITs and IISc. Marks obtained in Main exam is only used as a eligibility cut-off purpose. The JEE Advanced result and merit list is drawn on the basis of marks obtained in Paper 1 and Paper 2 of JEE (Advanced) only.

IIT JEE (Advanced) Cut Off – Each candidate who appears in the advanced examination is required to clear a minimum cut off. This cut off is decided by IITs. Last year, General candidates were expected to secure 35%; OBC candidates cut off was 31.5%; and for SC, ST, PwD candidates, it was 17.5%.

Minimum rank for admission in IITs – Depending upon the number of seats available, candidates performance, the ranks vary each year. Quite predictably, the cut off ranks for admission in old IITs such as Bombay, Delhi, Kharagpur, Kanpur, Roorkee and Madras is higher every year. In addition, branches like computer science, electronics, electrical, mechanical are most sought after. Though each candidate has his / her own preference, largely these branches are witnessed to have a higher cut off and opening-closing ranks.

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