Cut off Percentage will be decided by the Centralised Admission Coordination Committee (CACC) before declaration of result. However, percentage of passing for SC & ST candidates will be 5% less than that for other categories. In the event if vacancies exist in SC / ST category, the vacancies of SC category can be filled by ST candidates and vice versa.
In most of the exams a minimum score is decided by the controlling office to select the candidates. This score is called as cutoff. The candidates scoring above a cutoff are considered eligible and the candidates who score below this score are not eligible for admission via that exam. And the merit list contains only eligible candidates’ names.
RPET Cut off 2013 will help the students to see what colleges they can apply in and what courses they can choose.
Thus they can prepare their choice list well in advance of counselling, on the basis of RPET 2013 Cut off.
The candidates who score marks above the RPET 2013 Cutoff will be eligible and considered for the counselling. The candidates scoring below the RPET 2013 Cutoffs will not be eligible and hence not considered for counselling and college allotment.