60/40 Admission formula Discontinued for IIT and NIT
The existing 60/40 admission formula for JEE Main 2017 admission to various reputed institutes has now been scrapped from National Institutes of Technology (NIT), Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST)- Shibpur, IITs and government technology institutes by Joint Entrance Examination Apex board (JAB).
JEE MAIN is conducted for admission into Engineering Courses in India’s topnotch institutes. It has already been conducted for this year (2016). CBSE has published All India Ranks for JEE Main 2016 on its official website.
Now, the minimum qualification for clearing JEE Main 2017 will be based on candidate's score in higher secondary examination i.e. minimum 75% marks or the rank scored among top 20 in the respective board exams. In regard to eligibility for scores in higher secondary examination, till 2016 the eligibility criteria was limited to candidate’s 50% marks in total with PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) as main subjects.
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