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JEE Advanced 2023 Result Analysis: Cut-Off Increased Compared To Previous Years

In The Last 11 Years, JEE Advanced 2023 Had The Highest Percentage of Candidates Appearing in Examination

With the release of the JEE Advanced 2023 Result, the most prestigious examination of the country, the curiosity among the students has increased about which branch they can get in which IIT on the basis of their rank. ALLEN Career Institute Career Counselling Expert Amit Ahuja said that an analysis of the exam results released by IIT Guwahati revealed that on the basis of JEE Main,

Top 2.50 lakh students were declared qualified for the advanced exam, out of which a total of 1 lakh 89 thousand 744 students got registered this year. In this, 1 lakh 80 thousand 372 students appeared in the examination. A total of 43 thousand 773 students were declared eligible for counselling. This year, as compared to last 11 years, maximum number of students registered for the examination and the number of students appeared in the examination was also maximum.

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Amit Ahuja informed that out of total 43773 qualified students for IIT counselling, 14006 students belong to general category, 9212 students belong to OBC category, 5438 students belong to EWS category, 11021 students belong to SC category, 4096 students belong to ST category. Of these, 36264 boys and 7509 girl students were declared eligible for counselling.

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Cut-Off increased in JEE Advanced 2023 Result

Amit Ahuja said that this year the JEE-Advanced exam was held for a total of 360 marks, in which the average cut-off for general category was 25.89 percent (86 marks) and subject-wise 6.83 percent (8 marks),

The average cut-off for OBC and EWS was 21.50 percent (77 marks) and subject-wise was 6.15 percent (7 marks). The average cut-off for SC-ST and physically challenged students was 11.95 percent (43 marks) and subject-wise was 3.42 percent (4 marks). This average cut-off is taken out of 360 marks and subject wise cut-off is taken out of 120 marks.

This year’s cut-off released for counselling has been higher in proportion to the last several years. The main reason for this can be attributed to the maximum number of students appearing in the JEE-Advanced exam this year and the difficulty level of the papers being less as compared to previous years.

The average cut-off of last year’s (2022) qualifying cut-off for open category was 15.28 percent, subject wise cut-off was 4.40 percent, OBC and EWS average cut-off was 13.89 and subject wise cut-off was 4 percent, SC, ST and PWD average cut-off was 7.78 and subject-wise cut-off was 2.20 percent. Similarly,

In the year 2021 and 2020, the average cut-off for open category was 17.50, subject wise cut-off was 5 percent, average cut-off for OBC and EWS was 15.75 percent and subject wise cut-off was 4.50 percent, the average cut-off for SC and ST and Physically Handicapped class was 8.75 and subject wise cut-off was 2.50 percent.

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JoSAA Counselling From June 19, Monday

Amit Ahuja informed that JoSAA counselling for admission to 54477 seats in 23 IITs, 32 NITs, 26 TripleIT, 33 GFTIs of the country will start from 10 am on Monday, June 19. Admission will be given to 23 IIT 16598, 32 NIT 23994, 26 IIIT 7176 and 35 GFTI 6509 through this counselling process.

The entire counselling process will be completed in 6 rounds. Students will have to do registration and choice filling from June 19 to 28, in which more than 700 branches of the above total 116 institutes will have to be filled in the priority list. This entire counselling process will continue till July 28.

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How To Do Choice Filling

Amit Ahuja told that students have been given the opportunity of choice filling only once, so students should fill the choices of maximum number of colleges in decreasing order of their preference. Students can estimate the trend of choosing colleges by looking at the opening and closing ranks of previous years’ colleges. According to their rank, the students should also include the college branches ranked below the closing rank of the previous years in the order of college priority list as per their interest.

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Before filling the colleges in JoSAA counselling, make a list of your priority colleges on paper and fill them online only after assessing them so that there is no possibility of mistake. Students must check completely before locking the college choice because after locking it will not be possible to change it.

Which Branch Will Be Available At Which Rank in Which IIT?

Amit Ahuja told that after the result of JEE-Advanced, now the biggest curiosity among the students and parents is the selection of college and branch. Every student wants desired branch with best IIT.

Those students whose All India Rank is under-100, they are likely to get Computer Science in Top IIT Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Madras. If we look at the first choice of the students, IIT Mumbai CS branch remains favorite, which gets closed on top-61.

After this, students give second priority to Delhi CS. Third priority is given to Computer Science Branch of Kanpur and Madras. Between 100 to 500 ranks, admission can be sought in the MNC of Delhi, Kanpur, electrical branch of first top four IITs (IIT Mumbai, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur and IIT Madras), and CS of Kharagpur.

Between 500 to 1000 ranks, students can get core branches of BHU, Roorkee, and Hyderabad, CS branch of Guwahati, Mumbai, Delhi, and Kanpur.

Students securing ranks between 1000 to 4000 ranks can get Computer Science branch in IITs of Gandhi Nagar, Indore, Ropar, Mandi, Jodhpur, Dhanbad, Patna, Bhubaneshwar and Mumbai. Such students can also get admission in IITs of Delhi, Kanpur, and Kharagpur.

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