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JEE Advanced 2024 Exam Result Analysis

Cut-Off & Number of Qualified Students Increased in the Result

JEE Advanced 2024 Exam Result Analysis

The result of the JEE Advanced 2024 was released on Sunday. Along with the results released by IIT Madras, the All India Rank was released on the basis of the final answer key.

Initially, students faced trouble in viewing the results. There were continuous problems in viewing the results for about 4 hours after the results were released.

This year 1 lakh 86 thousand 584 students were registered of whom 1 lakh 80 thousand 200 students appeared in the exam and now out of them 48 thousand 448 students were declared eligible for counselling. Out of the students who qualified for counselling,

ALLEN JEE Main 2024 Result

14319 students were from general category, 10 thousand 39 from OBC, 5508 from EWS, 13835 from SC, and 5087 from ST were declared eligible for counselling. Out of the total students who qualified for counselling, 40 thousand 284 are boys and, 7964 are girls.

Out of the students with overseas citizenship and foreign citizenship from 331 NRIs and 158 foreign citizens quota, 179 were from OCI category and 7 were from foreign citizenship were declared qualified.

JEE counselling for more than 50 thousand seats in 121 engineering institutes including IITs and NITs of the country will start from 10th June.

For the JEE counselling to be held in 5 rounds, students will be able to decide the priority from more than 600 college branches between 10th and 18th June.

Counselling Cut Off

Among the total 48248 students who qualified for counselling, the average cut off for general category was 30.34% and subject wise percentage was 8.68%, average for OBC and EWS was 27.30% and subject wise 7.8%, average for SC and ST was 15.17% and subject wise 4.34%.

ALLEN JEE Main 2024 Result

This cut off has increased by 6.45% from last year’s cut off of 23.89 for the general category. The cut-off for OBC and EWS category has increased by 5.8% from last year’s 21.5.

Similarly, the cut-off of SC and ST have increased by 3.22% from last year’s 11.95%. While this year, 4479 more students have qualified as compared to last year, still the cut-off has increased. In such a situation, it is natural for IIT seats to increase this year as well.

Most Qualified from IIT Madras Zone

This year maximum 11180 students qualified from IIT Madras zone, followed by IIT 10255, IIT Mumbai zone 9489, IIT Roorkee zone 5136, Kanpur zone 4928, Bhubaneshwar zone 4811 and the least 2458 students were qualified for counselling from IIT Guwahati zone.

Which Branch Will be Available in Which IIT on Which rank

After the result of JEE-Advanced 2024, the biggest curiosity among students and parents is about the selection of college and branch. Every student wants a good IIT along with his/her favourite branch.

  • Students whose All India rank is under 100 are likely to get Computer Science in top IITs Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, and Madras. If we look at the first choice of students, it is IIT Mumbai CS branch, which closes at top-61. After this, students give second priority to Delhi CS. Third priority is given to the Computer Science branch of Kanpur and Madras.
  • Between 100 to 500 rank, one can get MNC of Delhi, Kanpur, Electrical branch of the top four IITs, and CS of Kharagpur.
  • Between 500 to 1000, there is a possibility of getting CS of BHU, Roorkee, Hyderabad, Guwahati, Core branch of Mumbai, Delhi, Kanpur.
  • Students getting rank between 1000 to 4000 are likely to get Computer Science in Gandhinagar, Indore, Rupnagar, Mandi, Jodhpur, Dhanbad, Patna, Bhubaneshwar and other branches other than Computer Science in IIT Mumbai, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur IITs including Mechanical, Chemical, Civil, Aerospace, Production etc.
  • Between 4000 to 8000, there is a possibility of getting Civil, Chemical, Metallurgy in IIT Roorkee, Guwahati, Kharagpur, Hyderabad, Varanasi and lower branches in Mumbai, Delhi, Kanpur, Madras, and CS in Palakkad, Tirupati, Goa, Dharwad, Bhilai, Jammu.
  • Students securing rank between 8000 to 12000 are likely to get branches other than core branch in IIT Ropar, Mandi, Indore, Gandhinagar, Jodhpur, Bhubaneswar, Patna, Dhanbad as well as branches like Biological Science, Naval Architecture, Mining Engineering, Polymer Science, Ceramic Engineering in the seven old IITs.
  • Students securing rank between 12 to 17 thousand are likely to get other branches in new IITs like Palakkad, Tirupati, Goa, Dharwad, Bhilai, Jammu.
  • The chances of getting an IIT branch on the above rank varies according to the category. Also, the 20% female pool quota given to girl students increases the chances of getting a branch in the above-mentioned IITs even for those with lower ranks.

Students whose JEE-Advanced All India Rank is very low have the option of applying to IIPE Visakhapatnam, Rajiv Gandhi Petroleum, IISER, IIST on the basis of JEE-Advanced. The application process for all these institutes has already begun.

ALLEN JEE Main 2024 Result

Counselling: How to Fill College & Branch Choices

Students have been given the opportunity to fill choices of more than 600 programs of 121 institutes only once in JoSAA counselling, so students should fill the options of as many colleges as possible in the descending order of their preference.

Students can estimate the trend of choosing colleges by looking at the opening and closing ranks of the colleges of the previous years.

Students should also include the college branches which are ranked below the closing rank of the previous years as per their rank in the college preference list as per their interest.

Before filling the colleges in JoSAA counselling 2024, prepare the list of colleges of your preference on paper and after evaluating it, fill it online so that there is no possibility of mistake.

Students must check before locking the college choice because after locking it, changes will not be possible in it. The first allotment will be done from open rank

As per the business rule given by JoSAA counseling, the first seat allocation to all the students will be done on open rank only whose college seat allocation is filled according to their rank.

If a seat is not available on open rank, then category students will be allotted college seats according to their category rank. In this way, category students can get seats from both open and category as per their rank.

Documents Required in Online Reporting

After seat allocation in JoSAA counseling, students will have to scan and upload 10th, 12th mark sheet, category certificate, photocopy of cancelled cheque, medical certificate etc. in online reporting.

EWS and OBC students will have to submit category certificates after April 1, 2024. Otherwise their category will be cancelled and seats will be allotted from open rank.

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