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JEE Main 2014 Results declared, Cut-off for JEE Advanced is 32%


JEE Main 2014 Results declared

CBSE announced the scores of JEE Main 2014 yesterday night. About 12.8 lakh students had appeared for the exam and the final detailed results will be known in July.CBSE conducts the JEE (mains) for admission to different NITs, IITs and other centrally funded institutes. The board uploaded the answers of questions that were asked in the offline and online exams

Cut-off for JEE Advanced is 32%

Candidates who scored 32 per cent in 2014 Joint Entrance Examination (Main) were today declared eligible for the IIT Advanced entrance exam to the IITs.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) brought out the merit list for the JEE Main 2014. candidates who scored 115 out of the full marks of 360 have made it to the list of candidates eligible to take the JEE Advanced on May 25.

JEE Advanced Registration begins May 4, 2014

The top 1.5 lakh students would be eligible to sit for the JEE (advanced) exam for admission to IITs.The registrations for Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) 2014 will begin on May 4 and the last date for applying is May 9, 2014. Candidates who have been declared qualified on the basis of their JEE (Main) results have to register for the JEE (Advanced) exam on website: jeeadv.nic.in

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