IIT, NIT: Top 20 percentile students will not need 75% marks

The students are very grateful to the Ministry of Education. The top 20 percentile students from each education board will now be able to apply for admission to IITs and

NITs and take the JEE Advanced exam, according to sources. even if they didn't get 75% on their 12th grade exam. 

The choice was made in response to repeated calls for the JEE (Advanced) eligibility requirement—which calls for at least 75% overall marks in the class 12 examination administered by the relevant education board—to be relaxed

According to sources, students who scored below a 75 percent aggregate on their class 12 examinations will benefit from the 20 percentile threshold

In several state boards, the top 20 percent of candidates receive 75 percentile or  fewer than 350 marks

According to sources, the ministry ruled that an applicant is eligible if their score is in the top 20 percentile. Let us inform you that the deadline for online registration for the first JEE-Main will be January 12

The exam will be given between January 24 and January 31. According to the information, admission to BE/BTech/BArch/BPlanning programmes at NITs, IIITs, and CFTs

will be based on All India Rank with added merit of at least 75% in aggregate in class 12 examination

will accompany While the cutoff score for the class 12 board exam for SC/ST students is 65