JEE Main Marks Vs AIR 2019:Predict Your College Through Your Score

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The JEE Main 2019 will be conducted by the National Testing Agency and the authority will be releasing the JEE Main Marks v/s the AIR Marks soon after the JEE Main results are out. However, since the examination until the previous year was conducted by the CBSE, the conducting authority will be releasing previous year JEE Main cut off and results. Based on the factors one can determine the college to seek admission using the JEE Main Rank Predictor.

The JEE Main Marks v/s the AIR 2019 marks aid in determining which college one can get their admission at. It is calculated using the following factors which are:

  • Number of applications
  • Number of questions asked
  • Difficulty level
  • Performance of candidate
  • Previous year JEE Main Marks v/s AIR

So, to ease the reading of the marks, herein we have listed in detail to check the rank and other aspects related to it.

How to Calculate the JEE Rank?

  • Visit the official website of JEE
  • Log in using the necessary credentials
  • Enter Roll No and Birth Date
  • Click on Submit
  • Candidates will be directed towards the screen showcasing the rank list
  • Check your rank and save it

JEE Mains Marks v/s AIR 2019 for NITs

The National Institute of Technology is one of the top universities that are listed alongside with the IITs. It is an autonomous institute governed by the National Institutes of Technology Act, 2007. There are over 31 NITs across the country which are funded by the Government of India. Even though they are the top institutes, it has one of the lowest acceptance rates for engineering colleges who take up around 2 to 3% of candidates from the top AIR.

JEE Mains Marks v/s AIR 2019 for IITs

The Indian Institute of Technology is one of the most sought colleges by students to pursue their engineering and architecture courses. It is a group of institutes that offer higher education focussing mainly on information technology. At present, there are over 23 IITs in India. Out of these 5 are established, administered and funded by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), while the others are governed and run on the Public-Private partnership model (PPP).

JEE Mains Marks v/s AIR 2019 for GFTIs

The GFTIs are Government Funded Technical Institutes which is established with the view of providing a greater platform for students to build a technically literate society along with leading it towards progression. At present, our country houses around 18 GFTIs and they are one among the different institutes that participate in the JEE Main examination. The intake process of these institutes is handled by the Central Seat Allocation Board and Joint Seat Allocation Authority through multiple rounds.

(Note: The opening and closing rank for different institutions is subject to differ).

How to check the JEE Main Ranks?

Follow the below mentioned steps to check the JEE Mains Marks and Rank:

  • Visit the official website of JEE
  • Enter your log in credentials
  • Enter Roll No. and DOB
  • Click of Submit
  • Candidates will be directed to the page displaying the Rank list
  • Check your rank and click on Save.

The Cutoff

The Cutoff for each institute is subject to differ on the basis of categories (GC, OBC, SC/ST) along with other aspects like the number of seats available, performance in the exam and rank obtained. However, based on previous year cut offs, one can easily predict what is expected cut off in the present year.

The cut-off was as follows:

General Category

74

OBC – NCL

45

SC

29

ST

24

Check out below the expected cut off released by experts:

Expected JEE Main Marks

Predicted JEE Main AIR

310+

Top 100

283+

Top 500

264+

Top 1000

208+

Top 5000

174+

Top 10000

140+

Top 20000

119+

Top 30000

103+

Top 40000

90+

Top 50000

73+

Top 100000

 

Category Wise Cutoff Trends of Past Five Years

Below listed is the category wise JEE Main Cutoff trends from past 5 years starting 2013 to 2017 given in the tabulated form:

General Category

Year

Cut Off

2017

81

2016

100

2015

105

2014

115

2013

113

 

OBC – NCL

Year

Cut Off

2017

81

2016

100

2015

105

2014

115

2013

113

 

SC Category

Year

Cut Off

2017

32

2016

52

2015

50

2014

53

2013

50

 

ST Category

Year

Cut Off

2017

27

2016

48

2015

44

2014

47

2013

45

 

No. of Students Admitted Against Category Wise Cutoff

Category

Cut Off

No. of Candidates

General

81

109585

OBC-NCL

49

60299

SC

32

33333

ST

27

16096

PWD

1

2114

Total

–

221427

Based on the cut-off of previous years and the cut-off for every category one can go on to predict their stand in gaining admission in different institutes. Calculate your scores and check your rank so as to predict which college fits well for admission.  (By Arrangement With Collegedunia)

 

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