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The JEE Main cutoff 2021 has been given below for the aspirants.
Name of the Category
Qualifying Cutoff Percentile
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|NIT B.Tech CSE Cutoff||JoSAA CSE Cutoff for NIT|
|NIT B.Tech ECE Cutoff||JoSAA ECE Cutoff for NIT|
|NIT B.Arch Cutoff||JoSAA NIT Architecture Cutoff|
|JEE Main Qualifying Cutoff for JEE Advanced||JEE Main Qualifying Cutoff for JEE Advanced|
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|JoSAA Cutoff||JoSAA Cutoff - Opening & Closing Ranks|
|NIT IIIT CSE Cutoff||JoSAA CSE Cutoff for IIIT|
|NIT IIIT ECE Cutoff||JoSAA ECE Cutoff for IIIT|
|School of Planning & Architecture Cutoff||JoSAA Cutoff for School of Planning & Architecture|
|IIIT B.Tech Mechanical Cutoff||IIIT B.Tech Mechanical Engineering Cutoff|
|IIIT B.Tech IT Cutoff||IIIT B.Tech IT (Information Technology) Cutoff|
|IIT B.Tech Aerospace Cutoff||IIT B.Tech Aerospace Engineering Cutoff|
|NIT B.Tech Chemical Engineering Cutoff||NIT B.Tech Chemical Engineering Cutoff|
|NIt B.Tech Biotech Cutoff||NIT B.Tech Biotechnology Cutoff|
|NIT B.Tech Mechanical Cutoff||NIT B.Tech Mechanical Engineering Cutoff|
JEE Main 2020 qualifying cutoff marks for JEE Advanced can be checked below. Candidates who scored marks greater than the cutoff mentioned below in JEE Main were declared qualified for JEE Advanced.
Name of the Category
CRL (Common Rank List)
Candidates must secure a rank or cut-off, which is above the closing rank, in order to get admission in the NITs, IIITs, IIITM & IIITDM and other Central Government/State Government Funded Institutions. Having a lower rank than the cut-off of JEE Main 2021 (for a particular programme/institute) means the candidate will not be eligible for admission.
The JEE Main cut-off 2021 will be released category-wise, branch-wise and institution-wise. The cut-offs will vary from candidate to candidate as per the institution/course/category. Candidates must also know that the Cut-Off of JEE Main 2021 will be categorised under two different types. These two distinctive categories are Qualifying Cut-Off and Admission Cut-Off. It is important for candidates to know about these two cut-offs as it will help them in understanding the whole cut-off system in a clear and better way, highlighting the usage of these two cut-offs.
Qualifying Cut–Off: National Testing Agency (NTA) announces and publishes this cut-off to start a new session. Mainly the qualifying cut-off list is used to extract the candidates eligible for JEE Advance. Those who want to sit for the JEE Advanced will have to mark their place in this list and achieve the qualifying marks. Candidates will be able to check this cut-off list on the official website of NTA and can download it for future references. It is very important for aspirants to know that the Qualifying Cut-Off list is not the list that can be used for the purpose of admission in the JEE Main Participating Colleges.
Admission Cut–Off: Admission Cut-Off is the list published by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) to help candidates to take admission in the participating colleges of JEE Main 2021. The candidates who successfully get their names placed in this cut-off list will become eligible to proceed with the admission process of any of the selected participating colleges of JEE Main 2021. Candidates can find the Admission Cut-Off list on the official website of JoSAA. They can download the list and keep it for future references. The list will also help candidates to see the colleges with which they proceed further in the admission process. In order to make a remarkable place in any of these list candidates need to clear the JEE Main 2021 with explicit marks.
For now, candidates may go through cut-offs of previous years to get an idea about the previous trends. Through the JEE Main cut-offs of previous years, the candidates will also understand what score they would need to qualify the entrance examination.
In 2019, a total number of 2,45,194 candidates were shortlisted for JEE Advanced. There was a minor difference between JEE Main 2019 & 2020 qualifying cutoff for JEE Advanced. The 2019 JEE Main cutoff marks for JEE Advanced is as follows –
Name of the Category
Total No. of Candidates Shortlisted for JEE Advanced
Cutoff Marks (out of 360)
CRL (Common Rank List)
The dates pertaining to JEE Main 2021 cutoff are as follows -
JEE Main 2021 Events
JEE Main 2021 Result for May Exam
by June 02, 2021
JEE Main 2021 Cut-off Release Date
To be Notified
The JEE Main cutoff depends on a number of factors such as the following:
Number of test takers
Difficulty level of the examination
Number of candidates who qualify in the examination
Total number of questions asked in the exam
Previous year's cut-off
The 2018 cutoff of JEE Main can be checked below -
Common Rank List
You can check the 2013 to 2017 qualifying cutoff of JEE Main for JEE Advanced in the table below -
JEE Main 2017 Cut-Off
JEE Main 2016 Cut-Off
JEE Main 2015 Cut-Off
JEE Main 2014 Cut-Off
JEE Main 2013 Cut-Off
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The new exam date for JEE Main April & May 2021 is expected to be announced anytime soon in June. The online registration for JEE Main May 2021 will begin after the confirmation of the exam date. As CBSE, ISC and other boards canceled the 12th exams, the government will look forward to conducting JEE Main Phase 3 & 4 as early as possible. In all probability, the exam process of JEE Main 2021 is expected to be wrapped up by August.
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You cannot apply for JEE Main 2021 exam as the registration process has been already closed on January 23, 2021. The application form correction is going to start from January 27 to 30, 2021.
However, you can try again for Phase 2 exam registration which will start in March 2021. You can also check JEE Main Registration to check the complete details.
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No, you cannot apply for JEE Main if you are still in class 11th. As per the JEE Main eligibility requirement, the candidate must have passed class 12th in Science or must be appearing for the final examination. You can apply for the exam next year. Till then, you have sufficient time to prepare for the exam.
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