JEE Mains Cut-off score for JEE Advanced 2021

Jee mains 2021 category wise cutoff
JEE Mains 2021 category wise cutoff

“Students with a JEE-Main score of more than 87.89 will be able to apply to write the entrance exam for admission to the top Indian Institutes of Technology”

National Testing Agency on September 15.

General category students’ Common Rank List cut-off score of 87.89 is lower than last year’s 90.37 cut-off scores.

Seven scholars from Telangana and seven from Delhi were among the 44 students who received a perfect mark. Using tie-breaker criteria. 18 students were decided to share the top spot this year, including four from Andhra Pradesh, the largest number of pupils from a single state. Overall, 9.39 lakh candidates took the exam, about a lakh less than the 10.23 lakh who took it the previous year.

JEE main Exam disruptions

The examination this year was disrupted by a suspected cheating scandal at a center in Sonepat and Haryana. Where computers were hijacked to give unlawful help to students who paid up to 15 lakh rupees. So far, 11 individuals have been detained, and a CBI investigation is underway.

“On account of using unfair means, a total of 20 candidates have been debarred from appearing in future examinations for a period of three years. Their results have also been withheld,”.

NTA bulletin

JEE Advanced, the top Indian Institutes of Technology admissions test, will be held on October 3 for the top 2.5 lakh rated students. After September 15 2021, you can register for JEE Advanced.

JEE Mains Cutoff

As of this year’s Common Rank List, the JEE cut-off score of 87.89 is nearly two points lower than last year’s cut-off score of 90.37. 66.22 is the cut-off score for students from Economically Weaker Section.68.02 is the cut-off for students from Other Backward Classes. 46.88 is the cut-off for students from Scheduled Caste groups. 34.67 is the cut-off for students from Scheduled Tribe communities. All of these categories have considerably lower cut-offs than the previous year.

Students can check their scores as well as the final answer keys at

As a result of the second wave of the COVID-19 outbreak, the computer-based test was provided four times this year. Students were permitted to take the test as many times as they wanted. Their best score being used to determine their ranking. It is estimated that more than 2.5 lakh people participated in all four tests. 70 percent of the 9.39 lakh participants who took the test were male.

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