IIT JEE is the most popular engineering entrance exam in India. IIT JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) branch predictors for students do promise to help you to know the best options that are available for students as per JEE (Advanced) 2017.
Overall 19 IIT (Indian Institutes of Technology) and ISM, Dhanbad make available admission via JEE Advanced exam scores. Seven zonal IIT under the guidance of Joint Admission Board conduct JEE Exam and only top 2.2 Lakh holders in JEE (Main) are eligible for JEE (Advance). The Exam was held on 21 May, 2017 and those students who want admissions for bachelor programs or integrated master programs in top IIT colleges and ISM (Indian School of Mines) have to clear JEE Advanced, 2017 Exam.
JEE (Advanced) 2017 solution key was out on June 4 and announced separately for both 1 and 2 Papers. The candidates can log in to know their responses and calculate estimated marks in Exam. Candidates can also download Answer Key 2017. JEE (Advanced) 2017 Solution will display correct answers to the questions asked in all sets of questions papers of the entrance exam. If Candidates have any objections then they will have two days to send their objections to the released answer keys.
JEE (Advanced) 2017 Cut-Off is the minimum marks that candidates have to score for admission into undergraduate level programs. Every year, the cut-off list is declared by the conducting authority after the result declaration. On the basis of the cut-off and JEE (Advanced) rank students have to score minimum percentages of marks according to the requirement of JEE Advanced Exam. JEE declare their JEE (Advanced) results subject wise and aggregate. On the basis of last year exam, presenting some data:
|Category||Minimum % of marks per subject||Minimum % of aggregate Marks|
|SC & ST||5||10|
Those candidates who want to take admission in graduation and master courses in IIT colleges and ISM have to score more than these last year Cutoff and JEE (Advanced) marks. So start your planning for your bright future today.