IIT announced the minimum passing marks for admission into UG courses

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IIT announced the minimum passing marks for admission into UG courses

Admissions into any of the IIT undergraduate courses are done through a common entrance test IIT-JEE.

Students aiming to get into undergraduate courses of any of the Indian Institutes of Technology will now have to score a minimum 10% in each subject and have an overall total of 35% in the qualifying exams from the 2012 academic year onwards.

According to a statement issued by the Chairman of the Joint Admission Board of the Institutes, a common rank list will be prepared based on the scores with separate benchmarks being set for reserved category students. Students will then be admitted according to this list.

While OBC candidates are required to score a minimum of 9% in each subject and a 31. 5% total to make it to the list, the SC and ST candidates will have to secure a 5% subject score and a 17.5% total.

Minimum Qualifying Mark for Ranking (MQMR) and Aggregate Cut-off : JEE-2011

Category

MQMR

Aggregate cut-off

Chemistry

Physics

Mathematics

GE

20

20

34

229

OBC

18

18

31

207

SC

10

10

17

119

ST

10

10

17

115

PD

10

10

17

115

Minimum Qualifying Mark for Ranking (MQMR) and Aggregate Cut-off : JEE-2010

Category

MQMR

Aggregate cut-off

Chemistry

Physics

Mathematics

GE

19

19

17

190

OBC

18

18

16

171

SC

10

10

9

95

ST

10

10

9

95

PD

10

10

9

95

 Minimum Qualifying Mark for Ranking (MQMR) and Aggregate Cut-off : JEE-2009

Category

MQMR

Aggregate cut-off

Chemistry

Physics

Mathematics

GE

11

11

8

178

OBC

10

10

8

161

SC

6

6

4

89

ST

6

6

4

89

PD

6

6

4

89

Courtesy: IIT

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