JEE Main 2018 Expected Cut-off by Allen-Kota

Nidhi Bahl updated on : 19 Sep 2017
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JEE Main 2018 Expected Cut-off by Allen-Kota will be released during the examination so, that candidates can prepare for JEE Main 2018 accodingly.

JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Allen Kota

JEE Main 2018 Expected Cut-off by Allen-Kota- For JEE Main Exam,  to be held in April 2018, the JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Allen-Kota will be published online on the institute website to prepare for the examination. This will help you know the tentative score you will need to qualify for JEE Advanced.Candidates can check the complete details of JEE Main Expected Cut-off 2018 by Allen-Kota here

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main is one of the most awaited and sought after exam for all students who wish to graduate out of premier Indian institutes such as the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) and Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs). However, admissions are based on the JEE Advanced exam. JEE Main is the preliminary entrance test to make it to the JEE Advanced and finally into an institute according to acquired grades. 

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JEE Main 2018 Dates

Date

Exam

Time Duration

April 2018

Paper 1 (BE / B.Tech) offline paper (Pen and Paper based) exam

9:30 AM to 12:30 PM

April 2018

Paper 2 (B.Arch / B.Planning) offline paper (Pen and Paper based) exam

2:00 PM to 5:00 PM

April 2018

Paper 1 (BE / B.Tech) online (Computer-based) exam

9.30 am to 12.30 pm

April 2018

Paper 1 (BE / B.Tech) online (Computer-based) exam

9.30 am to 12.30 pm

JEE Main 2018 Expected Cutoff by Allen-Kota

After sitting for the JEE Main Exam, you have to make it through a cut-off list, which is the minimum number of marks you need to score to qualify for JEE Advanced.

Official cut-off list for JEE Main exam is released by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) after the result of the entrance exam is declared. Before CBSE can check through all parameters to release a cut-off list, private coaching institutions such as Allen, publish the expected cut-off list.
The JEE Main 2018 cut-off list contains minimum score required to qualify for the JEE Advanced exam. JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Allen-Kota is thus the expected score that Allen Institute, Kota, believes will be required for a candidate to clear the JEE Main.

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The JEE Main Expected cut-off 2018 is the actual basis for you to get shortlisted for JEE Advanced 2018. The final cutoff of JEE Main 2018 by CBSE will decide whether the candidate will be eligible to appear in JEE Advance exam or not.

The list for JEE Main Expected Cutoff by Allen-Kota can be downloaded by students of different categories from Official Website: www.allen.ac.in
Based on the JEE Main Cut-off, institutions such as the NITs, IIT, IIITs and other participating institutions like GFTIs will provide admission into various B.E and B.Tech courses they offer.

The JEE Main Expected Cutoff by Allen-Kota is just like an estimate; it is a hint (a guess) for you to ascertain if your score in JEE Main is enough to make it through to the JEE Advanced. Before the marks are officially detailed by CBSE, the coaching institutes like Allen publish the answer key to the JEE Main question paper. The JEE Main answer key contains solutions of all the questions asked in the JEE Main exam.

How JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Allen-Kota is estimated?

On basis of the previous year papers, scores, cut-offs and number of seats available, Allen-Kota makes a provisional (expected) cut-off list for the JEE Main 2018. Coaching institutions release the provisional cut-off lists like JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Allen-Kota within days from the result because-

  • JEE Main cut-off list will be announced by CBSE in about one month after the JEE Main exam 2018, and candidates need the expected cut-off to check their scores.
  • Candidates are generally enthusiastic and want to know the tentative cut-off to make sense of their performance and to believe they will successfully qualify the exam and will be eligible for the second Exam i.e. JEE Advanced. 

JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Allen-Kota is calculated keeping the following parameters in mind:

  • Total number of candidates that have applied for JEE Main exam with CBSE
  • Total number of seats that are available for all JEE Main participating institutions including IIT, IIIT, NIT and CFTIs
  • Difficulty of the JEE Main question paper
  • The way students have performed in the JEE Main exam
  • Average of percentage marks candidate has scored in the entrance exam 

Previous year JEE Main Cut-Off:

Official JEE Main 2018 cut-off by CBSE and JEE Main Expected cut-off by Allen-Kota are based on category wise – there will be a separate cut-off for different categories and that is how it has always been. 

JEE Main Expected Cut-Off by Allen-Kota for 2018:

Sr. No

Category

JEE Main Expected Cut-off by Allen-Kota

 

1

Common Merit List (CML) – General category

Available Shortly

2

Scheduled Caste (SC)

Available Shortly

3

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

Available Shortly

4

Other Backward Class (OBC - NCL)

Available Shortly

In order to know the latest information on JEE Main Expected Cutoff by Allen Kota, please visit www.allen.ac.in regularly after the JEE Main exam.

JEE Main 2016 Cut-Off for reference:

Sr. No

Category

JEE Main 2016 Cutoff

1

Common Merit List (CML) – General category

100

2

Scheduled Cast (SC)

52

3

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

48

4

Other Backward Classes (OBC – NCL)

70

Considering the ongoing cut-off trend from the last few years, there has been a consistent drop year on year in the JEE Main Cutoff.

In the table below, you can see the category wise JEE Main cut-off trends from the last three years (2016, 2015 & 2014) by CBSE. You can compare the ongoing cut-off trend for each category from the table.

S. No

Category

JEE Main Cutoff 2016 by CBSE

JEE Main Cutoff 2015 by CBSE

JEE Main Cutoff 2014 by CBSE

1

Common merit list (CML) – General Category

100

105

115

2

Scheduled Caste (SC)

52

50

53

3

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

48

44

47

4

Other Backward Class (OBC - NCL)

70

70

74

JEE Main is the first major step in the direction of admission into one of the 31 NITs, 20 IIITs, 18 GFTIs and 10 IITs for B.E/B.Tech course. Eligible candidates, from different categories, are allocated seats into various undergraduate engineering courses, in these premier institutions, on basis of the cutoff rank released by each of them. This is where JEE Main Expected Cutoff by Allen-Kota helps students understand the possible cut-offs well before the official cut-offs are out.  

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