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    What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    Should a student who want to give iit jee must get marks 60% in qualifying exam or 60% in physics,chemistry,maths.


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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    the eligibility for the IITJEE exam is that you should score a minimum of the 60% of the marks in the Phy che and maths taken together
    and according me i would even advice you to score a minimum of the 60% of the marks taken in total of the 12th exam which would make you qualify for the other entrance exams as well

    so best of luck for your future




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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    hi...there is no special qualifying criteria for maths ,physics and chemistry ,if you have 60% in qualifying examination then that is enough for you to appear in the examination .also you should give the exams only twice in the consecutive years ,you can not give it more than that number of attempts .

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    The elligibility is for IIT JEE entrance is as follow :
    you must have pass 12 th board with 60 %.
    you also must have 60 percentage seperatly in PCM

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    yes minium is 60.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    Yes, it is mandatory student who want to give iit jee must get marks 60% in qualifying exam or 60% in physics,chemistry,maths.and the minimum eligibility for IIT JEE is 12th passed or appeared.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    60% MARKS IN PCM THAT YOU HAVE APPLY IIT-JEE EXAM.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    THE STUDENT MUST SCORE 60% IN THE QUALIFYING EXAMINATION. FOR SC/ST CANDIDATES, MARKS ELIGIBILITY IS 55% IN THE QUALIFYING EXAMINATION.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    a person should have minimum 60% marks in physics,chemistry and maths to appear in IIT-jee exam.
    for admissions in IITs you should have subjects physics ,chemistry and maths for engineering.
    it is not important to have 60% marks in all subjects what has been taken but it should be in physics,chemistry and maths.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    visit that link to get info. about IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ):-

    IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C )

    One can appear IIT-JEE 2011 only if he/she has passed the 12th examination in 2010 or will pass in 2011 as there is provision of only two consecutive attempts which starts from the year of qualifying examination. One should score at least 60% marks in 12th (or Qualifying exam in case of other board) to be eligible to appear IIT-JEE.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    the minimum criteria for IIT JEE is 60% in12th with PCM

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    TO appear in IIT JEE you will have to secure atleast 60%in 12th standard and aggregate in PCM is also 60%.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    For appearing in IIT-Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE), you should have passed the higher secondary or equivalent in PCM (Physics, Chemistry, mathematics) stream. You should have passed 10+2 with a minimum aggregate percentage of 60%. Hence, you should have passed all subject (not just physics, chemistry and mathematics) with atleast 60%. For getting admissions in any of the IITs, you should clear the cut-off marks decided by the exam conducting authority during the declaration of results to be eligible for the counselling. Once you clear the cut-off marks, you will be given the college (IIT) of your preference according to your All-India rank. You can also get admission into some private colleges such as BITS if your IIT-JEE AIR is good. So, if you miss IITs, you could go for some good reputed engineering college in India via IIT-JEE.
    all the best!!

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    IF YOU GIVING IIT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION, THEN THE MINIMUM PERCENTAGE REQUIRED IN 12TH BOARDS SHOULD BE 60%. PERCENTAGE IS CALCULATED AS AN AGGREGATE OF ALL THE SUBJECTS. GENERAL AND OBC CANDIDATES NEEDS 60% WHILE SC AND ST NEEDS ONLY 55 %.
    THE MARKS YOU GOT IN IIT ENTRANCE EXAM ARE TAKEN AND COMPARED WITH OTHER CANDIDATES APPEARED AND ACCORDINGLY AN AIR IS AWARDED . THIS IS THAT AIR RANK WHICH LET YOU ENTER INTO IITs.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    You can appear for the IIT JEE exam. The educational qualification the candidates needed is a pass in +2 with 60% marks. This percentage is for OBC and general category students. The SC/ST students need only 55% of marks. It should be in Maths, Chemistry and Physics. There are two phases in the selection processes. One is a screening test and a main exam. There are single and multiple type questions. Once the candidate clear the exam with good score can study in IITs. You will get good career chances once complete the engineering course.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    60% in Physics ,chemistry and maths is the only eligibilty criteria for the IIT JEE.

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    Cool Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Should a student who want to give iit jee must get marks 60% in qualifying exam or 60% in physics,chemistry,maths.
    Hey friend,

    As you have asked whether you are eligible for the IIT-JEE exam,i have mentioned the details below for your reference.

    Qualifications:
    1. The education qualification needed is a pass in +2 with 60% aggregate.For SC/ST it is 55%.
    2. The candidates must have born on or after October 01, 1980 are eligible for the exam.
    3. For SC/ST and PD candidates the upper age limit for them is 5 years from the prescribes limits.
    4. The candidates must submit their physical fitness certificate.

    The exam consists of 2 stages namely:
    1. Screening Test.
    2. Main exam.

    The candidates who qualify the screening test will be eligible for the main exam.

    Thank you.
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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    The 60% requirement is aggregate marks , as well you should have 60% in PCM also.
    You can attempt jee twice in consecutive attempts only.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    Dear,

    The minimum educational qualification required to give the IIT JEE exam is 10+2 pass candidates with physics , chemistry , maths , with a minimum of 60% marks in PCM.

    Also the overall percentage should not be below 60% .

    Thanks.

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    HIII,
    THERE IS AN ELIGIBILITY FOR IIT JEE THAT THE ASPIRANT MOST SECURE 60% ABOVE MARKS IN HIS/HER 12TH EXAM(OVERALL).
    A SC/ST CANDIDATE MOST SECURE MINIMUM 55% MARKS IN HIS/HER 12TH EXAM(OVERALL).
    THERE IS NO SPECIAL RULES FOR P,C,M.
    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    for persuing IIT JEE exam you require only 12th with science stream with PCM 60%. better aggregate 60% is better for any entrance exam.
    i wish you all the best!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    The criterion is :-
    1) For general and OBC candidates, they must secure 60% marks as aggregate in 12th.
    2) For SC, ST and Physically disable, they must secure a aggregate of 55% marks as aggregate in 12th.
    So the marks are for 12th all subjects and not for only PCM.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Should a student who want to give iit jee must get marks 60% in qualifying exam or 60% in physics,chemistry,maths.
    For Appearing In IIT JEE Examination,The candidate should have a completed in Higher Secondary Level In(P,C,M)Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics and the candidate should have a minimum 60% Marks.
    And If You are SC/ST/PH You should have a minimum 55% marks.The candidate can Attempt JEE Only twice In Consecutive Years and Those who Appearing 12th Exams In 2011 may also Apply.

    Short In IIT JEE Details :
    • The candidate should have a Completed 12th with Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics.
    • Minimum 60% marks for General/OBC candidates.
    • Minimum 55% Marks for SC/ST/PH candidates.
    • The Exam consist of two papers and both Question Papers Consist of three Separate Sections.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    the minimum percentage in pcm should be 60%or above may be they are gonna increase it in the next yearthis data is for general category for sc st obc it is lower

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    For IIT JEE you must pass 10+2 exam with minimum 60% marks in qualifying exam.

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    YOU SHOULD GET MINIMUM 60% MARKS IN YOUR XII BOARDS INCLUDING PCM.

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    the acndidate should have minimum 60% aggregate in his/her qualifying exam. this is the eligibility criteria for students to appear in IITJEE

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    min. 60% marks

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    ELIGIBIITY FOR IIT JEE - 60 % in plus 2.

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    MINIMUM 60 5 IN PLUS 2

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    MINIMUM 60 PERCENT IN PLUS 2

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    U HAVE MINIMUM 60 PERCENT THEN U R ELIGIBLE

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    MINIMUM YOU HAVE 60 PERCENT AND IF U R SC OR ST THEN 55 %

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    eligiblity for IIT-JEE exam :
    must u have pass 12th std with minimum 60%.
    60% also in Physics,chemistry, math.
    If u r ST, SC student then u have 55% marks. also with PCM group.
    For Age: u had born on or after oct 1986
    GOOD LUCK. . .

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    eligiblity for IIT-JEE exam :
    must u have pass 12th std with minimum 60%.
    60% also in PCM.
    If u r ST, SC student then u have 55% marks. also with PCM group.
    For Age: u had born on or after oct 1986
    GOOD LUCK. . .

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    u should have 60% in 12 and with pcm ok best of luck for future.

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    12 with 60%in pcm
    and there only 2 attamps r given

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Should a student who want to give iit jee must get marks 60% in qualifying exam or 60% in physics,chemistry,maths.
    Yes,for IIT JEEyou should have 60% in physics,chemistry & maths.for other comptetive exams also same eligibility is required.

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    pcm with 60% this is eligibity for iit jee

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    Re: What is the eligibility to write IIT JEE with respect to qualifying marks in 12th( M,P,C ) ?

    i have completed 12th exam with 66% over all but m-60 p-65 c-40 . should i elligible for iit or not?

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