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JEE Advanced 2019: Check Detailed list of Cutoff and Qualifying Criteria

By: Archana on April 29, 2019

National Testing Agency (NTA) is going to announce JEE Main 2019 results soon on its official website Thousands of students who filled the application form with an ambition to make it to JEE Advanced are wondering will they be able to make it or not. Candidates can check the detailed list mentioned below of required criteria and cutoff list to qualify for the exam.


Will qualifying the JEE Main is enough to appear for JEE Advanced? Certainly not, check the mandated qualification and ranks required in all category to appear for the exam.

JEE Advanced is the qualifying examination for admission in the undergraduate engineering courses being offered at Indian Institutes of Technology and candidates who qualify JEE Main with some really high score only will be able to apply for the advanced paper.

This year IIT Roorkee is conducting the examination and has recently released the information brochure for the aspirants mentioning the exam will be conducted on May 27, 2019 because of its clash with the Lok Sabha Election. The brochure also mentions that after introducing the EWS category, the total number of candidates taking the examination is now increased to 2, 45,000.

Also Read: JEE Advanced 2019 Brochure Released by IIT Roorkee, top 2, 45,000 candidates can apply

JEE Advanced 2019 Eligibility:

Just qualifying JEE Main is not enough to qualify for the next level, candidates also needs to fulfil certain JEE Advanced Eligibility Criteria to apply for the examination as mentioned here:

Age Limit:

Candidates applying under general category have to be born on or after October 1, 1994. For reserved category applicants there are certain age relaxation.

Number of Attempts:

Candidates are allowed to only have two consecutive attempts so if a candidate applying this year may be attempting the examination for first time or the second time not more than that.

Earlier Admission:

Candidates who had already taken admission or accepted admission in IIT or ISM earlier but dropped are exempted of applying for the examination.

Category-wise Distribution of Applicants:

Candidates can check the below table to understand the category-wise distribution of the total candidates qualifying JEE Main:


Number of “Top” candidates


























Candidates should also note that the total number of candidates taking the examination may increase considering the scenarios of a tie. If any two or more candidates have scored the same marks in the examination and there is no way of allotting them different ranks and all of them are given the same ranks, then all these candidates are eligible to apply for the examination.

Also Read: JEE Advanced 2019: Check expected cutoff to apply for the exam

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