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JEE Main cut-off 2021: Check category-wise NTA score

This year, the JEE Main cutoff has shown a decrease as compared to last year. The qualifying cutoff score for the General category last year was 90.3765335. 

Written by Careers360 | New Delhi I |
Updated: September 15, 2021 4:43:54 pm
JEE main result 2021, JEE Main 2021The cut-off is the minimum NTA score to be obtained to qualify and appear for JEE Advanced. (Representative image)

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the JEE Main 2021 result. Along with the result, the exam authority has also declared the qualifying cutoff on the official website. The cutoff is the minimum NTA score to be obtained to qualify and appear for JEE Advanced. The qualifying cutoff scores are mentioned in the table below:

Category Cutoff
Common Rank List (CRL) 87.8992241
GEN-EWS 66.2214845
Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL) 68.0234447
Scheduled Caste (SC) 46.8825338
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 34.6728999
PwD 0.0096375

This year, the JEE Main cutoff has shown a decrease as compared to last year. The qualifying cutoff score for the General category last year was 90.3765335. 

The top 250000 JEE Main qualified candidates will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced exam for IIT admissions. IIT Kharagpur will conduct JEE Advanced on October 3, 2021. 

Recommended:- [To check your admission chances in NITs/ IIITs/ State colleges based on JEE Main scores/ rank, use JEE Main College Predictor

JEE Main 2021 scores are the basis for admission into NITs, IIITs and GFTIs. Counselling for admission into these institutes as well as IITs will be conducted by Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA).

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