JKCET - CutOff
Jammu & Kashmir Common Entrance Test
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Updated On - April 24 2023 by Abhinandan Singh
Below is the table check for JKCET Cut Off marks important dates:
|Date of Exam||April 2023|
|Answer Key Release||April 2023|
|Representation against key||3 days after the conduct of CET Examination|
|Declaration of result||May 2023|
|Commencement of counselling||3rd or 4th week of May 2023|
Cut-off marks for Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test (JKCET) may vary from year to year, depending on various factors such as the difficulty level of the exam, number of candidates appearing for the exam, number of available seats, and overall performance of the candidates. Here are the previous year's cut-off marks for JKCET for reference purposes only:
JKCET 2022: The cut-off marks for JKCET 2022 were not available as the exam has not been conducted yet.
JKCET 2021: The cut-off marks for JKCET 2021 varied for different categories. For the Open Merit Category, the cut-off marks were around 50-60 out of 180 marks for various streams, while for Reserved Categories, the cut-off marks were lower, around 40-50 marks.
JKCET 2020: The cut-off marks for JKCET 2020 were also around 50-60 marks for the Open Merit Category, while for Reserved Categories, the cut-off marks were slightly lower, around 40-50 marks.
Factors Affecting Cut-off Marks for JKCET: The following are some of the key factors that may affect the cut-off marks for JKCET or any other entrance examination:
Difficulty level of the exam: If the exam is more difficult, the cut-off marks may be lower, as candidates may find it challenging to score higher marks.
Number of candidates appearing for the exam: If a large number of candidates appear for the exam, the competition may be higher, and the cut-off marks may be higher as well.
Number of available seats: The number of available seats in the participating colleges or institutes may also impact the cut-off marks. If the number of seats is limited, the cut-off marks may be higher.
Reservation policies: Reservation policies for different categories such as SC, ST, OBC, etc., may also affect the cut-off marks. Cut-off marks may be lower for reserved categories compared to the general category.
Performance of candidates: The overall performance of the candidates appearing for the exam may also impact the cut-off marks. If candidates perform exceptionally well, the cut-off marks may be higher.
It's important to note that cut-off marks can vary from year to year and are determined by the conducting authority based on various factors. It's advisable to refer to the official website or conducting authority for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding JKCET or any other entrance examination.
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