The expected JEE Mains passing marks 2023 are 90 for the general category, 78 for EWS, 75 for OBC-NCL, and 55 & 44 for SC & ST categories, respectively.
The JEE Main Passing marks 2023 for the general category are expected to be around 90, the EWS category is 78, OBC-NCL is 75, SC is 55, and ST is 44. The National Testing Agency (NTA) released the JEE Main result 2023 for paper II on 28 February 2023. Earlier it released the paper I results on February 6, 2023. JEE Main session 2 will be conducted in April. Once NTA declares the qualifying marks for JEE Mains 2023, candidates can check them on jeemain.nta.nic.in.
NTA also sets the cutoff for JEE Mains, which is subject to change every year. Besides that, the cut-off of JEE Main exam is of two types- qualifying cut-off and admission cut-off. Further, the minimum marks to be eligible for JEE Mains differ for each category.
|JEE Main Response Sheet 2023 (Out)||JEE Main Rank Predictor 2023|
Table of Contents
- JEE Mains Passing Marks 2023
- JEE Mains Passing Marks for Previous Years
- JEE Main 2023 Expected Cut Off Marks
- Overall Required Qualifying Marks in JEE Mains 2023
- Factors Affecting the Qualifying Marks for JEE Mains 2023
JEE Mains Passing Marks 2023
The qualifying marks for JEE Mains 2023 are the minimum marks that candidates require to pass the JEE Main 2023 exam. The JEE Main passing marks 2023 are declared after the conclusion of each session. Further, the qualifying marks for JEE Mains vary from one category to another. The category-wise JEE Mains passing marks 2023 are shown in the table below.
|Category||Expected Passing Marks|
|JEE Main Cut off 2023||JEE Main Marks vs Rank 2023|
JEE Mains Passing Marks for Previous Years
The exam conducting authority releases the JEE Mains passing marks. Therefore, if candidates are looking for how many marks are required to clear JEE Mains, they must note that it will vary for each category. The minimum marks to qualify JEE Mains for the previous years are as follows:
JEE Mains Passing Marks 2022
The JEE Main 2022 was held in two sessions: June and July. The qualifying marks for various categories are as mentioned below:
JEE Mains Passing Marks 2021
The JEE Mains was held in four sessions for 2021. The JEE Mains passing marks are as follows:
JEE Mains Passing Marks 2020
The passing marks for JEE Mains 2020 exam for the January session for all the categories are listed as follows:
JEE Mains Passing Marks 2019
National Testing Agency conducted the JEE Mains exam from January 8, 2019, to January 12, 2019. A total of 11,09,250 appeared for the JEE Mains exam that year. NTA has released the qualifying marks in JEE Mains 2019 for all the categories. These are:
JEE Main Passing Marks 2018
CBSE conducted the JEE Mains 2018 exam in two modes- online & offline. They administered the offline exam on April 8, 2018, and the online exam from April 15, 2018, to April 16, 2018. The JEE Main 2018 qualifying marks for all the categories are:
JEE Mains Passing Marks 2017
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the JEE Mains 2017 exam in both offline & online modes. They administered the offline on April 2, 2017, and the online examination between April 8, 2017, to April 9, 2017. CBSE released the JEE Main 2017 passing marks for all the candidates who belong to different categories. These are:
JEE Mains Passing Marks 2016
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) organised the JEE Mains exam 2016 in both offline & online modes for three days. They administered the offline exam on April 3, 2016, and the online examination between April 9, 2016, and April 10, 2016. The passing marks for different categories are:
JEE Mains Passing Marks 2014
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has conducted the JEE Mains exam in both offline & online modes. They administered the offline on April 6, 2014, and the online examination between April 9, 2014, April 11, 2014, April 12, 2014, and April 19, 2014. CBSE has released the cut-off marks for all the candidates who belong to different categories. These are:
NOTE: The JEE Main qualifying marks for the PWD Category from the year 2013 to 2017 are not available.
JEE Main 2023 Expected Cut-Off Marks
Before getting into the marks segregation, candidates need to clearly understand the difference between the types of JEE cut-off marks.
- A candidate should secure the JEE Main 2023 passing marks to write the next level of the exam, that is, JEE 2023 Advanced.
- The next step is to achieve the qualifying ranks to get admission to different institutes of IIITs, NITs, CFTIs, and more. The information will be provided at the JoSAA counselling. Each institute has its own means of selection, although the JEE Main examination marks are prioritised.
|Category||Expected Cut Off|
|Unreserved Category (UR)||90-95|
JEE Main 2022 Cut-Off Marks
The specified cut-off for the 2022 JEE Main (previous year) is listed in the table below. It is based on category and the marks secured by candidates.
|Category||Minimum %||Maximum %|
Overall Required Qualifying Marks in JEE Mains 2023
The overall marks required in JEE Mains are calculated on the basis of performance. The JEE Main 2023 exam pass mark varies with categories.
- The general category candidates must secure a minimum aggregate of 85%.
- For the SC/ST/PWD categories, they must score a minimum of 65% in aggregate.
Factors Affecting the Qualifying Marks for JEE Mains 2023
By securing passing marks for the JEE Mains exam, candidates are eligible for the JEE Advanced examination. The qualifying marks set for the JEE Main exam depend on several factors, such as:
- Number of candidates who appeared for the qualifying exam
- Exam difficulty level
- Seat Availability
- Marking Scheme
- Cut-off & Counselling.
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