JEECE Cut Off 2020

JEECE (Jharkhand Engineering Entrance Competitive Examination) is a state-level exam conducted by Jharkhand Engineering Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB) in Jharkhand. It offers admission to students in various undergraduate engineering courses offered by various colleges in the state. There is a set syllabus for the entrance test, and the candidates are required to qualify the test to seek admission in Jharkhand University. The exact dates for JEECE cut off,2020 has yet not been declared by the officials, but it is expected that it will soon be available on the official website. The counselling session is then held after the release of the cut-off for the selected candidates based on the scores.

Aspects Determining Cut Off

Please note that JEECE cut off is declared by the JCECE board on the official website of the government for all candidates and courses. JEECE CUTOFF is the number of minimum marks that a candidate must obtain in the entrance exam in order to qualify the exam and be eligible for the admission. Some major factors that determine the cut off marks for JEECE are as follows:

  1. Number of marks scored by the candidates 

  2. The total number of colleges that participate in the exam

  3. The total number of seats available in respective colleges for respective courses.

  4. The admission trends of the previous year 

  5. Reservation norms set up by the government for examination

  6. The difficulty level of the questions in the examination

  7. Marking scheme decided by the officials for the examination 


All the candidates should not get confused and must know that the cut off list is only released after the declaration of examination's result. This year it is expected that JEECE cut off 2020 will be released by the last week of June 2020. After the release of cutoff, all the eligible candidates who have cleared the cut off will be eligible for the admission in various engineering colleges of the state of Jharkhand. Further, the counselling is conducted in two rounds. 


JEECE cut off 2019 marks for admission in various courses that were declared on the official website mentioned below:

Previous Year’s Cut Off Table

BRANCH

CUTOFF MARKS 

Electrical Engineering

80-170

Production Engineering

60-500

Metallurgical Engineering

70-415

Mechanical Engineering

95-110

Chemical Engineering

62-490

Civil Engineering

70-385

Information Technology

80-170

Electronics and Communication Engineering

67-420

Mining Engineering

58-500

Computer Science and Engineering 

92-115 


FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Can you please give the list of JEECE participating colleges this year?

The list of all the colleges participating in JEECE, 2020 in the Under Graduate engineering program is given below:

  1. B.A. College of Engineering & Technology, Ghatsila, Jamshedpur

  2. B.I.T., Sindri

  3. C.I.T. Tatisilwai, Ranchi

  4. D.A.V. Institute of Engineering & Technology, Medininagar

  5. Government Engineering College, Chaibasa

  6. Government Engineering College, Dumka

  7. Government Engineering College, Ramgarh

  8. Guru Gobind Singh Educational Society Technical Campus, Kandra, Chas, Bokaro

  9. K.K. College of Engineering & Management, Dimna Road, Mango, Jamshedpur

  10. Nilai Educational Trust’s Group of Instituitions, Thakurgaon, Burmu, Ranchi

  11. R.T.C Institute of Technology, Anandi, Ormanjhi, Ranchi

  12. R.V.C. college of Engineering and Technology

  13. Ram Govind Institute of Technology, Koderma

  14. RamchandraChandravani Institute of technology, Bishrampur, Palamau

  15. University College of Engineering and technology, V.B.U., Hazaribagh 

2. What is the tie-breaker Criteria for JEECE?

Below mentioned is the tie-breaker criteria for JEECE:

  1. A candidate who has obtained the highest marks in Mathematics in JEE Mains.

  2. A candidate who has obtained the highest marks in Physics in JEE Mains.

  3. Candidates who are older in the age

  4. First name alphabetical order

3. What role does the reservation criteria offered by the conducting board plays?

ROLE OF RESERVATION CRITERIA IN JEECE AS PER THE RULES OF BOARD 

Aspirants must be a Permanent/Local resident of Jharkhand and have procured proper Local Residential Certificate & Caste Certificate issued by a proper authority assigned by Govt. of Jharkhand to get the reservation as per reservation policy of Govt. of Jharkhand. The up-to-date reservation policy of Govt. of Jharkhand will be followed in all courses of Govt. and Private Institutes situated in Jharkhand State.