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NIT Cut-Offs: Your Guide to Navigating Engineering Admissions

The JEE Main cut-off varies for all NITs and will also be different for various programs or courses. The JEE Main cut-off of top NITs also varies for reserved and unreserved categories. The JEE Main cut-off for NITs is decided based on several factors like difficulty level of examination, the total number of seats and many others. More detailed information about JEE Main cut-off for top NITs is provided below.


Students aspiring for admission to top NITs like NIT Ahmedabad, NIT Calicut, etc. need to clear the JEE Main cut-off for top NITs to grab a seat in these institutes. Admissions into the B.Tech courses in all the NITs are based on the JEE Main exam. Students can check the below-given information for JEE Main NITs cut-off for previous years to get an idea about the closing ranks for which admission was offered at NITs in the previous years.


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Total Number of NITs in India

There are 31 NITs in India. All the universities are categorized under autonomous public institutes for higher education in India. Below is the list: 

  • NIT Agartala

  • NIT Arunachal Pradesh

  • NIT Bhopal

  • NIT Allahabad

  • NIT Delhi

  • NIT Calicut

  • NIT Goa

  • NIT Durgapur

  • MNIT Jaipur

  • NIT Hamirpur

  • NIT Jamshedpur

  • NIT Jalandhar

  • NIT Meghalaya

  • NIT Kurukshetra

  • NIT Manipur

  • NIT Mizoram

  • NIT Nagaland

  • NIT Nagpur

  • NIT Puducherry

  • NIT Patna

  • NIT Rourkela

  • NIT Raipur

  • NIT Srinagar

  • NIT Surat

  • NIT Silchar

  • NIT Sikkim

  • NIT Trichy

  • NIT Surathkal

  • NIT Warangal

  • NIT Uttarakhand

  • NIT Andhra Pradesh


JEE Main Cut off Marks for NIT 2024

The cut-off marks, the opening and closing ranks for various NIT colleges are not constant. It changes based on various factors like the difficulty level of the paper, the number of people who have taken the test and the number of seats available. The cutoffs for the last three years of JEE Main are given in the below table.


Year

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

General

91

8841%

87.8992241

90

90

74

81

100

105

EWS

76

6311%

66.2214845

70

78

-

-

-

-

OBC-NCL

73.6114227

6701%

68.0234447

73

74.3166557

45

49

70

70

SC

52.0

4308%

46.8825338

50.2

54.0

29

32

52

50

ST

37.2348772

2678%

34.6728999

39.0696101

44.3345172

24

27

48

44



The category-wise JEE Main 2024 cut-off for NIT Trichy (as published by JoSAA for the first round of counselling) along with NIT Rourkela and NIT Surathkal is tabulated below. The National Institute of Trichy is among the premier engineering colleges in India. 


Hence, a knowledge of the previous year's NIT Trichy JEE Main cut-off will definitely help candidates get a fairer idea of how the JEE Main 2024 cut-off for the various courses offered at NIT Trichy may turn out to be. This information will help candidates to gauge the JEE Main cut-off trends for the other NITs as well.


JEE Main Marks vs Percentile 2023

Based on past trends and analysis of JEE Main 2023 results, here's a rough estimate of how marks translated into percentiles:


JEE Main Percentile

JEE Main Marks

JEE Main Ranks

99.9

241+

1-1233

99.8

225-227

1234-2406

99.7

212-218

2407-3524

99.6

203-209

3525-4701

99.5

196-203

4702-5882

99.4

190-198

5883-7098

99.3

185-193

7099-8286

99.2

181-190

8287-9417

99.1

176-186

9418-10580

99

173-182

10581-11750

98.5

160-170

11751-17477

98

148-160

17478-22957

97.5

140-152

22958-28943

97

133-146

28944-34570

96.5

126-140

34571-40248

96

121-135

40249-45745

95.5

116-131

45746-51264

95

112-127

51265-56821

94

105-120

56822-67841

93

98-113

67842-79286

92

93-107

79287-90443

91

87-102

90444-101351

90

82-97

101352-112695



JEE Main Total Marks

JEE Main 2024 has a total of 300 marks for the B.Tech paper, and the B.Arch and B.Planning papers each have a total of 400 marks. You can check how these marks are distributed in each section for all three papers.


Courses

Subjects

Maximum Questions to Answer

Marks

B.Tech

Physics

25

100

Chemistry

25

100

Maths

25

100

B.Arch

Maths

25

100

Aptitude

50

200

Drawing

2

100

B.Plan

Maths

25

100

Aptitude

50

200

Planning

25

100



JEE Main 2024 Cut-off for NIT

The NIT JEE Main Cut off for 2024 is the minimum and maximum ranks you need to get into NITs through the JEE Mains exam. The admission process is handled by JoSAA in 6 rounds. After each round, they announce the cut off ranks, where the Opening Rank is the lowest rank to get in, and the Closing Rank is the highest rank that still qualifies for admission.


Category-wise JEE Main 2024 Cut-off for NIT Trichy

Courses

Category

Home State

Other State

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank 

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank 

Chemical Engineering


Open

15073

20271

3020

11137

Open PwD

-

-

607

607

SC

3620

4845

1470

2422

SC-PwD

-

-

-

-

OBC-NCL

4477

6159

3424

4887

OBC-NCL PwD

309

309

-

-

ST

2578

5900

803

880

ST PwD

-

-

30

30

EWS

10982

22753

1769

1859

EWS-PwD

-

-

-

-

Civil 

Engineering

Open

15979

27144

386

13212

Open PwD

-

-

94

94

SC

3961

5978

1294

2230

SC-PwD

-

-

-

-

OBC-NCL

6388

8618

3282

4739

OBC-NCL PwD

741

741

185

185

ST

5929

7407

280

478

ST PwD

-

-

-

-

EWS

188899

38919

1833

2305


EWS-PwD

-

-

78

78

Computer Science Engineering

Open

2243

5432

1

386

Open PwD

211

211

5

5

SC

384

1171

8

142

SC-PwD

8

8



OBC-NCL

967

1510

94

204

OBC-NCL PwD

-

-

11

11

ST

508

2028

38

47

ST PwD

-

-

-

-

EWS

1532

3205

37

100

EWS-PwD

207

207

-

-

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Open

6980

9878

2608

4818

Open PwD

280

280

74

74

SC

775

3355

733

1130

SC-PwD

-

-

53

53

OBC-NCL

2272

3012

1373

2201

OBC-NCL PwD

-

-

-

-

ST

486

3867

103

376

ST PwD

-

-

-

-

EWS

5655

6612

541

862

EWS-PwD

-

-

-

-

Electronics and Communication Engineering

Open

5364

7856

1713

2773

Open PwD

287

287

73

73

SC

1558

2227

178

573

SC-PwD

30

30

32

32

OBC-NCL

1577

2061

630

1227

OBC-NCL PwD

-

-

61

61

ST

2460

3238

170

244

ST PwD

-

-

-

-

EWS

1530

4889

310

430

EWS-PwD

-

-

-

-

Instrumentation and Control Engineering

Open

10151

15337

7612

11856

Open PwD

1736

1736

384

384

SC

3445

5102

1784

2651

SC-PwD

-

-

70

70

OBC-NCL

3805

5498

3753

4858

OBC-NCL PwD

-

-

161

161

ST

5853

8569

846

980

ST PwD

-

-

-

-

EWS

8684

15697

1567

1887

EWS-PwD

-

-

-

-

Mechanical Engineering

Open

3741

13216

3357

7320

Open PwD

-

-

119

119

SC

666

3435

1003

1537

SC-PwD

76

76

-

-

OBC-NCL

2957

3958

2161

3317

OBC-NCL PwD

212

212

99

99

ST

3795

4696

319

500

ST PwD

-

-

-

-

EWS

5173

24004

1056

1344

EWS-PwD

-

-

65

65

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

Open

16657

27463

12942

16986

Open PwD

-

-

893

893

SC

4576

6465

2958

3994

SC-PwD

-

-

-

-

OBC-NCL

7251

8198

4200

6333

OBC-NCL PwD

543

543

-

-

ST

8229

9676

831

1419

ST PwD

-

-

42

42

EWS

23993

26381

2491

2711

EWS-PwD

-

-

-

-

Production Engineering

Open

15589

24694

14379

18928

Open PwD

-

-

1218

1218

SC

3936

6233

3236

4174

SC-PwD

-

-

-

-

OBC-NCL

5831

7016

5142

7277

OBC-NCL PwD

291

291

661

661

ST

9553

11438

941

1654

ST PwD

-

-

-

-

EWS

31212

38320

2988

3256

EWS-PwD

-

-

222

222


Category-wise JEE Main 2024 Cut-off for NIT Rourkela

Courses

Category

Home State

Other State

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank 

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank 

Chemical Engineering


Open

18411

23769

11705

16272

SC

3745

5205

3148

3468

OBC-NCL

6220

10458

4896

6036

ST

2177

2313

1150

1234

EWS

5746

6360

2420

2544

Civil 

Engineering

Open

14994

26114

15385

18763

SC

2562

5260

2720

3278

OBC-NCL

9808

11532

6146

6681

ST

1560

2091

611

1023

EWS

6103

6644

2712

3012

Computer Science Engineering

Open

1874

8255

861

2033

SC

563

1530

396

535

OBC-NCL

1780

4244

331

543

ST

157

303

125

185

EWS

1295

3272

214

309

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Open

8257

17184

1108

8819

SC

2025

3096

784

2092

OBC-NCL

5878

8412

3215

3801

ST

892

1270

446

680

EWS

4024

4936

1193

1362

Electronics and Communication Engineering

Open

8461

10258

3484

5300

SC

643

1958

955

1179

OBC-NCL

3310

5171

1689

1880

ST

559

782

356

437

EWS

3374

3465

628

682

Mechanical Engineering

Open

13826

19732

9891

13189

SC

1624

3333

549

2641

OBC-NCL

5632

10006

4205

4778

ST

428

1443

849

1027

EWS

4459

5536

1900

2005

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

Open

24697

32029

19097

23253

SC

4011

6734

4532

5184

OBC-NCL

10547

12824

6442

8294

ST

2551

2577

1567

1663

EWS

6367

7043

3365

3667


Category-wise JEE Main 2024 Cut-off for NIT Surathkal

Courses

Category

Home State

Other State

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank 

Opening Rank 

Closing Rank 

Chemical Engineering


Open

12442

13802

10601

12472

SC

3007

3931

590

2662

OBC-NCL

4781

7173

4388

5145

ST

855

1011

843

843

EWS

3014

3038

1931

2089

Civil 

Engineering

Open

12382

23143

9504

15587

SC

3356

5953

1757

2626

OBC-NCL

6856

8413

4378

5965

ST

851

2001

402

506

EWS

4072

4418

2231

2690

Computer Science Engineering

Open

164

2734

34

618

SC

147

796

68

190

OBC-NCL

604

1418

176

296

ST

66

264

13

65

EWS

404

837

103

135

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Open

5003

6981

3268

5295

SC

2309

3163

992

1369

OBC-NCL

3675

4061

1698

2686

ST

271

749

383

519

EWS

2249

2667

876

984

Electronics and Communication Engineering

Open

2951

4740

1196

3404

SC

1196

2253

613

768

OBC-NCL

1382

3456

938

1355

ST

407

717

267

333

EWS

1006

2210

432

524

Mechanical Engineering

Open

6359

11930

6093

9791

SC

1427

5050

1526

2128

OBC-NCL

4402

6667

2692

4190

ST

815

1292

581

863

EWS

2751

4026

1303

1473

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

Open

15371

22626

13084

17681

SC

5142

5758

3470

4130

OBC-NCL

7814

10306

6398

7330

ST

1849

2750

1479

1479

EWS

4973

5613

2859

3167



Factors Affecting JEE Main Cut Off 2024

The JEE Main Cut off for 2024 is influenced by various factors. In the past (2013-2016), the marks from Class 12th board exams played a role, accounting for 40% of the JEE Main rank. But now, this isn't considered. Instead, the factors affecting the 2024 JEE Main Cut-off include: 


  1. Number of Test Takers: The overall number of students appearing for JEE Main each year influences the cut-offs. A higher number of test takers generally leads to higher cut-offs due to increased competition. 

  2. Difficulty Level of Exam: The difficulty level of the exam papers can vary slightly from year to year. If the paper is considered easier, the cut-offs might rise, and vice versa.

  3. Reservation and Seat Matrix: The reservation policy for different categories (SC, ST, OBC, etc.) and the total number of seats available in NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs also play a role. More seats can lead to slightly lower cut-offs for some categories.

  4. Performance of Top Scorers: The performance of the top scorers can also affect the cut-offs. If a significant number of students score exceptionally well, the cut-offs might increase slightly.

  5. Previous Year Trends: Analysing the cut-offs of the past few years can give you an idea of the general range to expect. However, it's important to remember that past trends may not always be an accurate predictor of future cut-offs.


How to Use JEE Main Cut-Off Marks

Once the official cut-off marks are released, you can use them to assess your chances of getting admission into your desired NIT. Here's how:


  • Check your JEE Main rank: Your JEE Main rank will be available on your scorecard.

  • Compare your rank with the cut-off marks: If your rank is higher than the cut-off mark for your preferred NIT and course, you have a good chance of getting admission.

  • Participate in JoSAA counselling: If your rank is eligible, you must register for JoSAA counselling to participate in the seat allocation process.


JoSAA Seat Matrix

The JEE Main Seat Matrix shows how many seats are open at NITs. The JoSAA Seat Matrix for the 2024-25 school year will be out soon. While waiting, you can look at the past seat distribution based on categories for all the schools in the table below.


Category

NITs Seat Intake

Open

9150

Open-PWD

465

General-EWS

2037

General-EWS-PWD

123

SC

3311

SC-PWD

180

ST

1991

ST-PWD

123

OBC

5824

OBC-PWD

302

Total Seats

23506



Tips for Scoring Above the JEE Main Cut-Off Marks

  • Start your preparation early: Don't wait until the last minute to start studying. Ideally, you should begin your preparation at least one year before the exam.

  • Choose the right study material: Invest in good quality study materials, including NCERT textbooks, reference books, and practice tests.

  • Focus on all three subjects: JEE Main is a test of your knowledge in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Make sure you give equal attention to all three subjects.

  • Practice regularly: Solving practice tests and previous year's papers is essential for improving your speed and accuracy.


Conclusion

JEE Main cut-off marks play a crucial role in determining your admission into NITs. While scoring above the cut-off is essential, it's not the only factor. You should also consider your rank, preferred NIT and course, and seat availability. By following the tips mentioned above, you can increase your chances of cracking the JEE Main and securing a seat in your dream NIT.

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FAQs on JEE Main Cut-Off Marks for NIT 2024

1. Why are the cutoffs of JEE Main for NITs declining every year?

There could be several reasons for declining the cutoff of JEE Main for NITs every year. Though a particular reason is not known we can guess that increase in the number of seats could be a reason. Also, joint counselling of IITs, NITs, IIITs and other CFTIs is held now, which was separate earlier. This could also be one of the main reasons for declining cutoffs. 

2. Will the cutoff increase or decrease this year i.e in 2024?

The cutoffs are very unpredictable and depend on a lot of factors. Though a few seats have increased in NITs, it is quite difficult to predict whether the cutoff will increase or decrease in 2024. The best advice is to prepare well and sit for the exams without worrying about the cutoffs and results. Study well, be confident and you can conquer the world. All the best!

3. What are the expected cut-off marks for NITs in 2024?

Predicting the exact cut-off marks is difficult as they depend on various factors like the number of candidates appearing, the difficulty level of the exam, and the number of seats available. However, based on past trends, the cut-off marks for top NITs like Warangal, Trichy, Calicut, etc., could range between 230 and 260 for the general category in the January session and 250 to 280 in the April session. These are just estimates, and the actual cut-offs might be higher or lower.

4. Are there separate cut-off marks for different NITs?

Yes, there are separate cut-off marks for each NIT and even for different branches within an NIT. The cut-off marks for popular branches like Computer Science, Electronics and Communication Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering are generally higher than other branches.

5. What should I do if I don't score the required cut-off marks?

If you don't score the required cut-off marks for your desired NIT and branch, you have a few options:


  • Appear for the JEE Main April session: You can try again in the April session of JEE Main and aim for a better score.


  • Explore other engineering colleges: There are many other good engineering colleges in India besides NITs. You can research other colleges based on your rank and interests.


  • Consider other career options: If engineering is not your only passion, you can explore other career options that match your skills and interests.


Remember, scoring well in JEE Main is not the only way to achieve success. There are many other opportunities available, and you should not get discouraged if you don't get into your dream college.