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By how many percent is the cutoff for OBC candidates relaxed for IITJEE - 2011 ?..at 2008..it was 10 percent..but now that 27 % are reserved..what will be the change ? :)


 


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Dear Balaram


Minimum Qualifying Mark for Ranking (MQMR) and Aggregate Cut-off


 



















































Merit List



MQMR


Aggregate Cut-off
(out of 480)



Chemistry (out of 160)



Mathematics
(out of 160)



Physics
(out of 160)



General (CML)



11


11


8


178


OBC


10


10


8


161


SC


6


6


4


89


ST


6


6


4


89


PD


6


6


4


89


 


above maintion cutt off are of jee 2009. this year we are expecting the same cuttoff.


there is not much different in general and OBC category.



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