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Top 20 Percentile cut off marks of all boards 2013, 2012

Top 20 percentile for all boards in year 2013. Data released by IIT Delhi, organising institute for JEE Advanced 2013.

Top 20 percentile for all boards in year 2013

State Board Maximum Marks Gen OBC SC ST
MIN Marks %age MIN Marks %age MIN Marks %age MIN Marks %age
Andhra Pradesh 500 459 91.8 434 86.8 408 81.6 412 82.4
530 487 91.8 460 86.8 432 81.6 437 82.4
560 514 91.8 486 86.8 457 81.6 461 82.4
Assam 500 283 56.6 284 56.8 271 54.2 229 45.8
Bihar 500 325 65 322 64.4 309 61.8 311 62.2
CBSE 500 408 81.6 401 80.2 361 72.2 356 71.2
CHATTISGARH 500 338 67.6 314 62.8 301 60.2 288 57.6
Goa 500 355 71 340 68 324 64.8 338 67.6
700 497 71 476 68 454 64.8 473 67.6
GUJARAT 600 430 71.5 403 67.16 396 66 358 59.66
650 465 71.5 437 67.16 429 66 387 59.66
700 501 71.5 470 67.16 462 66 417 59.66
HARYANA 500 379 75.8 369 79.2 354 70.8 343 68.6
HIMACHAL PADESH 500 340 68 329 65.8 328 65.5 327 65.4
800 544 68 526 65.8 525 65.5 523 65.4
JHARKHAND 500 281 56.2 277 55.4 270 54 272 54.4
COUNCIL FOR INDIAN SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION 500 416 83.2 394 78.8 375 75 344 68.8
J&K 500 369 73.8 369 73.8 369 73.8 369 73.8
KARNATAKA 500 430 86 394 78.8 362 72.4 367 73.4
KERALA 1000 852 85.2 808 80.8 736 73.6 722 72.2
MEGHALAYA 500 305 61 314 62.8 294 58.8 273 54.6
MANIPUR 500 367 73.4 374 74.8 342 68.4 335 67
MADHYA PRADESH 500 360 72 341 68.2 331 66.2 314 62.8
MAHARASHTRA 500 341 68.2 330 66 322 64.4 315 63
600 409 68.2 396 66 386 64.4 378 63
MIZORAM 500 380 76 328 65.6 247 49.4 277 55.4
NAGALAND 500 299 59.8 311 62.2 294 58.8 267 53.4
ORISSA 600 401 66.8 401 66.8 365 60.8 355 59.1
PUNJAB 450 331 73.5 330 73.3 316 70.2 301 66.9
475 349 73.5 348 73.3 334 70.2 318 66.9
1000 736 73.5 733 73.3 702 70.2 669 66.9
RAJASTHAN 500 338 67.6 334 66.8 321 64.2 316 63.2
TRIPURA 500 268 53.6 268 53.6 248 49.6 221 44.2
TAMIL NADU 1000 909 90.9 807 80.7 710 71 697 69.7
UTTARAKHAND 500 289 57.6 285 57 273 54.6 271 54.2
UTTAR PRADESH 500 365 73 358 71.6 346 69.2 347 69.4
WEST BENGAL 500 306 61.2 301 60.2 272 54.4 241 48.2
NATIONAL OPEN SCHOOL 500 305 61 306 61.2 286 57.2 271 54.2

Top 20 percentile for all boards in year 2012

These are top 10, 20 percentile cutoff marks of various state boards across the country released by Council of Boards of School Education (COBSE) of academic year 2012. As per new JEE Pattern admission to the undergraduate programmes at the IITs and ISM, Dhanbad for the year 2013 will be based only on category wise All India Rank (AIR) in JEE(Advanced) subject to the condition that such candidates are in the top 20 percentile of successful candidates of their Boards in applicable categories.

State Board
TOP 30 Percentile TOP 20 Percentile TOP 10 Percentile
MIN Marks %age MIN Marks %age MIN Marks %age MAX Marks %age
Andhra Pradesh 826 82.6 872 87.2 916 91.6 994 99.4
Maximum Marks 1000
Assam 241 48.2 271 54.2 317 63.4 482 96.4
Maximum Marks 500
Bihar 311 62.2 323 64.6 339 67.8 460 92
Maximum Marks 500
CBSE 360 72 389 77.8 424 84.8 495 99
Maximum Marks 500
CHATTISGARH 265 53 284 56.8 315 63 477 95.4
Maximum Marks 500
GUJARAT 320 64 340 68 366 73.2 484 96.8
Maximum Marks 500
Goa 410 51.25 450 56.25 504 63 733 91.63
Maximum Marks 800
HARYANA 343 68.6 363 72.6 389 77.8 492 98.4
Maximum Marks 500
HIMACHAL PRADESH 297 59.4 316 63.2 342 68.4 488 97.6
Maximum Marks 500
JHARKHAND 248 49.6 262 52.4 281 56.2 418 83.6
Maximum Marks 500
COUNCIL FOR INDIAN SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION 382 76.4 407 81.4 435 87 493 98.6
Maximum Marks 500
J&K 306 61.2 335 67 375 75 490 98
Maximum Marks 500
KARNATAKA 361 60.17 405 67.5 457 76.17 593 98.83
Maximum Marks 600
KERALA 859 71.58 918 76.5 999 83.25 1200 100
Maximum Marks 1200
MEGHALAYA 223 44.6 247 49.4 281 56.2 471 94.2
Maximum Marks 500
MANIPUR 308 61.6 323 64.6 347 69.4 483 96.6
Maximum Marks 500
MADHYA PRADESH 297 59.4 320 64 353 70.6 487 97.4
Maximum Marks 500
MAHARASHTRA 336 56 367 61.17 410 68.33 589 98.17
Maximum Marks 600
MIZORAM 264 52.8 281 56.2 307 61.4 444 88.8
Maximum Marks 500
NAGALAND 267 44.5 194 49 334 55.67 543 90.5
Maximum Marks 600
ORISSA 312 52 338 56.33 376 62.67 562 93.67
Maximum Marks 600
PUNJAB 708 70.8 750 75 945 94.5
Maximum Marks 1000
RAJASTHAN 302 60.4 319 63.8 344 68.8 484 96.8
Maximum Marks 500
TRIPURA 233 46.6 254 50.8 289 57.8 448 89.6
Maximum Marks 500
TAMIL NADU 874 72.83 938 78.17 999 83.25 1190 99.17
Maximum Marks 1200
UTTARAKHAND 261 52.2 276 55.2 298 59.6 462 92.4
Maximum Marks 500
UTTAR PRADESH 311 62.2 325 65 345 69 476 95.2
Maximum Marks 500
WEST BENGAL 259 51.8 290 58 331 66.2 479 95.8
Maximum Marks 500
NATIONAL OPEN SCHOOL 285 57 303 60.6 329 65.8 475 95
Maximum Marks 500

if the cut offs for different boards varies so much as 77.8% for CBSE and only 50 to 55% for some other boards what should the student do in 2014? should they appear XII from a state board where the cut off is low? Why is there so much discrimination?

Roshan Kumar says:

is there any qota for person with disability.

Subash Sn says:

Yes. That too in a good percentage.

KamleshVerma says:

in ISC board there are no other elective subject … so will there will taken option in computer and chemistry 
or it will have to choose 5 subjects Please reply soon… really in need

Mansi25 says:

wat is it for ISC board??

For the 2012 batch this rule does not apply, the same rule as 60% cut off applies to them, even for international students its 60% only but only for the 2013 batch this rule is applicable. Does it seem fair?

Yes, this rule is for everyone so it is fair. Stop complaining and study!

DiVine Nitz says:

ur a damn muggger dats why

VERY IMPORTANT & USEFUL INFORMATION FOR YOU. CBSE HAS ASKED CoBSE TO SUBMIT INFORMATION ON BOARD MARKS THROUGH A LETTER WHOSE CONTENTS I AM REPRODUCING BELOW, TO SEE THE LETTER PLEASE VISIT http://www.cobse.org/LETTER_JEE_2013.pdf.

**Modalities for providing Result Data Base – pertaining to Class XII for 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013**.

1. Result Data is to be provided for ALL APPEARED Candidates in Full subjects with indication of Stream.
Code :

Stream Stream-Code
Science-Medical SCI-M
Science – Non-Medical SCI-N.
Science – Both(Medical & Non-Medical SCI-B.
Commerce COMM
Arts & Humanities HUMA.
Vocational VOC
Other OTH

2(a) Placement of Subjects in the Result Database must be in the following order:

Subject-1 : One Compulsory Language with higher marks.
Subject-2 to Subject-5: Another Language and three Electives.

(OR) Four Electives.
Subject-6 : Additional Subject Offered/allowed, if any.
Note : Subject-1 to Subject-5 must conform to Scheme of Studies and are compulsory.

(b) For Science Stream – Non-Medical :
Subject-1: Compulsory Language with higher marks.
Subject-2: Any other Language/Elective with higher marks (other than Subject-1 and Subject-3 to Subject-5.
Subject-3 to Subject-5 (even if the marks in the subjects are lower) must be as follows:
Subject-3: Physics.
Subject-4: Mathematics
Subject-5: Any one out of – Chemistry/ Computer Science/ Biology (Botany & Zoology)/ Biotechnology with higher marks.
(c) If it is compulsory to study 6 subject as per Scheme of Studies in a board, subject with lowest marks.
(other than compulsory subjects for the stream) be treated as Additional Subject.

***For calculation of Percentile and Normalisation of Marks, Subject-1 to Subject-5 shall be taken.
into consideration.***

3. If a candidate has appeared in LESS Number of Subjects in current year (i.e. Less than 5 subjects) –.
due to supplementary Exam / Compartment Exam / Arrear and has cleared/passedthe exam in the.
current year
• Subjects passed in previous year(s) and subjects passed in current year are combined into a.
single record and supplied. Passing year be treated as current year.
• For Example :
ÿ Candidate appeared in 2011 – in all 5/6 subject – and failed in one/two subjects.
(LESS SUBJECTS) as per Scheme of Studies of the Board and was awarded.
Supplementary/ Compartment/ Arrear.
ÿ Candidate appeared in 2012 in the failed subjects of Supplementary/ Compartment/.
Arrear (LESS SUBJECTS) and cleared/passed the exam by passing in the failed.
subjects (LESS SUBJECTS).
ÿ For such candidates, result data for 2012 should have the details of passed subjects in.
2011 as well as the details of passed subjects in 20124. If a candidate appears for ‘Improvement of Performance’, the candidate has to appear in all.
subjects as per Scheme of Studies of the Board i.e. the candidate must appear in Subject-1 to.
Subject-5 (OR) Subject-1 to Subject-6. Data should be provided for such candidates also.
5. Result data should be provided as per enclosed ‘Structure of Database’ only. Database can be supplied.
in FoxBASE/ Fox Pro/ Visual Fox Pro/ MS Access.
Note for Database:
1. All character fields should be left justified.
2. All Marks should be provided with left zero/leading zero i.e. 079. 083 etc. Provide ‘AB’ against marks for those ABSENT in Paper-1/ Paper-2/ Subject.
3. It is mandatory to supply Category, as eligibility for admission to IITs will be based on top 20.
percentile of successful candidates in Class XII examination conducted by their Boards in.
applicable categories.
SC – ‘Scheduled Castes’ as specified and laid down by the Government of India.
ST – ‘Scheduled Tribes’ as specified and laid down by the Government of India.
OBC – ‘Other Backward Classes’ as specified and laid down by the Government of India.

4. Candidate’s Name, Mother’s Name, Father’s Name should be adjusted within 50 characters and should be in CAPITAL letters.

Suman Kumar says:

ASPIRAINTS OF IIT 2013 HAVE A LOOK.

Sindhu Janani says:

What are the subjects included? like for example, my board has a 2nd language, or will only PCM scores be included?

Anonymous says:

which subjects are considered for calculating this prcentage?

Pranay Pandey says:

cricket and movies :/

thanks a lot for this…. I've been waiting for long!

Is there any priority for the subjects to be included while calculation?

gauravjha93 says:

wat is the percentile ratin for nepal hseb board,plez kinly inform me sir

girishpatel says:

Where is the list as per applicable categories, this is a general of all the categories and not for the applicable categories.Kindly provide the Cut offs as per applicable categories to get the clear picture for the students who had already given their exams in 2012 whether they are through or have to appear one more time. Which is also an extra pressure to them which was actually not required for them as they have cleared the existing eligibility of 60% in 2012 board exams.Kindly provide the required data’s on immediate level as their is very little time left for the board exams in respective boards.