JEE Normalization Procedure 2013

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In this year , the New Normalization process for taking admission in NIIT and ITT creates a problem for 1.5 Lakh students of Rajasthan States.  According to the expert’s calculation, students who get more score in JEE exam 2013, at the time of admission his/her rank will be reached approximate 3500. The candidates whose marks are 80 to 85 percent in 12th Board, all students will be out and they are not able to take admission in the colleges.  In the normalization process, this is the major problem that 12th board marks is compared to Jee exam percentile. According to this student whose marks in 12th class are 94% all are in loss and in other side the candidates whose marks in 12th Board in 95% or more are in profit.  The JEE Advanced exam result will be declared on July 1st or 2nd week.  This normalization process was decided in the last month. For taking admission in NIIT, IIT the percentage criteria of 12th is 40% and JEE criteria is 60%.

New JEE Normalization Procedure 2013Formula for percentile:-

Assume 12th Board marks is 91%

Then for getting percentile , the students whose marks are low , then you divide them all students and multiply by 100.  This process is also available on the official website  of JEE Main.

Roll of Percentile:-

Percentile              Marks

99.14                     220

99.56                     336

It means on 0.43 percentile has a difference of 118 marks.

Profit and loss of Normalization Process:-

Normalization process has minimum profit and more loss. In the JEE Normalization procedure 2013 students who has 95% marks and more than 95% in 12th class this process in beneficial for them.  The disadvantage of this process is, if students gain good marks in JEE as a respect to 12th class marks , still he/she will be out of the admission process.  In Rajasthan more than 1.5 lakh students appeared in JEE exam this process directly effect on those candidates.

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