JEE Main Paper 1
Hey Prateek! Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST) is considered to be a National Eligibility Test (NET) by Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB). Aspirants who are seeking admission in PhD or Integrated PhD programmes in Physics or Theoretical Computer Science or Neuroscience or Computational Biology need to give JEST exam.
You dint quite provide the clear name of the exam, I assume it is NTSE, I am so sorry to inform you that For Physically Handicapped (PwD) people cutoff is 49.33 for NTSE. So probably you wont be able to qualify with 40% of marks.
NTSE Stage 2 Result has been declared in form of merit list along with cutoff marks. You should follow the given link to check if you are selected or not for NTSE scholarship.
All the Best!!!
You scored good marks in NTSE stage 2 exam. The selection depends on the cutoff marks and category. This time the exam was much difficult than last year, so cut off marks are expected to decrease. Please mention your category so that I can help you.
Hope it answers you well...
I think your score is not bad any maybe you apply for NTSE but you may know that they have even higher standard as you think they have higher. So my suggestion is that you may apply for it but also seek other option as your backup plan may help in future.
As per expected cutoff mark (130-138), you have fair chances to qualify NTSE exam. Rest will be revealed after the release of cutoff marks. so stay tuned NTSE Cutoff.
Hope it helps!!!
Hii aspirant ,
Coming to your question I would like to tell you that it seems that you will qualify the NTSE stage 1 , but of on the comment box you can write your state then it would be more clear as the stage 1 cutoffs are based on the states , so just drop a comment in the comment box below mentioning your state ,
Hope this helps you , good luck.
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