I got 82 marks in jee advanced iam GEN EWS can I get seat in iit
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According to the rank and category mentioned by you in the question you have almost no chances of getting into any of the IITs even after considering 10% reservation quota for EWS as cut-offs for EWS category closes around 1000-1500 in all IITs as per past cut-off trends. How to Get EWS (Economically Weaker Section) Certificate for IIT JEE Main and JEE Advanced? From academic year 2019-20, there will be 10% reservation quota for the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) among General Category candidates in higher education engineering institutes (like IITs and NITs). EWS means economically backward section. EWS rank is the rank among the EWS students only. For example, if 1000 candidates attended the exam and there are 100 EWS candidates; if you are better than 500 candidates overall and better than 50 candidates from EWS then your general rank is 499 and your EWS rank is 49. You submitted EWS certificate. Now you secured 450 but the seats under EWS Category are filled but General Category seats are vacant. You will not be considered under EWS Category. Candidates belonging to General Category who have scored less than 450 will be given chance. An average of 500 seats will be offered to the candidates belonging from the economically weaker section of the society by the Indian Institute of Technology. This will be implemented from the academic year 2019 2020, as reported by Hindustan Times. The cut-off for qualifying for JEE (Advanced) was 89.75 percentile for open category students, and for EWS quota, it was 78.21percentile. Data from IITs indicate that EWS students who did not take advantage of the lower cut-offs, have scores above 89.75 percentile.
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