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JEE Advanced-2014: distribution of candidates according to their mode of study

The following post comprises of the data of the registered and qualified candidates in the JEE Advanced according to their mode of preparation.

Sep 26, 2014 14:06 IST
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In 2014, JEE Advanced was conducted by the CBSE for the second time. For conducting the exam, the whole country was divided into seven zones. These zones are decided on the basis of IITs (Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Roorkee). Following table consists of the zone wise data of the candidates registered & qualified in the JEE Advanced exam, on the basis of their type of preparation. The data clearly indicates that the maximum number of candidates registered, were the candidates who choose self study as their mode of preparation. The same ratio reflects in the data of qualified candidates as here also maximum no of candidates comes under self studyLike previous years, CBSE, AP Board, mode of preparation.

Zone

Registered

Qualified

Self study

Other mode

Total

Self study

Other mode

Total

Bombay

19776

10202

29978

3509

3019

6528

Delhi

11825

6200

18025

2568

2014

4582

Guwahati

7081

2972

10053

998

584

1582

Kanpur

10339

4654

14993

1721

1303

3024

Kharagpur

10495

5009

15504

1865

1236

3101

Madras

12358

14003

26361

2152

3576

5728

Roorkee

8137

3944

12081

1469

1138

2607

Around 63 % (80011) of the total candidates registered (126995) have chosen their mode of preparation as self study.



Around 53 % (14282) of the total candidates qualified (27152) have chosen their mode of preparation as self study.



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