The central board of secondary education has to announce the cutoff list for class 12th students so that accordingly state board will declare the eligible students to give JEE (Advanced). JEE (advance), exam to get admission in Indian Institute of Technology, is two days away and CBSE has not worked out the minimum cut off percentile of the eligible students. JEE (advance) Exam is scheduled to be conducted on 2 June 2013 and students are eagerly awaiting for the decision of CBSE to announce the top 20 percentile.
To get admission in the premium institute of the country, the admission entrance exam is divided into two subdivisions, JEE (mains) and JEE (advanced). The eligibility criteria for JEE (advance) comprise of different divisions according to which the weightage is divided. For the first time class XII results are included to meet the eligibility criteria and consist almost 40% weightage. Owing to which students are more concern about their eligibility and yet the decision by CBSE is not taken.