Merit Lists

Only those candidates who attempted both Paper 1 and Paper 2 were considered for preparing the merit lists. The marks obtained by a candidate in Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics are considered to be the sum of the marks obtained in the corresponding parts in Paper 1 and Paper 2. The sum of the marks obtained in the individual subjects in JEE will be the aggregate mark for the candidate.

Minimum Qualifying Mark for Ranking (MQMR)

The average of the marks scored by all such candidates was computed for each of the three subjects. These averages were 10.44, 10.12 and 7.81 (up to two decimals) for Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics, respectively. These are the minimum qualifying mark for ranking (MQMR) in the individual subjects. Thus, a candidate qualified for ranking without relaxed norms only when he/she scored at least 11, 11 and 8 marks in Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics, respectively.

Tie-Break

The tie-break criterion in the merit lists adopted for awarding ranks to the candidates who have scored the same aggregate marks is as follows. For each subject, the mean (i.e., the average) marks has been calculated on the basis of the marks obtained by those candidates who have scored more than or equal to MQMR in that subject. These averages are 37.68, 35.29 and 33.68 (up to two decimals) for Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics, respectively. Thus, the average is the lowest for Physics and highest for Chemistry. Among the candidates having the same aggregate marks, a candidate has been ranked higher than the rest, if he/she has scored higher marks in Physics. If there is a tie after this, then a candidate has been ranked higher than the rest, if he/she has scored higher marks in Physics. Candidates tied even after this procedure, have been given the same rank.

Common Merit List (CML)

Based on the MQMR in the individual subjects, the aggregate marks obtained by the candidates and the above tie-breaking procedure and, a common merit list (CML) was prepared, without any relaxed criteria. The CML contained 8295 candidates in all. The aggregate marks scored by the last candidate in the CML is 178 and this is the CML cut-off score (CCS).

Category Merit Lists

Next, the merit list for OBC candidates has been prepared with 10% relaxation in MQMR and CML cut-off score. Similarly, merit lists for SC, ST and PD candidates have been prepared with 50% relaxation in MQMR and CML cut-off score. The numbers of candidates appeared in OBC, SC, ST and PD merit lists are 1930, 967, 208 and 138, respectively.

Preparatory Merit Lists

To select candidates for Preparatory Course against the unfilled seats reserved for SC, ST and PD candidates, three Preparatory Merit Lists have been prepared with relaxation of 50% in MQMR and aggregate cut-off for SC, ST and PD merit lists. The number of candidates in the preparatory merit lists was at most 1.5 times the number of vacant seats in these categories.

Extended Merit Lists

Extended merit lists for GE (common), OBC, SC, ST and PD candidates were prepared with further relaxations in aggregate cut-off, but not in MQMR, for use of other institutes like IISERs, IIST, RGIPT and IIMS. The lengths of these lists are six times the lengths of corresponding main merit lists of JEE-2009.

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