In India, each state has its own board apart from the individual state boards that exist there is a central board that is the CBSE board. Irrespective of which board you belong to, there is always a question that troubles every student while preparing for the JEE exams as to which board should you choose? which will be the best one to score in the JEE?
Therefore, we have ranked each board for the JEE so you can understand which board is the best boards from the JEE point of view.
In order to get a good score in the JEE, it is necessary to get good marks even in the board exams. The state boards are strict when it comes to giving marks whereas, the CBSE is comparatively lenient and has a lot of benefits when it comes to the syllabus and books. Since the NCERT books not only used for the CBSE board but even the JEE exams hence the CBSE students are able to get a better rank. Plus there are a maximum number of CBSE students clear the JEE exams because they are spread all over India.
There are boards like the Bihar board that are really strict in giving marks for the board as compared to the CBSE board (central board) that is comparatively lenient in providing marks for the board exams.
Below is the list of all the boards, ranking them as to which is the best board to get the best rank in the JEE exams. The ranking is according to the leniency in the correction of the board marks
|1||CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi)|
|2||Andhra Pradesh Board|
|5||CISCE (Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi)|
|8||Madhya Pradesh Board|
|9||Uttar Pradesh Board|
|11||West Bengal Board|
|18||Himachal Pradesh Board|
|19||Jammu and Kashmir Board|
|27||Tamil Nadu Board|
|29||Uttar Pradesh Board|
The above rankings are based on two factors one is the leniency of marks and the next is the maximum students who make it through the JEE to get their desired colleges. The lower half of the above list are based the number of students who give the exams and the number of students who clear the exams approximately.
To know the how the major board perform in the JEE exams you can check: The major boards in India and how their performance is measured for JEE.
Finally talking about the JEE-Main, it is safe to say that CBSE is the better alternative. Students from other state boards often tend to change their board while taking admission after 10th standard for the same. The CBSE has a more concentrated syllabus which is targeted at JEE-Main compared to the other boards. Nevertheless, it is up to you which board you are comfortable in and where you know you will do well.
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