# ISAT Results 2012

## IIST (ISAT) Results

### Performance

The answer paper of ISAT-2011 is a machine-gradable Optical Response Sheet (ORS). These sheets are scrutinized and graded with extreme care after the examination. There is NO provision for re-grading and re-totalling. No photocopies of the machine-gradable sheets will be made available. No correspondence in this regard will be entertained.

Candidates will get to know their performance in ISAT-2011 through the Rank List/Category List through IIST websites in May 2010.

### Ranking

Ranking of the ISAT-2011 candidates will be based on the following procedure:

1. Only those candidates who write both Paper-I and Paper-II of ISAT-2011 will be considered for the ranking. Marks in Physics in ISAT-2011 will be equal to marks in Physics section of Paper-I plus marks in Physics section of Paper-II. Similar procedure will be followed for Chemistry and Mathematics. The sum of the marks obtained in the three subjects in ISAT-2011 will be the aggregate mark for the candidate.

2. Let ‘N’ be the total number of “GENERAL” seats for all B.Tech programmes at IIST.

3. Let the average of the marks secured by all the candidates in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics be μX, μY, and μZ, respectively.

4. List subject wise (Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics) the marks secured by the first ‘k * N’ candidates where k = 20. Let the marks secured by the ‘k*N th’ candidate, in each subject list where k=20, for Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics be ‘X’, ‘Y’ and ‘Z’, respectively. These ‘X’, ‘Y’ and ‘Z’, will form the cut-off marks for Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. In the procedure outlined for “Rank List”, “X”, “Y”, and “Z” are fixed.

5. List the aggregates (of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics) in the descending order. Remove from this list all who have secured less than the cut-off in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics or scored less than the average in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. This forms the “Rank list”. Please note that the number of candidates in the “Rank List” may be lower than “k * N”.

6. A separate PD, SC, ST and OBC (non-creamy) list will be made based on the following relaxed criteria.

7. For candidates of PD category, having 3 % reservation within the overall reservation, the number of seats within PD will be distributed based on the overall reservation (GEN: 50.5 %, OBC (non-creamy): 27 %, SC: 15 %, ST: 7.5 %). The relaxed criteria (reduced cut off) applicable for a PD candidate will be 0.6 * X, 0.6 * Y, 0.6 * Z, respectively. Also, the PD candidates will have to secure marks in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics which is equal to or greater than 0.6*μX, 0.6*μY, and 0.6*μZ, respectively.

8. For candidates of SC and ST categories having 15 % and 7.5 % reservation, the relaxed criteria or reduced cut off will be 0.6 * X, 0.6 * Y, 0.6 * Z, respectively. Furthermore, they will have to secure marks in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics which is equal to or greater than 0.6*μX, 0.6*μY, and 0.6*μZ, respectively.

9. For candidates of OBC (non-creamy) category having 27 % reservation, the relaxed criteria or reduced cut off will be 0.9 * X, 0.9 * Y, 0.9 * Z, respectively. Furthermore, they will have to secure marks in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics which is equal to or greater than 0.9*μX, 0.9*μY, and 0.9*μZ, respectively.

10. In the unlikely event of seats for the B.Tech programmes at IIST not being completely filled up, a further relaxation in the value of ‘k’ (k = 40) may be undertaken, which will result in reduced values for the cutoffs in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. However, all other aspects of the above outlined procedure will remain the same. Such a list will be called “The Additional Rank List” and will be used in the unlikely event of seats for the B.Tech programmes at IIST not being completely filled up.

11. While preparing the Rank List/Category List, if a candidate belongs to more than one category/subcategory of relaxed norms, then he/she for the purpose of ranking shall be considered in all the categories in which he/she qualifies.

12. There will be no separate waiting list for the candidates.

### Tie-break

The tie-break criteria in the Rank and Category lists adopted for awarding ranks to the candidates who have scored the same aggregate marks in ISAT-2011 are as follows:

1. Total score in Maths and Physics sections.

2. Total score in Maths and Chemistry sections.

3. Lower total negative score in all three sections.

4. Lower total negative score in Maths and Physics sections.

5. Lower total negative score in Maths and Chemistry sections.

The tie-break criteria will be adopted one after another in the order mentioned above. Candidates tied even after this procedure will be given the same rank.