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JEE Main 2017 Result

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday will declare the results of Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main Paper-1 & also publish list of Top 2,20,000 Candidates who are eligible for JEE Advanced. The exam is held to shortlist candidates seeking admissions to undergraduate engineering programmes at National Institutes of Technology (NIT), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIIT) and other centrally-funded technical institutions (CFTI). The Score and All India Rank (AIR) of JEE Main 2017 will be announced on same date. JEE Main 2017 result will be declared for all 10,15349 candidates who have appeared in pen & paper on April 2 and 1,83,640 candidates who have appeared for the computer based mode exam on April 8 and 9, 2017. The result will display the actual scores obtained by a candidate in the exam as well as the All India Rank (AIR) along with the category rank. While checking JEE Main 2017 result, candidates can also know whether they will be eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced 2017 or not. As per the official notification, class 12th marks will not be considered while computing the JEE Main rank. The result of JEE Main paper 2 will be announced on May 27, 2017

JEE Main 2017 Result link:

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Meet the Toppers of JEE Main 2017 Result:

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  • Kalpit Veerwal: AIR-01, Scored 360 out of 360. He is is fond of playing cricket, badminton and music, said he has not yet decided about his career plans but wants to seek admission in IIT-Mumbai to pursue computer science.
  • Vrunda Rathi: AIR-71, Female Topper, Scored 321 out of 360. She is from Nashik, Maharashtra is also a classical Flute player. She wants to study at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore over the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). She intends to pursue her Bachelor in Science (BSc) from IISc, Bangalore, as she aspires to be a Researcher, though she is yet to pick up a major.

Cut-off Marks for JEE Advanced:

Category Cut-off Marks
CML (Common Merit List) 81
Other Backward Class (OBC) 49
Scheduled Class (SC) 32
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 27

Cut-off Marks for JEE Advanced:

Category 2016 2015 2014
UR (Common Merit List) 100 105 115
OBC 70 70 74
SC 52 50 53
ST 48 44 47

Next Steps:

Now that you have checked your JEE Main result, you will have come to know whether you have qualified for JEE Advanced 2017.If yes, then the application forms for JEE Advanced will be available from April 28. You must register and fill the same. But first, you must download and save your JEE Main result and rank card. This will be required for their admissions. If you are are not in the top 2,20,000 candidates shortlisted for JEE Advanced, then you must also plan further for your state counselling processes in addition to applying to the private institutes and universities which take the JEE Main scores for their admission purposes. You must also prepare for the admissions through JoSAA 2017 to the 31 NITs, 20 IIITs and 18 GFTIs that will start tentatively in June.

New Changes in this Year:

Topic Changes
No Class 12 marks weightage for JEE Main ranks The All India ranks will now be on the basis of the actual scores of the candidates in the exam
New Eligibility Criteria for admissions to NITs, IIITs, GFTIs In Addition to qualifying JEE Main Candidates should have scored 75% or more in their Board Exam

JEE Advanced at a Glance:

Topic Date Link
Online Application Submission Start 28/04/2017 Closed
Online Application Submission End 02/05/2017 Closed
JEE Advanced Exam 21/05/2017 Result Published
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