JEE Main results tomorrow

JEE Main results tomorrow

JEE Main results tomorrow. The Central Board of Secondary Education will declare the results of JEE Main on May 3.

Hyderabad: The Central Board of Secondary Education will declare the results of JEE Main on May 3. They will be hosted on

A total of 13.56 lakh candidates have appeared for the exam conducted both offline and online. While the pen and paper based exam was held on April 6, the CBT was conducted on April 9, 11, 12 and 19. More than 1.20 lakh students from AP have also appeared for the exam and most of them preferred pen and paper based exam.
This year, there was an increase in number of girl students across the country. Nearly 3.16 girls have appeared for the exam. The release of keys was delayed by four days. The answer keys were released on April 28 around 8 pm and the challenges were allowed only till 5 pm on April 29. Around 1, 100 aspirants challenged the answer key. The students have complained that they didn’t find sufficient time to go through them and requested the Board for extra time. The Board however, refused to extend the date citing administrative reasons.
The candidates whose challenge(s) are accepted will have their fee refunded. Though the results of the exam are declared on May 3, the All India Ranks will be released only on July 7. The AIRs will be computed on the basis of score in JEE Main and normalised score in Intermediate or Class XII exam (60 per cent and 40 per cent weightage respectively).
JEE Main Rank Card indicating All India Rank, State Rank and Category Rank with total marks and marks in each paper will be hosted on JEE Main website after the declaration of result. Only the All India Rank will be considered for admissions through Central Counselling Board to NIT s, IIITs, CFTIs and others. As many as nine states have opted JEE score for admission into the BTech, BE courses in their engineering colleges.
The CBSE has made it clear that from this year onwards no score or rank card will be dispatched to the candidates. The candidates have to download them the website. For AP , students’ first year marks will be counted for normalisation process. As a onetime measure, the CBSE has given a waiver last year on the direction of state High Court on the ground that the syllabus was not upgraded. The marks of recently –declared Inter-I results will be counted for JEE Main 2015. Since a majority of science candidates have scored well, they would get advantage next year.
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