CBSE’s JEE (Main) entrance exam was held on 2nd April and the results will likely be out today. The result will include the scores, rand and a list of the top 2,20,000 students who have gotten through.
Merit is decided depending upon the scores in maths and Physics and in a ratio of positive to negative marks. A candidate with a higher ratio will get a better rank.
Here’s how you can check the results:
- click here to go to the official website.
- Click on JEE Mains 2017 results.
- Enter application number, date of birth and security pin.
- the next page will display the result of the candidate.
The result page will display the candidate’s rank and whether or not they are eligible to appear for the Advance exam.
Earlier this year the HRD ministry had revealed the following changes to the results pattern:
- 12th grade marks will be given no weightage from now on
- Qualifying students should have received at least 75% marks in their 12th grade
Note: For SC/ST categories it is 65%.
Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Uttrakhand, Nagaland, Odisha & some other state institutes have joined the JEE (Main) system, however, their admission criteria has not been decided by CBSE, yet.
Candidates seeking admission to the institutions of these states are also required to fill the JEE main 2017 form online.