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JEE Main 2019 April Result Declared: JEE Main 2019 April Result has been declared by the NTA. The National Testing Agency announced the JEE Main 2019 Result for the April Exam in the evening at around 9:10 PM. The result was announced online on the official website of the JEE Main Exam i.e. jeemain.nic.in. Students can now head-over to the website and check their JEE Main 2019 April Result as well as download the scorecard for exam directly from there. According to the latest update, the NTA, in addition to the declaration of the JEE Main April 2019 Result will also announce an updated All India Rank List for the exam, which will consist of the best candidates from the January as well as the April Exam. Candidates, who have appeared for both the exams i.e. January and April, will have their best score considered for the examination.

Talking about the delay, a source close to NTA added that all the answer sheets for JEE Main 2019 April exam have been processed and corrected. However, the delay is caused due to the challenge in processing the result data of the students who have appeared for both the editions of the JEE Main 2019 Exam i.e. in January as well as in April. JEE Main 2019 Score plays a very important role in compilation of JEE Main 2019 Rank on the basis of which admission will be granted to the students. Therefore, NTA is being extra cautious while processing of the result data and compilation of the final result for JEE Main 2019 April Result. Along with JEE Main 2019 April Result, the NTA will also release other details like JEE Main Rank 2019 and the cut off for the JEE Advanced 2019 eligibility.

With no official announcement from NTA and rumours and speculations running wild, candidates who have appeared for the JEE Main April Exam 2019 are having a tough time finding the correct information. To steer clear of misinformation, students are advised to keep checking the official website i.e. jeemain.nic.in or follow this page for latest and authentic information about JEE Main Result 2019. Alternatively, to get latest updates related to JEE Main April Result 2019 direct in your inbox, you can also subscribe to our email alerts by providing your information on this page.

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This is the first year when the National Testing Agency has been entrusted with the task of conducting the national-level engineering entrance exam. Prior to this CBSE / the Central Board of Secondary Education conducted the entrance test and also released the JEE Main 2019 Results. For 2019, JEE Main will be conducted in two phases i.e. January and April. JEE Main Result 2019 and All India Ranks / Merit List for both the exams will also be announced separately. Please read-on to find out details about the JEE Main Result Declaration Date, Score normalization procedure and Process to check the JEE Main 2019 Results online here.

JEE Main Result 2019

JEE Main Result 2019 – Date of Declaration

The formal exam notification has confirmed that JEE Mains April Result 2019 for admission to engineering programmes offered by IITs, NITs and CFITs will be released on or before 30th April 2019. For the JEE Main II or the Phase II of the JEE Main, which will be conducted on April, the JEE Main Result 2019 will be announced on 30th April 2019. Students who have registered and appeared for the engineering entrance exam in April 2019 will be able to check their JEE Main Results online on the official website jeemain.nic.in. 

JEE Main Result 2019 – Important Dates

Following are the important dates for JEE Main 2019 Result for both Phase 1 as well as Phase 2:

JEE Main 2019 Result

Phase I

Phase II

JEE Main 2019 exam date

08 to 12 Jan 2019

06 to 20 Apr 2019

JEE Main 2019 Paper 2 will be held on

8th Jan 2019

 

Declaration of result

31st Jan 2019

30th April 2019

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Steps to check JEE Mains Result 2019

Engineering aspirants who have appeared for the exam and are expecting their JEE Mains 2019 April Results on 30th April, can follow the simple steps given below to Download JEE Main Result 2019 online from the official website jeemain.nic.in.

  • Step 1: Find the direct link to JEE mains result at the top of this page / here
  • Step 2: Provide and validate the details provided in the form
  • Step 3: Click on submit to get your JEE mains results 2019
  • Step 4: Save and download your scorecard

After checking their JEE Main Result 2019 online, engineering exam aspirants will be able to save a copy of their JEE Main 2019 Scorecard on their system in PDF format. The offline copy of the JEE Main 2019 Result can be used for further reference and during the application, screening and JEE Main 2019 counselling process after the declaration of the results.

What will JEE Main Result 2019 Contain?

The JEE Main 2019 Result will be released in the form of a scorecard. The JEE Main scorecard for 2019 will consists of marks scored by the candidate i.e. for each of the three subjects as well as the total marks. The JEE Main scorecard 2019 will contain the marks scored by the candidates in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics Subjects. In addition to this, the scorecard will also contain the following information about the JEE Main 2019 candidate:

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Candidate’s Roll Number
  • Date of Birth
  • Candidate’s Parents Name
  • State code of eligibility
  • Category and Nationality
  • Subject-wise NTA scores
  • Total NTA scores obtained in first attempt

NTA JEE Main Results 2019 – Normalization Process

This year, the JEE Main Exam is being conducted in two Phases i.e. Phase 1 in January and Phase 2 in April. In order to derive a common merit list and JEE Mains Rank List, the NTA will follow a normalization of scores process. The percentile scores for all the candidates that appear for JEE Main 2019 will be prepared using the normalization process. Let’s try and understand what is the normalization process and how JEE Main 2019 Result scores will be calculated using it.

  • As per the official notification of the NTA for JEE Main 2019, the following normalization process would be followed to compile JEE Main Result 2019.
  • Classification of candidates into four different sessions
  • Each session to have equal number of candidates
  • Session-wise JEE Main Result 2019 will be compiled in three forms i.e.
    • Raw Score
    • Percentile Score
    • Total Percentile
  • The Percentile scores for the Total Raw Score for all the four sessions (for instance, Session-1: Day-1 Shift-1, Session2: Day-1 Shift-2, Session-3: Day-2 Shift-1 and Session-4: Day-2 Shift-2) will then be merged and will be called as NTA scores.
  • This NTA Score will be used for compilation of result and preparation of overall Merit List / Ranking.
  • The Raw Score and the Percentile score will be calculated separately for the three subjects for each session. Check the image below.

JEE Mains Result 2019 - Percentile Score

In line with the other entrance exams like the CAT MBA entrance exam, this year, the JEE Main exam result will also be announced in terms of percentile. The JEE Main Percentile score will be calculated by ranking the performance of one candidate against all the others who have appeared for the examination. Simply put, the percentile score for JEE Main 2019 Result describes the comparative position of the candidate with regards to all the candidates who have appeared for the examination.

For instance, if 100 candidates appeared in the JEE Main exam and you managed to score more marks as compared to the 99 other candidates, you would secure 99 percentile.

JEE Mains Result 2019 - Raw Score

JEE Main Raw Score is basically the marks that are scored by the candidates in the examination. The marks listed as raw score in JEE Main Result 2019 are secured by the candidates as per the marking scheme of the exam as notified by the National Testing Agency / NTA. As per the JEE Main 2019 marking scheme, candidates are awarded 4 marks for each correct answer and 1 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer. This, the final JEE Main 2019 Result raw score would be the final figure that is obtained by adding the marks awarded for all the correct answers and deducting the marks for incorrect answers from them.

Preparation of JEE Main 2019 Merit List / JEE Main Rank List

NTA will follow the following process for the compilation of the JEE Main 2019 Results and JEE Main 2019 Rank or Merit list.

Step 1: Compilation of NTA Score for Phase 1 (January)

The JEE Main 2019 Phase 1 Exam was conducted in multi-sessions. Therefore, the NTA will also compile the JEE Mains Result 2019 for the Phase 1 in multiple sessions. The NTA score for each session will be compiled on the basis of Raw scores obtained by the candidates. The result will comprise the four NTA scores for each of the three subjects (Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry) and the total for the first attempt.

Step 2: Compilation of NTA Score for Phase 2 (April)

Similarly, the JEE Main Result for Phase 2 i.e. the exam which was conducted in the April will be compiled using the same method followed in the Phase 1. The NTA score for Phase 2 will be calculated session-wise on the basis of Raw scores of the test-takers. The result will be displayed by calculating the NTA scores for all the sessions merged together.

Step 3: Preparation of JEE Main 2019 Result and JEE Main 2019 Merit List

Based on the NTA Scores of Phase 1 (January Exam) and Phase 2 (April Exam) will be used to prepare the final JEE Main 2019 Result and the JEE Main Merit List for 2019. For the candidates who have appeared for both, Phase 1 and Phase 2 exams, the best of the two NTA Scores will be considered for the preparation of the merit list. 

JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 (B.Tech / B.E) Result - Tie Breaker Criteria

In case two candidates secure the equal marks in the JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Result, the following tie-breaker formula will be applied to prepare the merit list:

  • Step 1: Candidate with higher marks in Mathematics will be ranked higher in the merit
  • Step 2: For candidates who score equal marks in Mathematics, candidate with higher marks in Physics will be ranked higher in the merit
  • Step 3: For candidates who secure equal marks in Maths and Physics, candidate with higher NTA score in Chemistry will be ranked higher in the merit
  • Step 4: If the tie is still unresolved, candidate older in age will be taken into consideration

JEE Main 2019 Paper 2 Result – Tie Breaker Criteria

Similar to the JEE Main Paper 1, for JEE Main Paper 2 Result as well, the tie-breaker formula will be as follows:

  • Step 1: Candidate scoring higher in the Aptitude Test will be ranked higher in the merit list
  • Step 2: For candidates who have equal marks in the Aptitude test, candidate higher marks in Drawing test will be ranked higher in the merit
  • Step 3: If the tie is still unresolved, candidate older in age will be taken into consideration

Admission Process to IITs, NITs and CFITs through JEE Main 2019 Result

JEE Main Result 2019 will serve as the gateway for admission to the premier technology institutes of the country, especially the IITs, NITs and CFITs. Admissions to these premier tech-schools are offered through Centralized counselling process conducted by the Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB). The CSAB uses JEE Main 2019 Rank List or the All India Rank of the candidates to shortlist candidates for admission process. Additionally, candidates also have to fulfil the eligibility criteria of scoring at least 75% marks in 12th Board Exam (65% for Reserved Category Students) to be shortlisted for admission to IITs, NITs and CFITs.

JEE Main 2019 Cutoffs

As of now, NTA has not released any official JEE Main 2019 cutoff for admission to engineering colleges. But, in order to get an idea about the expected JEE Main 2019 cutoffs, candidates and test-takers can refer to the JEE Main Cutoffs of last year. 

Category

No of Qualifying Candidates

Maximum Marks

Minimum Marks

General

1,11,275

350

74

OBC-NCL

65,313

73

45

SC

34,425

73

29

ST

17.256

73

24

PWD

2,765

73

-35

JEE Main 2019 Result – Counselling Process

As mentioned above, the Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) will conduct a centralized counselling process to shortlist and select candidates for admission to various premier technology schools. These include IITs, NITs and CFITs. The Board conducts multiple rounds of counselling to ensure smooth seat allocation process for all the participating institutes. The counselling process is done on the basis of JEE Main 2019 Merit List or JEE Main 2019 Rank.

JEE Main Result Analysis for Last Year

Last year, the JEE Main Exam was held in both online and offline format. The online exam was held at 258 cities while the offline test was held at 113 cities. The statistical highlights of JEE Main Result of last year is given below:

Description

Boys

Girls

Transgender

Total

Total number of candidates registered for Paper 1

815005

32007

2

1135088

Candidates registered for offline examination

639205

258559

2

897766

Candidates registered for online examination

175800

61518

237318

Candidates appeared for offline examination

615242

247321

1

857564

Candidates appeared for online examination

161718

55039

216755

Candidates qualified for appearing in JEE Advanced

180331

50693

231024

JEE Main Toppers for Last Year

Name of the candidate

State

Marks obtained

AIR

Suraj Krishna Bhogi

Andhra Pradesh

350

1

KVR Hemant Kumar Chodipilli

Andhra Pradesh

350

2

ParthLaturia

Rajasthan

350

3

PranavGoyal

Haryana

350

4

GattuMytraya

Telangana

350

5

PawanGoyal

Rajasthan

350

6

BhaskarArun Gupta

Rajasthan

350

7

BakarapuBharath

Andhra Pradesh

345

8

Simranpreet Singh Saluja

Delhi

345

9

GosulaVinayakShrivardhan

Telangana

341

10

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Board Result News/Updates

  • Published on: 2019-01-23 13:45

    JEE Main 2019 - National Testing Agency has released the final answer key for JEE Main 2019. Wring Questions were dropped and full marks were awarded for them, check further details here.