JEE Main 2019 Result Released- Check your Marks Now.

JEE Main 2019 result is declared by NTA on April 29, 2019. Candidates can check the JEE Main result on the official website (jeemain.nic.in) using their roll number and Date of Birth (format dd/mm/yyyy). In the JEE Main result page, candidates will get scores details. As informed by NTA, the percentile scored will be calculated up to seven decimal places to avoid ties.

In JEE Main 2019 April session exam, 24 candidates have secured 100 percentile in that four students each are from Telangana and Rajasthan.The cut off eligibility for JEE Advanced is 89.75 percentile.

In JEE Main April 2019 exam, over 9.35 lakh aspirants appeared for the entrance exam, whereas in JEE Main January session over 9.29 lakh aspirants appeared.

  • The NTA will release the scores of the JEE Main along with the scorecard on their official website where the candidates will be able to download the results for future reference.
  • Both the results of Paper 1 and Paper 2 will is released on the official website of NTA.
  • Normalisation process will be used to calculate the final scores of JEE Main 2019, which is a change from the usual procedure followed so far by CBSE.

Summary of the JEE Main 2019 Exam

Number of candidates appeared April 2019 JEE Main Exam 8,81,096
Unique Registrations in Jan and April 2019 12,37,892
Unique Candidates appeared in Jan and April 2019 11,47,125

Important Dates for JEE Main 2019

The candidates must keep important dates in mind. These dates are essential for the engineering aspirants as they get to know about the JEE Main result.

The important dates for JEE result for January and April sessions are as follows:

JEE Main 2019(January)

Exam: January JEE Main 2019

9th, 10th, 11th and 12th January 2019

Answer Key and OMR sheets (Provisional) released on

23rd January 2019 (For Paper 1)

31st January 2019 (For Paper 2)

Declaration of Final Results

19th January 2019 (For Paper 1)

31st January 2019 (For Paper 2)

JEE Main 2019(April)

Exam: April JEE Main 2019

7th to 21st April 2019

Answer Key and OMR sheets released on

After April 21 2019

Declaration of Final Results

30th April 2019 ((For Paper 1)

15th May 2019 (For Paper 2)

JEE Main 2019 Scorecard

The scorecard of JEE Main result gives a proper evaluation to students and also helps them prepare in a better way if they fail to acquire the desired rank in the first go. The scorecard includes the following details:

  • Name of the Candidate: The candidates are advised to check for proper name and spelling.
  • Roll Number: The candidates for any mistakes should thoroughly check this.
  • Date of birth
  • Names of the Parents of the Candidate
  • State Code that represents the candidate’s eligibility to appear from a particular state.
  • Nationality and whether the candidate belongs to a general or reserved category.
  • NTA scores mentioned subject wise.
  • Total NTA score of the candidate appearing for the first attempt

If a candidate has appeared twice, then the final score will be declared along with the results of the April session. The scores obtained by the candidate in Paper I in both the attempts will be taken into consideration and then merged to prepare the final scorecard. The rank list will be declared accordingly. The best of both the NTA final scores will be taken into consideration for the preparation of the final score.

JEE Main 2019 Cutoff

The cutoff marks are the main factor in determining whether the candidate will be progressing to the next round of the examination that is the JEE Advanced. The cutoff marks for each year varies according to the question pattern, difficulty level of the questions and the number of candidates appearing for the examination versus the number of seats available in the colleges. The final cut off for JEE Main 2019 will be declared after the declaration of the final results. Meanwhile, the candidates can take a look at the cutoff marks of the previous years to get a fair idea of qualifying numbers.

JEE Main Previous Year's Cutoff Trends

JEE Main 2018 Trend

Category

Maximum Marks

Minimum Marks

Qualified Candidates

General

350

74

111275

OBC-NCL

73

45

65313

SC

73

29

34425

ST

73

24

17256

PwD

73

-35

2755

Total

   

231024

JEE Main 2017 Trend

Category

Cut Off Marks

General

81

OBC-NCL

49

SC

32

ST

27

PwD

1

Total Number of Qualified Candidates

224000

How is Percentile Calculated in JEE Main 2019?

An essential part of the marking and ranking procedure of the JEE Main is the way to calculate the percentile. A common mistake observed among the candidates is that they do not understand the difference between percentage and percentile. The JEE Main score is calculated based on percentile. The candidate must be on the top 20 percentile list of their respective 10+2 boards to qualify for the examination. Here is a simple procedure that can help candidates understand how to calculate the percentile of their scores and learn the difference between percentage and percentile.

The percentage is calculated as:

Percentage = Marks Obtained by the Candidate/ Full Marks x 100

Percentile is calculated as:

Percentile = Number of candidates in the same group as the candidate in question with aggregate scores less than that of the candidate/ Total number of candidates in the same group x 100

Process of normalisation

Normalisation helps make sure that students across boards get equal weightage in the exam. Irrespective of the boards, they won’t have to face difficulties in the calculation of marks obtained by them in the exam. One can refer to the rank predictor for rank calculation.

JEE Main (January) 2019 Toppers

The NTA has declared the list of toppers according to the JEE Main Paper I result and JEE Main Paper II result. Each year there is a different trend in the results with toppers appearing from different states with outstanding percentiles. The candidates can take a look at the toppers from both the papers, mentioned state wise.

Toppers of JEE Main (January) 2019 Paper I

S. No.

Name of the Candidate

Application No.

State Code Of Eligibility

1

Dhruv Arora

190310086378

Madhya Pradesh

2

Raj Aryan Agrawal

190310096437

Maharashtra

3

Adelly Sai Kiran

190310126508

Telangana

4

Bojja Chetan Reddy

190310131614

Andhra Pradesh

5

Sambit Behera

190310139257

Rajasthan

6

Naman Gupta

190310150035

Uttar Pradesh

7

Yindukuri Jayanth Phani Sai

190310166518

Telangana

8

Vishwanth K

190310167837

Telangana

9

Himanshu Gaurav Singh

190310204122

Uttar Pradesh

10

Kevin Martin

190310208678

Karnataka

11

Shubhankar Gambhir

190310240908

Rajasthan

12

Battepati Karthikeya

190310244684

Telangana

13

Ankit Kumar Misra

190310324762

Maharashtra

14

Jayesh Singla

190310378068

Punjab

15

Gupta Kartikey Chandresh

190310597090

Maharashtra

Toppers of JEE Main (January) 2019 - State Wise

S. No.

Name of the Candidate

State Code Of Eligibility

Final Score (Percentile)

1

Shubhanshu Prasad

Andaman And Nicobar Island

98.7250736

2

Bojja Chetan Reddy

Andhra Pradesh

100.0000000

3

Prince Kumar Gupta

Arunachal Pradesh

98.8802243

4

Pradipta Parag Bora

Assam

99.9963677

5

Abhishek Kumar

Bihar

99.9771914

6

Dishank Jindal

Chandigarh

99.9972510

7

Rishabh Bhatnagar

Chhattisgarh

99.9727580

8

Vishwajeet Deshmukh

Dadra And Nagar Haveli

98.8751498

9

Ashmit Singh

Daman & Diu

99.3978968

10

Navneet Jindal

Delhi

99.9990830

11

Ananya Amancherla

Foreign/OCI/PIO/Nepal/Bhutan

99.8928714

12

Jaiprakash Suresh Gurav

Goa

99.9872898

13

Raghav Somani

Gujarat

99.9907511

14

Ashutosh Singla

Haryana

99.9981753

15

Sarthak Gupta

Himachal Pradesh

99.8950807

16

Aman Yadav

Jammu And Kashmir

99.9789101

17

Ankit Kumar Jain

Jharkhand

99.9899608

18

Kevin Martin

Karnataka

100.0000000

19

Vishnu Vinod

Kerala

99.9990801

20

Abdul Javad Pa

Lakshadweep

88.3358227

21

Dhruv Arora

Madhya Pradesh

100.0000000

22

Ankit Kumar Misra

Maharashtra

100.0000000

23

Gupta Kartikey Chandresh

Maharashtra

100.0000000

24

Raj Aryan Agrawal

Maharashtra

100.0000000

25

Laishram Prince Singh

Manipur

97.5009989

26

Gourav Kumar

Meghalaya

99.8872894

27

Akash Jyoti Sahoo

Mizoram

94.5211630

28

Kartikeya Chandra

Nagaland

96.7983937

29

Sibasis Nayak

Odisha

99.9844902

30

Chirantandip Mahanta

Puducherry

99.7827873

31

Jayesh Singla

Punjab

100.0000000

32

Shubhankar Gambhir

Rajasthan

100.0000000

33

Sambit Behera

Rajasthan

100.0000000

35

Rahul Gupta

Sikkim

99.1418764

36

Gaurav P

Tamil Nadu

99.9935610

37

Adelly Sai Kiran

Telangana

100.0000000

38

Yindukuri Jayanth Phani Sai

Telangana

100.0000000

39

Battepati Karthikeya

Telangana

100.0000000

40

Vishwanth K

Telangana

100.0000000

41

Shayandeep Bhaumik

Tripura

99.7457412

42

Himanshu Gaurav Singh

Uttar Pradesh

100.0000000

43

Naman Gupta

Uttar Pradesh

100.0000000

44

Pallav Semwal

Uttarakhand

99.9556053

45

Shaswata Dutta

West Bengal

99.9972491

Toppers of JEE Main (January) 2019 Paper II

Name of the Candidate

Application No.

Score (Percentile)

Gollapudi N Lakshmi Narayana

190310031218

100 percentile

Gudla Raghunandan Reddy

190310155658

100 percentile

JEE Main 2019 Inter-Se Merit Rule

There might be a case of a tie between the final scores of two or more candidates which will result in the candidates obtaining the same rank. The inter-se merit rule resolves this issue.

In case of JEE Main Paper I, the following order of marks are taken into account to determine the rank:

  • Raw marks in Mathematics section
  • Raw marks in Physics section
  • Raw marks in Chemistry section
  • Candidate of older age

In case of JEE Main Paper II, the following order of marks are taken into account to determine the rank:

  • Raw Marks in Aptitude section
  • Raw Marks in Drawing section
  • Candidate of older age

In spite of following these rules, if the examiners fail to arrive at a concrete decision, then both the candidates will be rewarded the same rank.

How to Check JEE Main Result 2019

Knowing the guidelines of how to check JEE Main result will come in handy. The board has made the website extremely user-friendly.

Even candidates from the remotest areas with limited access and knowledge of computers can check their scores on the official website of NTA.  

  • Candidates are required to log in to the official website.
  • Candidates must enter the JEE Main Application Number as mentioned in their form.
  • Candidates must enter their password or date of birth.
  • In case the candidate has forgotten or lost the password then he or she can click on the “Forgot password” option. It will lead to a mail on the registered mail ID where the new password can be set.

The page displaying the scorecard will appear on the screen upon successful login.

FAQs Regarding JEE Main Results

1. Can a candidate challenge the answer key released by the NTA?

Yes, the candidate can object to a particular answer in the official answer key of the NTA. The candidate needs to log in on the official website of NTA and click on the challenge answer key button. He/she has to pay a sum of rupees 1000 for each doubt.

2. Which documents must be brought for counselling?

The downloaded rank card must be brought to the counselling centre at the time of counselling. The candidate from the official website can download the rank card.

3. Is the scorecard and rank card different? Do we need both for counselling purpose?

The scorecard and the rank card are different. They contain separate information regarding the results of the candidate in the JEE Mains 2019.

The scorecard contains all the details of the results including the qualifying status, score, rank and other credentials. The rank card contains the All India Rank or AIR obtained by the candidate along with the category ranks in the respective categories.

The rank card is required at the time of counselling since it contains the All India Rank of the candidate. It can be downloaded from the website by entering the roll number and password or date of birth.

4. Which rule will be followed if two candidates get the same score.

The inter-se merit rule will be followed to determine the rank with separate rules for Paper 1 and Paper 2.

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