Check JEE Main Results 2017 and Download Score Card

Presently Students Can Check, for CBSE Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main Result 2017 on 27th April 2017. Applicants Can Check Result for JEE Main Which will be Released at whatever time on April 27. The outcome will Be Attached With competitor’s Score and Rank Card in JEE Main 2017. The outcome will likewise convey a hopeful’s JEE Advanced status, that is if the applicant is fit the bill for showing up in JEE Advanced or not. The rank will contain the hopefuls All India Rank (AIR) and All India classification rank.

The outcomes to be distributed on Thursday and will incorporate the JEE (Main) Paper 1 score and rank and furthermore the rundown of main 2,20,000 competitors qualified for JEE (Advanced). To check the outcomes, a hopeful needs to sign on to the official site, and tap on the connection offering comes about. In the wake of giving the move number or enlistment number in the space gave and tapping on ‘present’, the outcomes will be shown.

Justify among competitors will be chosen according to higher stamps in arithmetic and material science and proportion of positive and negative imprints (applicant with a higher outright estimation of the proportion will be given better rank). The official answer keys and arrangement sheets of Paper 1 exam have as of now been made accessible on the official site since a week ago.

The selection test is held for admissions to Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) and National Institute of Technology (NIITs). Prior, the appropriate response keys and OMR reaction sheets for the 2017 exam was distributed on the JEE fundamental site recently.JEE Main scores for 2017 will be the reason for induction into organizations with specialized sources subsidized by the middle. These incorporate premium establishments, for example, the IITs and NITs, which is the reason the JEE Main outcome is considered of essentialness.

When hopefuls have been effective in their JEE Mains will be qualified to take the JEE Advanced exam 2017. Understudies can check comes about on the CBSE site, or today to know the amount they have scored. As per points of interest given by CBSE, the cut-off scores for JEE (Advanced) for General classification understudies was 100, while that of OBC understudies was 70. The cut off for SC applicants was 52 and ST competitors 48, as indicated by information discharged by CBSE.

Things to Note:

Applicants will get marks for Paper 1 and status of competitors meeting all requirements for JEE (Advanced). The rank will include All India Rank (AIR) and All India class rank.Score or rank card will be not be sent by and by to candidates.Students clearing the JEE Main examination will be qualified for application to JEE progressed for confirmation in IITs.Out of 1.3 million understudies partaking, just 2 lakhs are probably going to meet all requirements for JEE progressed. Good luck to all the students.