The most awaited Results of the prestigious Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main 2017) has been declared today, of which the offline examination was held on 02/04/2017 while the online examination of JEE Main was held on 08/04/2017 and 09/04/2017.
The Grand Test
JEE Main 2017 was a 360 marks paper with 120 marks for Physics, Chemistry and Maths each. For each correct answer in the JEE Main 2017 paper, the candidate is awarded 4 marks each and for each wrong answer, 1 mark is deducted from the candidates' subtotal. Thus, the maximum marks that any candidate can score in JEE Main is 360 and the minimum marks that any candidate can score is -90. JEE Main 2017 will release different cut-offs for different categories like SC/ST/PWD/General.
After almost a month of waiting, the students are finally about to discover how well they had performed in the most crucial annual examination held in India till date. JEE Main 2017 received well over 10 lakh applications this year.
The wait is over. Decisions are to be made
The Results of JEE Main 2017 has been declared by CBSE which is responsible for conducting this yearly examination as well. More than 10 lakh students are competing for a sure place in the top 2,20,000 as only those candidates are eligible to appear for the second and final paper of JEE; the JEE Advanced.
The Results of JEE Main 2017 will hold the candidates' JEE Main 2017 score, JEE Main 2017 cut-off marks for the year and the rank obtained by the candidate in an All India basis, the AIR or All India Rank.
The students who have qualified for JEE Advanced by securing an all India rank within 2,00,000 in JEE Main but has not obtained the minimum marks required in board examination as prescribed by CBSE (75% for general category and 65% for SC/ST category) are not eligible to appear for JEE Advanced examination.
Unlike the previous years, the candidates' boards marks will not have a weightage in calculating the All India Rank of a candidate in JEE Main but the candidate must obtain the minimum percentage as assigned.
New rules and other norms set and made
Candidates must cross check with these regulations that the JEE Main marking system is based on. Candidates can check their JEE Main 2017 score by visiting their Official Website and entering their JEE Main roll number and Date of Birth. However, neither NIC nor CBSE undertake any responsibility for any inadvertent error published on the internet.