JEE Main Result 2019 - National Testing Agency (NTA) will release JEE Main result 2019 April attempt on April 30 for Paper 1 while Paper 2 result will be declared on May 15. Candidates will be able to check their scores via the result of JEE Main 2019 by logging in using their application number and date of birth or password. The JEE Main result 2019 will be available in online mode only and won’t be dispatched to candidates. Since the exam is conducted in various shifts, the raw marks will be converted into percentile scores using the normalization process released by NTA. The JEE Main 2019 result will show four scores one for each of the three subjects along with the total marks obtained by the candidate in the January session. NTA will release the merit list of JEE Main 2019 on April 30 in online mode which will be prepared through normalization procedure based on percentile score. Top institutes like NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs offer admission to B.Tech courses based on results. The JEE Main result 2019 will also contain the qualifying status of the candidate for JEE Advanced. Qualified candidates will be eligible for appearing in JEE Advanced 2019. To learn more about JEE Main 2019 results go through the rest of the article. Latest: JEE Main April 2019 Dates Announced, Paper 2 on April 7, Paper 1 on April 8, 9, 10 and 12 Latest:JEE Main April 2019 Admit Card is available from March 21
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NTA has closed the online application form of JEE Main 2019 April attempt examination on March 7. The JEE Main 2019 April exam will be conducted from April 7 to 12 in the morning and evening shift. JEE Main 2019 Paper 2 will be conducted on April 7 while Paper 1 will be conducted on April 8, 9, 10 and 12.
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Until last year JEE Main was conducted by CBSE, but from this year, the entrance exam is being conducted by NTA and that too in computer-based mode only. In another major change, the JEE Main 2019 will now be conducted twice a year – once in January and again in April. The result of JEE Main 2019 for April attempt will be declared on April 30.
Important Dates related to JEE Main Result 2019
JEE Main January exam
January 9,10,11 and 12 (Concluded)
Release of Provisional Answer Key
January 15, 2019
Release of FinalAnswer Key
January 23, 2019 (For Paper 1) January 31, 2019 (For Paper 2)
Declaration of January Paper 1 Result (Announced)
January 19, 2019
Declaration of Paper 2 Result (Announced)
January 31, 2019
JEE Main April exam
Paper 2- April 7 Paper 1- April 8, 9, 10 and 12
Release of Answer Key and OMR Sheets
To be notified
Declaration of April Result
Paper 1-April 30, 2019 Paper 2- May 15, 2019
How to check JEE Main 2019 Result
Click on the result link
Log-in to JEE Main result portal using following details:
JEE Main application number
Date of birth or password
Upon successful log-in, the result of JEE Main 2019 would be displayed on screen in the form of scores.
Download the result of and take a printout, as it will be required for future admission processes, including JEE Main counselling.
Details included in JEE Main Result 2019
The JEE Main 2019 result will contain the following information:
Name of the candidate
Date of birth
Name of the candidate’s parents
State code of eligibility
Category and Nationality
Subject-wise NTA scores
Total NTA scores obtained in first attempt.
Candidates who will appear in both the attempts- The score card for the candidates who will appear in both the attempts will be declared on April 30 along with the rank list. The four NTA scores for each of the candidates in Paper-1 of JEE Main 2019 for the first attempt as well as for the second attempt will be merged for compilation of result and preparation of overall Merit List. The best of the two NTA scores will be considered for further processing.
JEE Main 2019 Result-cum-Score Card looks like the image below
How to calculate JEE Main result (or rank) using answer keys
The exam conducting body will release the JEE Main 2019 April attempt answer key and OMR sheets after the exam is conducted. Using these items, the candidates will be able to calculate their probable scores and in turn assess their chances of getting admission to an institute or course of their choice. When calculating probable scores, the candidates must strictly follow the marking scheme of the exam as outlined in JEE Main 2019 exam pattern.
For every correct answer, the candidate will be awarded 4 marks
In case of incorrect attempt, 1 mark will be deducted
Using the OMR sheets, the candidate will be able to calculate the total number of correct and incorrect attempts. Next calculate the total positive and negative marks. The total score can be found by deducting the total negative marks from the total positive marks.
Total positive marks = (Total correct attempts) x 4
Total negative marks = (Total incorrect attempts) x 1
Total JEE Main Score = Total positive marks – Total negative marks
How is inter-se merit determined?
In case of a tie when two or more candidates obtain equal Total NTA Score in JEE Main 2019, inter-se merit of such candidates shall be determined in following order:
NTA score of raw mark in Mathematics
NTA score of raw mark in Physics
NTA score of raw mark in Chemistry
Candidates older in age
If the resolution is not possible after this criterion, candidates will be given the same rank
JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 Toppers who scored 100 percentile:
Important information included on the result is the qualifying cutoff of JEE Main 2019. Only those candidates who meet or score above the JEE Main 2019 qualifying cutoff will be eligible to appear in JEE Advanced 2019, or else they will be disqualified. Please note that the cutoff of JEE Main is prepared based on factors like number of applicants, availability of seats, and also past trends.
The qualifying JEE Main cutoff 2019 will only be available after declaration of result, so candidates may refer the cutoffs of previous years’ to get an idea how much they might need to score.
JEE Main 2018 Qualifying Cutoff
Common Rank List
As the table above shows, last year a total of 231024 candidates qualified for JEE Advanced. Candidates must note that the figure is flexible, as in 2017 only 224000 had qualified in the exam.
NTA will prepare the rank list of JEE Main 2019 based on the four NTA scores.The scores for the first attempt as well as for the second attempt will be merged for compilation of result and preparation of overall Merit List / Rank list.Best of the two NTA scores will be considered for the candidates who will give both the attempts of January and of April.
Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA), the sole body responsible for joint seat allocation, releases the seat allotment result in the form of ranks only. Now many candidates who plan to appear in JEE Main 2019 might have a specific score in their mind that they are targeting. But how do these candidates know the corresponding rank for that score. One way of finding out the rank for a particular score is get in tough with candidates who have themselves appeared in the exam. But it is a tedious exercise, and cannot be adopted to find out the corresponding ranks for a whole range of scores. So, in a bid to make the candidates’ job a bit easier, we bring you JEE Main ranks vs marks. While the comparison is not full proof, they are closer to the real thing.
JEE Main Marks Vs Rank
301 to 360
1 - 9
281 to 300
10 - 83
261 to 280
84 - 244
241 to 260
245 - 706
221 to 240
707 - 1755
201 to 220
1756 - 4163
181 to 200
4164 - 8997
161 to 180
8998 - 18371
141 to 160
18372 - 35928
121 to 140
35929 - 67649
101 to 120
67651 - 125722
81 to 100
125723 - 237034
61 to 80
237035 - 463443
41 to 60
463444 - 844544
21 to 40
844546 - 1093113
1 to 20
1093115 - 1121966
What is the difference between Percentage and Percentile score
Many of us have made the mistake of assuming percentage and percentile to be the same thing, when in fact they are different. For example, one of the eligibility criteria for admission at the NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs is candidates must be placed inside the top 20 percentile of respective boards (10+2 exam) to be eligible for admission. Now unless the candidates knows what percentile means, there are chances mistakes may happen. That is why we have thought it prudent to explain the difference between the two terms.
Difference between percentage and percentile
Percentage = marks obtained / total marks x 100
Percentile = 100 x Number of candidates in the group with aggregate marks less than that obtained by the candidate/ Total number of candidates in the group
For the purpose of admission, category-wise top 20 percentiles are accepted. This means the top 20 percentile list will be different for general, OBC, ST and PwD categories.
Take for example, if the total number of candidates who have registered in a particular board is 14111 and total number of candidates who appeared in the entrance exam is 13991, then, then the percentile will be calculated as:
Percentile of a student who has scored 50% marks in the Board where 2250 candidates have scored below him
Percentile score for 50% marks in the Board will be calculated as 2250 x 100/ 13991 = 16.081
Subject-combination for calculating top 20 percentile
The subject combination for calculating top 20 percentile will vary depending on whether the candidate wants to get admission in B.Tech courses or B.Arch courses.
A. Subject-combination for B.Tech courses
For calculating top 20 percentile for candidates belonging to this category, the following five subject combination will be accepted.
Any one of (Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Technical Vocational Subject
Any other subject
Note: In a candidate has studies 6 subjects in the qualifying exam, in such cases the better of the fifth or sixth will be considered.
B. Subject combination for B.Arch/B.Plan
The following subject combination will be considered for calculating the top 20 percentile for admission to B.Arch/B.Planning courses:
Any other four subjects.
JEE Main 2018 Statistics
No. of Boys
No. of Girls
Total Candidates Registered for Paper 1
Candidates Registered for Offline Exam
Candidates Registered for Online Exam
Candidates Appeared for Offline Exam
Candidates Appeared for Online Exam
Candidates Qualified for Appearing in JEE Advanced
Previous Year's JEE Main Seat Matrix
Total Number of Seats
Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIITs)