There is a positive update for the applicants of JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) who had written the JEE Mains 2016 CBT (online exam) Paper I on April 9 and 10 and JEE Mains 2016 paper I and II in offline mode, organized on April 3.
Conferring to mass media reports, the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) will announce the results on the 27th April. No hard copy or printout of score/result card will be dispatched to the candidates. Students are advised to check the official website of JEE for official result announcement.
Students can check their results on either of these websites
Cutoffs Of JEE Mains 2016
The cutoffs of JEE Mains 2016 are mentioned below which would be served as the qualifying score for JEE Advanced 2016.
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For the offline examinations around 12 lakh scholars appeared, according to news reports.
The Joint Engineering Entrance (JEE) Main exam is the test for the eligibility of JEE (Advanced) which the applicant has to take if he/she is aspiring for entrance to the undergraduate programs being presented by the various IIT. JEE Advanced exam for the which will be held on May 23, 2016, and the top 200,000 score getters in JEE Main will make the cut.
The registering processes for JEE Advanced 2016 are commencing from 29th April and will close on 4th May.
JEE Main Rank /Result card indicating CR (category rank), SR (State Rank) and AIR (All India Rank) with aggregate marks and the score in each exam will be accessible on the official website on the announcement of online result for admissions from the Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) to National Institute of Technology (NIT’s) / Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIT’s) / Central Funded Technical Institutes (CFTI’s) / SFI’s and others, only the All India Rank is used while other ranks are for informational purposes.
Students who have qualified JEE Mains 2016 are now eligible to apply for JEE Advanced, though students who could not clear would still be eligible to apply for other government colleges including the prestigious NITs. As the rank can only be calculated based on both board result and JEE Main scores. The candidates may have to wait till the board results are out to find out their All India Ranking.
Most of our students have made us proud with their JEE Main scores this year. We would like to Congratulate them and wish them Best of Luck for JEE Advanced. We would be releasing the list of shortlisted candidates in some time.
Our message to students who are disappointed with the result is to ‘work harder’ and ‘never give up’ as there are many state level and other Engineering entrance exams that are yet to be conducted.