JEE Advanced Result 2017


JEE Advanced Result 2017 has been announced on Sunday 11th June 2017 on the official website. Sarvesh Mehtani from Chandigarh topped the exam by scoring 339 marks out of 366.

In a recent development, the IIT experts had an internal review meet on question papers has decided to award 11 bonus marks for 3 ambiguous questions where 2 questions were from Mathematics and 1 question was from Physics section.For the engineering aspirants around the country, the next step after JEE mains exam would be in the form of the JEE Advanced exam.The Indian Institute of Technology Madras is in charge of conducting the JEE Exam for providing admission to the Bachelor’s, Dual degree and Integrated Master’s programmes (from 10+2 onwards) in the IITs.

The IIT Madras would publish the All India Ranks (AIR) category wise of all the candidates who have successfully cleared the test.

How to check JEE Advanced Result 2017:

How to Check Results

-Visit the official website for JEE Advanced Exam

-Click the link for results

-Input the registration number and relevant details in the mentioned format

-Click the submit button to display the results

The IIT Madras conducts the advanced exam two phases. As the first phase would be between 9 AM to 12 PM, the second phase will be held from 2 PM to 5 PM. Both the papers have to be attempted by the aspirants mandatorily.

This year, the admit cards were availed by the aspirants from 10th May and the download option was active until May 21st 9 AM.

There are 23 IITs that select candidates into the B.Tech programmes offered by them after clearing the advanced exam.

About IIT:

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are the premier institutes set up by institutions of national Acts of Parliament for bringing excellence in education. Courses provided by them include undergraduate courses leading to a Bachelor’s and Integrated Master Dual Degree in Architecture, Engineering, Sciences or Pharmaceutics.

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