JEE MAIN 2020 RANK PREDICTOR
NATIONAL LEVEL ONLINE TEST
Predict your suitable college options using JEE Main College Predictor. JEE Main Rank Predictor covers over 907 B.tech colleges and 25 B.Arch colleges. JEE Main 2020 Qualifying Cut Off for JEE Advanced is 90.3 Percentile for General Category Students while the cut-off for reserved categories ranges from 39-72, check detailed report at JEE Main Cut off
|Rank Range||College||Home State Quota||Other Quota||Fees|
|1- 5317||NIT Trichy||50%||No||1.61 Lakhs|
|109-14757||IIIT Allahabad||No||No||1.34 Lakhs|
|573-1187||IIIT Hyderabad||-||No||3 Lakhs|
(*Data has been seggregated as per CSE branch)
|Rank Range for HS||Rank Rang for OS||College||EWS quota||Fees|
|287-400||236- 272||NIT WARANGAL||10%||94,500|
|1071-1102||246-248||NIT Surathkal||10%||1.51 Lakhs|
|1356-1551||463-482||NIT Rourkela||10%||1.78 Lakhs|
|938-2058||126-165||NIT Tiruchirappalli||10%||1.61 Lakhs|
|4623-5171||1038-1090||NIT Durgapur||10%||1.49 Lakhs|
|3427-5233||1520-1691||NIT Silchar||10%||1.48 Lakhs|
Candidates can follow the given steps to explore their college options based on thier JEE Main Rank 2020.
Following details need to be entered by the candidate:
After entering the details, candidate need to click on “Predict Now”
State: Use this filter to narrow down the searches based on your preferred location for colleges.
Cutoff Quota: You can also filter out the results as per the HS Quota and OS Quota. Under Home State (HS) Quota, the seats are reserved for applicants based on their state of eligibility i.e. the state from where you appeared in 12th class exam. Under the Other State (OS) Quota, seats are reserved for candidates beyond home state.
Substream: As engineering program (B.E/ B.Tech) is divided into various substreams like Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering etc. Certain streams demand high marks and cut off, candidates have to prepare well to target their desired stream. Rank predictor provides a list of colleges as per these substreams.
City: This filter can be used to select colleges as per their location. Candidates having preference as per location can seek out colleges based on their preference.
Degree Type: We have 4 options to make the results degree specific – B.E/B.Tech, B.Arch, B.Sc and B.Planning. Colleges offering these particular streams are mentioned under this option.
With the help of your rank and using the previous year cut off records of colleges all over India, JEE Main college predictor provides you a list of colleges that will be willing to take you based on your JEE Main Rank. You can narrow down your results for available colleges using various filters as explained above. Some of the advantages of using JEE Main College Predictor are as follows:
With the conclusion of JEE Main 2020 September and the announcement of results, JEE Main College Predictor can be highly useful in curbing down the confusion of the candidates regarding their suitable colleges. All the best!
Question: Are the results from college predictor reliable?
Ans. The results from JEE Main College Predictor are based on the previous years’ admission cut offs of various participating colleges. The college predictor provides an expected range of available colleges post analysing the past trends and the rank entered by you, and therefore it is a reliable tool to explore your college options.
Question: How many seats are available through JoSAA for JEE Main Rank Holders 2020?
Ans. JoSAA has released the information on number of seats available at IITs. NITs, IIITs and GFTIs for JEE Main 2020 candidates for the academic session 2021. This year JoSAA shall conduct counselling for a total of 50,798 seats available at 110 institutes accepting JEE Main 2020 score i.e. 23 IITs, 31 NITs, IIEST Shibpur, 26 IIITs and 29 Other-GFTIs.
Question: Are only NITs and IITs covered by JEE Main College Predictor?
Ans. No, JEE Main Rank Predictor covers over 907 B.tech colleges and 25 B.Arch colleges, and the generated results are not limited to IITs and NITs. The data for admission cut offs of suitable private colleges has also been covered by Collegedunia’s rank predictor.
Question: What is the qualifying cut off for JEE Main 2020?
Ans. JoSAA has released the qualifying cut off for JEE Main 2020:
|Common Rank List (CRL)||90.3765335|
|Economically Weaker Section (EWS)||70.2435518|
|Other Backward Class (OBC-NCL)||72.8887969|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||50.1760245|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||39.0696101|
|People with Disabilities (PwD)||0.0618524|
Question: What are the qualifying marks for JEE Main Paper 2?
Ans. JEE Main Paper 2 has no minimum qualifying marks. The cut-off is generally based on the number of JEE Main Paper 2 candidates and their performance in the examination. The rank you obtain in this paper is important. As evident by the pattern of the previous years, if you obtain a score of 70% and above, you may get admission to any top B.Arch course.
Question: Will I get admission in an NIT with 80 percentile in JEE Main 2020?
Ans. You have scored a decent percentile in JEE Mains, and it is quite possible you might get admission into a good NIT. To get further information on which colleges you might get, you can check JEE Main Cut off for NITs
Question: When will JoSAA start the counselling process for JEE Main 2020?
Ans. JoSAA has released the counselling schedule, as per the notification released, the registration and choice filling process will start from October 6, 2020. Joint Seat Allocation Authority conducts the Counselling and Seat Allocation Process for 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 25 IIITs, and 28 Other-GFTIs.