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JEE Main Result 2020 (Released): Scorecard, Percentile, Rank and Cutoff

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JEE Main Result for the April/September session has been announced. Candidates can check their result by entering their application number, date of birth, and security pin on the official website. JEE Main B.Tech Results were released on September 11, 2020. As per the reports, 24 candidates have made it to the 100 percentile score. 

Latest Update: JEE Main 2020 B.Arch and B.Planning Result has been released on Sept 18, 2020. Check here

Predict your JEE Main 2020 College

Top 2,50,000 test takers of JEE Main will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced 2020. Candidates can check their result by entering their application number, date of birth, and security pin. No scorecard/rank card will be sent to the candidates via post. As per the official notification, a total of 11 candidates scored a 100 percentile in JEE Main January 2020 Session. Check JEE Main 2020 Cut off

Direct Link to Check JEE Main 2020 Result 

JEE Main Result 2020 – Important Dates

The important dates regarding JEE Main 2020 Result are as follows:

Events Dates
JEE Main April Examination date (April Session) September 1 – 6, 2020
JEE Main April/September 2020 Result 

September 11, 2020 (Released)

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How to Check JEE Main Result?

How to Check JEE Main 2020 Result?

Steps to check the result of JEE Main 2020 and downloading the scorecard are as follows:

Step 1: Visit the official website of JEE Main i.e.

JEE Main Result

Step 2: Search for JEE Main 2020 Result and click on it. 

Step 3: Enter Application Number and Date of Birth along with the security pin. 

JEE Main Result

Step 4: Submit the details to check JEE Main Result 2020. 

Step 5: Save and download JEE Main result and scorecard for future correspondence.

JEE Main scorecard contains candidate’s personal details like roll no., name, date of birth, father’s name, category and state code of eligibility. Apart from this, the individual marks in each subject with total marks in JEE Main 2020 paper was mentioned in JEE Main Result page. The cut-off scores for JEE Advanced eligibility will also be shown as per the category.

JEE Main Score Card Sample

Sample of JEE Main Score Card/ Rank Card

JEEMainScorecard, JEEMainrankcard

  • Scorecard will not be sent via mail/ SMS/ post, it will be available online only through JEE Main portal. 
  • JEE Main rank card is a mandatory document for JEE Main Counselling.
  • It will carry the All India Rank, Candidate’s Name, Roll Number, Category wise rank and total marks obtained.

Forgot Roll Number?

  • Roll Number is mentioned in JEE Main Admit Card
  • If the admit card is not available, download it again from / OR 2020 by using Application Number and Password. 
  • In case, the application number is not accessible then check the email that was sent on registered email while applying for JEE Main 2020 through JEE Main login.
  • Application number and password can be retrieved using Forgot Password/ Forgot Application Number at 2020 session.

Details Mentioned on JEE Main 2020 Scorecard

Candidates can note that the following details will be mentioned in their scorecards:

  • Roll number
  • Name
  • Mother’s name
  • Father’s name
  • Category
  • Subcategory
  • State code of eligibility
  • Nationality
  • Marks obtained in JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 (Subject-wise and total)
  • All India Rank
  • Category rank
  • Cut off score for appearing in JEE Advanced 2020
  • Instructions

JEE Main Rank Calculation

JEE Main 2020 Rank Calculation

The result of JEE Main is determined using the process of normalization. Since the exam is held in various slots, the process of normalization of scores ensures that no aspirant is at a benefit or at loss due to this. JEE Main ranks are obtained on the basis of percentile score obtained in the exam.

JEE Main Percentile Score: Percentile score is obtained on the basis of all the aspirants appearing in the exam. A percentile score can be defined as a value below which a certain per cent of observations fall. 

"The Percentile Score indicates the percentage of candidates that have scored EQUAL TO OR BELOW (same or lower raw scores) that particular Percentile in that examination. Therefore the topper (highest score) of each session gets the same Percentile of 100 which is desirable. The marks obtained in between the highest and lowest scores are also converted to appropriate Percentiles."

Read how to calculate JEE Main 2020 Percentile Score?

Step-wise Procedure of Preparation of JEE Main Rank List

Step I: Preparation of JEE Main result involves the following:

  • JEE Main Raw score is calculated using the following formulae
JEE Main Raw Score = 4 marks x number of correct answers - number of wrong answers x 1
  • Along with the total score, for all the 3 subjects i.e. Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, the percentile score is calculated separately using the following formula:
JEE Main Score Calculation

Step II: Compilation of NTA Score and Preparation of Overall Merit/Rank List

The percentile scores for the total raw score of different sessions as calculated above would be merged and called the NTA scores which will then be used for compilation of result and preparation of overall Merit List/ Ranking. 

Candidates with equal total percentile score will be segregated using the tie resolving criteria. 

JEE Main 2020 Tie-Breaking Criteria 

The actual scores of candidates in JEE Main 2020 are used to calculate the ranks. AIR is affected directly by the scores obtained in JEE Main i.e. higher the scores, better the rank in Mains. In case, two or more candidates score equal marks, then the tie-breaking rule or inter-se-merit is applicable.

Tie-break criteria BE/B.Tech (other than IITs)

Higher Marks in Mathematics > Higher Marks in Physics > Higher Marks in Chemistry > Candidates older in Age 

Tie-break criteria for B.Arch (other than IITs)

Higher Marks in Mathematics > Higher Marks in Aptitude Test > Higher Marks in Drawing Test > Candidate with lesser negative responses > Candidates older in Age 

Tie-break criteria B. Planning (other than IITs)

Higher Marks in Mathematics > Higher Marks in Aptitude Test > Higher Marks in Planning Based Question > Candidate with lesser negative responses > Candidates older in Age 

Note: In case the tie is not broken, the candidates are given the same ranks while declaring JEE Main Result 2020.

Result Compilation and Display

Compilation and Display of JEE Main Results

Compilation of First Attempt Result

  • NTA  scores will be calculated corresponding to the raw scores.
  • The calculated NTA score will be merged for declaration of result.
  • The result shall comprilse of the four NTA scores for each of the three subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Maths) and the total for the first attempt.

Compilation of Second Attempt Result

  • Similarly, NTA  scores will be calculated corresponding to the raw scores.
  • The calculated NTA score will be merged for declaration of result.
  • The result shall comprilse of the four NTA scores for each of the three subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Maths) and the total for the second attempt.

Compilation of Result and Preparation of Merit List/ Ranking

The four NTA scores for each candidate for the first as well as the second attempt will be merged for the compilation of result and preparation of overall Merit List. Those who have taken both the attempts, their best of the two scores shall be taken for preparation of the rank list. 

JEE Main Score Vs Rank 2020

JEE Main Score Vs Rank 2020

Here’s an expected JEE Main Score Vs Rank range estimate for 2020 session:

Score range Rank range
285–300 Top 100
275 - 284 100 - 200
260 - 274 200 - 500
250 - 259 500 - 1000
240 - 249 1000 - 1500
220 - 239 1500 - 3500
200 - 219 3500 - 6000
180 - 199 6000 - 9500
150 -180 9500 - 15000
120 - 149 15000 - 35000
<120 More than 35000

JEE Main Marks vs Percentile

JEE Main Marks vs Percentile score

Candidates can refer to the table given below which gives JEE Main Marks vs Percentile score for 2019 session:

JEE Main Marks Percentile
360 to 310 100 - 99.98724751
309 to 299 99.985572 - 99.9740296
298 to 288 99.97589128 - 99.96258028
287 to 278 99.96146328 - 99.94424276
277 to 268 99.94098483 - 99.91929629
267 to 258 99.91836545 - 99.89081262
257 to 248 99.88643768 - 99.84845946
247 to 238 99.84510844 - 99.79959043
237 to 228 99.79679791 - 99.73294238
227 to 218 99.73005678 - 99.65475193
217 to 208 99.64888765 - 99.55273201
207 to 198 99.54919482 - 99.43609792
197 to 188 99.4200875 - 99.28958392
187 to 178 99.26473052 - 99.07781811
177 to 168 99.06329703 - 98.85683701
167 to 158 98.82509541 - 98.55710695
157 to 148 98.53104347 - 98.20040957
147 to 138 98.14939961 - 97.75686494
137 to 128 97.69477799 - 97.17648701
127 to 118 97.13841571 - 96.41990133
117 to 108 96.35511496 - 95.49744019
107 to 98 95.42678954 - 94.40128456
97 to 88 94.19473145 - 92.74709113
87 to 78 92.61891464 - 90.64227869
77 to 68 90.42902355 - 87.34180397
67 to 58 87.34180397 - 82.68016383
57 to 48 81.92571907 - 75.39020758
47 to 38 74.13450619 - 64.11300382
37 to 28 62.88839244 - 49.28762915
27 to 18 49.01228707 - 33.08815042
17 to 1 31.32570046 - 9.077538863

JEE Main 2020 Answer Key

NTA will release JEE Main answer keys and images of the response of the examinations at or Given below are the steps to access JEE Main 2020 Answer Keys:

  • Visit the page “JEE Main Login” to check JEE Main 2020 Answer Keys. 
  • Candidates unsatisfied with the captured responses can challenge by filling an online application form and paying INR 1000 per question.
  • Payment can be made via credit/ debit card/BHIM UPI/Net Banking to check JEE Main answer keys.
  • Fee once paid is non-refundable, however, in case the challenge is accepted by the Board, the fee for each accepted challenge is refunded on the candidate’s concerned card.

Check Here JEE Main Answer Keys

What After JEE Main Result?

What After JEE Main Result?

JEE Advanced Cut off

JEE Advanced 2020 is scheduled for September 27, 2020. Candidates who will qualify JEE Advanced will be eligible for admission in IITs. Candidates have to qualify JEE Advanced cutoff 2020 individually for all three subjects and also aggregate for all three subjects to qualify the exam. JEE Advanced cutoff 2020 will be different for various categories. Read More

JEE Main 2020 Counselling

NTA is responsible for conducting JEE Main 2020 Paper. After the declaration of JEE Main result, NTA sends the data to seat allocation boards. The states of Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Uttrakhand, Nagaland, Odisha and some other institutions have joined JEE Main system, their admission criteria were notified by the concerned authorities. Read More

These states and institutes accept JEE Main result 2020 data for the purpose of seat allotment and counselling. JoSAA and CSAB are the responsible boards for allocation of seats. 

  • Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) will hold the JEE Main Counselling and Seat Allotment for JEE Main and JEE Advanced candidates after the declaration of JEE Main Result 2020.
  • There is a maximum of six rounds. 
  • Candidates are called on the basis of their ranks in the JEE Main Rank List name wise. 
  • There are 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 25 IIITs and 28 Other-Government Funded Technical Institutes (Other-GFTIs) participating institutes accepting the result of JEE Main 2020.
  • The entire seat allocation and admission process would be managed through centralized JEE Main Counselling.

JEE Main 2020 Seat Allotment

  • Candidates are allotted seats on the basis of their merit and availability of seats. 
  • Before the actual seat allotment, mock allotment of seats will take place in two rounds.
  • This allows candidates to know the seat allotment process and this way, they will also be able to know and choose better preferences for themselves in the main rounds.
  • After the result declaration, the data will be handed over to CSAB/ JoSAA or the concerned State government/ institute for Seat allocation and admission procedure. 
  • Only the All India Rank (AIR) is used for admissions through Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB)/Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) to NITs/ IIITs/ CFTIs/ SFIs/ Others.
  • The All India Rank shall be compiled and declared after conduct of April JEE Main 2020 Examination.
  • Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) will hold JEE Main Counselling and Seat Allotment for JEE Main and JEE Advanced candidates after the declaration of JEE Main Result 2020.
  • Class 12 marks are not considered for calculating normalized scores, as decided by NTA.
  • The Admission for DASA will be done on the basis of Rank obtained in JEE(Main) from the Academic Session 2021-22. The merit list for admission under DASA category will be prepared by NTA separately.
  • For candidates to qualify for admission to IITs/ NITs/IIITs or GFTIs, should score a minimum 75% marks (65% for SC/ ST) in class 12th or be in top 20 percentile in class 12th exam.
  • Participating institutes that do not use the Centralized Seat Allocation Process will prepare their own ranking based on the performance in JEE Main 2020 and other criteria as decided by them.

JEE Main 2020 Toppers

JEE Main 2020 Toppers - Details of 100 Percentile Scorers

Toppers of JEE Main Paper I for September 2020 session have been mentioned below.

Name of the Candidate

Nisarg Chadha Gujarat
Gurkirat Singh Delhi
Divyanshu Agarwal Haryana
Landa Jitendra Andhra Pradesh
Swayam Shashank Chube Maharashtra
Nishant Agarwal Delhi
Y S S Narasimha Naidu Andhra Pradesh
R Muhendar Raj Rajasthan
Parth Dwivedi Rajasthan
Harshvardhan Agarwal Haryana
Tushar Sethi Delhi
Vadapalli Arvind Narasimha Telangana

Chirag Falor

Chagari Koushal Kumar Reddy Telangana
Thadavarthi Vishnu Sri Sai Sankar Andra Pradesh

Akhil Agrawal

Akhil Jain Rajasthan
Chukka Tanuja Telangana
Shiva Krishna Sagi Telangana
Morreddigari Likhith Reddy Telangana
Rachapalle Shashank  Anirudh Telangana
Rongala Arun Siddardha Telangana
Laksh Gupta Delhi

State wise Toppers (Excluding 100 Percentile Candidates)

S No. Candidates Name State Percentile
1. B Rajesh Andaman & Nicobar Island 99.0193998
2. Nutan Kumar Sah Arunachal Pradesh 97.5660885
3. Eeshaan Dutta Assam 99.9338277
4. Subh Kumar Bihar 99.9972380
5. Kunwar Preet Singh Chandigarh 99.9972380
6. Shreya Agarwal Chhattisgarh 99.9631811
7. Sharad Vishwakarma Dadra and Nagar Haveli 99.2655484
8. Gunjan Atul Shinde Daman and Diu 99.5816472
9. Siddhant Govekar Goa 99.9109245
10. Sarthak DIwan Himachal Pradesh 99.9683001

JEE Main 2020 Toppers Interviews

Know the preparation strategy of JEE Main 2020 toppers of January session who scored 100 percentile in the exam below:

JEE Main 2020 Toppers JEE Main 2020 Percentiles and preparation Strategy
Rongala Arun Siddardha JEE Main 2020 NTA Score: 100 Percentile Prep: Took coaching from Sri Chaitanya IIT academy, Madhapur and studied for 2 years, aiming for JEE Advanced. Click here to read the full interview
Landa Jitendra JEE Main 2020 NTA Score: 100 Percentile Prep: Referred to the study material provided by the coaching and followed NCERT books. Click here to read the full interview
Parth Dwivedi JEE Main 2020 NTA Score: 100 Percentile Prep Strategy: Attempt Chemistry section first, then Mathematics, and then Physics. Click here to read the full interview
Chagari Koushal Kumar Reddy JEE Main 2020 NTA Score: 100 Percentile Prep Strategy: Studied for 9 hours a day and relied on NCERT with some reference books like H.C.Verma for Physics. Click here to read the full interview
JEE Main Jan Result Statistics

JEE Main 2020 (January) Result – B.E/B.Tech

JEE Main January result for B.E/B.Tech was declared on January 17, 2020. B.E/ B. Tech paper was conducted from January 7 – 9, 2020 in six shifts. 

  • A total number of 9,21,261 candidates registered for JEE Main B.E. /B. Tech. paper. 
  • Out of which, 8,69,010 appeared for the test. 
  • The examination was conducted across 570 examination centers in the country and abroad. 
  • A total number of 536 Observers, 213 City- Coordinators and 19 Regional Coordinators were deployed at these centres to oversee the smooth and fair conduct of the examination.
  • 9 candidates who received NTA score 100 in JEE Main 2020 for January session B.E/ B. Tech Paper. Read About JEE Main B.E/ B. Tech Toppers

Gender and Category wise number of candidates registered for B.E./B.Tech

Gender General EWS SC ST OBC(NCL) Total
MALE 247470 59350 60882 24475 246043 638220
FEMALE 111127 25295 24374 9747 112494 283037
TRANSGENDER 1 0 1 0 2 4
TOTAL 358598 84645 85257 34222 358539 921261

Gender and Category wise distribution of candidates who appeared for B.E./B.Tech

Gender General EWS SC ST OBC(NCL) Total
Male 234049 57537 56246 22428 234721 604981 (2051)
Female  102812 24586 22602 8913 105113 264026 (527)
Transgender 1 0 0 0 2 3
Total 336862 82123 78848 31341 339836 869010 (2578)

JEE Main 2020 B.Arch and B. Planning Toppers (January Session)

Candidate's Name Percentile State Code of Eligibility
Aarzoo 100 Haryana
Hardik Rajpal 100 Telangana
Kanumuri Bheemeswara Vijay Varma 100 Andhra Pradesh

Check JEE Main B. Arch and B. Planning Result (Out)

Gender and Category-wise Number of Candidates Registered for B.Arch

Category Male Female Transgender Total
General 26618 25464 - 52082
EWS 7162 6094 - 13256
SC 8463 5010 1 13474
ST 4347 2387 - 6734
OBC (NCL) 26845 26019 - 52864
Total 73435 64974 1 138410

Gender and Category-wise Number of Candidates Appeared for B.Arch

Category Male Female Transgender Total
General 20509 19881 - 40390
EWS 6408 5313 - 11721
SC 6470 4008 - 10478
ST 3455 1953 - 5408
OBC (NCL) 23031 21651 - 44682
Total 59873 52806 - 112679

Frequently Asked Questions

JEE Main Result FAQs

Ques. What are the expected dates for JEE Main 2020 April session results?

Ans. JEE Main Result for the April/September session has been announced. Candidates can check their result by entering their application number, date of birth, and security pin on the official website.

Ques. Do I have to fill the application form separately for each JEE Main participating college?

Ans. No, the entire seat allocation and admission process of all the participating colleges (22 IITs, ISM, 31 NITs, 20 IIITs and 20 GFTIs) would be managed through centralized JEE Main Counselling. The seat allotment process of JEE Main is conducted by JoSAA

Ques. Where to check JEE Main Result?

Ans. A simple 4 step process to download the JEE Main Result is as follows:

  • Open the official website:
  • Look for the link that reads “JEE Main 2020 result”.
  • Click on the link and provide the details of the Roll Number and Date of Birth.
  • Click on the submit button and your JEE Main 2020 score is displayed on the screen.

Ques. How is JEE Main Rank/ Merit List prepared?

Ans. JEE Main 2020 Score is used to prepare All India Rank (AIR) List and State Merit Lists on the basis of which seats were allocated to NITs, IIITs and other Central and State Government funded institutes.

Ques. Which Board conducts the counselling for SFTIs and NEUTs?

Ans. For admission to IITs, NITs, IIITs and GFTIs, JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) conducts the counselling. While for SFTIs and NEUTs, Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) conducts the counselling.

Ques. JEE Main site is not opening, what should I do?

Ans. If there is an issue with your browser, we suggest you clear your cache and retry. However, any technical issue with the official website will be fixed as soon as possible.

Ques. What is Normalization of Marks in JEE Main 2020?

Ans. The normalization criteria for the examination is as follows:

  • Calculation of normalized marks is done without considering the Class XII marks.
  • Candidates with 75% marks (65% for reserved categories) in Class XII will qualify for JEE Advanced.
  • Candidates within top 20 percentile in their state board also qualify for JEE Main Counselling.
  • Normalization is calculated with the number of candidates in the group with aggregate marks less than the candidate divided by the total number of candidates and multiplied by 100.

JEE Main 2021 : 12 answered questions


Ques. What is the difference between the syllabus of the BITSAT and the JEE?

● Top Answer By Sunil Sharma on 16 Jan 21

Ans. There are mainly 3 engineering entrance exams in India for candidates looking forward towards top engineering institutes in India. It includes JEE Main, JEE Advanced and BITSAT. Frankly speaking there isn’t much difference in the syllabus of all these entrance exams. The main difference is BITSAT focuses more on the candidate's speed and accuracy and on the other hand JEE focuses more on deep understanding of concepts. Furthermore BITSAT includes English & Logical Reasoning as well which is not the part of JEE.  BITSAT -  It is an online admission test to get enrolled in engineering courses in different BITS colleges. It includes English and Logical Reasoning along with PCM. A total of 150 and 12 extra questions are provided. Only 2 attempts are given to clear BITSAT. Direct Admission is given to Board Toppers. Previous year’s questions are not available officially. JEE Main and Advanced -  JEE Main and Advanced are admission tests for engineering institutes like IIT, NIT, IISc, IISER, IIST, RGIPT, etc. Candidates need to appear in JEE Main to qualify for JEE Advanced. It only consists of PCM questions. No extra questions provided. Candidates can clear JEE Main in 3 and JEE Advanced in 2 attempts. Previous year’s question papers are easily available for practice.  JEE is slightly tougher than BITSAT as candidates need to have thorough knowledge of physics, chemistry and mathematics subjects. The set time for any BITSAT candidate to mark the right answer is approx 72 second which is about 2 min in JEE. So if you’re preparing for JEE then you’ll automatically cover all BITSAT syllabus as well, but keep it in mind that you need to prepare for English & Logical Reasoning as well and for that you need to plan your time table accordingly. Read more
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Ques. How many marks are required in JEE or GUJCET to get admission to PDPU Gandhinagar?

● Top Answer By Arunima Sethi on 14 Jan 21

Ans. The cut-off rank (or score) required for PDPU in JEE or GUJCET changes every year. The corresponding score and rank dependency is also different every year. The expected cut-off ranks for PDPU from JEE Main are listed below. Department JEE Main Cut-off(expected) Petroleum Engineering <56000 Computer Engineering <40000 Information and Communication Technology <52000 Chemical Engineering <65000 Mechanical Engineering <60000 Electrical Engineering <150000 Civil Engineering <150000 Key highlights: The score required varies on the overall performance and difficulty level of the question paper. One of my friends got admission in the Chemical Engineering branch with a 120 cutoff in JEE Main back in 2016. Chemical is among the fastest filling departments along with Petroleum and Computer Science. For GUJCET candidates, a score of around 95 should be sufficient for PDPU. For SC/ST candidates, even 85 would do the same. For JEE Main candidates, 130-150 is considered as a sufficient score for general students for getting the top branches in PDPU. The above ranks and cut-offs are assumptions and can be considered as tentative values.Read more
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Ques. Is GATE easy or IIT JEE?

● Top Answer By Rishabh Dutta on 08 Jan 21

Ans. JEEs are exams that are conducted to select students who want admission to IITs or NITs. GATE, on the other hand, is used to select students who want to do master's or gain a job in PSUs. IIT JEE and GATE are very different exams. JEE is an undergraduate exam, whereas GATE is a graduate exam. Comparison: The competition for JEE is slightly higher than GATE since JEE is based on the same syllabus. In GATE, you have an option to choose between several papers. Although there is less competition in the GATE, if you do not have a rank under 1000, then it is likely that you will not get selected for PSUs or IITs. Almost everyone in the science branch will attempt IIT JEE after their schooling. GATE is only attempted by those who are interested in researching or to get high-level jobs in PSUs. You will need more revision for GATE, whereas JEE is more about logic- application. For GATE, Final year students will find it difficult to prepare since the syllabus is a lot more than their courses in college. IIT JEE syllabus is closely related to the 10+1 and 10+2 syllabus. This makes it easier for students appearing in board exams to prepare for IIT JEE JEE only the rank is considered for admission. However, for GATE, rank is not considered, instead, a normalized GATE score is chosen as the criteria which can be quite tricky. Further, different IITs might have their own separate exam and interview rounds. You will be able to secure admission into IITs only after clearing these rounds as well.Read more
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Ques. Is AEEE harder than JEE or BITSAT?

● Top Answer By Mansi Bhatnagar on 08 Jan 21

Ans. AEEE is conducted in both pen-and-paper and computer-based modes. While JEE and BITSAT are fully computer-based. AEEE and other exams also have a negative marking of 1 mark for every incorrect answer. AEEE is a national level exam like the JEE. It consists of a major percentage of higher-order thinking questions. The paper is prepared, keeping in mind the students from the CBSE and ICSE boards. Students can compare the three examinations conveniently in the table below. Exams AEEE JEE BITSAT Total Marks 180 300 450 Total Questions 60 75 150 Duration (hours) 1.5 3-4 3 Subjects Physics, Chemistry, Maths Physics, Chemistry, Maths Physics, Chemistry, Maths, English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning Mode Both- P&P & CBT Computer-Based Computer-Based Negative Marking Yes Yes Yes Eligibility Criteria: Students aiming to take the BITSAT 2021 exam should have passed 12th level in 2020 with physics, chemistry, and maths and should have proficiency in the English language. For the JEE 2021 entrance exam for admissions into NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs, students need 75% or above marks in 10+2. The subject combination needed to sit for BTech in Physics, Mathematics, and anyone of Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology or a vocational subject. To enroll in courses taught at the Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University, students take the AEEE for which they should have been born on or after July 1, 2000. And should have procured at least 60% in physics Chemistry and maths. Sections and Marks Distribution: The AEEE is divided into three sections for physics, chemistry, and maths with 15, 15, and 30 MCQ questions from each making it a 60 in total. Students will get 3 marks for each correct answer. The 3 hours long JEE entrance is divided into 3 sections as well. Students will be tested through objective MCQs with 25 questions in each section for BE/BTech paper 1 making it 75 in total; 77 questions for the BArch program and 100 for the BPlan program. BITSAT on the other hand has 4 sections with 40 MCQs of physics in section 1; 40 of chemistry in section 2; 25 of English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning in section 3; and 45 questions of maths and biology in section 4. A total of 150 questions will have to be attempted and 3 marks will be given for a correct answer. Students can determine which one is convenient for them on the information shared above.Read more
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Ques. What is the expected cutoff (JEE Mains) for ICT Mumbai?

● Top Answer By Dhruv Kaushik on 04 Jan 21

Ans. Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai (ICT Mumbai)offers admission to Btech in eight specializations with an overall intake of 136. The admission is based on JEE Mains and MHT CET. The required cutoff changes each year. You can go through the previous year’s cutoff to get an idea of what to expect. Cutoff (JEE Mains): Given below is the JEE Main cutoff for 2019. Subjects Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Chemical engineering 196 583 429 Food engineering 737 776 1278 Pharmaceuticals Chemistry and Technology 770 1063 966 Plastic and polymer engineering 844 1231 1063 Surface coating technology 1647 1854 Dyestuff and Intermediates Technology 1997 2320 2938 Fibres and textiles processing technology 2784 2948 1801 For admission to B.Tech, the candidates need to pass 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.Read more
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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College.


gouri kumari
When will Round 3 of counselling take place?
rakhisree chatterjee

Hi, Seat allocation will take place on 26th October 2020.

surabhi s
Can I challenge my result if marks aren't according to the result?
rakhisree chatterjee

Hi, Yes, You can, You can challenge JEE Main answer key before the declaration of the result.

Can I get JEE Mains result in offline mode?
arvind kumar

Hi Devi, the results are announced online only. For more details visit: JEE MAIN EXAM

shaik kabeer
What comes after result - JoSSA counselling or CSAB?
rakhisree chatterjee

Hi Shaik, The seat allotment result of JoSAA counselling 2020 is being announced in ... in IITs while Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) in NITs, IIITs and GFTIs. Both of them will be released just after results. For more information, please refer to following link, JEE Main Counselling.

amit kumar
I get 90.4932262 percentile in JEE main September 2020. I passed my 12th in 2017-18. Now I am not eligible for jee advance.. Now what I can do

Hello Amit, greetings from Collegedunia. Since you are not eligible for JEE-Advanced, you may try other colleges that accept JEE-Mains scores for admission.

If a person is meeting cut off criterion is he/she selected?

Hi Saurabh, a person meeting certain cut-off criteria does not necessarily mean that he/she is selected. The person has to undergo JoSAA counseling in order to secure a seat in the colleges under JEE.

karan rathod
Can you tell me where I can find the study routine or tips from JEE Main toppers?
vijay prakash mitharwal

Hello Karan,

For the study routine, tips from the JEE Main toppers, you can refer to the following link: JEE Main Preparation Tips from Toppers

gaurav raika
86.5 percentile h iski rank kitni hogi 2020 january session me
shobhna chaturvedi

Hi Gaurav, candidate's rank has not been mentioned. However, you can have an estimate of rank using rank from here: JEE Main 2020 Rank Predictor

akanksha gupta
What if a candidate does not enter time slot for online based examination?
akansha expert
Hi Akanksha, Random data/ time slot should be allotted to the students.
akanksha gupta
When will counselling start for JEE Main 2018?
akansha expert
Hi Akanksha, Most likely in the second week of June.
vivek bansal
Can i recheck my answer sheet?
akansha expert
Hi Vivek, No, you cant recheck your anaswer sheet. But you can challenge the Answer key as well as OMR sheet
vivek bansal
Does result will show my category rank too?
akansha expert
Hi Vivek, Yes, Result will display the AIR and Category rank and Marks of all candidates.
vijay khatri
My expected JEE Main score is 150 as per the official answer key; please tell me my rank?
akansha expert

Hi Vijay, Click here to predict your ranks: JEE MAIN rank Predictor

vijay khatri
How can I challenge to the JEE Main Official Answer Key?
akansha expert

Hi Vijay, Follow the below given steps:

1: Visit the official website.

2: Login by Entering the application number and password.

3: In your computer screen four options will be displayed. (Download Admit Card, Manage Application, Answer Keys and Response Sheet).

4. Click on the answer key and challenges option.

5. Then follow the steps by entering the question which you want to challenge and upload the printout copy of the right answer.

6. Candidates need to pay answer key challenge fee which is 1000 RS/questions and submit it.

kritika gupta
Is it mandatory to carry JEE Main Rank Card or result at the time of counselling?
akansha expert
Hi Kritika Gupta, Yes. Candidates must produce the document in order to participate in the admission procedure of JEE Main.
arindam moitra
How many candidates will be shortlisted for JEE Advanced 2018? Is there a category division for shortlisting candidates?
akansha expert

Hi Arindam Moitra, The total number of top JEE Main AIR holders to be selected are 2,24,000. Yes, there is category wise distribution in total number of candidates to be shortlisted. Category-wise distribution of top 2,24,000* candidates (Criterion 1)



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arindam moitra
I don't have a printer at home. How can I save the score card to take printout later?
akansha expert
Hi Arindam Moitra, You have two options - either visit the nearest cyber cafe in you locality and login with your details to take the printout directly. If you are using Chrome or Firefox, you can also save the screen as PDF by pressing 'Ctrl P' and choosing 'Save as PDF' option. You ca later take out printout from system connected with printer.
shivani tiwari
I have cleared my JEE Main cutoff, so am I eligible to appear for Advanced?
akansha expert
Hi Shivani Tiwari, Clearing cut off doesn't mean to qualify for JEE Advanced. To be eligible to appear for the advanced, you should be in top 2.24 lakh All India Rank holders.
sakshi gupta
Is it beneficial if I object the released JEE Main Answer Key?
akansha expert
Hi Sakshi Gupta, Yes, the answer key, when objected, is closely checked and rectified (in case of any discrepency) by the offical authorities.
sakshi gupta
When will the JEE Main result be announced?
akansha expert
Hi Sakshi Gupta, The result will be declared on official website on April 30 (for Paper I) and May 31 (for Paper II)