JEE MAIN 2019 NEWS
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JEE Main Result for April 2019 session has been released on April 30, 2019. Candidates can download their JEE Main 2019 scorecard from jeemain.nic.in. Download Here
NTA has also declared the category-wise JEE Main Cut off for April 2019 session along with the result announcement. Final cut off will be soon declared after compiling January and April session scores. Check here
If you have not scored really well in JEE Main 2019 or not clearing the cut off, you do not need to worry about that nor plan to drop a year as you can check out these engineering colleges which are pretty decent and don’t have high cut off ranks, and are tentatively participating in counselling.
|JEE Main Cut off for NITs||Click Here|
|JEE Main Cut off for IIITs||Click Here|
|JEE Main Cut off for GFTIs||Click Here|
Marks in JEE Main 2019 will be directly linked to the rank which you will attain. Since the allocations of seats will be done through JEE Main 2019 on the basis of ranking system, it is important to note what JEE Main 2019 Rank you will get as per your score. To get a fair bit of idea about your ranking in JEE Main based on your JEE Main Score you can refer the following table.
|JEE Main Rank||Expected Rank|
|>320||Less than 100|
|Less than 80||>280,000|
The value below a certain percent of observations fall is a percentile score. The percentile of a student will be calculated in given formula –
NIT’s are the next big option when you realize that your score is not enough to grab a seat in the IIT’s. Thus, It is crucial to note the expected closing ranks for various NIT’s so that you don’t miss on the college of your choice.
|NIT’s||Closing Rank(general category)|
You may have got a fair bit of idea by now about what you can expect even if you are getting a low score in JEE Main. Apart from the NIT’s, there are a number of other government funded and private institutes which admit students scoring below 120 marks in JEE Main. The list of such colleges is compiled below.
Here is the list of colleges apart from NIT’s and IIIT’s that you can opt for.
|IIIT, Amethi||Indian Institute of Information Technology(IIIT), Allahabad||BIT, Ranchi||BIT, Patna|
|KIIT, Bhubaneswar||Jaipur University||Lovely Professional University||SMVDU, Jammu Tawi|
|Kalasalingham, Krishnakoil||MJPR, Bareilly||Assam University||Tezpur University|
|Vivekananda Global University, Jaipur||IIIT, Gwalior||BIT, Deogarh||IIITD and Management, Kancheepuram|
|MGRERI, Chennai||SPA, Delhi||College of Engineering, Pune||VNIT, Nagpur|
The list of colleges mentioned above is not exhaustive, there are certain state universities which also reserve seats for students from that particular state. Students can look for those options depending upon the state from where they completed their schooling. Other option would be to opt for the state-sponsored engineering exams which are held around the same time as IIT JEE and are comparatively easier to crack.
The details of JEE Main Counselling process are described here –
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