JEE ADVANCED 2020 NEWS
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JEE Advanced 2021 Result will be announced tentatively in the first week of June, 2021. The result will be published online on the official website. IIT Kharagpur is likely to conduct JEE Advanced in the year 2021. Candidates will be selected on the basis of individual and aggregate score along with the aggregate marks in the qualifying examination.
Candidates with rank below 2,50,000 in JEE Mains will be eligible for JEE Main
Candidates interested in B.Arch can take Architecture Aptitude Test if they qualify for JEE Advanced. Registration of AAT will start after the publication of the JEE Advanced result.
The candidates who qualify JEE Advanced are supposed to apply for the counselling session.
The application and payment for counselling shall be made online on the official website only.
Counselling will be organised combinedly for JEE Main and JEE Advanced by JoSAA
There will be seven rounds of counselling and the candidates are supposed to be physically present at the venue.
Important features of this examination are tabulated below:
Date of Examination
Fourth week of May, 2021
Declaration of Result
First week of June, 2021
Starting of Seat Allocation
Third week of June, 2021
AAT exam date
Second week of June, 2021
AAT result date
Second week of June, 2021
Total number of seats in IIT
Result of JEE Advanced will be published in the official website only. Candidates who took the exam are to follow the steps listed below to check their score.
Visit the official website https://www.jeeadv.ac.in/
Find the link of the results and log in with your credentials like registration number, date of birth, and email address
Your result will be displayed in this page
Save your result for future reference
Your result will have the following details:
Your name and date of birth
Your application number and roll number
Status of qualifying in Common Rank List
Marks obtained in individual subjects (physics, chemistry, mathematics) and total marks achieved.
Candidates can now predict their rank for JEE Advanced 2021. This estimation tool uses the records of previous years as a prediction parameter. Enter your expected marks, category and state to get a prediction of your rank.
Before declaration of the result, the administrating body will release the response sheet of the students and answer key containing the right responses. Students will be allowed to challenge the answer key if they find any error in any of the answers published.
Answer sheets of the examination (Paper 1 and Paper 2) will be available for the students to download which can be used to predict the score.
If any candidate finds an error in the answer key, they can challenge the conducting body by raising an objection. Fee for each objection raised is INR 500
As one of the hardest exams in terms of difficulty and competition for limited seats, this entrance exam often takes years of hard work to crack. It is one of the few entrance exams in India in which there is no set pattern; it is subject to change every year to ensure that only the very best are admitted to either these 23 highly prestigious institutions.
Only about 4.3% of the total number of examinees (10988 seats for 250000 students) are admitted to the IIT.
2019 - 1.73 lakh students registered out of 2.45 lakh who qualified from JEE Mains. Out of that, 33349 were male candidates and 5356 were female.
2018 - Out of 155158 candidates who appeared for the exam, only 18138 qualified out of which 16062 were male and 2076 female.
2017 - In this year, 159540 students appeared and 50455 students qualified. 43318 male and 7137 female examinees cracked the exam.
The level of difficulty is expected to get tougher each year due to the rising number of students participating in JEE Advanced.
Candidates who appeared for both Paper 1 and Paper 2 will be considered for the Common Rank List (CRL). factors taken into consideration for score calculation are:
Marks obtained by a candidate in a particular subject will be a combination of the marks obtained in both the papers.
Rank list released by the conducting body will be on the basis of aggregate marks.
Tie breaking policy: If the scores of two candidates are the same, then the higher rank will be given to the candidate with a higher score in mathematics.
If their score in maths is the same, then the one with a higher score in physics will be assigned a higher rank. If that too is also the same, a similar process will be followed for chemistry score.
If their scores achieved in chemistry are the same too, then both candidates will be assigned the same rank.
A candidate will be considered for all categories if qualified for more than one for all applicable categories.
JEE Advanced 2021 cut off will be announced by the conducting body (likely to be IIT Kharagpur for 2021) after the declaration of the result.
Candidates with scores above the minimum cut off marks will be qualified for admission. This minimum score has to be achieved in every subject separately as well as in total.
The cutoff for each student depends on their category. For candidates belonging to PwD, the cutoff will be the same as the lowest cutoff for SC, ST, OBC-NCL and General.
Candidates who score above the minimum cutoff marks will be qualified for further admission processes like counselling.
The cutoff for each IIT is not the same and neither is the cutoff for each category.
An analysis of previous year’s cutoff (2019) have been tabulated below to give you an idea of what you can expect:
Minimum percentage of marks in each subject
Minimum percentage of aggregate marks
Common rank list (CRL)
GEN-EWS rank list
OBC-NCL rank list
SC rank list
ST rank list
Common-PwD rank list (CRL-PwD)
OBC-NCL-PwD rank list
SC-PwD rank list
ST-PwD rank list
Preparatory course (PC) rank lists
Following factors are taken into consideration for cutoff:
Total number of students participating in the exam.
Difficulty level of the test that year.
Seat matrix of participating colleges
Performance of the candidate in this examination
Cutoff trends of previous years
Each year, seat allocation and counselling for JEE Advanced is conducted by JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority conducts the Counselling and Seat Allocation). Candidates have to go through the below mentioned processes:
Seats are allocated on the basis of the All India Rank secured by the candidate
The list of courses and seat matrix is available on the official website of JoSAA. Ideally 7 rounds of counselling will be conducted which might vary depending on seat availability.
Seat acceptance fee is INR 35000.00 for general candidates and INR 15000 for candidates or reserved category
Candidates interested in JoSAA counseling are supposed to report at the allotted centre for verification of documents. There are 18 reporting centres for all IITs.
Candidates are allowed to withdraw their seats in any rounds except the final one.
Original copies are required for each document. The format for each is given in the official website mentioned above. Carry the following with you during the time of counselling:
Provisional seat allocation letter offered to you.
Performance check of class 12
Undertaking of the candidate
Proof of seat acceptance payment
Photo identification card.
JEE Advanced admit card (original)
Marksheet of class 12 or equivalent.
Certificate of category, if applicable
Certificate of PwD, if applicable.
2 passport size photograph.
Locked seat choice for allotment.
Question: When will the result for JEE Advanced be declared?
Ans. The results for JEE Advanced are likely to be declared in the first week of June 2021. The results will be available online on the official website of JEE Advanced.
Question: Can I attend the counselling session online?
Ans. The candidates are required to attend the counselling session physically by reporting at the venue prescribed by the authority. The application for counselling shall be made online by paying the required fee.
Question: How can I claim for a doubtful answer?
Ans. The exam conducting authority will release a response sheet before the declaration of result. Candidates can check their response and can tally with the answers. If any candidates want to challenge any answer then the same could be done by claiming online. Each claim will require a fee of 500.00 iNR
Question: What are the parameters for preparing the rank list?
Ans. The rank list is prepared on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by the candidate in physics, chemistry and mathematics. However, it is necessary to clear the prescribed sectional cut off in order to appear for the counselling session.
Question: How many seats are there in the IITs?
Ans. There are around 11,290 seats including all the 23 IITs. The admission to all such institutes are made only on the basis of JEE Advanced.
Question: What should be the minimum score for admission in IIT Kharagpur?
Ans. The cut off marks vary according to the department. As per the previous year analysis the minimum rank required for admission in computer science and engineering in IIT Kharagpur is 283.