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JEE Advanced Results – Results, Rank, Scorecard, Cut off

IIT Delhi, the official governing body of the JEE Advanced 2020, announced the results on 5th October 2020. Candidates who appeared for the exam must check their results on -result.jeeadv.ac.in. You must fill basic credentials like JEE advanced roll number, date of birth and phone number to check your result. JEE Advanced was recently conducted on the 27th September 2020. The provisional answer key was released on 29th September 2020. Chirag Falor from Pune secured All India rank- 1 with 352 marks, while Kanishka Mittal (Zone- IIT Roorkee) became the All India topper in the female category after securing 315 marks.

JEE Advanced results are declared after the JEE Advanced Paper I & II are completed. The result is released in the form of a scorecard containing details of the test taker’s total score in Paper I and Paper II, along with candidate’s marks in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics, rank in Common Rank List, candidate and category information. 

In this article, you will get acquainted with the details mentioned in the JEE Advanced results, score calculation, rank list, tie-breaking policy and much more.

Important Update- HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal recently made an announcement regarding the relaxation in the eligibility criteria for the year 2020. He announced that the JEE Advanced qualifying candidates for the session 2020 will be granted admission irrespective of the marks obtained in 10+2. Previously, the minimum eligibility score for the students was 75% in boards (10+2) and they must secure a place in top 20 percentile of successful candidates in order to stay eligible for admission.

Important Update- JEE Advanced admit cards were recently released on 21st September 2020. The registration  deadline  was  set  for  17th  September  2020

JEE Advanced Results – Important Dates

Events Dates
JEE Advanced 2020 exam September 27, 2020
JEE Advanced 2020 result date October 5, 2020
Availability of JEE Advanced 2020 rank card October 5, 2020
Registration for JEE Advanced counselling 2020 (JoSAA 2020) To be announced

JEE Advanced Results- Toppers List (2020)

As the JEE Advanced results 2020 are announced by the governing body of the exam, following is the list of the JEE Advanced 2020 toppers:

Rank List

Name of the Candidate

Zone

OPEN (CRL)

Chirag Falor

IIT Bombay

OBC (NCL)

Landa Jitendra

IIT Madras

GEN-EWS

Gangula Bhuvan Reddy

IIT Madras

SC

Avi Uday

IIT Bombay

ST

Pranjal Singh

IIT Delhi

GEN-PwD

Kandukuri Sunil Kumar Vishwesh

IIT Madras

OBC-NCL-PwD

Utkarsh

IIT Guwahati

SC-PwD

Yash Chudaman Patil

IIT Bombay

ST-PwD

Niteesh Kumar Birua

IIT Kharagpur

JEE Advanced Results – How to Check Results Online?

  1. Applicants have to visit the official website of JEE Advanced – jeeadv.ac.in.
  2. Click on ‘JEE Advanced Result’
  3. Log into the account using the Registration Number, Date of Birth, Mobile Number and Email Address.
  4. Candidates results will be displayed on the screen. Go through the details carefully.
  5. Download the result and take a few printouts to keep it for further use.

Before the JEE Advanced exam, admit card is released. What are the details in there? Read JEE Advanced admit card

JEE Advanced Results – Details in Result Scorecard

Candidates can find the following information in the results scorecard:

  1. JEE Advanced Registration Number
  2. JEE Advanced Roll Number
  3. Name and Date of Birth of the Candidate
  4. Common Rank List (CRL) Rank/Status of Qualifying
  5. Subject-wise and section-wise scores of Paper I and Paper II
  6. Total score in JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced Results – Score Calculation

Candidates who have appeared for both the papers of JEE Advanced will be considered for the Common Rank List (CRL). 

How are JEE Advanced marks calculated for each subject?

Given below is the method of subject-wise scoring. We have taken an example of the calculation of total marks in Physics below: 

Marks obtained in Physics = Marks obtained in Paper 1 (Physics) + Marks obtained in Paper 2 (Physics)

A similar process is followed for other subjects in JEE Advanced. 

How are the aggregate marks calculated in JEE Advanced?

Aggregate Marks/Scores obtained in JEE Advanced = Aggregate marks in (Physics + Mathematics + Chemistry)

Important Note: The merit list for ST, SC and OBC NCL are released separately. A candidate must clear the qualifying cut off to be included in the rank list.

JEE Advanced Results – Tie Breaking Policy

If two or more candidates score the same aggregate marks, then the following tie resolving policy shall be applied to determine the JEE Advanced ranks:

  1. Candidates with higher positive ranks will be given a higher rank.
  2. If criteria 1 fails, candidates with greater marks in mathematics will be given a higher rank.
  3. If criteria 1 and 2 fail, candidates with greater marks in Physics will be given a higher rank.
  4. If still there is a tie, then it will be resolved by assigning the same ranks to the candidates.

JEE Advanced Results – Rank List

The rank list is prepared on the basis of aggregate marks scored in JEE Advanced Paper 1 and Paper 2, which is the sum total of marks secured by a candidate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. It is necessary for the candidates to secure the minimum prescribed marks – 1.) in each subject, and, 2.) in aggregate, to be included in the rank list. 

JEE Advanced Results – Answer Key

Key points related to the JEE Advanced answer key are:

1. The JEE Advanced 2020 answer key will be released by IIT Delhi within two weeks of the conduct of the exam. Coaching centres also release their unofficial answer keys. The provisional answer keys by the IIT are open to be challenged by test takers. In case of any discrepancies in the provisional answer key, candidates can raise objections/ challenge by giving their feedback on the email ID: feedback.jeeadv.ac.in.

2. On the other hand, the response sheets of candidates are released by the conducting authority a few days prior to the announcement of JEE Advanced results. 

3. This year, the JEE Advanced exam has been rescheduled and will be conducted on the 27th September 2020. The answer keys are expected to be released in 1 week time and final results are expected to be announced in the 2nd week of October 2020. However, Official confirmation regarding the release of Answer keys and result date is yet to be made by the official governing body of the exam.

To download answer keys/response sheet, follow the steps below:

  1. Visit the official website of JEE i.e. jeeadv.ac.in.
  2. Click on the “answer keys/response sheets” link
  3. Login using Registration Number, Date of Birth, Mobile Number and Email ID.
  4. Response Sheet will appear on the screen
  5. In the next step, download and save the answer key in the PDF format for future reference.

JEE Advanced Results – Cut off

Cut off is the minimum marks that the candidates have to secure in order to be included in the rank list and subsequently get accepted by IITs for admission. IITs also prefer Minimum Qualifying Marks for Ranking (MQMR) which is the minimum score for JEE Advanced that a candidate is required to secure to be eligible for inclusion in JEE Advanced Common Rank List (CRL).

The cut-off marks for PwD candidates are similar to the lowest of the cut-off marks for General, OBC-NCL, SC and ST categories.

JEE Advanced Results – FAQs

✔️ When will results of JEE Advanced 2020 be declared?

The JEE Advanced 2020 results will be declared on 5th October 2020.

✔️ What is the tie-breaking policy in JEE Advanced results?

Candidates have to obtain higher positive ranks to be included in the JEE Advanced rank list. If this criterion fails, candidates who obtain greater marks in mathematics will be considered. If the first two parameters fail, those with greater marks in Physics will be given a higher rank. Finally, if the tie between two candidates still continues, it will be resolved by assigning the same ranks to the candidates.

Anup Chowdhury

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