Thursday, 27 April 2017

JEE-Main 2017 Result Download - A Step-by-Step Guide - Check Here

New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to declare the results of the Join Entrance Examination(JEE) (Main) 2017 on Thursday. The examination was held on 2 April and the results will be available on the Board’s official website. The results to be published on Thursday and will include the JEE (Main) Paper 1 score and rank and also the list of top 2, 20,000 candidates eligible for JEE (Advanced).

Merit among candidates will be decided as per higher marks in mathematics and physics and ratio of positive and negative marks. A candidate with a higher absolute value of the ratio will be given better rank.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to check JEE Mains 2017 exam results. Follow these steps:

1. Open the official website Result-link by Click-Here.
2. The website will flash a link: JEE Mains 2017 Results. Click on that.
3. The link will require a candidate to enter application number, date of birth and security pin.
4. Correct entry of the above three will open the results page.
5. The result will have a candidate’s score and rank card as well and whether he/she is eligible to appear for the JEE Advance 2017 Examination.
6. The rank comprises of the candidates’ All India Rank (AIR) and All India category rank.

Earlier, the Ministry of Human Resource Development notified two changes in the JEE pattern for 2017, as per the information available on the CBSE website:

First, there shall be no weightage for the 12th class marks in calculating the ranks in the JEE (Main) examination.

Second, for the candidates to qualify for the admission in the IITs/NITs/IIITs and such other CFTIs whose admissions are based on the JEE (Advanced)/JEE(Main) ranks, they should have secured at least 75% marks in the 12th class examination, or be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th class examination conducted by the respective Boards.

For SC/ST students the qualifying marks would be 65% in the 12th class examination.

The States of Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Uttrakhand, Nagaland, Odisha & some other institutions have joined JEE (Main) system, however, their admission criteria will be notified by the concerned authorities.

Therefore, the candidates seeking admission to the institutions in these states, which were earlier admitting based on their State level examination, are also advised to fill in the JEE (Main)–2017 application form online.

The Paper-1 (B. E./B. Tech.) of JEE (Main) will also be an eligibility test for the JEE (Advanced), which the candidate has to take if he/she is aspiring for admission to the undergraduate programmes offered by the IITs.

Monday, 17 April 2017

Check Official JEE Main 2017 Answer-Keys, OMR-Sheets on

The long wait of students is over, candidates who appeared for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) exam 2017 can now check their answer keys, OMR sheets on

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was to make the answer sheets for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) exam 2017 available on Tuesday from 10 AM onwards. However, the correction window will be open for 4 day, that is till April 22, 2017 (11.59 PM).

The examination was conducted on April 2, 2017 (pen and paper mode) and April 8 and 9 (online mode).

Steps to check/challenge answer keys, OMR sheets for JEE Main examination 2017:

1. Visit ,
2. Click on the link 'View/Challenge - Answer Key of Paper 1’
3. You will be directed a new page.
5. Enter required details such as application number, date of birth and security pin.
6. Click on submit
7. You will get access to your answer sheet.

Candidates who are not satisfied with the response, may challenge the same by filling online application form and paying a sum of Rs.1000/- per question. Challenged answer keys will be accepted online through the link available on the website up to 5.00 PM on April 22, 2017.Candidates can deposit this fee using credit/debit card, PayTm and SBI Buddy.

About JEE Main Examination:

JEE Main is a vital exam for candidates as it will pave the way for entrance in premier institutes such as IITs and NITs. JEE Main scores are used as the basis for admission into institutes with technical sources funded by the centre. Candidates who are successful in their JEE Mains are then eligible to take the JEE Advanced exam.

Over 10.2 lakh students appeared for the JEE-M at 1,781 centres in 109 cities across the country this year. JEE-M is conducted in two parts- Paper I and Paper II.

Paper-I (BE/B Tech) was conducted in both computer- based (online) and paper-pen (offline) mode while Paper II (B Arch/B Planning) will be conducted in pen-paper mode only.

According to the new HRD Ministry notification, there shall be no weightage for class 12 marks in calculating the ranks in the JEE (Main) examination. For the candidates to qualify for IITs/NITs/IIITs and such other CFTIs whose admissions are based on the JEE (Advanced) /JEE(Main) ranks, they should secure at least 75% marks in class 12 exams, or be in the top 20 percentile. For SC/ST students, the qualifying marks would be 65% in the class 12 examination.
Source: DNA

Sunday, 2 April 2017

JEE Main 2017 Exam Analysis: Paper was of Moderate Difficulty, say Experts

JEE main 2017 exam analysis: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had conducted the Indian Institutes of Technology Joint Entrance Examination (IIT JEE) main exam on Sunday, April 2, 2017. Experts who have analysed the paper found that it had a moderate difficulty level.

The pattern followed this year was similar to the JEE main patter from 2011 to 2016. Over 10 lakh candidates appeared for the exam which was conducted in the offline mode for entrance to BE, BTech, BArch and BPlanning courses. Only the top 2,20,000 candidates who clear the main exam will be shortlisted for the advanced paper who will have to compete for 11,032 seats in the IITs.

“Overall difficulty level for paper is between easy to moderate. For a student who has been focused and serious all through the two years… must have done reasonably well,” said RL Trikha, the Director of FIITJEE. Experts found that while the paper was moderate, there were a few tricky questions.

“In all the three subjects, 5-6 questions were framed quite differently. This year, lesser number of questions were memory based,” said Aakash Chaudhary, director of Aakash Educational Services Pvt Ltd. He added that the Physics and Chemistry portions of the paper were relatively simple while the maths portion had a few difficult questions.

“Questions asked were conceptual and nearer to the JEE advanced paper in terms of tricks and approach. Students confined to NCERT and related text books would find it difficult,” Chaudhary said about the Maths section.

“While questions were based on simple formulae, a lot of them were calculation-based. The paper contained 15 questions from Algebra, six from Calculus, three from Trigonometry, three from Conics and three from Vector Algebra,” said Rajshekhar Ratrey, VP Educational Content of

Experts noted that there were 25 easy questions, 53 moderate questions and 12 difficult questions. According to them, Mathematics was the toughest section of the three and the expected cut off for advanced would be around 100.
Source: TheIndianExpress

JEE Main 2017: Entrance Exam was ‘Easy to Moderately Difficult’

Around 10 lakh students appeared in the JEE Main 2017 examination held on Sunday across more than 2,000 centres in 109 cities in India and abroad.

The pattern of questions of JEE (Main) exam 2017, for B.E/B.Tech courses (Paper I), was similar to that of the last five years. It had objective type, multiple choice questions (MCQ). There were 30 questions each from physics, chemistry and mathematics. Four marks were allotted for each right answer and one mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. There will be no negative marking for questions not attempted.

The Paper was set from CBSE Class 11 and 12 syllabus. Expectedly, many of the questions were conceptual with some needing analytical skills. Twenty-five questions were easy, 53 moderately difficulty and 12 relatively more difficult.

In the D Set, questions 34 and 54 of physics were tough and needed analytical ability beyond NCERT book/deep study. In chemistry there were two or three questions requiring deep conceptual understanding and application. In mathematics Set-D’s question, 28 was controversial and few questions were lengthy. However, serious students must have found paper relatively easy, compared to last year.

In our opinion, well-prepared candidates maintaining their cool during the exam should have been able to attempt most of questions.

Overall difficulty level for the paper was between easy to moderate. A candidate who stayed focused for two years and worked towards improving speed and accuracy, by taking regular quizzes and mock tests, he/she must have done reasonably well. It is always relative performance, which matters in such competitive examinations.

Cut-off for CML (Common Merit List) in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 was 113,115,105,100 respectively. Cut-off this year is going to be high around 115.

Admission through centralised allocation process in NIT’s / IIIT’s / DTU / CFTI’s for over 24,000 seats in undergraduate courses will be done according to merit list based on marks in JEE Main examination. However, a candidate must be in top 20 percentile of respective board or should score minimum 75% marks in his/her board examination.

Additionally, a total of 9 states (Haryana, Uttarakhand, Nagaland, Gujarat, M.R., M.P., Odisha, Punjab and Rajasthan) will also accept JEE-M ranks to fill seats through their own seat allocation process.

Top 2, 20,000 candidates of JEE Main will be eligible to appear in JEE Advanced on May 21, 2017 to fight for one of 11,032 seats in IITs.

(Trikha is director, FIITJEE. Views expressed here are personal)

Source: HindustanTimes

Saturday, 1 April 2017

Answer Keys-Solutions-Rank/Marks Predictor - JEE Main 2017 (2nd-April)

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We wish you Best-of-Luck to all JEE-Main 2017 exam participants.

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