JEE Main 2019: Result Declared

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JEE Main 2019: Result Declared

Overview

National Testing Agency (NTA) has declared the result of JEE Main 2019 examination. Candidates who had appeared for the January examination during January 8, 2019 – January 12, 2019 and for the April exam during April 7, 2019 – April 12, 2019 can check their NTA score and NTA rank.

Candidates who have appeared in both the tests (January & April), the better of the two scores is considered for calculating the NTA rank.

To check the NTA score/rank, candidates will have to enter their application number and date of birth on the official exam website. Check detailed steps here.

Quick Read
Result Declared onApril 29, 2019
How to CheckCheck Here
List of ToppersCheck Here
What to do NextCheck here
JEE (Main) Cutoff for JEE (Advanced)Check here
JEE Main Answer KeysGo Here

Updates

  • UPDATE (Apr 29, 2019): JEE Main 2019 Cutoff declared, read more here.
  • UPDATE (Apr 29, 2019): JEE Main 2019 Result declared.
  • UPDATE (Apr 29, 2019): JEE Main 2019 April Exam Final Answer Keys released, check them here.

Note

To check the NTA score/rank, candidates will have to enter their application number and date of birth on the official exam website. Check detailed steps here.

Candidates can check their rank/score to know how they performed in the entrance test. Check what do next here.

The JEE Advanced qualifying cutoff is also announced along with the JEE (Main) result. The top 2,45,000 candidates (including all categories) in Paper-1 of JEE Main will be eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced 2019.

Where and How to Check

  1. Visit jeemain.nic.in & click on “JEE(Main) Result” OR directly open this link.
  2. Enter your Application Number and Date of Birth.
  3. Enter the security pin as displayed on the screen.
  4. Click on “Login”.
  5. Check your NTA score/rank.

List of Toppers

100 Percentile Candidates

Candidate NameState
Shubhan SrivastavaDelhi
Kevin MartinKarnataka
Dhruv AroraMadhya Pradesh
Jayesh SinglaPunjab
Battepati KarthikeyaTelangana
Nishant AbhangiRajasthan
Adelly Sai KiranTelangana
Vishwanth KTelangana
Konda RenuAndhra Pradesh
Abhay Pratap Singh RathoreMadhya Pradesh
Sambit BeheraRajasthan
Shubhankar GambhirRajasthan
Ankit Kumar MisraMaharashtra
Himanshu Gaurav SinghUttar Pradesh
Prakhar JagwaniMadhya Pradesh
Dravya MarwahaHaryana
Naman GuptaUttar Pradesh
Gupta Kartikey ChandreshMaharashtra
Yindukuri Jayanth Phani SaiTelangana
Samiksha DasRajasthan
Bojja Chetan ReddyAndhra Pradesh
Gudipaty AniketJharkhand
Jitender Kumar YadavHaryana
Raj Aryan AgrawalMaharashtra

State-wise Toppers

StateCandidate Name
Arunachal PradeshPrince Kumar Gupta
AssamPradipta Parag Bora
Andaman And Nicobar IslandShubhanshu Prasad
Andhra PradeshKonda Renu
BiharAvinabh Bhardwaj
ChhattisgarhRishabh Bhatnagar
ChandigarhDishank Jindal
Daman & DiuAshmit Singh
DelhiShubhan Srivastava
Dadra And Nagar HaveliAtharva Shrawge
GujaratParvik Nileshkumar Dave
GoaJaiprakash Suresh Gurav
Himachal PradeshAakash Solanki
HaryanaDravya Marwaha
JharkhandGudipaty Aniket
Jammu And KashmirAman Yadav
KarnatakaKevin Martin
KeralaVishnu Vinod
LakshadweepTom Saju
MeghalayaGourav Kumar
ManipurLaishram Prince Singh
Madhya PradeshDhruv Arora
MaharashtraAnkit Kumar Misra
MizoramAkash Jyoti Sahoo
NagalandManish Kumar Chauhan
OdishaPrateek Chaudhury
PunjabJayesh Singla
PuducherryChirantandip Mahanta
RajasthanNishant Abhangi
SikkimRahul Gupta
TripuraShayandeep Bhaumik
TelanganaBattepati Karthikeya
Tamil NaduK V Vikram
UttarakhandPrateek Tibrewal
Uttar PradeshHimanshu Gaurav Singh
West BengalKoustav Sen

Important Facts

  • NTA Scores are normalised scores across multi session papers and are based on the relative performance of all the candidates who appeared for the examination in the respective session.
  • The NTA Score indicates the percentage of candidates that have scored equal to or below (same or lower raw scores) the candidate’s raw score in that particular session.
  • NTA score is not same as the percentage of marks obtained.
  • For candidates who appeared in both Jan & April exam, the ranks are calculated taking into consideration the better of the two NTA Scores.

What Next

  1. Check cutoff score for appearing in JEE(Advanced) 2019 here. Candidates who have cleared the cutoff can apply for JEE Advanced 2019 from May 3, 2019 (10 AM).
  2. Use the College Predictor tool to estimate the best options according to your rank. The tool just estimates the best options & doesn’t guarantee any admission.
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JEE (Main) Cutoff for JEE (Advanced)

Know More

Joint Entrance Examination (Main) is an all India common engineering entrance examination which is conducted for admission in various engineering colleges and courses all over the country.

Those candidates who are looking for admissions into undergraduate programmes B.E., B.Tech, B.Arch in NITs, IIITs, other centrally funded technical institutions, institutions funded by several participating State Governments, and several other institutions can apply for the exam.

The JEE (Main) is also an eligibility test for the JEE (Advanced), which the candidates can take if they are seeking admissions to the undergraduate programmes offered by the IITs.

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