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JEE Advanced Result 2019 @jeeadv.ac.in HIGHLIGHTS: Meet the toppers

JEE Advanced Result 2019 @jeeadv.ac.in HIGHLIGHTS: IIT-Roorkee has declared the result at jeeadv.ac.in. Over 1.65 lakh registered for the exam which is a gateway for admission to IITs. To clear the same an aggregate 35 per cent score is needed while cut-off for merit list is yet to be released.

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JEE Advanced Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: Kartikey Gupta from Mumbai is All India Rank 1. (Representational image)

JEE Advanced Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee has declared the result of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced on June 14 (Friday) at the official website, jeeadv.ac.in. While the result was declared in the morning around 10 am, the link to check the scores got activated hours later, around 5 pm.

The entrance exam for admission to undergraduate courses at the IITs was conducted on May 27, 2019 (Monday) in two shifts – paper I (9 am to noon) and paper II is (2 pm to 5 pm).

Read | Why is JEE Advanced website not displaying results?

JEE Advanced result 2019: How to download?

Step 1: Visit the official website, jeeadv.ac.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link for result
Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page
Step 4: Log-in using credentials
Step 5: Click on ‘scorecard’ in the dashboard
Step 6: Result will appear, download

IN PICTURES | Meet JEE Advanced 2019 topper Kartikey Gupta

Over 1.65 lakh candidates registered to appear for the exam this year. The cut-off this year is expected to go lower, based on previous years’ trend. Based on cut-off list students can choose the IIT of chose and even those who have not made it to cut-off and just cleared the exam will be able to take admission in other colleges.

To be considered pass in JEE Advanced exam, a candidate needs to secure at least 10 per cent marks in each subject and an aggregate score of 35 per cent.

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IIT-JEE Advanced result at jeeadv.ac.in LIVE Updates: Check result in Hindi; toppers list, cut-off and counselling schedule here

JEE Advanced topper stayed away from social media

Hard work and staying off the social media and smartphone paved the way to success for Kartikey Gupta, who has topped the JEE (Advanced) 2019. The IIT-Roorkee announced results of the exam on Friday. Kartikey, who hails from Ballarpur in Maharashtra’s Chandrapur district but now lives in Mumbai, scored 346 out of the total 372 marks and secured the first spot in the Common Rank List of JEE (Advanced) 2019. He ranked 18 in JEE (Mains) and scored 93.69 per cent in the Class XII exams of the state board. Kartikey passed out of Alpha Junior College in Mumbai’s Vile Parle. Read full copy

JEE Advanced results: List of colleges that accept score

JEE Advanced 2019: As the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) result 2019 has been announced on June 14, the counselling schedule will be released soon. While the JEE Advanced is considered to be the entrance gateway to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), there are many central institutes which consider the JEE Advanced score to enroll students. Read full story

HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal congratulates students

HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank congratulated students who had cleared JEE Advanced. He tweeted, "I hope that all of you will play an important role in building a new India."

Result link activated, check scores at josaa.nic.in

The link to check JEE Advanced results on the website has been activated, after remaining unavailable for over seven hours. Candidates can now check their results at josaa.nic.in

3,636 EWS category candidates clear exam

Nearly 3,636 candidates from the EWS category have cleared JEE Advanced this year. Chandrasekhara SS Hethahavya, an EWS category candidate from Madhapur has secured rank 1 in the exam.

Official website faced with server issues

The official website jeeadv.in is still not showing the results. A latest message on the website states, "Inconvenience due to delay in showing the results is sincerely regretted." Read | Why is JEE Advanced website not displaying results?

Check JEE Advanced Paper Analysis

Students found this year's paper tougher than that of last year. Navin C Joshi, Academic Head and VP at Gradeup said, "The Mathematics paper was lengthy and difficult this year. Chemistry section was comparatively easy and Physics was moderate to difficult."

3, 094 ST category candidates qualify JEE Advanced

A total of 3,094 candidates belonging to the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category cleared the exam.

8,758 SC category candidates clear the exam

Around 8,758 candidates from the Scheduled Castes (SC) category cleared JEE Advanced.

Website not functioning, check results after 4 pm

A new notice has been put up on the official website jeeadv.ac.in asking candidates to revisit after 4 pm. "Due to some problem at the server end the Result Portal may take some time to restart. Kindly revisit after 4 pm," the notice reads.

15,566 general category candidates clear exam

Around 15,566 general category candidates have cleared JEE Advanced.

Zonal top rankers

Below is a list of zone-wise toppers of the JEE Advanced exam:

Shabnam Sahay tops among female candidates

Shabnam Sahay from Madhapur has secured the highest marks among female candidates. She has scored 308 marks out of 372 and is ranked 10 in the Common Rank List of JEE Advanced.

5,356 female candidates clear JEE Advanced

Out of the total 38,705 candidates who have qualified the exam, 5,356 are female candidates.

38,705 candidates qualify JEE Advanced

Out of the total 1.61 lakh candidates who appeared for the JEE Advanced, 38,705 candidates have cleared the exam.

1.61 lakh students appear for JEE Advance exam

Nearly 1,61,319 candidates appeared for the JEE Advanced examination this year.

Cut-off for JEE Advanced

The cut-off for the JEE Advanced is 89.75 NTA score for candidates belonging to the general category, 78.21 and 74.31 for candidates from the EWS and OBC categories.

JEE Advanced Paper Analysis

Students found this year's paper tougher than that of last year. Navin C Joshi, Academic Head and VP at Gradeup said, "The Mathematics paper was lengthy and difficult this year. Chemistry section was comparatively easy and Physics was moderate to difficult."

People vent their anger on Twitter as JEE website remains down

Many people complained on twitter about the website not working. It has been two hours since the results of the JEE Advanced exam were declared but candidates are unable to check their results since the website isn't functioning properly.

Website remains unfunctional even after 11:30 am

The official website still isn't working properly and shows the message of a server error. 

Candidates were asked to login after 11:30 am. 

Toppers of the exam

Below mentioned are the candidates who have secured the top three ranks in JEE Advanced

1. Kartikey Gupta
2. Himanshu Gaurav Singh
3. Archit Bubna

Candidates requested to check results after 11:30 am

A notice has been issued to candidates who are anxiously waiting to check their results to login after 11:30 am. The notice reads, "Due to overload the candidates are requested to login after 11:30 am on results.jeeadv.ac.in."

Result website not working

Many people complained about poor management of the website. 

JEE Advanced AIR 1 Kartikey Gupta scored rank 18 in JEE Mains examination

Kartikey Gupta, who had earlier scored rank 18 in the JEE Mains exam, has topped the JEE Advanced examination. Read full story here

JEE Advanced website down

Soon after the results of the JEE Advanced examination were declared today, the website server went down. JEE Advanced chairperson ML Sharma said that they are working on the issue.

A screenshot of the website.

Number of candidates who appeared for exam expected to be less than 1.65 lakh

It is anticipated that the number of candidates who appeared for the exam may be less than the number of candidates who registered for the exam.

1.65 lakh candidates registered for JEE Advanced

Out of around 2.45 lakh candidates who were eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced examination, only 1.65 lakh candidates registered for the exam.

Kartikey Gupta tops the exam

Kartikey Gupta has topped the examination.

IIT-Roorkee announces JEE Advanced result

IIT-Madras Dean academic courses opinion

Dean academic courses, Jagadeesh Kumar, IIT Madras, which is currently the top-ranking IIT agreed that students and parents might prefer institutes such as NITs in their vicinity over the new IITs but, he added, these perceptions will fade over time. “Old IITs also started the same way as new IITs. It is a wrong perception that new IITs have a lesser preference. When I joined IIT Madras in 1972, there was nothing much around the institute. These issues related to logistics and parental concerns will eventually fade off with time,” said Kumar.

JEE Advanced aspirants prefer a metro-based National Institute of Technology (NIT) than a non-metro based IIT

Talking to indianexpress.com Sanjay Govind Dhande, former director IIT Kanpur, head of IIITM Gwalior, an Indian engineer and educationist said that while IITs are still the top choice for both, parents and students, not all IITs are favoured. “Students do not wish to go to non-metro third generation IITs. They would rather choose a metro-based National Institute of Technology (NIT) than a non-metro based IIT.  Lot of engineering aspirants these days also look forward to doing other things such as internship etc during breaks. Logistics is also a reason why far-flung IITs are not preferred much,” he said adding, “choosing a college based on Mains score also saves them time and extra efforts needed for Advanced.”

 

JEE Advanced final answer keys to release first

IIT-Roorkee to release the final answer keys of the JEE Advanced first followed by the result and cut-offs.

JEE Advanced 2019: Why are students opting out of IIT entrance exam?

According to the data provided by the JEE Advanced chairperson, ML Sharma, just like every year, this year too, many students who qualified the JEE Advanced – the entrance exam for admission to IITs – chose not to register for the same. In 2019, out of 11.47 lakh JEE Main candidates, 2.45 lakh students qualified for the JEE Advanced but only 1.73 lakh registered for the same.

In 2018, out of 2.31 lakh students who qualified for the exam, 1.65 lakh candidates chose to register for it. Based on the trend, the number of students is likely to fall further as not every examinee who registered, appeared for the exam.

JEE Advanced toppers' scorecard

To top the JEE Advanced, one needs to have over 300 marks out of 360. The topper of JEE (Advanced) 2018 scored a total of 337 marks, 2017 topper had 339 and the topper of 2016 had 328 marks.

Goyal - the 2018 topper - scored 117 marks in Physics, 114 marks in Chemistry and 106 marks in Mathematics (each of the subjects had 120 as the maximum marks).

Mehtani - the 2017 topper - had scored a total of 339 out of 366 marks. He scored 104 marks in Physics, 115 marks in Chemistry and 120 marks in Mathematics, each of which was out of 122 marks.

The 2016 topper - Bansal had scored a total of 320 out of 372 marks. He scored 113 marks in Physics, 105 marks in Chemistry and 102 marks in Mathematics, each of which is out of 124 marks.

Jagwani  - the 2015 topper - scored 469 marks out of 504. The 2014 topper, Chitarang Murdia secured a total of 334 marks of which 117 were in maths, 109 in Physics and 108 in chemistry.

Which institute last five years’ JEE Advanced toppers opted?

While most of the toppers opt for IIT Bombay, in recent years, the toppers have also been opting for IIT Roorkee. It is worth noting that those who opted for the latter are native of cities located near Roorkee. Last year, Pranav Goyal from Panchkula topped the JEE Advanced. He chose IIT Roorkee along with 3328 other students. Read full story

JEE Advanced cut-off updates

The cut-off for the JEE Advanced exam is also likely to be lesser than last year, according to experts. While the percentage will be lowered the number of marks is on the higher end because the total marks went from 360 to 372 marks this year. The cut-off to be on the lower end of 30 per cent, according to experts.

JEE Advanced 2019: How the IITs admit students

If the number of applicants who satisfy the eligibility requirement is more than the number of seats in a programme, these applicants are ranked according to specified criteria. The cutoff is the value of that criteria at which the last person shall get admission. The cutoff is different for different programmes, and for different categories within the same programme. Read full copy

How the IITs admit students

Eligibility for admission is the minimum qualification that an institute believes is necessary for a course. A candidate without the minimum qualification could, potentially, face problems during the course. The Supreme Court has ruled that the difference between the eligibility for unreserved (often referred to as General) and for OBC (non-creamy layer or NCL) categories cannot be more than 10%. On the other hand, courts have allowed significantly lower eligibility for SC/ST categories (and now also Persons with Disability, or PwD) by arguing that these students should be provided additional support.

How IIT-JEE Advanced rank list will be prepared?

Rank lists are prepared based on the aggregate marks in JEE (Advanced) 2019 which means a total of marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics of paper I and paper II. In case multiple students secure the same score there will be tie-breakers.

Preference I: Candidates having higher positive marks will be awarded higher rank.
Preference II: Higher rank will be assigned to the candidate who has obtained higher marks in Mathematics.

Preference II: higher rank will be assigned to the candidate who has obtained higher marks in Physics.

JEE Advanced difficulty level

According to Navin C Joshi, academic head and VP (JEE and NEET), Gradeup, "The overall difficulty level of paper 1 was moderate. The Physics section was of moderate difficulty, Maths was moderate but lengthy, while Chemistry was the easiest of the three sections. A few questions asked in Physics were based on the conceptual understanding of the topics. There were many application based questions asked on this subject."

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JEE Advanced LIVE updates: Check result at jeeadv.ac.in. (Representational image)

JEE Advanced LIVE updates: Last year, out of the total 2,31,024 eligible candidates from JEE (Main) 2018, only 1,65,656 candidates registered for JEE (Advanced) 2018 examination. Out of the registered candidates, the number of qualified students was 31,988. This was way less than that of in 2017 when out of 1.71 lakh candidates, 51,000 cleared the entrance exam. This year, 1.68 lakh candidates have registered for the exam.