2.31 lakh candidates can take JEE (Advanced)

A total of 2,31,024 candidates out of the 10,74,319 who had appeared in the JEE (Mains) examination, 2018, were declared eligible for appearing in the JEE (Advanced) for admission to the IITs by the CBSE on Monday.

Out of these, 1,11,275 were common rank list candidates, 65,313 OBCs, 34,425 Scheduled Castes, 17,256 Scheduled Tribes and 2755 persons with disabilities.

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The cut offs for these categories were 74, 45, 29, 24 and minus 35, respectively.

The offline examination for JEE (Mains) was held on April 8 and the online examination on April 15 and 16.

There were 113 offline and 258 online examination centres in the country.

Source Credits: The Hindu

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JEE Mains results are out; 5 things to know about the toppers

Those who have cleared the JEE Main exams are now eligible for the online JEE Advanced exam, which will allocate seats to the much exalted Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), held by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), is one of the biggest exams in India. The offline JEE Main Paper 1 and 2 results have been announced, with some 2,20,000 students clearing the exams, out of a total of some 14 lakh applicants. Out of these, 1,11,275 were common rank list candidates, 65,313 OBCs, 34,425 Scheduled Castes, 17,256 Scheduled Tribes and 2755 persons with disabilities.

The results are available on jeemain.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in.

Clearing the JEE Mains exams gives students eligibility for National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs), Self-Financed Institutes (SFIs) and several other architecture and engineering courses. It is also considered by a host of other colleges, including Master of Business Administration (MBA) courses.

Those who have cleared the JEE Mains exams are now eligible for the online JEE Advanced exam, which will allocate seats to the much exalted Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). The same is also used as a ranking system for several other top engineering colleges. Online applications for JEE Advanced will begin on May 2, 2018, on the official website jeeadv.ac.in.

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Victorious moment for all 12 students who secured their positions in the Top 200 of JEE(Main) 2018. Heartiest congratulations to all of them.

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For a country as mesmerised with engineering as India, this is a crucial exam for lakhs for students. So who are the toppers?

Here are the toppers as per this report –

1) Suraj Krishna from Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh has topped the General Category lists, securing the All India 1st rank. KVR Hemant Kumar from Chodipilli, Andhra Pradesh was ranked second in the exams.

2) Parth Laturia from Nanded, Maharashtra has secured the third rank. As per a report in the Hindustan Times, he scored 120/120 in mathematics and 115/120 in physics and chemistry. Incidentally, he is also a student from Kota, Rajasthan, which is famous for its highly successful coaching centres.

All three scored 350 of 360 in the exams, but have been sorted via the CBSE’s ‘gradation’ system.

3) Interestingly a total of five of the top ten are from the Telugu speaking states. Gattu Mytraya from Telangana, the third Telugu student in the top ten, was ranked fifth. Bakarapu Bharath, the third student from Andhra Pradesh and fourth Telugu student in the list, was ranked eighth. Gosula Vinayaka Srivardhan, the second student from Telangana and fifth Telugu student on the list, was ranked tenth.

4) Two of the students are from Rajasthan. Pawan Goyal from Rajasthan was sixth. Bhaskar Arun Gupta, also from Rajasthan, was seventh.

5) Of the remaning two spots in the top ten, Pranav Goyal from Haryana secured the fourth rank and Simranpreet Singh Saluja from Delhi was ranked ninth.

Congratulations!

And in case any student has not cleared the exams, they should keep in mind that a host of other options, which also lead to fulfilling lives and well-paying jobs, are open to them. A single exam is no full measure of a career, so all avenues should be fully explored with optimism.

Source credits: The Better India

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JEE Mains result out: Here’s how you can download your result

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today announced the Joint Entrance Examination JEE Mains result. Out of 11.35 lakh students, 2.31 lakh students have qualified for the JEE advanced with Bhogi Suraj Krishna of Andhra Pradesh coming out as the topper.

CBSE announced the results of Paper I and the All India Ranks for the JEE Main on its official website jeemain.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in.

Students who appeared for the JEE Main 2018 online and offline paper can search their results on Google as well. The search giant has partnered with the CBSE to make finding results and other exam-related information easier.

The top 2 lakh candidates, who will qualify Paper-1, will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced scheduled on 20th May 2018, which would be the final test for admissions in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and several other Centrally-funded Technical Institutes.

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Resonite Pawan Goyal scores AIR 6 in JEE Main 2018.

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Here is how you can check your result:

* Visit the official result websites: jeemain.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in or results.nic.in.

* Click on the JEE Main 2018 results link on the result site page.

* Fill your name, registration number/roll number and date of birth and click submit.

* Download your result and take a printout for future reference.

*The registration for JEE Advanced will start on May 2. Around 11.4 lakh students had appeared for the JEE Main this year.

Source Credits: The Economic Times

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CBSE to declare Joint Entrance Examination result (#JEEMain2018Result) on April 30

Joint Entrance Examination result to be released on April 30 by CBSE, candidates are required to check the score and rank of Paper-I at the official website .

JEE Main 2018 result will be declared on the official website as announced by CBSE i.e jeemain.nic.in. Candidates can follow the below steps to download JEE Main 2018 result.

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Visit the link given below for official website of JEE Main 2018
Click the link for JEE Main 2018 result at the top of the page you visited
Fill up the form with relevant details and click on submit to get the results
Candidates will be able to download and save their scorecard for JEE Main 2018 result. Therefore, a printout should be taken as soon as possible.
Candidates will be required to submit their valid JEE Main 2018 result scorecard with the admission application and counselling fee through the official website to get admission in their preferred college. Check here the list of colleges which will consider JEE Main 2018 score for admission.

Source Credits: India Education Diary

Resonite Kalpit Veerwal,created record in History by scoring a perfect 360/360 in JEE Main 2017.

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6241 Selections in JEE (Advanced) 2017 and 24519 selections in JEE Main 2017 from Resonance.

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JEE Main 2018 Answer Keys – Last Day to Raise Objections Today at jeemain.nic.in

Interested candidates need to support their challenges from authoritative sources. To raise objections for JEE Main 2018 Answer Keys or Response Sheets, candidates need to login to their profiles and fill the Challenge form.

Today is the last date to challenge JEE Main 2018 Official Answer Keys for Paper 1. Candidates who had appeared for JEE Mains Paper 1 can raise objections till 11:59pm tonight i.e. 27th April 2018. Interested candidates need to support their challenges from authoritative sources.

To raise objections for JEE Main 2018 Answer Keys or Response Sheets, candidates need to login to their profiles and fill the Challenge form.

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Candidates need to pay an application fee of Rs.1000 for each question, which is otherwise non-refundable; however, in case the candidate’s challenge(s) is accepted by JAB or CBSE, then the application fee will be refunded to the debit/credit card via which it was paid online.

A total of 6,46,814 boys, 2,66,745 girls and 3 transgender candidates had appeared for JEE Main 2018 examination. This year, all IITs are jointly offering 779 seats to female engineering aspirants over and above the normal seats intake. The move comes in the light of bridging the gender gap in B.Tech programmes offered in India’s premier technological institutions.

Source Credit: News18

 

Resonite Kalpit Veerwal,created record in History by scoring a perfect 360/360 in JEE Main 2017.

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6241 Selections in JEE (Advanced) 2017 and 24519 selections in JEE Main 2017 from Resonance.

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JEE Main 2018 – Detailed Analysis by Resonance

On 8-April-2018, JEE (Main) 2018 was conducted for students opting to take this exam by offline mode. This is the sixth edition of this Exam after wide-ranging changes were introduced in year 2013 by CBSE and Ministry of HRD. Around 11.5 Lakh students are slated to appear for this exam in offline and online modes.

JEE (Main) 2018 was conducted in two parts (Paper 1 and Paper 2). Paper 1 was conducted from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and Paper 2 for B. Arch. Aspirants was conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Paper 1 was for students applying for engineering seats in engineering colleges, while paper 2 was for students applying for B. Arch degrees

The analysis below pertains to only Paper 1, which was for engineering aspirants.

Overall Marks Distribution

The paper pattern was same as last year. The paper had 90 questions each worth 4 marks. All questions were objective type with single correct option. Subject wise each subject had 30 questions of 120 marks.

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Overall Difficulty Level Analysis

In this analysis we have rated every question on a scale of 1 to 3. The ratings are done by expert faculty of Resonance. The individual ratings are then averaged to calculate overall difficulty level.

  • 1: Easy
  • 2: Moderate
  • 3: Difficult

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Difficulty Level Analysis: No of Questions

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Resonance experts feel that all subjects were of similar difficulty level, while mathematics was on tougher side compared with chemistry & physics. Out of 360 marks, 132 marks can be considered of easy level, 148 marks can be considered of medium difficulty level and 80 marks can be considered to be of difficult level by Resonance Team.

Overall, it is felt that while paper is moderate, the cut-off would decrease compared to last year. Number of seats increased from 2,20,000 to 2,24,000 this year.

Question Wise Difficulty Breakup

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Marks Wise Difficulty Breakup

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To read detailed analysis, click here. Answer Key and Solutions of JEE Main 2018 is also available here.

All the best!

Team Resonance

JEE Main 2018 Application Form Correction Procedure Begins

All the registered candidates of JEE (Main) – 2018 are informed that CBSE has started JEE Main 2018 application form correction procedure. The correction facility allows candidates to correct the particulars in the application, and the last date to do it is 22 January 2018. Continue reading