JEE Main 2017 Result, Cut off and Merit List
JEE Main 2017 Counselling is organized and managed by JoSSA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority). This year, 31 NITs, 23 IIITs and 20 other GFTIs are taking part in the counselling and seat allocation process. Candidates can check some of the latest updates for JEE Main 2017 below:
- To participate in JoSAA 2017 counselling, candidates need to register online and fill the choice locking form
- JEE Main Result for Paper-2 has been declared online on May 26, 2017.
- Candidates can check the result for JEE Main on the official website, cbseresults.nic.in.
- CBSE will also release the All India Rank List, based on June 30, 2017
Latest Update on June 28: JoSAA Counselling 2017 Round 1 Result announced on the official website. Check Now!
- The top 2,20,000 rank holders are shortlisted for JEE Advanced for admission to B.Tech programs in IITs.
- Candidates can check JEE Main Results using their Roll Number and Date of Birth.
- JEE Main Cut off score for General category is 81.
- Only Indian Nationals are eligible to apply for NITs/IIITs/GFTIs through JoSAA Counselling 2017. Foreign nationals need to apply through DASA.
JEE Main Offline Exam was held on April 2, 2017 while the computer based exam was conducted successfully on April 8-9, 2017. Although the exam was of moderate difficulty level and number of applicants appeared in the exam increased this year, the JEE Main Cutoff has surprisingly dipped.
Candidates can check the category wise JEE Main 2017 Cut off marks in the table below.
|Category||Cut off Score|
|Common Rank List||81|
|Other Backward Class (OBC - NCL)||49|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||32|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||27|
JoSAA is the conducting authority for seat allocation in IITs, NITs, IIITs and GFTIs. The total number of participating institutes in JoSAA 2017 is 92.
- 31 NITs (National Institute of Technology) – Check JEE Main 2017 Cutoff for NITs
- 20 IIITs (Indian Institute of Information and Technology) – Check JEE Main 2017 Cutoff for IIITs
- 18 GFTIs (Government Funded Technical Institutions) – Check JEE Main 2017 Cutoff for GFTIs
The result is announced in the form of JEE Main Scorecard. Candidates can check the following details in the score card:
- Sectional score,
- Total score,
- All India Rank,
- All India Category Rank (for reserved category candidates),
- Category wise cut off score for JEE Main 2017.
Collegedunia team has prepared JEE Main Rank Predictor. This tool will help the anxious candidates to know their expected rank and colleges accepting those ranks.
- Candidates can check their expected rank based on previous year cut off trends
- They can also select right college as per their expected rank in JEE Main 2017.
- Rank predictor tool is built using last five years of data and the predictions are made via highly credible statistical models.
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About JEE Main 2017-Latest Alerts & Updates
IIT council formed a committee last year to introduce certain changes in the JEE Main. The changes emphasize the increasing importance of candidates’ performance in JEE Main for calculation of ranks and subsequent seat allotment process. Also, the weightage for Class 12th marks required for admission to top institutes accepting JEE Main Score has been revised.
- Candidates whose exam centers are changed by CBSE can now download the revised admit card at jeemain.nic.in.Read More
- No weightage would be given to Class 12th marks for calculating ranks in JEE Main 2017.
- To qualify for admission to IITs/NITs/IIITs and CFTIs offering admission on the basis of JEE Main Ranks, candidates must at least secure 75% marks in 10+2 Exam or be in the top 20 percentile in the 10+2 exam conducted by respective boards. The qualifying marks/percentage has been relaxed to 65% for SC/ST students.
- JAB has also made it mandatory for candidates to possess aadhaar number to apply for JEE Main 2017. In case candidates don’t have an aadhaar number, they need to enroll for aadhaar at nearest enrollment center. CBSE has also set up facilitation centers in various cities for enrollment of candidates who don’t possess aadhaar number.
- Online mock test for JEE Main Paper-1is available for all JEE Main 2017 aspirants.
Latest Update:- CBSE has announced JEE Main 2017 Result for Paper I. The result for Paper II will be notified later. Download JEE Main Paper I Score card
JEE Main comprises 2 papers – Paper 1 is meant for B.Tech. aspirants while candidates applying for B. Arch. course should attempt Paper 2. Read full details about JEE Main Paper-2 (B.Arch/B.Plan).
Paper I comprises 3 sections – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
- There will be 90 questions in total
- 30 questions from each section and all the questions will carry 4 marks each.
Paper 2 consists of 82 questions.
- Mathematics and Aptitude comprise 80 questions of 4 marks each
- Drawing section has 2 questions of total 70 marks.
Note: Negative marking of 1 mark would be applicable for both the papers. Download JEE Main 2017 Sample Papers
JEE Main 2017 Exam Dates
CBSE has announced the JEE Main 2017 Result for Paper I on April 27, 2017. The top 2,20,000 rank holders can register for JEE Advanced from April 28. Check the table to know the complete schedule for JEE (Joint Entrance Examination)
|JEE Main 2017 paper (Pen and Paper Based Test)||April 2, 2017|
|JEE Main 2017 paper (Computer Based Test)||April 8 – 9, 2017|
|Online Display of JEE Main Answer Key & OMR Sheet Image||April 18 – 22, 2017|
|Declaration of score card and JEE Main merit list||April 27, 2017|
|Availability of JEE Advanced 2017 Application Form||April 28 – May 02, 2017|
|JEE Advanced 2017||May 21, 2017|
Paper I – 0900 to 1200 hours
Paper II – 1400 to 1700 hours
|Declaration of JEE Advanced 2017 Result||June 11, 2017|
|Declaration of All India Rank||June 30, 2017|
The Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) is slated for June 14, 2017 while the seat allotment process is likely to start from June 19, 2017.
JEE Main 2017 Application form
JEE Main 2017 Application Form can be filled and submitted in only mode only. The last date to complete JEE Main Application Process is extended to January 16, 2017 by CBSE after receiving requests from various students, parents and schools.
JEE Main registration process primarily involves 3 steps – Filling application form, Uploading photograph & signature and payment of application fee.The steps involved in filling JEE Main 2017 Application Form are mentioned below:
- Candidates should visit the official website of JEE Main to apply.
- Next, candidate has to click on the “Apply for JEE Main 2017” button to navigate to the registration page of the JEE main.
- Click on Apply for JEE Main 2017 under New Registration tab
- All the aspirants must possess a valid aadhaar number/ aadhaar enrollment number/registration number issued by CBSE facilitation centers before they apply online.
- Candidates must also have a valid e-mail ID & a mobile number to complete the registration process as well as for future correspondences..
- One has to choose a password of 8 to 13 characters with a capital letter, a small letter, a special chracter and a number.
- Candidates must ensure that they have filled correct details which must match with the aadhaar card and other relevant documents.
- The scanned images i.e., coloured passport size recent photograph, signature and left thumb impression must match the prescribed notifications.
- Finally, candidates have to pay the stipulated application fee using either debit card/credit card/ PayTM/ SBI Buddy Wallet/ Cash Card or by generating and submitting fee via E-challan.
- After Paying the application fee, candidates can succesfully submit their form.
Candidates can later check the status of their JEE Main 2017 Application Form. CBSE also provided the one-time facility for making changes in the form from January 25 to February 03, 2017.
Also Read About JEE Main 2018
JEE Main 2017 Application Fee
JEE Main Application fee for both exam centers in India and outside India are indicated in the table below. The fee will vary according to:
- Candidates’ Category
- Choice of Paper (Paper I/Paper II/Both)
- Mode of Exam (Pen and Paper Based/Computer Based)
- Country of Exam Center (India/Outside India)
|Examination||(General/OBC)(Offline Mode)||(SC/ST/PWD/Girls)||(General/OBC)(Online Mode)||(SC/ST/PWD/Girls)(Online Mode)|
|For Examination Center in India||JEE (Main) Paper-1(B.E./B.Tech.) or JEE (Main) Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning) only||1000||500||500||250|
|Both JEE (Main) Paper-1(B.E./B.Tech.) and JEE (Main) Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning)||1800||900||1300||650|
|For Examination Center Outside India||JEE (Main) Paper-1(B.E./B.Tech.) or JEE (Main) Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning) only||2500||1250||2500||1250|
|Both JEE (Main) Paper-1(B.E./B.Tech.) and JEE (Main) Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning||3800||1900||3800||1900|
JEE Main 2017 Admit Card
Candidates can download JEE Main Admit Card from March 14, 2017.
- Enter roll number and date of birth to download the admit card.
- Facility to retrieve application number and password is also available.
You need to carry this admit card along with you to the examination hall, failing which you will not be allowed to enter the exam hall. Along with this admit card you have to carry following documents to the exam center :-
- Copy of Passing Certificate of class 12 or equivalent examination of year 2015 or 2014 if not opted for improvement
- Copy of improvement exam admit card if opted for an improvement exam
- Copy of Admit card for class 12th examination if appearing for class 12th examination.
Document needed to be carried with the Admit Card on Exam Day
|Candidate Qualification||Documents Required|
|Candidate passed qualifying exam/12th class in 2015 or 2016 and not opted for any improvement in 2017||Copy of Final Marksheet of year 2015 or 2015|
|Candidate passed qualifying exam/12th class in 2014 or 2015 and has opted for any improvement in 2016||Copy of improvement exam admit card of 2016 exam|
|If appearing in 12th examination in 2017||Copy of Admit card of 12th class examination|
Note: A call center will be functional on all working days from March 1, 2017 to address queries related to admit card. Read More About JEE Main Admit Card
JEE Main 2017 Exam Centers
JEE Main 2017 is scheduled to be conducted at multiple centers in India and abroad – 104 cities in India and 9 international cities. Applicants are required to choose their exam center at the time of online registration. Some important details regarding allotment of JEE Main Exam Center are discussed below.
- Candidates can put preference for 4 cities if they are choosing Pen and Paper based test and only 1 center if they are opting for computer based test.
- Selection of exam center depends on several factors such as state code of eligibility, medium of question paper, no. of applicants applying for a center, etc.
- The state code of eligibility is the state from where the candidate has completed 10+2 or equivalent examination or passport (for OCI, PIO and foreign applicants).
- Candidates have to put the correct code at the time of filling the JEE Main Application form.
- Examination centers in Gujarat, Daman & Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli also have the option of Gujarati along with Hindi and English as the Medium of question papers.
CBSE reserves the right to take final decision regarding the allotment of exam centers. The allotted centers and venue details would be mentioned on the JEE Main 2017 Admit Card.
In case of any issues, CBSE can allot center in any other nearby city or cancel any of the allotted center.
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JEE Main 2017 Exam Pattern
60 x 3
There will be 2 papers both have 3 hours duration
Each of 4
Each Correct Answer will be awarded 4 marks
No -ve marking in Paper I. 1 mark will be deducted in Mathematics and Aptitude Section of Paper II for incorrect responses.
offline and online
Paper I is conducted in both online and offline mode while Paper II will be in offline mode
The paper 1 will have objective type questions. Paper 2 comprises objective type and drawing test.
Paper I will have 90 questions. Paper II consists of 82 questions
For Paper 1
JEE Main 2017 will comprise of two papers - Paper 1 for B.E./B.Tech. and Paper 2 for B.Arch./B.Planning. Candidates can appear for any of the papers or for both depending on courses they are seeking admission to. Paper 1 will be in held in both pen paer and computer based mode however paper 2 wil be only in pen paper mode.
- Number and type of questions – The test consist of 90 objective type questions, 30 from each part- Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
- Exam Duration and Timing – The exam will be of 3 hours in duration. Pen paper based test will be from 09:30 am to 12:30 pm while computer based test will be conduted in two shifts depending on number of candidates. Second shift will be from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
- Each question will carry 4 marks
- Negative Marking – 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
The class wise weightage of questions for JEE Main Paper I is mentioned below.
|Subjects||Class 11th||Class 12th||Total|
For Paper 2
- Number of questions and Duration – Paper 2 will also consist 90 questions from three sections- Aptitude Test, Mathematics and Drawing test. Test duration for paper 2 is also 3 hours- 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
- Marking Scheme and Type of questions – Aptitude test will comprise 50 objective type questions of 4 Marks for each correct answer. Mathematics will consist 30 objective type questions having weighatge of 4 marks for each correct response. Drawing test will comprise of 2 questions on Memory and 2D design.
- Negative Marking – 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer for objective type questions
READ MORE ABOUT JEE MAIN EXAM PATTERN
JEE Main 2017 Syllabus
The syllabus for JEE Main 2017 is based on the 10+2 curriculum of CBSE and other regional boards.
- JEE Main 2017 Syllabus will vary for Paper I and Paper II.
- Explore the syllabus carefully to know the topics that matter most in the exam.
- Understanding the weightage of crucial topics will help candidates in chalking out a better preparation strategy.
The subject wise JEE Main 2017 Syllabus is mentioned below.
|General Organic Chemistry||Electrostatics||Sets, Relations and Functions|
|Alcohol Phenol Ether||Thermodynamics||Complex Numbers and Quardatic Equations|
|Redox reactions||Wave Motion||Matrices and Determinants|
|Chemical Bonding||Rotational Motion||Permutations and Combinations|
|Coordination Compound||Laws of Motion||Mathematical Induction|
|P--block elements||Ray Optics||Binomial Theorem and its simple applications|
|S-block elements||Magnetic effect of current and Magnetism||Sequences and Series|
|Aldehyde & Ketones||Simple Harmonic Motion||Limit, Continuity and Differentiability|
|Solutions||Wave optics||Integral Calculus|
|Solid State||Units Dimension Errors||Differential Equations|
|Chemical Thermodynamics||Work Energy Power||Co-Ordinate Geometry|
|Ionic Equilibrium||Modern Physics||Three Dimensional Geometry|
|Chemical Equilibrium||Current Electricity||Vector Algebra|
|Surface chemistry||Electromagnetic Induction||Statistics and Probability|
|Atomic Structure||Physics of Nucleus||Trigonometry – 02|
|Gaseous State||Fluids||Mathematical Reasoning|
|Nuclear Chemistry||Solids and Semiconductor Devices||--|
|Chemical Kinetics||Center of Mass, Impulse and Momentum||--|
|Mole Concepts||Kinetic Theory of Gases||--|
|Amines and Diazonium Salts||Radioactivity||--|
|Alkanes, Alkenes & Alkynes||EM waves||--|
JEE Main Paper Analysis
Around 12 lakhs students appeared for JEE Main last year. It was held in both online and offline mode. As number of candidates appearing in online was more the exam was conducted for 2 days- April 8- April 9, 2017.
The question paper was set similar to previous years. It contained 90 questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and candidates were given 3 hours to solve it. Candidates preparing for the exam can check the chapter wise mark distribution of JEE Main syllabus asked last year. Check JEE Main Paper 2017 Analysis
JEE Main class 11 and 12 questions distribution
In Chemistry, Out of 30 questions 15 questions were framed on class 11 syllabus and 15 from class 12th syllabus. Most of the test takers found this section easier than Physics and Maths.
In Physics section, More weightage was given to class 12th syllabus. Out of 30, 16 questions were asked from class 12 topics. Maximum questions were asked from chapters viz Modern Physics and Mechanics. The graph chart presented below depicts the chapter wise weightage of JEE Main Physics syllabus:-
From Mathematics section maximum questions were asked from Different Calculus and Coordinate Geometry followed by Integral Calculus. Most of the candidates found this section difficult to attempt.
JEE Main 2017 Books
Good reference books and study material are key to success in any top notch entrance exam. JEE Main is the premier national level entrance exam for admission to B.Tech/B.Arch courses in top engineering institutions and there are plenty of popular reference books for JEE Main.
If you score really high and manage to fall in the top 2.2 lac All India Rank holders in JEE Main 2017, then you will be eligible for JEE Advanced which is scheduled for May 21, 2017. Candidates preparing for both Mains and Advanced should keep the following details in mind.
- The question paper will be framed on Class 11 and Class 12 syllabus for subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as prescribed by CBSE.
- The focus of exam conducting authority is to check the subjective knowledge of the students in these subjects.
- Students are advised to stick to the NCERT books for class 11 and class 12 .
However, the reference books tabulated below are very helpful particularly if you are looking to revise important topics and get better clarity on fundamentals of various topics.
|Book Name||Author Name||ISBN Number|
|Concepts of Physics(volume 1 and 2)||HC Verma||8177091875|
|Elements of Coordinate Geometry||SL Loney (Pearson Publications)||818355282X|
|Vector Algebra||Shanti Narayan||812190952X|
Read More About Important Books for JEE Main 2017
In case you haven’t start preparing for JEE Main yet, you can still hope to get a good score in the entrance. The test series and solved sample papers are the best bet to prepare scoring topics. Some popular test series and solved sample papers are indicated below.
JEE Main 2017 Eligibility
The basic eligibility criteria for appearing in JEE Main is you should be class 12th pass or equivalent with 45% marks in each of the subject (40% in case of reserved categories). Other mandatory requirements for clearing JEE Main Eligibility Criteria are mentioned below :-
- Compulsary Subjects- Applicants should be class 12 pass. They must have studied 5 subjects in class 12. For B.E./B.Tech. candidates should have studied Physics and Mathematics along with one of the Chemistry/Biology/Biotechnology. For B.Arch./B.Planning. they must have studied Mathematics subject alongwith 50% marks in total including five subjects.
- Year of Passing- Candidates class 12 passing year should be either 2016 or 2015. Note that candidates appearing for class 12 in 2017 can also apply
- Number of Attempts- A candidate can appear for JEE Main maximum 3 times.
- Age Limit: Candidate’s date of birth should be on or after October 1, 1992 (5 years relaxation for SC/ST/PwD. i.e 1987).
As Madhya Pradesh and Orissa are new enteries in JEE Main, the age limit and number of attempts will remain same as per the past practices for getting admissions in colleges of these states.
JEE Main 2017 Reservation
CBSE will follow the Reservation Rules laid by the Government for admission process through JEE Main. Candidates will be assigned All India Rank (AIR) as per their respective categorical reservation policy. The following categories will be considered in JEE Main 2017 along with percentage reservation-
- NCL-OBC (Non Creamy Layer - Other Backward Class) : 27%
- Scheduled Castes (SC) : 15%
- Scheduled Tribes (ST) : 7.5%
- Persons with Disability (PwD) : 3%
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JEE Main 2017 Result
CBSE has announced JEE Main 2017 Result on April 27, 2017 and candidates can download their score card from official website by entering their JEE Main Roll number and Date of Birth.
How to check JEE Main 2017 Results?
- Go to official website for CBSE
- Enter your JEE Main 2017 Roll Number.
- Enter your Date of Birth as entered in the JEE Main 2017 application form.
- Click on ’Submit’.
- After clicking on ‘Submit’ your score card will be displayed.
- Score Card will contain the marks obtained by candidate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as well as total marks.
The results will be published in two stages – Score cards of candidates will be published on April 27 and then All India Rank (AIR) List for JEE Main 2017 will be released on June 30, 2017.
- JEE Main 2017 Scorecard will contain the following details:
- Sectional score
- Total score
- All India Rank
- All India Category Rank (for reserved category candidates)
- Category wise cut off score for JEE Main 2017
- Candidates’ All India Rank will determine whether the candidate has qualified for JEE Advanced or not.
- The rank list will be prepared on the basis of candidate’s marks in JEE Main 2017 only.
- No Weightage for class 12th board exam is applicable from this year for calculation of ranks.
JEE Main 2017 Cutoff
JEE Main 2017 Cutoff is the minimum score required by candidates to qualify for the counselling and seat allocation process. Some important highlights for JEE Main Cut Off are provided below.
- AIRs for JEE Main would be used for admitting candidates in B.E./ B. Tech program at NITs/IIITs/CFTIs and state owned colleges accepting JEE Main Score. Check colleges accepting low JEE Main Score
- CBSE will announce the JEE Main 2017 Cut off score for all the categories.
- JEE Main Cutoff announced by participating institutes comprises opening and closing ranks required for admission to the institute
- Since, there are usually 5-6 rounds in JEE Main Counselling, all the institutes will release the equal number of cut off lists.
The cutoff would is likely to be available in the final week of June – 2017. JoSAA will hold joint counselling and seat allocation process for shortlisted candidates in both JEE Main and JEE Advanced.
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JEE Main 2017 Counselling
JEE Main 2017 Counselling Process is conducted in online mode and is expected to start from June 24, 2017.
- This process will start post declaration of JEE Advanced 2017 Result.
- The counselling for JEE Main 2017 will be conducted by:
- JoSAA (Joint seat allocation authority) would conduct joint counselling session for IITs, ISMs, IIITs, NITs and other government funded institutes (GFTIs).
- CSAB (Central Seat Allocation Board) conducts separate counselling for SFTIs (Self Funded Technical Institutes) and for NEUT (North Eastern States and Union Territories).
- From this year, candidates seeking admissionin IITs/NITs/IIITs and GFTIs must secure an aggregate of 75% in 10+2 board exams or be in top 20 percentile of their state board exams.
- Candidates from SC/ST category require a minimum of 65% in their Class 12th board exam.
- There are around 92 participating which will take part in these counselling process.
- All the state counselling authorities will conduct their own counselling for B.E./ B.Tech./ B.Arch. admission based on JEE Main 2017 ranks.
The counselling and seat allocation procedure is expected to commence in the month of June 2017.
For participating in JoSAA Counselling 2017, the eligibility criteria is mentioned below:
|Criteria 1||Criteria 2|
|For IITs and ISM Dhanbad||Qualified JEE Advanced 2017 Criteria for Academic Courses at all IITs and ISM & Performance in Qualifying Examination||Qualified JEE Advanced 2017 for Preparatory Courses at all IITs and ISM & Performance in Qualifying Examination|
|For NITS, IIITs and GFTIs||Qualified Rank in JEE Main(Paper-1) 2017 and class 12th||Qualified Rank in JEE Main 2017 in Paper 2 and pass in class 12 with Mathematics as one of the subject|
Through JoSAA seats will be allotted to different institutes as per the available seat matrix. Total number of seats available for admission under Josaa couselling is 33,365 with the following distribution:-
|IITs and ISM Dhanbad||10,006|
Frequently Asked Questions in JEE Main
Ques. I am preparing for NATA 2017 as well as JEE Main 2017 for B. Arch. Kindly tell me what is the difference between both preparations? How much I need to do Mathematics and how much Drawing. I am really confused, please help as soon as possible.
Ans. The exam pattern for NATA as well as JEE Main Paper II for B. Arch. is fairly similar which is a great news for all the aspirants. There are 3 section in JEE Main Paper II – Aptitude Test, Mathematics and Drawing Test. There will be 50 questions in the Aptitude section, 30 questions in the Mathematics section and 2 questions for the Drawing section based on Memory and 2D design.
NATA has 2 separate papers - Paper I for NATA drawing and Paper II for General Aptitude Test & Mathematics. Paper I will have 2 questions for the Drawing section. Paper II will have 30 multiple choice questions each for Aptitude Test and Mathematics. In drawing section, candidates have to draw or sketch a diagram asked in 3D/ 2D and theme sketch where the visualization, symmetry and sketching ability will be tested.
Mathematics is based on the class 11th and 12th section. So, you should strictly focus on the NCERT Textbooks and reference books taught at your school. For Drawing section, you need to practice hard as you need to get all the specifications and dimensions in place.
There is no separate preparation plan for NATA and JEE Main. JEE main scores are valid for admission to various NITs and CFTIs. It is also the qualifying exam to appear for JEE Advanced AAT (Architecture Aptitude Test). NATA is also a widely recognized exam for admission to 5 year integrated B. Arch. program in various State level and private architecture colleges in India.Read about NATA 2017
Ques. Can I edit my category in JEE Main Application Form? I wrote general by mistake.
Ans. Yes, you can edit your category in the JEE Main Application Form 2017. The window for JEE Main Application Form correction is open from January 25, 2017 till February 03, 2017.
The candidates have to login into the official website using login details such as Application Number and Password. JEE Main Form Correction facility is provided only once, i.e. no further opportunities will be given to candidates for making corrections so submit the details after through verification.
Ques. I have made a mistake in my photo that was uploaded in the JEE Main Application form? How to change it can I do it or not?
Ans. In case you have made any mistake while uploading the photograph in JEE Main Application Form, you can edit it by visiting the official website. For this, you have to click on “Remove discrepancy in uploaded images” link provided on the official website. Then, enter your application number and password to login.
After that, upload your new photograph or signature and click on save button to submit the changes.
Ques.What will the required rank for NIT Warangal JEE Main 2017 for OBC-NCL?
Ans.The expected opening and closing ranks in NIT Warangal through JEE Main 2017 for OBC NCL category is indicated in the table below:-
|Branch||Opening Rank||Closing Rank|
|Bio Technology (HS)||22889||27763|
|Bio Technology (OS)||37845||41140|
Ques. I have done all steps for the JEE Main application and at last they showed a message that my examination center (Ernakulam) is full. What is the solution for this? Whether I can write the exam or not? Where will be my examination center.
Ans. In case the examination center chosen by you is full, then you have to select another nearby exam center to give the JEE Main exam. The final decision regarding the allotment of JEE Main Exam Centers is in the hands of the CBSE. Check list of JEE Main Exam Centers
Ques.Sir I am from J&K and I passed class 12th last year with 72%. Am I eligible for JEE mains and can I get admission in a NIT?
Ans. Yes, you are eligible to apply for JEE Main 2017 exam (minimum 50% marks in PCM). To get admission in NIT, a candidate must secure at least 75% marks in 10+2 Exam (65% for SC/ST category) or be in the top 20 percentiles in the 10+2 exam conducted by respective boards.
JEE Main 2017 Contact Details
Candidates in case of any doubt and grievances can contact the authorities