JEE MAIN 2018 Result

JEE Main 2018 Result for Paper 1 (B.Tech/B.E.) will be declared in the last week of April 2018. The result for Paper 2 (B.Arch./B.Planning) is expected to be announced by May 2018. Both online and offline exams are scheduled in the first week of April 2018. Nearly 13 lakh candidates are expected to appear for JEE Main 2018.

  • Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the conducting body, will be declaring JEE Main 2018 Result at its official website i.e. cbseresults.nic.in.
  • Candidates can enter their roll number and date of birth to view JEE Main Scorecard
  • Class XII marks will not be considered to calculate the normalized score, as decided by CBSE.
  • JEE Main Cut off is prepared on the basis of the normalized score. The expected JEE Main 2018 Cut off is:
  1. For General category, the minimum score required is 81.
  2. For OBC Category, the candidates must score 32
  3. For SC and ST categories, the minimum cut off score is 32 and 27 respectively.
  • Generally, the top 2.2 lakh rank holders who qualify JEE Main are shortlisted for JEE Advanced. The numbers are expected to rise this year.
  • JEE Main 2018 Score will be used to prepare All India Rank List and State Merit Lists on the basis of which seats will be allocated to NITs, IIITs and other Central and State Government funded institutes.
  • For admission to IITs, NITs, IIITs and GFTIs, JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) conducts the counselling while for SFTIs and NEUTs, CSAB (Central Board of Secondary Education) conducts the counselling. Read about  JoSSA Counselling
  • For state quota seats in JEE Main 2018, state counselling authorities will allocate seats on the basis of state merit lists.
  • JEE Advanced is expected to be conducted in May 2018 and the result is expected to be declared in the last week of June 2018.

READ WHAT TO DO AFTER JEE MAIN RESULT DECLARATION


JEE Main 2018 Result Highlights

JEE Main 2018 Result Date (Paper 1) Last week of April 2018
JEE Main 2018 Result Date (Paper 2) Last week of May 2018
Mode of Availability Online
Website for JEE Main Result Declaration www.cbseresults.nic.in
Details on Score Card Normalized Marks obtained in JEE Main, Whether candidate has qualified for JEE Advanced, Personal Details
Details on Rank Card All India Rank, State Rank of the candidate, Category Rank, Total Marks scored by the candidate, Section wise Marks obtained by the candidate
JEE Advanced 2018 Registration begins from Last week of April 2018
JEE Advanced 2018 is scheduled on Third week of May 2018
JEE Main Counselling begins from June 2018
Seat Intake of IITs 34895 
Seat Intake of various SFTIs 16987
Seat Intake of various NEUTs 981

How to Check JEE Main 2018 Result?

After JEE Main 2018, the result will be available on the official website i.e. cbseresults.nic.in. In order to save you from such exasperation, you should follow below steps to access your JEE main result 2018:

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  1. Visit the official website of CBSE
  2. Find the direct link to JEE mains result at the top of page.
  3. Provide roll number and date of birth 
  4. Click on submit to get your JEE Main 2018 Results 
  5. Save and download your scorecard
  • Students can save the copies of JEE main result 2018 for further reference. The JEE mains result score will enable students to apply to the most respected colleges across the country.
  • They are required to submit the admission application along with the valid JEE main Result 2018 score and counselling fee through the JEE main official website to be considered for admission.

Details on JEE Main 2018 Rank Card

  • All India Rank in JEE
  • National Rank
  • Category Rank
  • Total Marks in JEE main
  • Marks obtained in each paper
Note: JEE Main Rank Card will be available on JEE Main website link and declared on or before June. Candidates have to download the score/ rank card from the website because it will not be dispatched to the students.

Normalization of Marks in JEE Main 2018

  • Calculation of normalized marks will be done without considering the Class XII marks.
  • Candidates with 75% marks (65% for reserved categories) in Class XII qualify for JEE Advanced.
  • Candidates within top 20 percentile in their state board also qualify for JEE Main Counselling.
  • Normalization is calculated with the number of candidates in the group with aggregate marks less than the candidate divided by the total number of candidates and multiplied by 100.

What is the difference between Percentile and Percentage?

Percentage is the division of scores obtained by the candidate to the total scores multiplied by 100. Here is the formula to calculate the percentage:

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Percentile is the percentage of students below your percentage in your particular board (here is XYZ board). Here is the formula used for calculating the percentile:

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JEE Main 2018 Rank List

Merit list will be displayed by CBSE, as at the time of counseling, it will be most important factor for locking up the right college and branch for a candidate.

Merit List for Admission in BE / B.Tech (other than IIT’s)

  • Marks obtained in Mathematics in JEE Main 2018. Students who are obtaining higher marks will be given better rank.
  • Marks obtained in Chemistry in JEE Main 2018. Students who are obtaining higher marks will be given better rank.
  • Marks obtained in Physics in JEE Main 2018. Students who are obtaining higher marks will be given better rank.
  • By finding the ration of negative and positive marks. Students who are having higher absolute value will be given better rank.

Merit List for Admission in B.Arch (other than IIT’s)

  • Marks obtained in Aptitude test in JEE Main 2018. Students who are obtaining higher marks will be given better rank.
  • Marks obtained in Drawing in JEE Main 2018. Students who are obtaining higher marks will be given better rank.
  • By finding the ration of negative and positive marks. Students who are having higher absolute value will be given better rank.

JEE Main Rank Predictor 2018

  • JEE Main 2018 Rank Predictor offers predicted JEE Main 2018 AIR and probable colleges you are likely to get on the basis of your JEE Main Score.
  • The Rank Predictor of JEE Main uses your obtained marks in each section and predicts your college considering multiple factors such as difficulty level of the examination, average marks scored and vacancies available in IITs, NITs, GFTIs, and other SFTIs.
  • It is a helpful tool to plan or expect the kind of courses they might have an option of choosing for under graduation.

How to Use JEE Main 2018 Rank Predictor?

  1. Go to JEE Main Rank Predictor
  2. You will be redirected to our JEE Main 2018 Rank Predictor tool
  3. To use our Rank Predictor of JEE Main 2018, you must enter Basic & Academic details such as registered name in JEE Main 2017 Application Form, your contact details, JEE Main 2017 Registration Details, your desired branch (BE/B.Tech) & predicted JEE Main 2018 AIR.

JEE Main 2017 Rank Predictor

  1. After filling your Academic Details, enter marks obtained in each section of JEE Main 2018 viz. Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. The Marks entered in each section should sum up to the total marks entered.

Rank Predictor for JEE Main 2017

  1. Submit your category and Home State including Preferred Location and help us shortlist you the best B.Tech institutes available at your rank.
  1. Check Your Predicted Rank and available colleges at you obtained marks in JEE Main 2018.

JEE Main 2018 Cut Off

  • JEE Main Cut off is the minimum score that is used to screen admissions.
  • Candidates will be shortlisted for the JEE Main Seat Allocation Process on the basis of the cutoff released by JAB (Joint Apex Board).
  • As analyzed by experts, JEE Main Cut off 2018 will be higher as compared to the previous cut off. This is mainly due to the moderate difficulty level of the exam and number of applications.
  • Since this year Class XII marks won’t be considered for score calculation, candidates must get good scores in JEE Main to qualify for the admission.
  • The cut-off marks are decided on Number of candidates, available seats and difficulty level of examination etc.

Expected JEE Main 2018 Cut off for all categories is as follows-

Category Cut Off Marks
General  100
Other Backwards Classes (OBC)  70
Scheduled Caste (SC) 52
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 48

Read more about  JEE Main Cut off


JEE Main 2018 Counselling

  • Candidates will be called for the counselling process on the basis of their rank obtained in JEE Main merit list.
  • JEE Main Counselling is organized separately by two authorities- JoSAA and CSAB.
  • The counselling for JEE Main 2018 will start from July 2018 (tentatively).
  • The whole counselling process will be held online. Candidates have to register themselves at the official website. 

JoSSA Counselling

  • Candidates can register for JOSAA 2018 as per schedule and select preferences for colleges and branches.
  • Allotments of seat will be based on All India Rank, seat preferences, and availability of seats.
  • After seat allotment, candidates can confirm it or try another available option. Each college has limited seats.
  • JoSSA Counselling is conducted for admission to 93 IITs, NITs, IIITs and GFTIs including ISM Dhanbad.
  • Candidates can apply for around 631 courses through JoSAA.
  • Candidates with atleast 75% aggregate marks in Class XII are eligible to apply for JoSAA.

CSAB Counselling

CSAB conducts JEE Main Counselling for admission to SFTIs (Self-Financed Technical Institutes) and NEUTs (North Eastern and Union Territory Institutes). Here are the details of the counselling conducted by CSAB:

  • CSAB SFTI is open to all the candidates who qualify JEE Main.
  • Candidates can apply for around 140 programs in 21 self-financed institutions through CSAB SFTI Counselling.
  • Candidates can seek admissions to 213 NEUTs offering 47 courses through CSAB NEUT