JEE Main 2019 Result

JEE Main 2019 Result – National Testing Agency (NTA) had released the JEE Main 2019 Result for January session on January 19, 2019. The exam for April 2019 attempt was conducted successfully. The result for April 2019 will be available as per the schedule. The percentile score is referred to as the NTA Score. Candidates will be able to check their result using either application number or password or application number and date of birth. To check the result candidates have to visit Based on JEE Main Result admission to NITs, IIITs and CFTIs are made.

Latest: JEE Main 2019 for April response sheet has been released. Check the result for Paper 1 and Paper 2 as per the schedule.

~ For JEE Main 2019 April Result Details – Click Here ~

JEE Main 2019 Result

The JEE Main 2019 Result is prepared using the percentile score based on the normalisation process as the exam was held over 5 days and over different shifts. In the January exam of JEE Main 2019, 15 students had scored 100 percentile. Also, there were 45 toppers from each state of eligibility.

JEE Main 2019  January April
Result Declaration 19 Jan 2019 30 Apr 2019 – Paper 1
15 May 2019 – Paper 2
Exam Dates 08, 09, 10, 11, 12 Jan 2019 07 ,08, 09, 10 & 12 Apr 2019

Result: Click Here to download the JEE Main April 2019 result as soon as it gets released.

How To Download JEE Main 2019 Result?

Candidates can check the easy steps below to check the result of JEE Main 2019 January exam.

  • Start by clicking on the direct link mentioned above.
  • Log in with the credentials i.e. either application number and password or application number and date of birth.

  • On logging in the result will appear on the screen.
  • Don’t forget to save a copy of it to carry your JEE Main 2019 Result to various counselling rounds.

What exactly to look for in your result?

Now this time the result is slightly different. There are no raw scores in your result, but the percentile or NTA scores has been announced. This is because the exam was held over multiple shift and days. Here is what to look for in the JEE Main 2019 Result:

  1. Check the section wise percentile marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. This what you have scored section-wise in the exam.
  2. Then check the total percentile score. This is what is important as the AIR will be based on this percentile score.

Note: AIR is not available in the result. This is because the AIR is based on the candidates’ best out of both percentiles of January and April exam. Thus, NTA will release the AIR after the April exam is over.

Understand How Normalisation Of Marks Is Done!

This Is How The JEE Main 2019 Result Will Appear!

Candidates can check below on how their JEE Main 2019 Result will look like:

How NTA Compiles JEE Main 2019 Result?

This is one of the major concern right now that how NTA will be compiling the result of JEE Main 2019?

Now here is the deal. NTA will compile the result for both the attempt separately. However, the final AIR based on which the admissions will be made will be based on the best percentile scores out of both the attempts. Thus, NTA is releasing the AIR after the April exam is over.

NTA has introduced Percentile scores to regulate the differences in difficulty level over various shifts and days.

For example, if a candidate appears for both January and April exam and scores more in the Apr exam, then the final AIR will be based in his April exam scores. If they appear in any one attempt, the final result will be based on that one attempt only.

Check the below image for example:

Difference Between Percentile And Percentage

The percentage and percentile scores are different. Thus, the candidates must understand what is the difference and how both scores are calculated. There will be no percentage based scores in JEE Main 2019.

Percentage Score: Marks obtained / total marks x 100


Percentile Score: 100 x Number of candidates in the group with aggregate marks less than that obtained by the  candidate/ Total number of candidates in the group

Calculation Of Raw Score And Percentile Score

Here is how NTA will calculate the scores for the result preparation:

  1. The initial step is to calculate the raw score using the marking scheme of the exam:
    Raw Scores = Number of correct answers x 4 – the number of incorrect answers x 1
  2. Next is to calculate the percentile score based on the raw score:
    Percentile Score = (100 X Total number of candidates who have appeared in the “session” with the raw score equal to less than the candidate’s) ÷ Total number of the candidates appeared in the “Session”

Now, based on the Percentile scores (NTA score) the candidates will get their position in the AIR.

How Is NTA Preparing The JEE Main 2019 Scorecard?

The scorecard of JEE Main 2019 will have the following details:

  1. Application Number
  2. Candidate’s Name
  3. Mother’s Name
  4. Father’s Name
  5. Roll number
  6. Category
  7. Gender
  8. PWD status
  9. Date Of Birth
  10. Nationality
  11. Section wise percentile score (NTA Score) in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry
  12. Overall percentile score (NTA Score)

Now, the thing to note is the “percentile score”. Yes, this time NTA is preparing the result using the “Normalisation procedure based on Percentile Score”. Thus, this year instead of the raw scores of the candidates, the scorecard will have the percentile scores.

Re-Evaluation/Re-Checking Of JEE Main 2019 Result

There is no provision in JEE main 2019 to recheck or re-evaluation of the result. The scorecard and AIR once declared is the final one. NTA will not take any correspondence or request regarding the JEE Main 2019 result re-evaluation or rechecking.

Once the result is out and the scores are declared, it will form the basis of preparation of the AIR and all admissions will be based on it.

Planning to appear for JEE Main 2019 April Exam? – Check details here

JEE Main 2019 January Exam Toppers

15 students have scored a perfect 100 percentile. Check their names below:

Candidate’s Name State
Dhruv Arora Madhya Pradesh
Raj Aryan Agrawal Maharashtra
Adelly Sia Kiran Telangana
Bojja Chetan Reddy Andhra Pradesh
Sambit Behera Rajasthan
Naman Gupta Uttar Pradesh
Yindukuri Jayanth Phani Sai Telangana
Vishwanth K Telangana
Himanshu Gaurav Singh Uttar Pradesh
Kevin Martin Karnataka
Shubhankar Gambhir Rajasthan
Battepati Karthikeya Telangana
Ankit Kumar Misra Maharashtra
Jayesh Singla Punjab
Gupta Kartikey Chandresh Maharashtra

Preparation Of JEE Main 2019 AIR

The All India Rank (AIR) of JEE Main 2019 is prepared on the basis of NTA Score (Percentile scores based on raw marks of the candidates). NTA will evaluate the percentile score up to 7 decimal places so as to resolve any ties. The candidates with higher percentile score will be placed higher in the AIR.

The AIR is available after the April exam is over. This is because the AIR is based on the best out of the both exam’s percentile. Therefore, the candidates will get to check the All India rank after the April exam is over. Now, if one is not appearing in the April exam, their rank in the AIR will be based on their January exam total percentile.

If a tie is still existing, the tie-breaking will be done in the following order:

  • Mathematics Percentile
  • Physics Percentile
  • Chemistry Percentile
  • Candidates older in age
  • If the resolution is not possible after this criterion, candidates will be given the same rank

What After The Declaration Of JEE Main 2019 Result

After the declaration of the JEE Main 2019 result after the April exam, candidates will be called for counselling based on their AIRs. NITs/IIITs/CFTIs intake admission on the basis of JEE Main 2019 scores. Also, many other private institutes accept the JEE Main score for B.Tech/B.E. and B.Arch/B.Plan admissions. The admission process based on the JEE Main 2019 scores in the NITs/IIITs/CFTIs are as follows:

Admission Process Of NITs, IIITs, CFTIs, SFIs etc

Admissions to the NITs, IIITs, CFTIs and other participating institutes of Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) will be based on the All India Ranks (AIR) by NTA. The eligibility condition must be however satisfied that the candidate must have at least 75% aggregate percentage in 10+2. For SC/ST candidates the qualifying marks would be 65% in the 12th class examination. Check the table below:

Course Required Criteria based on Class 12th / Equivalent qualifying Examination
B.E/B.Tech. Passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/ Biotechnology/Biology/Technical Vocational subject
B.Arch./B.Plan Passed 10+2 examination with Mathematics.

Seat Allotment process based On JEE Main 2019 Result

  • Candidates shall be offered admission based on their choices and All India Ranks of JEE (Main)- 2019 through a Seat Allocation Process by CSAB.
  • The candidates will be able to make their choices online for branches/programs and institutes at an appropriate time.
  • Candidates need to register separately with CSAB with their JEE Main 2019 details to participate in the seat allotment process.
  • They need to login into the CSAB portal to check the seat allotted to them and participate in the further process.
  • The verification of documents would be done at the time of Seat Allocation Process/admission. The purpose would be to verify different records regarding identification, age, qualifying examination, state of eligibility, category and disability (if any) of the candidate.

JEE Main 2019 Cutoff – How will Cutoff change in 2019?

Well, there are two types of marks candidates have to take care of in JEE Main. These are cutoff marks of JEE Advanced and opening and closing ranks of various participating institutes.

Now, with NTA to conduct JEE Main 2019, it will be interesting to see how it will impact the cutoff marks. There might not be any impact in the opening and closing ranks by the various participating institutes, but the cutoff marks for JEE Advanced might be affected.

Previous years cutoff marks for JEE Advanced:

Category JEE Main 2018 Cut Off
Max Marks Min Marks
Common Rank List 350 74
OBC-NCL 73 45
SC 73 29
ST 73 24
PWD 73 -35

JEE Main 2019 January Exam Statistics

The number of candidates appearing in JEE Main 2019 also affects the cutoff, apart from that the cutoff marks depends on the difficulty level, number of seats available and various such factors. Thus v=below is the analysis of the same:

Number of candidates who appeared in JEE Main 2019 January Exam

  • Total: 11,09,250 registered candidates
  • Paper 1: 9,29,198
  • Paper 2: 1,80,052

The category wise and gender wise data are available below for JEE Main 2019 Paper 1:

  • General Males: 319834
  • General Females: 132638
  • SC Males: 63152
  • SC Females: 22913
  • ST Males: 25506
  • ST Females: 9369
  • OBC Males: 251995
  • OBC Females: 103786

The category wise and gender wise data are available below for JEE Main 2019 Paper 2:

  • General Males: 47481
  • General Females: 36957
  • SC Males: 11949
  • SC Females: 6019
  • ST Males: 6055
  • ST Females: 2994
  • OBC Males: 38908
  • OBC Females: 29688

JEE Main Toppers

Topping the national level engineering entrance exam is a big deal. No wonder the students who top such exams are an inspiration and are a source of immense inspiration. Thus, candidates who are looking forward to participating in the April exam can check the names of the toppers from previous years to know their preparation strategies:

JEE Main Toppers 2018
    • Suraj Krishna from Vijayawada– Rank 1
    • V.V.K Hemant ChodiPilli from Andhra Pradesh – Rank 2
  • Parth Laturi from Maharashtra – Rank 3
JEE Main Toppers 2017
  • Kalpit Veerwal (360 out of 360) – Rank 1
  • Vasu Jain (350 out of 360) – Rank 2
  • Ananye Agarwal (350 out of 360) – Rank 3

JEE Main 2019

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