JEE Advanced 2019 Results Declared! Read How To Check

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The results of JEE Advanced 2019 are out, declared by IIT Roorkee at 10:00 AM IST today! Category wise All India Rankings (AIR), as well as exam scores, have been released. JEE Advanced 2019 was conducted on May 27, 2019. The answer keys were declared by IIT Roorkee on June 04, 2019.

Students who appeared for the exam can now check their results in online mode from the official website of JEE Advanced 2019. Individual ranks cards will not be sent to the students. They need to follow the below-given simple steps to check their results:

  1. Visit the official website of JEE Advanced 2019.
  2. Locate and click on the ‘Result portal’ link.
  3. Enter all details like DOB, registration number, mobile number and e-mail ID.
  4. Click on the ‘Submit’ or ‘Sign in’ button.
  5. The results will get displayed on your computer/mobile screen.
  6. Download and take a print out of the same for future reference.

Details Available In JEE Advanced 2019 Result

The following details will be available to the students after the declaration of JEE Advanced 2019 result:

  • Registration Number
  • Roll Number
  • Name & DOB of the candidate
  • Common Rank List (CRL) Rank or Status of qualifying
  • Score in all three sections (Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics)
  • Total JEE Advanced 2019 score

Facts about JEE Advanced 2019

JEE Advanced is a national-level entrance conducted for granting admission to the Bachelor, Integrated Masters and Dual Degree Engineering courses in IITs. It is the second phase of JEE after JEE Main. It is conducted to fill more than 11,000 seats in the present 23 IITs, ISM, IIPE, RGPIT, IISER, IIST, and IISc Bangalore.

In 2019, more than 1.75 lakh students across India took JEE Advanced, which is the second phase of JEE. 30% of the students from top 2.45 lakh JEE Main qualified students did not register for JEE Advanced 2019.

Divided into Paper 1 and Paper II, it is considered one of the most difficult engineering entrance exams in India. Students who prepared thoroughly for JEE Advanced found Paper I moderately difficult. They found Chemistry as the easiest and Mathematics as the toughest out of the three sections.

Note: Students must be careful that merely qualifying in JEE Advanced, filling up choices and participating in the joint allocation process does not guarantee admission in any of the IITs. It depends on the availability of seats in the counseling round. Seat allotment and counseling will be held by Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA).

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