JEE Advanced Result 2019

JEE Advanced 2019 Result - Important Updates on JEE Advanced Results 2019

After a period of uncertainty because of the upcoming election dates, IIT Roorkee has finally announced that the JEE Advanced result will be declared on June 14, 2019. The results will be comprised of Category-wise AIR (All India Rank), place in the CRL (Common Rank List), scores of all subjects in Paper 1 and 2 as well as the total marks obtained.

Candidates can view their JEE Advanced result 2019 by visiting the official website of JEE Advanced. All you have to do is put your registration number and date of birth into the result portal. As a reminder, the concerned authorities have also taken the initiative to send an SMS to the registered mobile number of the candidate just before announcing the results.

All about JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced is one of the most fiercely competitive tests in India. Lakhs of aspirants appear for this test every year, out of which only a handful are finally selected. It ascertains selection for the undergraduate programmes in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). The only exceptions are the architecture programs in IIT Roorkee and IIT Kharagpur for which candidates have to appear for the Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT).

This year, IIT Roorkee is conducting the JEE Advanced test. Along with the dates for JEE Advanced result, they have also announced the revised JEE Advanced test dates. It will be held on May 27,2019.

JEE Advanced is a CBT or computer based test held in 2 parts - Paper 1 and Paper 2. Only those candidates who appear for both these papers are eligible for a place in the CRL.

JEE Advanced: Quick facts

Name of the testJoint Entrance Examination Advanced (JEE Advanced)
ScopeNational
Conducting AuthorityIIT Roorkee
PurposeUndergraduate admission to IITs
CoursesB.Tech, B.Arch
No. of papers2
SubjectsMathematics, physics, chemistry
TypeCBT
Duration180 minutes for each paper
No. of applicants in 20192,45,000


JEE Advanced answer key

Candidates who sit for both Paper 1 and Paper 2 of JEE Advanced will be sent a copy of the answer key on their e-mail addresses. It will also be displayed on IIT Roorkee’s official portal on May 29, 2019. Candidates can tally their answers against this answer key and obtain a fair idea of how much they may score. In a first, IIT Roorkee is also allowing candidates to send their feedback through their online portal.

How to check JEE Advanced result 2019?

The result sheet for JEE Advanced has two main components namely Rank List and Rank Card. In the Rank List, the All India Rank of the candidate will be specified. In other words, candidates are ranked in descending order according to their aggregate marks. The Rank Card is nothing but the individual details of each candidate, ergo their scores in each subject and cumulative marks.

The process of accessing your JEE Advanced result is online, just like the test itself. Follow the steps mentioned below:

  • 1. Visit the official website of JEE Advanced, jeeadv.ac.in, and click on the JEE Advanced Result 2019 Link.

  • 2. On the next window, enter your JEE Advanced registration number and date of birth (both available on your Admit card).

  • 3. Click on the ‘Submit’ link below.

  • 4. Your Rank Card will be displayed on the screen. For future reference, it is recommended that you save the same and also print a copy.

  • You will find the following details on your result sheet.

  • • Registration number

  • • Roll number

  • • Name

  • • DOB

  • • Qualifying Status

  • • Subject-wise marks

  • • Total marks

  • Facts about JEE Advanced Rank List (CRL)

    Common Rank List or CRL is a ranking system based on the aggregate marks of each candidate. Here are a few considerations behind the preparation of this list.

  • • Candidates who appear in only one paper out of two are not considered for this list.

  • • The total marks for each subject are calculated after taking the scores from both Paper 1 and Paper 2.

  • • Your place in the JEE Advanced merit list will be based on your aggregate marks which are the total marks obtained in all three subjects.

  • • There is a tie-breaker system in place for individuals with the same marks.

  • • There is a minimum eligibility marks limit. It varies with categories.

  • Tiebreaker policy

    Due to the massive number of students taking this test, there is always a possibility of two or more students obtaining the same aggregate marks. In situations such as this, there is a tiebreaker policy in place used to assign ranks on the JEE Advanced rank list.

  • • The candidate who has obtained higher marks in Mathematics will be awarded a higher rank.

  • • In case there is still a tie, the marks for Physics will be taken into consideration. Candidate scoring higher marks here is awarded a higher rank.

  • • If the tie is still unbroken, both candidates will receive the same rank. They will be evaluated based on their performances in the next rounds.

  • Minimum eligibility marks

    To secure a place in the JEE Advanced merit list, a candidate has to obtain a minimum score in each subject as well as in aggregate. It varies from category to category.

    Rank listSubject wise minimum marksMinimum aggregate marks
    CRL1290
    OBC1181
    ST0645
    SC0645
    CRL PwD0645
    OBC PwD0645
    SC PwD0645
    ST PwD0645
    Preparatory Course RL323


    What happens after the results?

    After a candidate has qualified based on his/her JEE Advanced result, he/she has to register for Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) Counselling. It is a joint counseling for both JEE Advanced and Mains. Its date is expected to be announced in June 2019.
    Registering for JoSAA is also an online process. You have to fill out a detailed form which contains, among other things, the name of the course and institutions that you would like to apply to. Each IIT announces its cut-off marks beforehand, and candidates are encouraged to check that before filling their JoSAA forms.

    However, one must note that clearing the cut-off marks does not guarantee admission. Admission is based on the availability of seats in the institution after various rounds of selection.

    Courses on offer include:

  • • B.Tech, B.Pharma, B.S (4 years)

  • • B.Arch (5 years)

  • • B.Tech- M.Tech Dual degree (5 years)

  • • Integrated Masters (5 years)

  • The entire process from the declaration of results to admissions is expected to take around 2 months. Use that time prudently. Prepare well for the process, and land a place at your dream institution.