JEE Advanced Result 2020 has been finally declared by IIT Delhi today (October 5) on the official website of JEE Advanced. Candidates who have appeared on IIT JEE Advanced exam this year can directly download the result/ scorecard online from the aforementioned site by logging in with their credentials (roll number and password). IIT Delhi has also published the results via press release as well.
JEE Advanced exam was held this year on September 12 in 222 cities and 1001 JEE exam centres by NTA following a lot of postponements due to coronavirus outbreak. Nearly 1.6 lakh candidates registered for the exam this year. Out of which, a total of 1,51,311 candidates appeared for Paper 1 and 1,50,900 candidates appeared for Paper 2.
Qualified candidates of JEE Advanced 2020 will be able to register for JoSAA counselling which will begin from October 6, 2020. Candidates should keep their eyes onto the official website of JEE Advanced for further updates.
How to Check JEE Advanced 2020 Results Online?
Step 1: Visit the official website of JEE Advanced.
Step 2: Click on the LINK given with a heading of JEE (Advanced) 2020 Result under Notice to candidates.
Step 3: Once you click on it, a window will appear where you have to enter your roll number, Date of Birth, phone number.
Step 4: Thereafter click on the ‘SUBMIT’ button.
Step 5: JEE Advanced result will appear on your screen. Download the scorecard for further reference.
Chirag Falor of IIT Bombay zone has bagged the All India Rank 1 in the 2020 JEE Advanced exam while Kanishka Mittal of IIT Roorkee zone has bagged the All India Rank 17 in Common Rank List (CRL). She has scored 315 out of 396 while Chirag has obtained 352 marks.
Out of all the candidates who have appeared for the JEE Advanced exam this year, 43,204 candidates in total have qualified for the exam, where 6,707 are female candidates and the remaining are male candidates.
Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Minister of Education, took to Twitter to congratulate the candidates who have successfully cleared the 2020 JEE Advanced exam. He wrote: “I congratulate all students of #JEEAdvanced who got their desired rank and request them to work for #AtmaNirbharBharat in the near future.”
He further added in another tweet mentioning the JEE Advanced candidates who could not clear the exam this year. “Plenty of opportunities are available for students who couldn't get their desired rank. Students should remember that an exam cannot define them.”