JEE Main Rank Vs Marks 2019

If you wish to get an idea as for what rank to expect with respect to the marks you have scored in the JEE Main exam, you can go through the information provided below. National Testing Agency (NTA)will be conducting the JEE Main exam 1st attempt from 6th January to 20th January 2019 and 2nd attempt from 6th April to 20th April 2019.

The Joint Admission Board announces the JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks every year after the JEE Main results. The rank of a candidate is calculated on the basis of the marks scored by him or her in the exam. It must be noted that the JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks do not vary on the basis of the categories. When the All India Ranks will be released, it will be declared without considering the categories. Categories will only be considered when the counselling procedure will commence.

The advantage with JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks is that the students get an idea as for where to look for admission at the time of JEE Main counselling process. If you are able to clear the JEE Main cut off with JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks, you can seek admission in the Indian Institute of Technology (IIITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs), and Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs). The JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks will also help you in knowing whether you are eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced exam or not.

NOTE: The Marks Vs Ranks for JEE Main 2019 is yet to be released. Below you will find the information about JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks for the year 2018. This will help you get a better understanding of JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks concept.

JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks 2019

JEE Main 2019 will be conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) and the JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks will be released soon after the JEE Main result gets declared.

Until 2018, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was conducting the JEE Main examination. The results and cutoff for 2018 were as follows:

JEE Main 2018 Cutoff


When determining the JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks, the examination authorities consider the following factors:

  • Previous year JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks
  • Number of applications received
  • Number of questions asked in the paper
  • Performance of the candidates
  • The difficulty level of the exam

How to Check your Rank JEE Main Marks Vs. Ranks?

  • Log on to the official website of the Joint Entrance Examination (MAIN) 2019
  • Enter your Roll No. & Date of Birth.
  • Click on the “Submit” button.
  • The Rank List will be displayed on the screen.
  • Check your rank and save it for further use.

JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks For National Institutes of Technology (NITs)

The National Institutes of Technology (NITs) are public institutes of higher education that are governed by the National Institutes of Technology Act, 2007. They are considered as the institutions of national importance like the Indian Institutes of Technology(IITs). There are overall 31 NITs in India and each one of them is funded by the Indian Government. These institutes are regarded as the top-ranked engineering colleges and have one of the lowest acceptance rates for engineering institutes in the country(2 to 3%), second only to the IITs in India.

JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks For All Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs)

Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) area group of institutes for higher education in India that mainly focuses on information technology. At present, there are 23 IIITs, out of which 5 are established, funded and operated by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). The rest 18 institutions are established with the public-private partnership (PPP) model.

JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks For All GFTIs

Government Funded Technical Institutes are another set of institutions that aims to enhance the Indian technical education scenario. This group of institutes referred to as GFTIs. Currently, there are 18 GFTIs that endeavours to form a technically sound society and help augment the progression of India. One thing which is common to these technical institutes is that they are among the participating bodies of JEE Main. The Central Seat Allocation Board constituted institutions are managed by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority for the intake process which is conducted in multiple rounds.

Last 5 Years’ Cut Off Trends for JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks

Below is the cut off trends for the last 5 years of JEE Main

Cut Off Trends for JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks (General Category)


Cut Off Trends for JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks (OBC-NCL Category)



Cut Off Trends for JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks (SC Category)



Cut Off Trends for JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks (ST Category)



JEE Main Rank VS Marks

MarksRank Range
301 to 3601 – 9
281 to 30010 – 83
261 to 28084 – 244
241 to 260245 – 706
221 to 240707 – 1755
201 to 2201756 – 4163
181 to 2004164 – 8997
161 to 1808998 – 18371
141 to 16018372 – 35928
121 to 14035929 – 67649
101 to 12067651 – 125722
81 to 100125723 – 237034
61 to 80237035 – 463443
41 to 60463444 – 844544
21 to 40844546 – 1093113
1 to 201093115 – 1121966


Note – The Information provided here is just for the reference. Readers are suggested not to consider it official.

Cut Off Trends for JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks (Category Wise) Against the Number of Candidates



Important Dates of JEE Main Marks Vs Ranks

JEE Main Admit Card Release DateFrom 17th December 2018
JEE Main 2019 Exam Date6th January 2019 to 20th January 2019 (First Attempt)

6th April 2019 to 20th January 2019
(Second Attempt)

JEE Main 2019 Result Date31st January 2019 (First Attempt)

30th April 2019 (Second Attempt)

NOTE: While it must mean a lot for you to clear your JEE Main 2019 exam, however, you must remember that if you are unable to clear JEE Main, it doesn’t mean it’s not the end of the world. You can always go for the next attempt as from 2019 onwards, the National Testing Agency will be conducting the JEE Main exam twice in a year.

Updated: January 31, 2019 — 11:36 am

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