NTA will release the JEE Main result 20202 twice a year, separately for January and April editions. The First Attempt result has been scheduled to be declared on 19th January 2020 (for Paper-I) and 31st January 2020 (for Paper-II), and the Second Attempt result will be announced on 30th April 2020 (for Paper-I) and 15th May 2020 (for Paper-II).
The result will be declared online. Candidates can check their scorecard by logging in to the authorised website of JEE Main. National Testing Agency, formed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, has been entrusted with the responsibilities to administer the Joint Entrance Examination Main for admission to UG programmes in IIITs, NITs and CFTIs.
The JEE Main exam 2020 will be held twice before admissions in the upcoming academic session. The JEE Main January 2020 exam will be organised between 6th and 11th January 2020. Read further for detailed information pertaining to JEE Main 2020 result.
Note: JEE Main Results 2020 for January session will be declared online. You can check your result at jeemain.nic.in
JEE Main Result 2020 – Important Dates
|Availability of application (January Session)||03-September-2019|
|Last date for submission||10-October-2019|
|Admit card available||06-December-2019|
|Exam date||Between 6th to 11 January 2020|
|Declaration of result||31-January-2020|
|Availability of application (April Session)||08-February-2020|
|Last date for application||07-March-2020|
|Admit card available||16-March-2020|
|Exam date||Between 3rd to 9th April 2020|
|Declaration of result||30-April-2020|
How to Check JEE Main Result 2020
The JEE Main result would contain the scorecard in a PDF format. Aspirants who would take the exam in January will be able to access their JEE Main results 2020 on 31st January 2020. The result will be declared by the Agency on its official website.
Go through the steps below to check the result of JEE Main entrance exam.
- Visit the official website of NTA JEE Main.
- Select the tab that says ‘JEE Main Result 2020’
- Enter details like Application Number and Password.
- Enter the security PIN and click the ‘Login’ button.
- The result will be displayed on the screen.
- Download and take a printout.
- Preserve the hard cop, which will be required during the counselling/ admission process.
Sample of JEE Main Score Card
The scorecard or result will have the following details or information on it –
- Name of the student,
- Name of the parents’ of the candidate,
- Roll number,
- State code eligibility
- Total scores.
Candidates wishing to appear in both the exams (January and April) will have to wait till 30 April 2020. The best of the two JEE Main scores will be given preference for admission.
Score of Paper I and Paper II
To determine the scores, NTA would consider the underneath procedure –
- Raising Objections: After the completion of both January and April exams, NTA will release or display the recorded responses and answer keys of MCQs of Paper I and II on the official website. In order words, the answer keys will be released twice – once after the January session exam and once after the April session exam. The candidates can raise an objection if they are not satisfied with the responses of the answer key. The recorded responses can be challenged by remitting the processing charges, i.e. Rs. 1,000/- per question. The fee can be paid through online mode by using the debit and credit card. Candidates must note that the fee once paid cannot be refunded. The JEE Main 2020 Information Bulletin states, “The result will be compiled on the basis of final answer key declared. No grievance with regard to the answer key(s) after the declaration of result of JEE (Main)-2020 will be entertained.”
- The final answer key will be released after evaluating the objections/ challenges. The raw marks and the final answer key will further be considered before the announcement of the final result
- Since the papers will be conducted in multiple shifts, the raw marks of the respective shifts will be taken into consideration.
Compilation of Result of JEE Main 2020 (Paper I & II)
This is what the official notification states about the compilation of the result;
“Since, January JEE (Main)-2020 B.E./B.Tech first attempt will be conducted in multi-shifts, NTA scores will be calculated corresponding to the raw marks obtained by a candidate. The calculated NTA scores for all the shifts/sessions will be declared by 31st January 2020. This shall comprise of the four NTA scores for each of the three subjects (Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry) and the total in B.E./B.Tech of January JEE (Main)–2020.”
“Since, January JEE (Main)-2020 B.Arch and B.Planning will be conducted in multi-shifts, the raw marks obtained by all the candidates who appeared will be converted into NTA score and declared by 31st January 2020. This shall comprise of four NTA scores for each of the three parts (Mathematics, Aptitude Test, Drawing Test or Planning Based Test) and total in B.Arch/B.Planning of January JEE(Main)-2020.”
What Happens In Case of Tie
When two or more students secure equal scores, the exam-conducting authority will break the tie using these methods –
- Age factor (older in age)
- Raw mark in Physics
- Raw mark in Mathematics
- Raw mark in Chemistry
Note: If the outcome is unsatisfactory or the resolution is not possible after using the above-mentioned methods, the aspirants will be offered the same rank.
JEE Main Cut Off 2019
Candidates can check the cut off marks for the previous year in JEE Main from the table provided. This will give them an idea about the JEE Main 2020 result-
|JEE Main 2019 CUT-OFF (April Session)|
|Category||Cut-Off for Paper-I|
|Common Rank List||89.75|
|General – EWS||78.21|
|OBC – NCL||74.31|
JEE Main Rank VS Marks
These are the JEE main rank vs marks table which just for reference purpose and you can expect the next one. Check out all the rank vs marks and cut-ff trend for last 5 year.
|301 to 360||1 – 9|
|281 to 300||10 – 83|
|261 to 280||84 – 244|
|241 to 260||245 – 706|
|221 to 240||707 – 1755|
|201 to 220||1756 – 4163|
|181 to 200||4164 – 8997|
|161 to 180||8998 – 18371|
|141 to 160||18372 – 35928|
|121 to 140||35929 – 67649|
|101 to 120||67651 – 125722|
|81 to 100||125723 – 237034|
|61 to 80||237035 – 463443|
|41 to 60||463444 – 844544|
|21 to 40||844546 – 1093113|
|1 to 20||1093115 – 1121966|
Note – The Information provided here is just for the reference. Readers are suggested not to consider it official.
JEE Main Cut-off 2020
The JEE Main 2020 cut-off list will carry the roll numbers of the candidates who make it to the qualifying list. The top 2,50,000 JEE Main qualifiers will be eligible to appear in the JEE Advanced 2020 exam. Factors like availability of seats, number of applicants, etc. play an important role in preparing the cut-off.