Result of JEE Main, has been declared as a result of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main Paper 1. The result of Paper 2 will be declared tomorrow. Suraj Krishna, who lives in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, has topped JEE Main 2018. Students who take the exam can see their results on the official website of JEE Main, jeemain.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in and results.nic.in.
18, 0331 boys and 50, 693 girls pass
Let me know that the Offline Examination of JEE Main was on 8th April, whereas online exams took place on 15th April. About 10,43,739 candidates had registered for the main examination. Under this, a total of 2,31,024 students have been declared close to sitting in JEE Advance. Those passing in JEE Main’s Paper One are 18, 0331 boys and 50, 693 girls.
Those passing in the general category have 111275 candidates and their cut-off is 74. There are 65313 students of OBC-NCL category, whose cut-offs have been fixed for cut-offs for 45 students of scheduled castes and 29 for cut-off 29 for scheduled students and 17256 for Scheduled Tribes category. 2755 students have passed in the Divyang category.
CBSE offers JEE Main exam in all over the country
Nearly 14 lakh students had passed the examination of this year JEE Main. Explain that JEE Main’s exams are offered to students who want to study in the technical line. JEE Main exams are conducted by CBSE across the country.
JEE Main exams get top rank holders admission in top technical institutes like IITs and NITs in the country. However for students to get admission in IITs, students also have to pass a JEE Advanced exam. Candidates passing JEE Main will qualify for the examinations of JEE Advanced.