JEE Advanced Result 2019: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee has finally declared the JEE Advanced Result 2019 today, i.e. June 14, 2019. The students can now check their score card on the official website of the examination - jeeadv.ac.in. Earlier, the official website of the institute faced some technical glitches, which delayed the publishing of the results on the official website. The website had also issued a statement saying that due to some problem at the server end the result portal may take some time to restart and students should check their results online 4.00 pm onwards.
Apart from the official website, candidates, who have registered their names on JEE (Advanced) 2019 Candidate Portal, may visit cportal.jeeadv.ac.in to check their JEE Advanced Result 2019 and JEE Advanced rank allotted by IIT, Roorkee. The candidates will also recieve their JEE Advanced Result 2019 on their registered mobile numbers. However, in order to check the category-wise All India Ranks (AIR), students have to access to the websites mentioned above.
Mumbai's Kartikey Gupta of Allen Career Institute Kota has secured 346/372 to bag the All India Rank 1 in JEE Advanced examination 2019. Shabnam Sahay became the no 1 ranked among female candidates. She obtained 308 out of the total 372 marks. Of the total 16,1319 candidates appeared in the examination, 38,705 have qualified the JEE (Advanced) 2019.
Meanwhile, students who are waiting eagerly to check their JEE Advanced Results 2019, may go through the following steps to avoid last minute delay and confusions. Keeping in mind the convenience of the students, we have also provided a direct link to the official website of the examination and JEE Advanced Portal 2019.
Direct links and steps to check JEE Advanced Result 2019:
Step 3: Enter your roll number and other important details
Step 4: Click on Submit
Step 5: JEE Advanced Result 2019 will be displayed on the screen
Step 6: Download the result and take a print for future reference
The JEE Advanced Result 2019 will carry the total marks obtained by a candidate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Candidates who will be able to secure the minimum prescribed marks in all three subjects and in aggregate will be considered for All India Rankings. Rankings will be based on the aggregate marks secured by an individual in both Paper 1 and Paper 2.
This year, JEE Advanced, the prestigious national level entrance examination, was conducted on May 27. Earlier, the examination was scheduled to be held on May 19, but was postponed in view of the last phase of Lok Sabha elections on the same day.
Following the announcement of the JEE Advanced Result, all 23 participating IITs will conuct the seat allotment process for granting admission in various four-year undergraduate courses across the country.
About JEE Advanced Examination:
Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are nationally renowned technology schools that have spearheaded the domain of technical education in the country. Deemed as institutions of national importance, the IITs are established through Acts of Parliaments which demonstrate their importance in fostering excellence in education. As of now, there are 23 operational IITs across the country which offers a total of 11,032 seats in the country. Considering the limited number of seats on offer, there is high competition to get into IITs. To facilitate a just, transparent and practical process to streamline the admission process to IITs, JEE Advanced Exam is conducted every year. To tackle the intense competition and to select the best of the technical minds, IITs have designed a unique screening process through JEE Advanced Exam. JEE Advanced is regarded internationally as one of the most challenging engineering admission tests.