JEE Main Result 2019

Bhavana Sharma, 21/01/2019
JEE Main Result 2019

It has been a week now since the conclusion of the JEE Main January session examination. What was special about the edition of the JEE Main edition was that this was conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for the first time. With the change in conducting body, introduction of new schemes and norms was inevitable. One such major change was the introduction of Normalization Procedure based on Percentile score for the calculation of the JEE Main results. Read on the article to know more about the NTA JEE Main 2019 Results.

When is the JEE Main 2019 Results releasing?
Candidates from all across the nation be hoping for their JEE Main Results to be released as soon as possible to release them from the misery of anticipation. National Testing Agency has already released the dates for the release of JEE Mains Results. However, it is held among experts that the JEE Mains Result might release even before the official dates released by NTA. Candidates will be very much relieved to hear from the authorities that the result will be releasing on 31st of January 2019.

How can the JEE Main Results 2019 be viewed?
The viewing procedure for the JEE Main Result is not at all complicated and it doesn’t have to be. Candidates can check their respective results from the official website of NTA. The complete procedure is as given below.

  • Candidates will be able to view the exam JEE Main Result 2019 by logging in to the registered ID by entering the application number and date of birth. The detailed procedure is as follow.

  • Candidates need to go to the official website of NTA JEE Main; access the link that leads to JEE Main Result; enter in roll number and date of birth along with the security pin; click on submit

  • The JEE Main 2019 Result PDF will open in a new window.

  • Candidates may download and keep printed copies of the result.

What are these changes everyone is talking about?
Earlier in 2018, NTA and MHRD took a combined decision to make JEE Main happen twice in a year. That means, one session of JEE Mains will be held in January and another in April. Now, the first session of JEE Mains 2019 has already been concluded on 12th January 2019. It happened from 8th January till 12th January with two shifts per day. A total of 10 shifts were conducted and with varied difficulty levels. The JEE Main exam, still to come in April 2019, will also be held in a similar manner.

Get Latest updates and notifications regarding the JEE Main 2019 Result from the website NextInCareer.com.

The Scenario
Now we are here talking about 20 shifts in more than 250 centers with almost 20 lakh students. And to judge them solely in their own respective exam sets would be gravely unfair. NTA understands this problem and foresaw that some students might have advantage over other on the basis of attempting lesser difficulty level sets.

The Solution
Here is a quote from the NTA; they says that

“In order to overcome such a situation, “Normalization procedure based on Percentile Score” will be used for ensuring that candidates are neither benefitted nor disadvantaged due to the difficulty level of the examination. With the objective of ensuring that a candidate’s true merit is identified, and that a level playing field is created in the above context, the Normalization Procedure, set out below shall be adopted, for compiling the NTA scores for multi session papers.”

So what exactly is the Normalization Procedure based on Percentile Score?
The Percentile score of a Candidate is calculated as follows:

  • “100” multiplied by “Number of candidates appeared in the „Session‟ with raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than the candidate” divided by “Total number of the candidates appeared in the ‟Session‟.”

However, it is to be noted that the Percentile of the Total shall NOT be an aggregate or average of the Percentile of individual subject. Percentile score is not the same as percentage of marks obtained.

Expected JEE Main 2019 Cutoff
There had been many speculations regarding the JEE Main Exam Cutoff. Cutoffs are minimum required percentage of marks to further into the admission process. Various institutions and counselling agencies have put forward their best analysis for the probable JEE Main cutoff.

  • It is expected to be within the range of 80 to 85 as per one source.

  • Another source has speculated the expected cutoff for qualifying the JEE Main 2019 January session to be around 75 for general candidates, 30-35 for SC candidates, 25-30 for ST candidates, and 45-50 for OBC candidates.

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