JoSAA 2019 Counselling: JoSAA Round 6 seat allotment result has been released and candidates can check it by visiting the official website. Candidates will have to enter the application number, password and security pin to check the JoSAA round 6 allotment results. Also, the top 20 percentiles for IITs, NITs, IITs, GFTIs has also been published, which
JEE Advanced is believed to be one of the toughest entrance exams for engineering in India. It is the entrance exam for admission to the premier engineering institutes in the country like the IITs, IISC, and a few other top colleges that accept JEE Advanced score. Every year around 1.5-2 lakh students qualify for this exam after appearing in the JEE Main. There are around 11,000 seats under JEE Advanced which makes this exam highly competitive. Find out important information about the exam, how to prepare for it, how to apply and latest updates that you need to know about JEE Advanced in this section.
JEE Advanced Toppers 2019: JEE Advanced toppers list has been released by IIT Roorkee on 14th June 2019 along with JEE Advanced result, on the official website – jeeadv.ac.in. JEE Advanced topper for 2019 is Kartikey Gupta from Mumbai who has bagged the AIR 1 by securing a total of 346 marks. Kartikey had secured AIR 18 in JEE
JEE Advanced 2019 Result Analysis: The IIT JEE Advanced 2019 result has been declared by IIT Roorkee on June 14, 2019. A total number of 161319 candidates (out of 2.3 lakh eligible candidates) appeared in both Paper 1 and Paper 2 of JEE Advanced 2019 held on May 27, 2019, showing a decrease of 2.69% as compared to
JEE Advanced Marks Vs Ranks 2019: IIT Roorkee has declared the IIT JEE Advanced 2019 Result on the official website, jeeadv.nic.in. To access the JEE Advanced Rank List 2019, candidates will have to log in with their Application Number and Date of Birth. The candidates will have to note that the scores secured in both Paper 1 and
JEE Advanced Answer Key 2019: IIT Roorkee has released the JEE Advanced 2019 answer key on the official website –jeeadv.ac.in on June 4 2019. The answer key has been released as per the schedule for both the Paper I and Paper 2 separately. Candidates can check their JEE Advanced answer key through the candidate portal (https://cportal.jeeadv.ac.in). Prior to this,
JEE Advanced Analysis 2019: IIT Roorkee conducted the JEE Advanced 2019 exam on 27th May 2019. Experts at Embibe have analyzed the JEE Advanced online question paper. The JEE Advanced analysis 2019 will give detailed information about the difficulty level of each section as well as the overall difficulty level of the exam. Information regarding the distribution
IIT Madras Cutoff 2019: IIT Madras Cutoff 2019 will be released by Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) after the conduction of JEE Advanced 2019. The IIT Madras cutoff is released in the form of opening and closing ranks for various engineering programs. JEE Advanced 2019 is compulsory for admissions to the IITs. With the knowledge of IIT Madras cutoff,
IIT Guwahati Cutoff 2019: Students who wish to secure B.E/B. Tech admission in IIT Guwahati must meet the IIT Guwahati cutoff specified by the officials. The IIT Guwahati 2019 cutoff will be released in the form of Opening and closing ranks. So, With the knowledge of IIT Guwahati cutoff, candidates can have an idea regarding
IIT Bombay Cutoff 2019 (2018, 2017 & 2016) | Check JEE Advanced IIT Bombay Cutoff For B.Tech Admission
IIT Bombay Cutoff 2019 – B.Tech Admissions: IIT Bombay Cutoff 2019 is the minimum rank which candidates will have to secure in the JEE Advanced 2019 to get admission in IIT Bombay. The IIT Bombay Cutoff 2019 for IIT Bombay admissions will be released by officials after the successful conduction of the JEE Advanced 2019. For admission in
IIT Kanpur Cutoff 2019 | Check JEE Advanced IIT Kanpur Cutoff for 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015 for All Categories
IIT Cutoff 2019: IIT Kanpur Cutoff is the minimum ranks that a candidate needs to secure in order to be qualified for getting the seat in a particular course in a college. It is advisable that a candidate try to score as much as more than the cutoff in order to be on the safe side.