JEE Main Result 2020: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has declared the JEE Main 2020 result on September 11. NTA JEE Main result 2020, contains candidates score, All India Ranks along with the merit and cut off list. The JEE Main 2020 result link is available on the JEE Main official site- jeemain.nta.nic.in. Candidates can check their JEE Main Result 2020 from the official website. The JEE Main Result can be also checked from the link available below.
To check and download JEE Main result 2020, candidates have to enter their application number and date of birth. NTA JEE Main Result 2020 contains the personal details of the candidates along with their subject-wise and percentile scores and JEE Main cut off. Moreover, JEE result also has the All India Rank and the category rank of the candidate.
Here, we provide you with all the necessary information regarding JEE Main result link 2020. Read on to find out more.
Latest – To Check the JEE Main September Result 2020 – Click Here
IMPORTANT: JEE MAIN FINAL ANSWER KEY 2020 Released on the official website.
JEE Main Cutoff 2020
NTA has released the qualifying cut off of JEE Main 2020. As surprising as it may sound, the cut off has increased for the unreserved category, whereas, has decreased drastically for the reserved ones. Check below for the details:
|Common Rank List||90.3765335|
|Economically Weaker Section||70.2435518|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL)||72.8887969|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||50.1760245|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||39.0696101|
|People with Disabilities (PwD)||0.0618524|
JEE Main Result 2020 | Latest Updates
According to the NTA officials, the JEE Main 2020 result has been declared today at 11:00 pm (Sep 11).
The Minister of Education, Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’, had tweeted that the NTA JEE Main result, answer key and merit list will be declared soon. In a recent tweet he also stated: “Out of 8.58 lakh JEE Mains applicants, 6.35 lakhs appeared for the JEE Mains September 2020.” i.e; 74% of the total registered candidates took the exam and 6.3 lakh appeared candidates are waiting for the JEE Main result.
JEE Main 2020 Result: Important Dates
Before getting into the details of how to check JEE Main 2020 Results for April (September) attempt, let’s have a look at the JEE Main 2020 important dates:
|Events||JEE Main January Result Date||JEE Main September Result Date|
|Commencement of JEE Main Exam 2020||6th to 9th January 2020||1st to 6th September 2020|
|JEE Main Provisional Answer Key||13th January 2020||8th September 2020 (Released)|
|JEE Main Final Answer Key||17th January 2020||11th September 2020|
|JEE Main Result 2020||17th January 2020||11th September 2020|
How To Check JEE Main Result 2020?
JEE Main 2020 Result has been released on the official website of NTA JEE Main – jeemain.nta.nic.in. Candidates who appeared for JEE Main 2020 exam can visit the official website to download their JEE Main Result.
Steps To Download JEE Main Result cum Scorecard 2020
Follow the steps as listed below to download your JEE Main Scorecard 2020:
- – 1st Step: Visit the JEE Main official website- jeemain.nta.nic.in.
- – 2nd Step: Click on the ‘View Result/Score Card’ button.
- – 3rd Step: Enter your ‘Application Number, Date of Birth, and Security Pin‘ in the specified fields (as shown in the image).
- – 4th Step: Click on the “Submit” button.
- – 5th Step: Now your JEE Main 2020 Results will open on the screen. Click on the download option to download your JEE Main 2020 scorecard.
|a. JEE Main 2020 Cutoff||b. JEE Main Percentile Vs Rank|
|c. JEE Main 2020 Analysis January||d. JEE Main Video Solutions & Analysis|
JEE Main Score Card 2020
The officials have released the JEE Main 2020 Result in the form of JEE Main Score Card. The scorecard of JEE Main contains details like the candidate’s name, registration number, date of birth, etc. Along with the basic details, the JEE Main scorecard will also contain NTA score obtained in each subject. The AIR has been also declared after the publication of JEE Main (September) Result. The officials have consider the best of the two scores for the candidates who have appeared in both attempts i.e., January & April (September) sessions.
The JEE Main Score Card looks like the image shown above which depicts all the necessary details:
Details Mentioned On JEE Main Result 2020
The following details will be mentioned on JEE Main 2020 Results:
- Candidate’s Name
- Application Number
- Roll Number
- Mother’s Name
- Father’s Name
- Person with Disability (Yes/No)
- Date of Birth
- State Code of Eligibility
- Subject-wise NTA Score
- Total NTA Score
- All India Rank (AIR)
How JEE Main Result 2020 Is Calculated?
Compilation & Display Of JEE Main Result Paper 1 For January and April (September) Session:
As JEE Main exam is conducted in multi-shifts, NTA scores are calculated by normalizing the raw marks obtained by a candidate. JEE Main Normalization procedure based on percentile score is used while preparing the JEE Main result 2020 to adjust for the variation in difficulty level across various slots of examination.
What Is JEE Main Percentile Score?
Percentile scores are scores based on the relative performance of all candidates who appear in the exam. Basically, while JEE Main result calculation, NTA has converted the raw marks into percentile scores and use these percentile scores for the preparation of All India Rank and category wise rank. The marks obtained are transformed into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session of examinees. The Percentile Scores has been calculated up to 7 decimal places to avoid bunching effect and reduce ties.
The JEE Main results for each session would be prepared in the form of
- Raw Scores
- Percentiles Scores separately for each of the three subjects (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry) and the total score.
What Is The Difference Between Percentage And Percentile Score?
The JEE Main result percentile score of a candidate is calculated as follows:
Percentage on the other hand is calculated using the following formula:
|Percentage Score = (Raw Score Obtained By A Student/Maximum Marks Of The Exam) X 100%|
Declaration Of Final JEE Main Result & Compilation Of JEE Main Merit List/Rank List
The JEE Main January Result was already declared in form of Percentile Scores. For the September session too, the JEE Main Result comprises the subject-wise and overall NTA Score (Percentile Score).
For candidates who appeared in both January and September sessions, the best of the two overall (total) NTA Scores has been considered. The JEE Main Merit List has been compiled accordingly and the All India Rank has been given.
JEE Main Tie-Breaking Criteria
In case, two or more candidates secure the same total NTA score, their ranks will be determined considering the following factors in the same order:
a. NTA score in Mathematics,
b. NTA score in Physics,
c. NTA score in Chemistry,
d. Candidates with less proportion of negative responses,
e. Candidates older in age
If the tie exists even after applying these, candidates will be given the same rank.
JEE Main Toppers List 2020 (September Exam) – 100 Percentilers
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the list of JEE Main 2020 Toppers (September exam). 24 students have secured 100 percentile. The list of these students is provided below:
- Landa Jitendra – Andhra Pradesh
- Thadavarthi Vishnu Sri Sai Sankar – Andhra Pradesh
- YSS Narasimha Naidu – Andhra Pradesh
- Chirag Falor – Delhi
- Gurkirat Singh – Delhi
- Laksh Gupta – Delhi
- Nishant Agarwal – Delhi
- Tushar Sethi – Delhi
- Nisarg Chadha – Gujarat
- Divyanshu Agarwal - Haryana
- Harshvardhan Agarwal – Haryana
- Swayam Shashank Chube – Maharashtra
- Akhil Agrawal – Rajasthan
- Akhil Jain – Rajasthan
- Parth Dwivedi – Rajasthan
- R Muhender Raj – Rajasthan
- Chagari Koushal Kumar Reddy – Telangana
- Deeti Yeshash Chandra – Telangana
- Chukka Tanuja – Telangana
- Morreddigari Likhith Reddy – Telangana
- Rachapalle Shashank Anirudh – Telangana
- Rongala Arun Siddardha – Telangana
- Shiva Krishna Sagi – Telangana
- Vadapalli Arvind Narasimha – Telangana
As you can see, with 8 students securing 100 percentile, Telangana state has delivered the maximum number of toppers followed by Delhi and Rajasthan. Here are the state-wise number of toppers:
- Telangana: 8
- Delhi: 5
- Rajasthan: 4
- Andhra Pradesh: 3
- Haryana: 2
- Gujarat: 1
- Maharashtra: 1
JEE Main September 2020 State-wise Toppers
|S.NO.||APPLICATION NUMBER||CANDIDATE NAME||STATE||PERCENTILE|
|1||200320121831||B RAJESH||ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS||99.0193998|
|2||200310065452||LANDA JITENDRA||ANDHRA PRADESH||100.0000000|
|3||200310404791||THADAVARTHI VISHNU SRI SAI SANKAR||ANDHRA PRADESH||100.0000000|
|4||200310145653||Y S S NARASIMHA NAIDU||ANDHRA PRADESH||100.0000000|
|5||200310671088||NUTAN KUMARI SAH||ARUNACHAL PRADESH||97.5660885|
|8||200310541037||KUNWAR PREET SINGH||CHANDIGARH||99.9972380|
|10||200310380942||SHARAD VISHWAKARMA||DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI||99.2655484|
|11||200310187768||GUNJAN ATUL SHINDE||DAMAN AND DIU||99.5816472|
|12||200310326138||CHIRAG FALOR||DELHI (NCT)||100.0000000|
|13||200310032843||GURKIRAT SINGH||DELHI (NCT)||100.0000000|
|14||200310713902||LAKSH GUPTA||DELHI (NCT)||100.0000000|
|15||200310120506||NISHANT AGARWAL||DELHI (NCT)||100.0000000|
|16||200310185804||TUSHAR SETHI||DELHI (NCT)||100.0000000|
|21||200310018481||SARTHAK DIWAN||HIMACHAL PRADESH||99.9683001|
|22||200310448405||ARYAN GUPTA||JAMMU AND KASHMIR||99.7732692|
|27||200320111649||ASNA JALEEL K I||LAKSHADWEEP||96.3068302|
|28||200310023789||AKARSH JAIN||MADHYA PRADESH||99.9959069|
|29||200310071309||SWAYAM SHASHANK CHUBE||MAHARASHTRA||100.0000000|
|31||200320191459||KHROO MEDA DKHAR||MEGHALAYA||97.7655269|
|33||200310732493||S NOKZENDI AIER||NAGALAND||94.7785317|
|34||200310104782||SOURABH SOUMYAKANTA DAS||ODISHA||99.9924070|
|35||200310177973||MOKSHITH NAIDU THAKKILAPATI||OUTSIDE INDIA||99.6828094|
|41||200310151723||R MUHENDER RAJ||RAJASTHAN||100.0000000|
|43||200310237888||GAURAV R KOCHAR||TAMIL NADU||99.9959069|
|44||200310386279||CHAGARI KOUSHAL KUMAR REDDY||TELANGANA||100.0000000|
|46||200310566235||DEETI YESHASH CHANDRA||TELANGANA||100.0000000|
|47||200310574091||MORREDDIGARI LIKHITH REDDY||TELANGANA||100.0000000|
|48||200310585775||RACHAPALLE SHASHANK ANIRUDH||TELANGANA||100.0000000|
|49||200310594754||RONGALA ARUN SIDDARDHA||TELANGANA||100.0000000|
|50||200310504229||SHIVA KRISHNA SAGI||TELANGANA||100.0000000|
|51||200310226303||VADAPALLI ARVIND NARASIMHA||TELANGANA||100.0000000|
|53||200310041750||L GOKULNATH||UTTAR PRADESH||99.9993050|
|55||200310113393||SREEMANTI DEY||WEST BENGAL||99.9923468|
State-wise List Of JEE Main 2020 Toppers & Percentile Scores (January Session)
The state-wise list of candidates who topped in the January 2020 Examination is as under:
|State Code of Eligibility||Name of the Candidate||NTA Score|
|Andaman And Nicobar Islands||Akshat Singh||97.3286395|
|Andhra Pradesh||Landa Jitendra||100.0000000|
|Andhra Pradesh||Thadavarthi Vishnu Sri Sai Sankar||100.0000000|
|Arunachal Pradesh||Apurba Nath||96.1831211|
|Chandigarh||Kunwar Preet Singh||99.9972380|
|Dadra And Nagar Haveli||Sharad Vishwakarma||99.2655484|
|Daman And Diu||Jain Anmol Rajesh Kumar||98.6482824|
|Delhi (Nct)||Nishant Agarwal||100.0000000|
|Himachal Pradesh||Sarthak Diwan||99.9683001|
|Jammu And Kashmir||Aryan Gupta||99.7338263|
|Madhya Pradesh||Akarsh Jain||99.9959069|
|Maharashtra||Vedang Dhirendra Asgaonkar||99.9972435|
|Meghalaya||P Alias Chakma||96.3974118|
|Odisha||Sourabh Soumyakanta Das||99.9924070|
|Outside India||Nilay Mankala||99.5839421|
|Tamil Nadu||Gaurav R Kochar||99.9959069|
|Telangana||Rongala Arun Siddartha||100.0000000|
|Telangana||Chagari Koushal Kumar Reddy||100.0000000|
|Uttar Pradesh||L Gokulnath||99.9993050|
|West Bengal||Sreemanti Dey||99.9923468|
JEE Main Cut Off 2020
JEE Main cutoff is the minimum score that candidates must secure to qualify in the exam. The cut-off score varies as per the candidate’s category. Candidates who will secure equal to or more than the required cut off score as per their category will be allowed to appear for JEE Advanced.
The top 2,50,000 candidates will be allowed to appear for JEE Advanced, based on their ranks in JEE Main. JoSAA will release the NITs, IIITs and GFTIs admission cut off based on JEE Main score tentatively in October 2020. This cutoff will have the minimum ranks (branch-wise and category-wise) required by candidates for admission to undergraduate engineering programs offered by these institutes.
The JEE Main cutoff 2020 will depend upon the following factors:
- Total number of students appearing for JEE Main 2020
- Total number seats available in various NITs, IIITs, GFTIs, and other participating institutes
- The difficulty level of the paper
The authority has released JEE Main 2020 cutoff scores along with the JEE Main results 2020. Thus, let’s go through the JEE Main 2019 cutoff as released by NTA to get an idea about JEE Main 2020 Cutoff.
|Candidate’s Category||Cutoff Marks|
|Common Rank List||89.75|
|General – EWS||78.21|
JEE Main 2020 Result Statistics (September Session)
A total of 61,366 candidates (54.67%) out of 112,247 registered candidates appeared for the exam on Day 1. On Day 2, 141,372 (81.08%) out of 174,350 registered candidates appeared for the exam. On Day 3, 141,220 (82.14%) out of 171.924 registered candidates appeared for the exam.
In total, 8.58 lakh students applied for the exam out of which 6.35 lakhs appeared for the JEE Mains September 2020. i.e; 74% of the total registered candidates took the exam.
Complete details will be provided here once NTA releases the same.
JEE Main 2020 Result Statistics (January Session)
The JEE Main statistics for the January session is as under:
|JEE Main Paper||Total Number of Candidates Registered||Total Number of Candidates Appeared|
|B.E./B.Tech (Paper 1)||921261||869010|
|B.Arch. (Paper 2)||138410||112679|
|B.Planning. (Paper 3)||59003||44517|
JEE Main 2019 Statistics
Check out the number of candidates registered and appeared for JEE Main 2019:
JEE Main 2019 Statistics
|a. Candidates registered for January session||9,29,198|
|b. Candidates appeared in January session||8,74,469|
|c. Candidates registered for April session||9,35,755|
|d. Candidates appeared for April session||8,81,096|
|e. Unique registrations in JEE Main January and April exam||12,37,892|
|f. Unique appeared in JEE Main January and April exam||11,47,125|
What’s After JEE Main Result?
With the declaration of JEE Main Result, the top 250000 students will now be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced – the exam conducted to facilitate admission to the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian Institute of Science (IISc), and a few other institutes.
Also, candidates who have cleared the JEE Main exam will be able to appear for JEE Main Counselling for admission to the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), various Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs), etc. The JEE Main Counselling will be conducted by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA).
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About JEE Main 2020 Result
Here are some FAQs regarding JEE Main 2020 result and their answers:
A1: NTA has released the JEE Main result on 11th September 2020.
A2: Along with the JEE Main result, NTA releases the JEE Main cutoff 2020. If you have secured more than or equal to the JEE Main cut off, then you are eligible to appear for JEE Advanced 2020. Note that only the top 2,50,000 qualified candidates will be able to appear for JEE Advanced 2020.
A3: No, the ranks of the candidates have not been released for the January session of JEE Main 2020. Only after the conclusion of the September session, the NTA release the AIR of the candidates.
A4: As per NTA, 9,21,261 students registered for JEE Main January 2020 (BE/BTech). Out of these, 8,69,010 appeared for the exam in January 2020.
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