JEE Main 2016 Result
JEE Mains Result 2016: Here is an important update to all the students from across the country who have applied and appeared for the JEE Mains 2016 examination. The Result of the JEE Mains examination will be released on 27th of April 2016. Considering the huge number of students who had applied for the examination there will a lot of rush on the website so you are advised to check your result as early as possible. For your convenience we will be sharing the direct link of the website from where you can check your result easily. We have also provided you all with he easiest procedure to check your results as soon as they are declared.
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JEE Main Cut off Marks 2016
JEE Main 2016 cut off will be announced in the last week of April after the JEE Main 2016 examination which will be
held on 3rd April 2016 (Pen Paper Based) and 9th–10th April 2016 (Computer Based Test). Download JEE Main 2016 Official Answer Key. Candidates would get accurate details of JEE Main cutoff 2016 only after publication of its result. Candidates that score above the JEE Main 2016 cutoff will be eligible to appear in JEE Advanced 2016. Last year CBSE published the results and the cutoff for general category was 105 marks, which was 115 in 2014. JEE Main Cutoff rank is the last rank to be admitted in any course or in the merit list.
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Question Papers JEE(Main)-2016 Paper I – Click Here
THE JEE Main 2016 cut off is decided on several parameters that include but are not limited to such as number of candidates appeared in the examination, difficulty level of the question paper, IITs and NITs availability of seats.
Candidates that will be scrutinized this year to appear for JEE Main 2016, national level engineering entrance exam, would be top 2 lakh candidates.
JEE Main 2016 Cut off For Different Colleges
In this table, we have mentioned cut off marks for last two years and you may get an idea about the cut off marks for JEE main 2016.
|Category of Applicants||JEE Main 2013 Cutoff||JEE Main 2014 Cutoff||JEE Main 2015 Cutoff||JEE Main 2016 Cutoff|
|Common Merit List (CML)||113||115||105||100|
|Other Backward Class (OBC)||70||74||70||70|
|Schedule Castes (SC)||50||53||50||52|
|Schedule Tribes (ST)||45||47||44||48|
Note: These JEE main 2016 cut off marks for General, SC/ST and OBC can be expected from these cut off marks. We will update latest cut off marks for all categories after the official release by IIT Kanpur. You are advised to visit this page again to notice any kind of update in the cut off marks.
Download JEE Main 2016 Sample Papers
- Exam Name: Joint Entrance Exam (Main)
- Commonly known as: JEE Main
- Exam type: National
- Exam category: UG Level
- Conducting Institute: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
JEE Main 2016 Selection Procedure –
Candidates will be given admission on the basis of All India Ranks calculated with JEE Main 2016 scores and normalized marks of Class XII in the ratio 60:40.
Jee Main 2016 Important Dates –
- JEE Main online application starts – 1st December 2015
- JEE Main online application last date – 11th January 2016
- Correction period – till 31st January 2016
- Availability of JEE Main admit card 2016 – 11 March 2016 (onwards)
- JEE Main pen and paper based paper – 3rd April, 2016 (Sunday)
- JEE Main Computer based Paper – 9th & 10th April 2016 (Saturday & Sunday)
- Display of Answer Key and OMR Sheet – 18th – 22nd April 2016
- JEE Main Result 2016 Declaration (paper 1) – 27th April 2016
- Availability of score/rank cards – After the Declaration of AIR, JEE Main rank
JEE Main 2016 Exam Pattern:
JEE Main question paper of paper 1 comprises questions from Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics, and all questions will have equal weightage. Check exam pattern below-
|Subject||Number of questions||Marks per question|
Candidates have to mark only one response for each question out of four responses given. One-fourth marks will be deducted for indicating incorrect response of each question. If no response is indicated for a question, then no deduction from the total score will be made.
Paper 2 will consist of following three parts-
- Part I – Mathematics
- Part II – Aptitude Test
- Part III – Drawing Test
The exam will be of 3 hours duration.
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