JEE Main Result 2019
JEE Main January session candidates are in utmost anticipation for the release of their exam result and so is National Testing Agency (NTA) since they have just concluded their first JEE Mains. Students from across the nation had been a part of the JEE Main January session exam. The figures had been released by the NTA, and according to them, there were about 9.4 Lakh candidates that were the part of the JEE Main 2019 January exam. JEE Main has introduced a lot of changes from the last year JEE Main examination. The changes include the introduction of the Normalization Procedure based on the Percentile Score. This was the outcome of the introduction of the computer-based test and the dual session of the JEE Main exam conduct. Read on to know more about the Result of JEE Main 2019 and its related changes.
Arrangements Made by NTA for Efficient Conduct of JEE Mains 2019
Speaking of the first time conduct of the JEE Mains session, NTA had taken several steps to make sure that the conduct was smooth enough. First of all, NTA opened a control room in which 25 state coordinators, 254 City coordinators, and 556 observers were positioned. Other than that, NTA has arranged a third party inspection of the exam centers. Furthermore, CCTV was arranged along with phone network disrupting jammers to curb any sort of cheating practices. With all these arrangements, it was reported that the conduct was smooth and successful.
Test Practice Centers and Mock Test Facilities
A network of more than 4000 Test Practice Centers, especially for students of rural areas, have run free practice sessions. To assist aspirants of JEE Mains January 2019 candidates, the NTA on 2nd January 2019 communicated to all 9.4 Lakh candidates through e-mail and SMS, about additional Mock Tests, which are specially prepared for their benefit. During the first four days of its announcement, about 3 Lakh of these candidates have visited the Mock Tests and benefited from it.
Some Important Statistics About NTA JEE Main 2019
Now let’s have a brief look at the statistics. It was reported that out of the 11.9 lakh candidates who submitted their applications forms, 9.4 lakh candidates made it to the complete the JEE Main examination. These are few of the figures involved in the JEE Mains examination.
- Out the 11.9 Lakh candidates, 929198 candidates were registered for the Paper 1 and 180052 candidates were registered for Paper 2.
- For Paper 1, there were a total of 660478 male candidates, 286706 female candidates, and 5 transgender candidates.
- For Paper 2, there were a total of 104393 male candidates, 75658 female candidates, and 1 transgender candidate. In both, the Paper, maximum numbers of candidates were from the General category and least from the Schedule Tribe category.
JEE Mains Results 2019
At this point, it is safe to say that the 9.4 lakh students who appeared in the JEE Main examination form 8th January to 12th January will be expecting their results to come out as soon as possible so as to end the anticipation. The feelings are understandable and there is a possibility that NTA might release the JEE Mains Result sooner than scheduled. However, for the time being, it has been scheduled to be released on 31st of January 2019.
JEE Main 2019 Result will be updated on the NextInCareer.com as soon as the result is published.
Result Viewing Procedure
Candidates can check the JEE Main Result by the end of January 2019. To check the JEE Main Result, candidates can follow the steps 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.
Normalization Procedure Based on Percentile Score
Since the JEE Mains has been conducted in multiple shifts over several days and session and that too with varying difficulty levels, NTA has decided to introduce a new method for calculating candidate’s results. This is for the reason that varying difficulty levels mean some candidates attempted easier sets than others and that would mean that the former candidate will have a better chance of scoring better marks than the latter. To avoid this, NTA had introduced the Normalization Procedure based on Percentile Score.
The Percentile score of a Candidate is calculated as follows:
- 100 X Number of candidates appeared in the „Session‟ with raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than the candidate / 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 the individual subject. Percentile score is not the same as the percentage of marks obtained.