The JEE Advanced 2016 Exam results are announced IIT joint board and the IIT of Guwahati on Sunday at 9:52 AM as announced but soon the website crashed under a heavy rush of enthusiastic students seeking to know their ranks for admission to various IITs all over India. The online results can be checked by students at the following official website:
Aman Bansal of Jaipur topped the list followed by Bhavesh Kumar from Haryana and Kunal Goyal of Jaipur.
The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2016 was held on 22nd May 2016 at various exam centers across the country and the JEE Advanced Rank List 2016 is the basis for admission into IITs in India. The marks of a candidate in JEE Advanced Paper-I & Paper-II have been taken for the calculation of the rank country-wide.
The applicants have to score a minimum of 10% marks in each subject and maximum of 35% of marks in aggregate to get included in the Common Merit List of JEE Advanced 2016 Results. For this year near 2 lakh applicants have qualified for JEE Advanced 2016, though only 1.56 lakh registered for the Advanced.
How to check IIT JEE Advance Rank List 2016:
Open the official website of IIT JEE Advance 2016.
Click on results / Cut off portal.
Click on the link and open it.
Enter your registration no. and other details required.
Check your result / Cutoff.
Preferably Download it and Save it or Print the Scorecard and cut off for future use.
Counselling will start towards the end of June for admission into all 13 IITs throughout the country.
Though two lakh students qualified for JEE Advanced this year, only 1.58 registered for the exam and it is expected that the seats will rise marginally this year with three more IITs added to the list. The Joint Entrance Examination or JEE (Mains) results were announced in April and all those students who scored 100 out 360 marks were declared eligible to take the JEE (Advanced) Exam held on April 22.
Compared to last year, the cut-off marks of JEE (Main) went down from 105 in 2015 to 100 in 2016 for general category students, while the cut off marks of OBC reached 70, the cut-off marks in the Scheduled Caste (SC) category is 52 and for the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category it is 48. The cut off for admission to IITs will be decided based on applications but the rush is mainly for the top six IITs.
Now that JEE (Advanced) ranks are considered for admission into varius NITs and IIITs, a separate rank list of JEE (Main) will be declared by June 30 to enable students seek admission to BE, BTech, BArch and BPlanning.