JEE Advanced 2020 Results
A total number of 1,50,838 candidates appeared in both papers 1 and 2 in JEE (Advanced) 2020. A total of 43,204 candidates have qualified JEE (Advanced) 2020. Of the total qualified candidates, 6,707 are females. Mr. Chirag Falor of IIT Bombay zoneis the top ranker in Common Rank List (CRL) in JEE (Advanced) 2020. He obtained 352 marks out of 396 marks. Ms. Kanishka Mittal of IIT Roorkee zoneis the top ranked female with CRL 17. She obtained 315 marks out of 396.
Number of Candidates of JEE (Advanced) 2020
|Category||PwD Status||Registered||Appeared in both papers||Qualified|
|Gender||Registered||Appeared in both papers||Qualified|
|Registered||Appeared in both papers||Qualified|
|Nationality||Registered||Appeared in both papers||Qualified|
Rank 1 Candidates in the Respective Rank Lists (JEE Advanced)
|Rank List||Rank||Candidate Name||Zone|
|OPEN (CRL)||1||CHIRAG FALOR||IIT Bombay|
|OBC-NCL||1||LANDA JITENDRA||IIT Madras|
|GEN-EWS||1||GANGULA BHUVAN REDDY||IIT Madras|
|SC||1||AVI UDAY||IIT Bombay|
|ST||1||PRANJAL SINGH||IIT Delhi|
|GEN-PwD||1*||KANDUKURI SUNIL KUMAR VISHWESH||IIT Madras|
|SC-PwD||1||YASH CHUDAMAN PATIL||IIT Bombay|
|ST-PwD||1||NITEESH KUMAR BIRUA||IIT Kharagpur|
JEE Advanced 2020 All India Topper (Male and Female)
|All India Topper (Male and Female)|
|Zone||JEE (Advanced) Roll No.||Candidate Name||CRL||Marks obtained||Gender|
|IIT Bombay||11XXX60||CHIRAG FALOR||1||352 / 396||Male|
|IIT Roorkee||70XXX14||KANISHKA MITTAL||17||315 / 396||Female|
Zone-wise Distribution of Top 500 Candidates (JEE Advanced)
|Zone||Top 100||Top 200||Top 300||Top 400||Top 500|
Total 10 candidates in Common Rank List (CR) JEE Advanced
|JEE (Advanced) 2020 Roll No.||CRL||Candidate Name|
|61XXX25||2||GANGULA BHUVAN REDDY|
|10XXX41||4||R MUHENDER RAJ|
|11XXX24||7||VEDANG DHIRENDRA ASGAONKAR|
|11XXX97||8||SWAYAM SHASHANK CHUBE|
Zone wise female toppers JEE (Advanced) 2020
|IIT Bombay||NIYATI MANISH MEHTA||62|
|IIT Delhi||GUTTA SINDHUJA||18|
|IIT Guwahati||AAKRITY PANDEY||952|
|IIT Kanpur||SHREEYA MOGHE||402|
|IIT Madras||KOTHAPALLI NAMITHA||44|
|IIT Roorkee||KANISHKA MITTAL||17|
Top five candidates in every zone JEE (Advanced) 2020
|IIT Bombay||CHIRAG FALOR||1|
|R MUHENDER RAJ||4|
|VEDANG DHIRENDRA ASGAONKAR||7|
|SWAYAM SHASHANK CHUBE||8|
|IIT Delhi||VAIBHAV RAJ||3|
|IIT Guwahati||SHUBH KUMAR||117|
|IIT Kanpur||ADITYA JAIN||24|
|TAHIR YUSUF SANDALWALA||133|
|ARPIT KUMAR RAI||155|
|IIT Kharagpur||SAMARTH AGARWAL||25|
|IIT Madras||GANGULA BHUVAN REDDY||2|
|PRATHAMESH SACHIN PILKHANE||13|
|IIT Roorkee||HARSHVARDHAN AGARWAL||9|
|GURPREET SINGH WADHWA||23|
Criteria for Inclusion in a Rank List JEE (Advanced) 2020
The aggregate marks will be calculated as the sum of the marks obtained in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Candidates have to satisfy the subject-wise as well as the aggregate qualifying marks to be included in a rank list.
- Maximum aggregate marks: 396 (198 each in Paper 1 and Paper 2)
- Maximum marks in Physics: 132 (66 each in Paper 1 and Paper 2)
- Maximum marks in Chemistry: 132 (66 each in Paper 1 and Paper 2)
- Maximum marks in Mathematics: 132 (66 each in Paper 1 and Paper 2)
Criteria for Inclusion in a Rank List JEE Advanced 2020
|Rank List||Minimum Percentage of Marks in Each Subject||Minimum Percentage of Aggregate Marks|
|Common rank list (CRL)||5.00%||17.50%|
|OBC-NCL rank list||4.50%||15.75%|
|GEN-EWS rank list||4.50%||15.75%|
|SC rank list||2.50%||8.75%|
|ST rank list||2.50%||8.75%|
|Common-PwD rank list (CRL-PwD)||2.50%||8.75%|
|OBC-NCL-PwD rank list||2.50%||8.75%|
|GEN-EWS-PwD rank list||2.50%||8.75%|
|SC-PwD rank list||2.50%||8.75%|
|ST-PwD rank list||2.50%||8.75%|
|Preparatory course (PC) rank lists||0.75%||2.625%|
Qualifying Marks for JEE (Advanced) 2020
|Rank List||Minimum Marks in Each Subject||Minimum Aggregate Marks|
|Common rank list (CRL)||6||69|
|OBC-NCL rank list||5||62|
|GEN-EWS rank list||5||62|
|SC rank list||3||34|
|ST rank list||3||34|
|Common-PwD rank list (CRL-PwD)||3||34|
|OBC-NCL-PwD rank list||3||34|
|GEN-EWS-PwD rank list||3||34|
|SC-PwD rank list||3||34|
|ST-PwD rank list||3||34|
|Preparatory course (PC) rank lists||0||10|
In 2020, the Indian Institute of Technology in, Delhi conducted nationwide JEE Advanced on 27th September 2020. It will release the provisional answer key for JEE Advanced 2020 on 29th September 2020. But the final answer is scheduled to be declared on 5th October 2020. This answer key will have the correct answers for each question. By then, candidates can check the answer keys released by various reputed institutions in India.
JEE Advanced 2020 Information
|Exam Name||Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Advanced|
|Conducting Authority (2020)||IIT Delhi|
|Exam Medium||Hindi & English|
|Scope||Admission to Engineering and Architecture courses at 23 IITs|
|Maximum Attempts||Maximum two attempts in consecutive years|
|Application Fee||INR 2800 for GeneralINR 1400 for Female and other reserved categories|
|Eligibility||Top 2.50 Lakh JEE Main qualifying candidates are eligible to appear for the test.|
JEE Advanced Answer Key 2020
The official answer key is the most awaited thing after appearing a critical entrance examination, JEE Advanced is one such exam.
The officials have released all the sets of question papers already. And with the release of the provisional answer key, candidates will be able to calculate their expected JEE Advanced scores.
|Tentative Answer Keys||Physics||Chemistry||Maths|
In the case of any discrepancy, candidates can raise a ticket to challenge. Tickets can be raised from the candidate’s dashboard. So, the candidate needs to log in to the official website and enter the login credentials like application number and password. Students will get notified by JEE Advanced officials after verification with reference links through emails or SMS. Candidates can challenge only between 29th September to 30th September. So before the time runs out, it is advised to download the answer key as soon as it is released.
How To Download the Answer Key For JEE Advanced 2020?
- First of all, visit the official website of JEE Advanced.
- After that, the answer key can be obtained in two ways. Either log in into the candidate’s dashboard using the application number and password or click on the answer key link available on the website’s homepage.
- The answer key for JEE Advanced will be available in PDF format.
- Then, click on it to download and save. Tally your responses with the officially released answer key as soon as possible and challenge if any discrepancy is found.
JEE Advanced Cut-Off
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi being the conducting body of JEE Advanced 2020, will be responsible for the release of category wise cut off marks. JEE Advanced cut off mark will be the minimum mark required to feature in the JEE Advanced rank list. Those candidates who have cleared the minimum required mark will get placed in the rank list according to their scores. This rank list will be used to allocate seats to candidates in the different premiere IITs in India, depending upon the rank secured in the rank list. Candidates will be able to check the cut off marks in this page as soon as the cut off mark is released officially.
As per the released timeline, the official cut-off will be declared on or before the result day i.e 5th October 2020. So, before that, candidates can check the previous year cut off marks for getting a rough idea over the cut-off trend and can get an expected cut off of JEE Advanced 2020.
JEE Advanced cut off ranks (Final Round Closing Rank 2019)
Factors of Cut Off Of JEE Advanced 2020
Cut off of JEE Advanced is declared based on various factors. They are as follows :
- Question Paper’s difficulty level – It is the main factor as this defines the performance of each and every candidate. So, an easy question will get you a high cut off and a difficult one can be responsible for the lower cut off.
- Previous Year Trends – It is the statistical way to get a rough estimate of the present year’s cut off. Mostly, every year the cut off is found in between a particular range with few exceptions.
- Number Of Candidates – This number decides the competition. The more the number of candidates, the more the number of seats in IITs will be the same.
- Available Seats For Admission – IITs have a lesser number of seats available for admissions. And this can have a more significant impact on cut off.
- Performance of Candidates – Candidates’ performance depends upon preparation and the question’s difficulty level. If the version deteriorates, then cut off will automatically get reduced.
Difference Between Qualifying Cut Off And Admission Cut Off?
The major difference between qualifying and admission cut-off is that the first one will help you feature in the rank list, but the later one can get you a seat in IIT. Qualifying Cut Off is declared along with the results, but the admission cut off is declared during the IITs seat allotment process by JoSAA ( Joint Seat Allocation Authority).
JoSAA Important Dates
|JoSAA registration starts||October 6, 2020|
|First mock seat allocation||October 12, 2020|
|Last date of registration and choice filling for JoSAA counselling||October 15, 2020|
|First round of seat allocation||October 17, 2020|
|Display of vacant seats in round 1 and second round of seat allocation||October 21, 2020|
|Display of vacant seats in round 2 and third round of seat allocation||October 26, 2020|
|Display of vacant seats in round 3 and fourth round of seat allocation||October 30, 2020|
|Display of vacant seats in round 4 and fifth round of seat allocation||November 3, 2020|
|Online reporting for round 5||November 4 to 5, 2020`|
|Display of vacant seats in round 5 and sixth round of seat allocation||November 7, 2020|
|Online reporting for final round for IITs||November 8, 2020|
JEE Advanced Merit List
JEE Advanced 2020 results will be announced on October 5th by IIT, Delhi, on the official website of JEE Advanced. To check the result, candidates have to enter the required inputs like registration number, date of birth, mobile number, and email id. Further, the exam conducting body also sends a notification through SMS to the registered mobile numbers of candidates about the JEE Advanced result declaration. The result will be declared online so that official bodies will issue no hard copy. The mark sheet can be downloaded from the official website and can be printed for using it in the future.
JEE Advanced 2020 mark sheet will include the qualifying status, the AIR (All India Rank), and the marks secured. The total secured marks will be the sum of Paper 1 and Paper 2, and this will be used while generating the candidate’s rank.
How To Check JEE Advanced Result?
Checking of JEE Advanced results will be done in a few steps only.
- Firstly, visit the official website of JEE Advanced 2020.
- Click on the JEE Advanced result link flashing on the homepage of the website.
- There, you will be asked to enter a few inputs like registration number, Date of Birth, Mobile Number, and Email ID.
- After entering all the credentials, click on the submit button.
- This will display your result on the screen.
- Save and take a print of the scorecard.
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Merit List Of JEE Advanced 2020
Merit list comprises of only qualified candidates. A candidate can be only be considered qualified if he/she has appeared both Paper 1 and Paper 2 and has secured equal to or above the cut off marks. The ranking chart will be prepared on the basis of the total mark secured by the candidate. The total marks will be the aggregate sum of marks secured in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
It is to be noted that the candidate should have crossed the cut-off marks both in the individual subject and aggregate.
JEE Advanced 2020 Reservation
|Category||Reservation of Seats|
|General – Economically Weaker Section (GEN-EWS)||10%|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL)||27%|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||15%|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||7.5%|
JEE Advanced Tiebreaker Policy
Sometimes while preparing the merit list, the aggregate marks of two or more candidates have secured the same mark. So, the below tie-breaker policy decides the rank of each candidate.
- First: Candidate with higher positive ranks will be preferred over the others. If this fails then,
- Second: Candidates with higher marks in Mathematics will be awarded the higher rank. If still, the tie persists,
- Third: Candidates with higher marks in Physics will get a higher rank.
If still, the tie does not break then, all the candidates will be awarded the same rank.
Colleges That Accepts JEE Advanced Rank
JEE Advanced is conducted for admission for graduation or B.Tech courses in different IITs all over India. But, other than IITs, IISc Bangalore accepts JEE Advanced rank.