IIT Delhi has released the final results of JEE Advanced 2020 entrance exam. Check for major updates.
After so many assumptions, finally, students are eligible to check their JEE Advanced Result 2020 from the official site. The exam results have announced by the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi by 05th October 2020 (Monday). Candidates can check their JEE Advanced 2020 Result of Paper 1 simply by exploring the authorized exam portal i.e. jeeadv.ac.in. To check the results, students need to enter their Registration Number and Password in the prompted fields. Apart from this, it is said by the IIT Delhi that the category-wise AIR (All India Ranks) of successful qualifiers of JEE Advanced will be available after the declaration of results.
This year, IIT Delhi facilitates the entrance exams for multiple engineering institutes and enables students to take admissions in the premise of IITs through JEE Advanced 2020 Sore. Apart from the JEE Advanced results, candidates will also be eligible to check the JEE Advanced 2020 Rank List likely to be released this week.
JEE Advanced 2020 Result Download -
There are a few steps that candidates need to follow one by one:
- Refer to the official website - jeeadv.ac.in
- Click on the link ‘JEE Advanced 2020 result’, which you will find on the homepage
- Enter your login details such as Registration Number and Password in the provided fields
- Finally, the JEE Advanced results will appear on your screen
Note: It is recommended to students, download your JEE Advanced 2020 Scorecard and take a print out for the same.
JEE Advanced Result 2020 – Mentioned Details on Scorecard
The JEE Advanced 2020 Examination Results will include details like the name and roll number of the students, the name of the examination, marks secured by the examinations, qualifying status of the students, percentile secured.
The students who have qualified the JEE Advanced 2020 examinations will be eligible to apply for the admissions to the engineering programmes offered in the participating institutions including IITs, NITs, IIITs, and Government Funded Technical Institutes.
JEE Advanced Results – Meet The Toppers
Pune resident, 18-year-old Chirag Falor, has topped the Joint Entrance Examination Advanced 2020 by scoring 352 out of 396 from the IIT Bombay zone, while the female topper Kanishka Mittal with a common rank of 17 belongs to the IIT Roorkee zone. The zone wise female topper from the IIT-B zone is Niyati Mehta from Ahmedabad with a common rank of 62. On the other hand, Dhanbad’s Anushka Kumari has emerged as Jharkhand topper with an AIR 177 in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2020 results.
JEE Advanced Result 2020: Exam Highlights
Earlier this year, IIT Delhi had organized JEE Advanced 2020 exam on 27th September 2020, at various exam centres across India and abroad. The exam was conducted in fully CBT mode in two different shifts- morning and evening. A total of 1,51,311 candidates wrote Paper 1 and 1,50,900 candidates appeared in Paper 2 of JEE Advanced 2020 exam.
The exam was conducted under the umbrella of National Testing agency for offering admissions to the astonishing candidates to Indian Institutes of Technology.
JEE Advanced Counselling Schedule 2020
After the declaration of JEE Advanced Result 2020, the formal counselling process for the qualified candidates in the IIT Entrance Examination has stated from the very next day i.e. on 6th October 2020. Registrations to the seat allocation process for IITs, National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and other Government Funded Technology Institutes (GFTIs) has begun and candidates can now participate to the JoSAA 2020 counselling schedule to apply for the colleges. The counselling process will commence with start of registration process and the first mock allocation list will be released on 12th October 2020; whereas the first round of seat allocation will be done on 17th October 2020.
JoSAA Counselling 2020 – Changes Made This Year
As per the officials, the Join Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) announced few changes to the admission process this year. Instead of seven seat allotment rounds, JoSAA this year will be conducting six admission rounds. Another change introduced to the admissions process this year is the change to admission confirmation process. Unlike last year when students had to physically report at the allotted institute to confirm their seats, this year this process will be held online.