JEE Advanced Result 2018 declared at results.jeeadv.ac.in: check Now

JEE Advanced Result 2018 Declared, the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced on June 10, today on Sunday. The result will be announced by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur. So, the candidates who have appeared for the examination can able to check their results at the JEE Advanced official website.

The result declared at 10 am. Also, the exam scores and the All Indian Ranks (AIR) to be released. The concern board conducted the exam on May 20, 2018. If the candidate registered their number by using their mobile phone will get their result via SMS message. As per the instruction, the candidates will not receive individual rank cards.

The seat allocation will be started from June 15, 2018. This is the first time that JEE Advanced conducted the examination in the online mode. Students could follow the steps given below to check their JEE Advanced Result 2018.

Official website: Click here

– IIT Bombay Zone: Rishi Agarwal, CRL 8
– IIT Delhi Zone: Sahil Jain, CRL 2
– IIT Guwahati Zone: Prashant Kumar, CRL 150
– IIT Kanpur zone: Ayush Kadam CRL 78
– IIT Kharagpur zone: KVR Hemant Kumar Chodipilli

From the results, the selected candidates will get their admission for their wise as it will be any of the following such as undergraduate courses, and also integrated masters or bachelor-master dual degree in engineering, sciences or architecture. As per the report, the total of around 2.2 lakh students appeared for the JEE Advanced examination this year.

JEE Advanced Result 2018

Go to the official website and click on the result link. Now, enter the required details in the provided fields. Then click on ‘Submit’. The result will appear on the screen. Download the save and take printout for future reference.

JEE Advanced result 2018

The JEE Main examination was announced on April 30 after JEE Prelims. In that, the Andhra Pradesh candidate Bhogi Suraj Krishna scored the top mark and secured the first position.

For the female candidates, the Indian Institute of Technologies has decided to reserve seats. Based on that, there are totally 779 reserve seats to be allotted in all IITs for engineering.

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