The 6th Joint Entrance Examination Main 2018 was conducted on 8th April 2018 in offline mode and 16th April 2018 in online mode. This year around 12 Lakh students have appeared in JEE Main 2018 Online/Offline based examination conducted by CBSE Board. JEE Main is a National Level Examination conducted by the CBSE Board for those students who want to pursue Engineering in their career. Many top Institutions consider JEE Main score for allocation of the admission in their colleges. JEE Main 2018 Result with Rank has been released on 30th April 2018. The result can be accessed through the online mode on the Official Website of JEE Main 2018. Candidates are required to enter their Roll Number and Date of Birth to view results.
In addition, the inclusive difficulty level of the paper was between easy to moderate. The candidates who were dedicated throughout the year in developing speed and accuracy by attempting routine test series and mock tests on the JEE Main pattern, must have performed excellently. However, it is always relative performance which matters in such competitive examinations.
Admission through centralized quota procedure in NITs / IIITs / CFTIs for over 2,31,024 seats in Undergraduate Courses will concede to merit list based on the score in JEE Main examination.
How to check your result?
Candidates who are looking for JEE Main 2018 result can check their results by following these simple steps:
- Visit the Official Website. Please Click here.
- Click on the link for Joint Entrance Exam Main Result – with Rank.
- After filling the details (Roll No. and DOB). Click on submit button.
- The result will display on the screen.
Along with the announcement of JEE Main result on 30th April 2018. The cut-off is available here. The cut-off marks are set according to the categories, candidates appeared and difficulty level of the exam. Around top 2,24,000 candidates are allowed to appear the second stage of JEE Advanced 2018.
JEE Main Cut Off 2018
JEE Main 2018 Category-wise number of students qualified, max. marks, cut-off is given here:
|Category||Qualified||Max. Marks||Min. Marks|
Among a total of 12 Lakh students who attempted the JEE Main test, Andhra Pradesh’s Bhogi Suraj Krishna was declared the topper (AIR 1) while KVR Hemant Kumar Chodipilli, also from Andhra Pradesh secured second (AIR 2). Nucleus Education has made a remarkable history by giving best result with 4 in top 50, 14 in top 500 and 25+ in top 1000 in JEE Main 2018. Here are the top 14 students of Nucleus Education who secured rank in JEE Main Top 500:
- Sarthak Behera (AIR 29)
- Shashank Agrawal (AIR 36)
- Shreya Pathak (AIR 46)
- Raaghav Raaj (AIR 48)
- Mayank Goyal (103)
- Ayush Kadam (AIR 138)
- Harsh Patel (AIR 143)
- Spandan (AIR 161)
- Gunjan Kumar (AIR 206)
- Nitin Garg (AIR 275)
- Rahul Aditya (AIR 318)
- Priyanshu Agarwal (AIR 361)
- Mrinal Khubchandani (AIR 385)
- Ram Niwas Sharma (AIR 427)
Congratulations to the Aspirants who have cleared the first stage JEE Main 2018 and are now preparing for JEE Advanced 2018. The students must go through the preparation tips given by the mentors of the Nucleus Education and prepare as per the syllabus for JEE Advance.