JEE Main Result 2023, How to check at

Joint Entrance Examination, JEE Main Result 2023 would be released by National Testing Agency, NTA on its website. Once released, the results would be made available on and All those candidates who have appeared for the same are required to check the score and rank of Paper-I at the official website

NTA would release the NTA Score or percentile rank for the candidates who have appeared in the February examination. Students can calculate their raw score by comparing their response sheet with final answer keys which would be released.

Students must remember that the JEE Main Rank would be calculated on the basis of NTA score – which is a percentile score or rank. Ahead of the result, here are important things you need to know about JEE Main result. This score shall comprise the actual marks obtained in Paper-I of JEE Main along with the status of those who qualify for appearing in JEE Advanced. The rank shall comprise All India rank and All India category rank.

NTA will release also results for the JEE Main examination Paper 2 –  B.Arch and B. Planning. The result is now available online on official website NTA Candidates who have appeared for the examination can now check the results and the answer keys for Paper 2 on the web portal. The examination for B Arch and B Planning was conducted as per the schedule. The result and rank for the same is now available on the official website at JEE Main Results

JEE Main Exam Results & Scores
Name of the resultJEE Main Result 2022
TitleCheck the JEE Main Exam Result 2022
SubjectNTA would release JEE Main Exam Result 2022
Result portal
JEE Main Score Card link 1URL 1 : Download Score Card of JEE Main Session 2 Paper 1
JEE Main Score Card link 2URL 2 : Download Score Card of JEE Main Session 2 Paper 1
JEE Main Exam Result Details

Candidates may please note that in case you have appeared for four session examinations, the better of the two scores would be considered. Candidates who qualify the JEE Main Paper 2 are eligible to apply for B. Architecture and B. Planning courses in various National Institutes of Technology, NITs and other colleges accepting the score. Candidates have to qualify AAT to be eligible for B Arch course in IITs.

How to check the JEE Main Result 2023?

Joint Entrance Examination Result would be released by the NTA on its JEE Main web portal, National Testing Agency conducted JEE Mains in two sessions- First session will be conducted in April 2023 and the second session will be held in May 2023. Candidates who appeared the JEE Mains can check details and download the JEE Main result from the official web page. All interested are advised to keep a check on the official website for more updates. The candidates can follow the simple steps provided below to check and download the JEE Mains Result.

  1. Visit the Website

    Students need to visit the official website, in your device browser.

  2. Click on JEE Main Link

    Once you reach the official website, click on the JEE Main link on the home page. Then, Joint Entrance Examination Main Official website, would be opened in your device.

  3. Click on Result Link

    On the home page of JEE Main, click on JEE Main examination result link. Then, a new web page would be opened in your device.

  4. Login the web page

    Enter your registration number, password/date of birth, security code to log in and view the result.

  5. Check the Result

    Candidates can check the JEE Main exam result carefully.

  6. Download the Result

    After checking the all details, candidates can download the result. Take a print it and preserve it for future reference.

The JEE Main examination was conducted across the country as per the schedule. JEE Main answer key has already been released after the conduct of examination. JEE Main Result would be available on its web portal. Soon after the result is declared, candidates can either appear for JEE Advanced examination.

JEE Advanced: The JEE Advanced examination would be conducted in July. The examination would be a computer-based test and would be conducted in two slots – morning and afternoon for B. Tech and B. Arch courses respectively. The JEE Main examination which is also a screening test for IIT entrance examination (also known as JEE Advanced). The JEE Main results will be released on the official portals at

JEE Main Scores: Number of Candidates who would qualify for JEE Advanced. Students who qualify the JEE Main and feature in the top 70 percentile would qualify for the JEE Advanced. Indian Institute of Technology, IIT would be conducting the JEE Advanced examination this year. As per the notification on the official website, the JEE Advanced would be conducted across the country. The online application forms for JEE Advanced 2020 are expected to be released in the first week of May.

Students are advised to note that the JEE Main Scores required to qualify for JEE Advanced may vary as JEE Main would be conducted twice a year. The next session of JEE Main would be conducted in April. Students have an option of appearing in either/or both the JEE Main examination. The better of the two scores of the candidate would be considered for JEE Main 2020 Rank. The exact number of students that are expected to qualify for the examination is not known at present.

Seat reservation: Also, this year, the IITs have decided to reserve seats for female candidates. As per reports, 779 reserve seats will be allocated in various IITs for female engineering candidates. IIT Kharagpur has 113 seats, IIT Dhanbad- 95 seats, IIT Kanpur- 79 seats, IIT BHU- 76, IIT Roorkee- 68, IIT Delhi- 59, IIT Bombay- 58, IIT Guwahati- 57.

Selection procedure for admission in IITs and other institutes:

The engineering aspirants who wish to get admissions in the prestigious colleges, they need to secure at least 75 per cent marks in the Class 12 exams or they need to hold the top 20 percentile in their respective state board Class 12 examination. For SC/ST students the qualifying marks would be 65 per cent in the 12th class examination.

Clearing the JEE mains and advanced papers, the candidates can get through in Bachelor of Technology (BTech), Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) courses. The exam is held in two stages – JEE Main which is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and JEE Advanced which is held by different IITs every year.

Percentile Score and Normalization: This year, as the examination would be conducted in multiple shifts, NTA would be using percentile scores instead of percentage or raw scores. These would be calculated after the normalization of the scores across all the slots is done. The calculation methods to be employed for normalization of JEE Main 2020 score is provided here.

JEE Main results would have your overall score, and your sectional score for mathematics, physics and chemistry. Candidates have an option of appearing for either both or any one of the JEE Main examinations (January and/or April). For candidates who appear in both, the better of the two overall scores would be considered in the final JEE Main Ranking.

JEE Main Ranks would be calculated only after the JEE Main April examination. The scores of either of the examination would be considered for a candidate to calculate the JEE Main rank. In case of a tie of NTA score (overall), the following would be considered to break a tie.

  • NTA score of raw mark in Mathematics
  • NTA score of raw mark in Physics
  • NTA score of raw mark in Chemistry
  • Candidates older in age
JEE Main Info
JEE Main for Engineering & Architecture Course Admissions
JEE Main Schedule and Important dates
JEE Main Eligibility Criteria for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE-Main)
JEE Main Registration, How to Submit Online application at
JEE Main Online Application Correction Process Window
JEE Main Exam Pattern for Joint Entrance Examination
JEE Main Exam dates, Check the details from here
JEE Main Exam Schedule for Joint Entrance Examination
JEE Main Admit Card for Joint Entrance Examination & Instructions
JEE Main Exam Instructions and check more details
JEE Main Answer Key download & Raise Objections at
JEE Main Question Papers with Recorded Responses download from
JEE Main Result – How to check at
JEE Main Rank Card – How to download from at
JEE Main Exam Details
JEE Advanced Info
JEE Advanced Schedule for Registrations, Exam scheme, Exam date and other details
JEE Advanced Registration, How to apply at for IIT Entrance Test
JEE Advanced Exam date and Timings for Paper I, Paper 2 Exams
JEE Advanced Mock Tests, Practice Tests on on
JEE Advanced Admit Card download from
JEE Advanced Answer Key & Question Papers download from
JEE Advanced Answer Sheets download from
JEE Advanced Result at, How to check Results?
JEE Advanced AAT, Apply for Architecture Aptitude Test
JEE Advanced Exam Information
JoSAA Counselling 2022
JoSAA Counselling Schedule for Registrations, Choice Filling & Seat Allotment
JoSAA Registration 2022, Choice filling for JEE Advanced admissions
JoSAA Choice filling for IIIT, NIT Admissions by JEE Advanced
JoSAA Result – Check Seat allotment at Counselling portal
JoSAA Seat Allotment – Check at JEE Advanced Counselling portal at
JoSAA Round 1 Seat Allotment Result
JoSAA Round 2 Seat Allotment Result
JoSAA Round 3 JoSAA Seat Allotment Result
JoSAA Counselling Information

*Disclaimer: We have published the above information for reference Purpose only, For any changes on the content we refer to visit the Official website to get the latest & Official details, and we are not responsible for anything

12th Model Paper 2022 | Pavzi | 10th Model Paper 2022 | Model Paper 2022 | eKalyan ePass | | Scholarship- Fellowship | JNVST Result 2022 | LI9 | Sample Paper 2022 | Board Paper 2022 | Sample Paper 2022 | EDPOST | BLOGSS | 10th Model Question Paper 2022 | Model Paper 2022 | JNANABHUMIAP | Board Model Paper 2022 | 99 Networks | 25 Penny | 99 Employee | Refrigeration Pedia|

Leave a Comment