Central Board of Secondary Education has RELEASED the JEE Main 2013 Final Merit List/Rank List on 02 July 2013. Students who appeared in JEE Main 2013 held in the month of March can now check out their All India Ranks and Category Wise Ranks as well. Earlier, the candidates could see only their individual Results/Scores obtained in the exam. But now, the Board has released the Final JEE Main 2013 Merit List/Rank List that shows All India Ranking of the candidate.
CBSE has conducted the JEE Main 2013 on 07 March 2013 at the various examination centers across India and the results/scores of which were declared on 31 May 2013. After that the candidates were asked by the CBSE to submit their class 12 board exam marks in order to prepare the All India Rank List.
JEE Main 2013 Merit List/Rank List Generation Procedure
Ranks of candidates appeared in the JEE Main 2013 will be decided on the merit prepared by giving 60% consideration to JEE Main Score and 40% consideration to Class 12 board exam marks, after Normalization. The normalization of class 12 board exam scores was done according to different evaluation methodologies and examination process of different Boards.
On the basis of their JEE Main 2013 All India Ranks, students will be able to seek admissions in undergraduate engineering programs in various Central and State Governments Funded Technical Institutions such as NITs, IITs, etc.
Various State Colleges and Deemed Universities will also use, purportedly, the JEE Main 2013 All India Ranks to allow admissions in their engineering courses.
To check out the JEE Main 2013 Final Merit List/Rank List, click on the link mentioned below:
CHECK HERE: JEE Main 2013 Final Merit List/Rank List
DISCLAIMER: JPL and its affiliates shall have no liability for any views, thoughts and comments expressed on this article.
CBSE Class 10 Compartment Result 2018: Options for Students Who Failed the Exam
What for those who failed in the CBSE 12th Compartment Exams 2018?
JEE, NEET 2019: Unique question paper for each candidate; what would be the effects and benefits?
CBSE refutes news of 50% students getting more marks after re-evaluation; know the true facts