The January and April sessions of JEE Main 2019 has been successfully concluded by the National Testing Agency. A total of 1019855 (874469 for Paper I and 145386 for Paper II) candidates appeared for JEE Main 2019 January exam. On the other hand, 958619 registered for the second session of JEE Main 2019 in April. It is possible that a few students might mention wrong category while filling online application form for JEE Main 2019. For this reason, the National testing Agency is providing the last time correction facility in the category column of JEE Main Application Form 2019. Students appeared in the January and April session of JEE Main 2019 must visit the official website in order to verify their category (General, OBC-NCL, SC, ST and EWS) and update their respective category as per their actual Category Status before 5:00 PM of April 17.
Candidates are informed to undertake correction in their Category Column (wherever necessary) very carefully as no further chance will be given.
What after JEE Main 2019 Result?
The National Testing Agency (NTA) will follow normalization procedure based on percentile score in JEE Main 2019. NTA will consider better of the two NTA Scores of all those candidates who appeared in Jan 2019 and April 2019 examinations.After securing rank among top 2.45 lakh candidates in JEE Main 2019, students can register themselves for JEE Advanced 2019 for which the registration window opens from May 3.JEE Advanced 2019 is the next stage of IIT JEE for admission to Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).
Students who appeared for JEE Main 2019, are confused about their chances of being shortlisted for JEE Advanced as they have no idea of the cut-off to be released by NTA. Experts at Jagran Josh, after analysing the prominent factors, have prepared the expected cut-off of JEE Main 2019. This expected cut-off is totally based on the general calculations performed for the trends in previous years and number of candidates appeared in JEE Main 2019. Details can be checked from the following link: