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JEE Advanced Result 2018 declared: Pranav Goyal from Panchkula tops, at results.jeeadv.ac.in

JEE Advanced Result 2018 declared: Pranav Goyal from Panchkula tops, at results.jeeadv.ac.in: IIT Kanpur announced the JEE Advanced 2018 results today (10 June) at 10 am. from Panchkula, Pranav Goyal, topped the exam and all students who have appeared in both Paper 1 and Paper 2 can check their result at the official media portal, jeeadv.ac.in.

JEE Advanced 2018 was conducted and held on 20 May. This was a computer-based test, which also marks the entry to 23 IITs, was held in 2 sessions for the two compulsory papers.

IIT Kanpur is regarded as the organizing institute for JEE Advanced 2018, that will be announced the result on today (10 June).

This is the result that will be the list of the scores also which is for the All India ranks obtain by the apprentices.

The portion of the seats in the IITs will be on the basis of the ranks mentioned in the JEE Advanced result.

According to the latest notification, a total of 11,279 seats are being offered in the IITs in 2018. This is an increase of 291 seats from the number of seats that were available in 2017.

A new guideline comes from the MHRD is to improve the gender imbalance that will be consequences in the creation of 800 supernumerary seats completely and exclusively for the girl students.

In addition, supernumerary seats will be created to foreign entrants along with DS candidates (with a restriction of maximum two DS candidates per IIT).

How to check JEE Advanced 2018 result?

Click on the result portal link at results.jeeadv.ac.in

Enter the JEE Advanced 2018 Registration No, Date of birth, Mobile No and Email Address

The result cum scorecard will be displayed.

Download the scorecard as it will be required for JoSAA 2018 counseling and admissions

How to choose the IIT and branch?

Counseling by JoSAA begins 15 June, when the registrations commenced. Eligible candidates may apply using their JEE Main or JEE Advanced details in order to witness the admissions to the 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 23 IIITs and 23 GFTIs.

Before applying, it is important to make a list of the courses which institutes that one can apply to on the basis of the ranks get hold of in either JEE Main or JEE Advanced.

To aid in this, the JEE Advanced cutoff is constructive because this is lists out the last years’ opening and closing ranks for each branch and IIT.

All aspirants are suggested to fill as many choices by which they can to avoid being eliminated from the counseling process on account of no allotment.

Joint Seat Allocation Authority is all set to declare the first seat allotment on 27 June. In order To help all students, they need to understand the counseling process; there will be two mock allotments on 19 June and 24 June.

Students can rectify their choices till 25 June, which is also the last date for registration. The final allotment for the seventh round is all set to announce on the 18 July.