The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the JEE Main Result 2017 on April 27, 2017. The JEE Main Scorecard is divided into various sections and this article will help the candidates to understand the same. Also, for the convenience of the candidates, images of the various sections are also provided in this article. The JEE Main Result 2017 will be providing the details about the candidates, the rank, the scores obtained and instructions regarding the JEE Main Score Card. The JEE Main Paper 1 was held on April 02 in offline mode and on April 08 & 09, 2017 in online mode. Check this article to understand the various sections of the JEE Main Scorecard 2017.
JEE Main Scorecard – Section 1
The first section of the JEE Main Scorecard will provide details about the candidate. After checking the scorecard, the candidates are advised to go through the details carefully and make sure they are error free. The following are the details that will be printed on the scorecard of the JEE Main 2017 –
- JEE Main Roll Number
- Name of the candidateMeta Description
- Mother’s name
- Father’s name
- State Code of Eligibility
JEE Main Scorecard – Section 2
This section will furnish us the scores obtained in each section (Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics) along with the total marks in Paper I. Here, the scores of each of the subjects are provided and on the basis of the marks, candidates will be shortlisted for the counselling rounds.
JEE Main Scorecard – Section 3
The third section of the JEE Main Scorecard 2017 will provide the marks of JEE Main Paper II. The JEE Main Result for paper II will be released on May 27, 2017.
JEE Main Scorecard – Section 4
The fourth section of JEE Main Scorecard 2017 provides the Overall rank and category-wise rank. On the basis of the All India Rank of the candidate, JoSAA will be shortlisting candidates for admission to the 24,000 B.Tech seats in the 31 NITs, 20 IIITs, IIEST and 18 GFTIs. The top 2,20,000 candidates will be shortlisted for admission to the 11,000 seats offered by the 23 IITs and ISM.
JEE Main Scorecard – Section 5
The fifth section of JEE Main 2017 scorecard provides the category-wise cutoff scores required to get shortlisted for JEE Advanced counselling. The candidates must score the minimum cutoff marks to get shortlisted. The CBSE has prepared the cutoff marks on the various factors, such as the total number of candidates who appeared for the test, total number of seats, etc.
Note: If compared to the last 4 years, this is the lowest cutoff scores.
JEE Main Scorecard – Section 6
The sixth section of the scorecard of JEE Main provides the instructions regarding the scorecard and central counselling. Candidates are advised to go through the instructions provided in this sectionMeta Description so that they don’t miss any information on the counselling, scorecard, rankings, admission process, etc.