JEE Main Result 2015 declared, log on to cbseresults.nic.in

27 Apr 2015    03:59 pm

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New Delhi: Log on to cbseresults.nic.in for JEE Main result 2015 as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all situated to proclaim the outcomes on Monday. The JEE (Main) examination is for entrance into top building schools in the nation. Wile the main 1.5 lakh understudies fit the bill for the JEE (Advanced) for section into the prestigious Indian Institute of Technologies, the rest can seek National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and other such establishments. 

The current year's examination – held in both online and a disconnected from the net/pen and paper adaptation - had its impart of debate the same number of folks and training focuses called attention to slips in the answer keys of the logged off exam. It stays to be seen, how the CBSE oversees such issues. 

Applicants who showed up for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) 2015 can get to their outcomes by filling in their move number and secret word to get to the JEE Main Exam results. 

The outcome will be pronounced in two stages – 

Stage 1 - Issuance of Score Card; 

Stage 2 - All India Rank assertion. 

IIT JEE (Main) was the first phase of the Joint Entrance Examination. The JEE (Advanced) will be the following test of designing hopefuls. 

The two-level IIT JEE (Main) examination was held for the Engineering undergrad admissions to the NITs and halfway subsidized organizations and also various driving private colleges and foundations. 

More than 13 lakh understudies had showed up for the Joint Entrance Exam (Main) 2015. 

The effective competitors will be qualified to enlist online for the JEE (Advanced) 2015 from May 2 to 7. 

The JEE (Advanced) 2015 paper 1 and 2 (each of three-hour term) are booked to be hung on May 24, 2015. 

The execution of a competitor in the JEE (Advanced) examination will shape the premise for admission to the Bachelor's, Integrated Master's and Dual Degree programs in the sixteen IITs and the Indian School of Mines