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JEE main results expected today, rank lists on July 7


NAGPURResults of the big ticket Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) are expected to be declared on Monday. The single gateway to engineering colleges and ultimately the prestigious IITs is held in both online and offline mode. Response sheets of the exam had been uploaded on the official website and students were allowed to make changes.

As per academic experts, the offline exam had a couple of issues with the questions. Questions in physics and maths sections were incorrect. Speaking to TOI earlier, Dilip Vaidya, academics director of a JEE coaching centre in city, sa
id, "There was one question in physics which had two correct options and one question in mathematics with no correct option."

JEE scores declared in these results shall comprise the actual marks obtained in Paper-I along with the status of those who qualify for appearing in JEE (Advanced). Separately, on the basis of score in JEE Main and normalized score in Class XII exam (60% & 40% weightage respectively), separate rank lists will be prepared for admission to BE/B Tech and B Arch/ B Planning (in institutions other than IITs). This will be declared on July 7. JEE Main rank card indicating all India rank, state rank and category rank with total marks and marks in each paper will be available on JEE (Main) website after the declaration of result.

It is not uncommon for a couple of questions having issues even in big ticket examinations like JEE. Analysis of the paper reveals that it was an overall balanced exam. The tough sections were balanced out by easy questions in others. Vaidya, said, "Physics section was tough with about 17 high level questions, but chemistry section was relatively easy with only about six high level questions. Mathematics section was bit lengthy as usual with about eight lengthy questions. At this stage, assuming that students have prepared all the three subjects equally, the top scores might be lower than that of previous year, but cut-off might remain unchanged."
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