JEE Main Result 2014: Date, Score Calculation Procedure
Download JEE Main 2014 Scores!
JEE Main result will be declared on May 3, 2014. On this JEE Main result 2014 date, only the scores of students who will appear for Paper 1 of the exam will be declared, along with the status of those who qualify for appearing in JEE Advanced – just on the basis of Main scores.
Besides the JEE main results date, you should also keep an eye open for the dates on which JEE Main answer key and OMR sheets of the student will be made available on the official website. You should cross-check your answers with the answer keys made available on the website and report to the authorities in case of any discrepancy at the earliest.
Download JEE Main 2014 Rank Lists!
Separate JEE Main rank lists will be declared for admission to undergraduate engineering and architecture programs in institutions other than the IITs by July 7, 2014. These rank lists will be prepared by giving 60% weightage to JEE Main scores and 40% weightage to normalized score of Class 12 board marks.
- Candidates will only be considered for All India Ranking of the exam if they upload the copy of their Class 12 mark sheet on JEE Main official website latest by June 25, 2014.
- Candidates who expect their Class 12 board exams to be declared after June 25, 2014 should not take the exam.
Download JEE Main 2014 Rank Card!
JEE Main 2014 Rank Card will be available for download after the result has been declared. It will contain All India Rank, State Rank and Category Rank of a student as well as his or her Total Marks and Marks in Each Paper.
Results of JEE Main 2014 will decide in which colleges engineering and architecture aspirants can seek admission. Top 1, 50,000 in the JEE Main Merit List who are also among the Top 20 percentile of their respective boards are eligible to take JEE Advanced and try out for the IITs. Rest of the candidates can participate in the Centralized Counselling after JEE Main as well as state-level counseling or institute-level counseling for admission to rest of the institutions participating in the exam.
Know about institutes (other than IITs) participating in JEE Main 2014!
How to calculate your Percentile in Class 12 or your Qualifying Examination
Percentage of Marks and Percentile of a Student are two different entities and one must not get confused between the two.
- Percentage of a student is what he or she scores out of a total of 100 marks in the exam.
- Percentile Score of a student is one’s position respective to other students in the board exams. Hence, a 40 percentile mark means that 40% students in that board has scored below that mark. It is calculated as follows:
Suppose in a Board,
No. of Candidates registered for the Class 12 exam = 12,000
No. of Candidates appeared for the Class 12 exam = 11,500
2,000 students have scored less than 50% marks in the exam.
Percentile Score of 50% marks in the Board will be:
Percentile Score = 100 X 2000 / 11500 = 17.39
If 10,000 students had scored less than 50% in the exam, then
Percentile Score of 50% marks in the Board would have been:
Percentile Score = 100 X 10000 / 11500 = 86.95
Hence, for the same 50% marks, percentiles can vary widely depending on the overall performance of students in the exam.
JEE Main Normalization Procedure 2014 which will be adopted for admission to NITs, IITs and CFTIs
A denotes the Aggregate marks of a student in JEE Main.
B denotes the aggregate marks of five specified subjects for the candidate*:
- One Language,
- One of these subjects: Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry or Technical Vocational Subject,
- Any other specified Subject other than the ones mentioned above.
* Each subject has to be marked out of 100 marks.
P denotes the Percentile of a Candidate in their respective board exam based on their aggregate marks
B1 denotes JEE Main aggregate marks of the candidate for that Percentile on All-India level.
B2 denotes JEE Main aggregate marks of the candidate for that Percentile at his or her Board-level.
Normalized QE Scores = (B1 + B2) / 2
For admission to Centrally Funded Technical Institutions, final JEE Main Scores will be calculated as:
JEE Main Scores =(0.6 X A) + (0.4 X Normalized QE Scores)
These final JEE Main Scores will eventually be used to draw JEE Main 2014 Merit List.
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