The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi declared the scores of JEE-Main late Friday night.
Nearly 12.78 lakh students had appeared for the exam this year. The final result along with the All India Ranks will be known in July. The top 1.5 lakh students would be allowed to sit for the JEE-Advanced exam for admission to IITs.
“We are loading the scores on Friday night. Besides the online challenges, the experts were looking into all the mails that had been received by the individual students. We are uploading the revised answer key with corrected answers,” CBSE chairman Vineet Joshi said.
The CBSE conducts the JEE-Main for admission to different NITs, IITs and other centrally funded institutes. Besides, several private institutions also consider JEE Main scores for their admissions. Click Here for the list of various institutions accepting the scores of JEE-Main for B.Tech., B.Arch. admissions. The board uploaded the answers of questions that were asked in the offline and online exams. Students could challenge the answers on payment of Rs. 1000 for each question, which would be refunded if they were correct.