IIT Kanpur is set to announce the JEE Advanced 2018 results on 10 June, tomorrow. JEE Advanced 2018 exam was held on 20 May. The online test, which is the opening to 23 IITs, was held in two sessions for the two compulsory papers
IIT Kanpur, which is the organizing foundation for JEE Advanced 2018, will announce the result on 10 June. The result will drill down the scores. The portion of seats in the IITs will be based on the positions specified in the JEE Advanced 2018 results
According to the most recent notice, an aggregate of 11,279 seats are being offered in the IITs in 2018. This is an expansion of 291 seats from the number of seats accessible in 2017.
Supernumerary Seats For Girls
Another rule from the MHRD to enhance the gender inequity has brought about the formation of 800 supernumerary seats only for female candidates. What’s more, supernumerary seats will be made to outside applicants alongside DS aspirants
How to check JEE Advanced 2018 results?
- Click on the result link JEE Advanced 2018 results at https://results.jeeadv.ac.in
- Enter the JEE Advanced 2018 Registration No, Date of birth, Address, Email and Mobile No
- The result or scorecard will be shown.
- Download the scorecard as it will be required for JoSAA 2018 admissions and counseling
How to pick the IIT and branch?
Guiding by JoSAA begins on 15 June, when the enrollments start. Qualified applicants may apply to utilize their JEE Main or JEE Advanced information for admissions to the 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 23 IIITs and 23 GFTIs.
Before applying, it is vital to make a list of the courses and institutes that one can apply to based on the positions got in either JEE Main or JEE Advanced.
To help in this, the JEE Advanced cutoff is valuable as it as it lists out the past year’s opening and closing ranks for each branch and IIT. Competitors are encouraged to fill the greatest number of choices as they can to abstain from being killed from the advising procedure by an account of no allotment.
Joint Seat Allocation Authority will report the first seat portion on 27 June. To enable the possibility to understand the directing procedure, there will be two mock allocations on 19 June and 24 June. Competitors can correct their choices until 25 June, which additionally is the last date for recruitment. The last apportioning for the seventh round will be declared on 18 July.