JEE Advanced 2015 Results

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JEE Advanced 2015 Results:

The Joint Entrance examinations, also known as the (JEE) are Engineering entrance examinations, which are conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education in India. This entrance examination is conducted every year in the months of April & May.

The JEE examinations are divided into 2 phases namely: JEE Mains & JEE Advanced. The JEE Mains entrance examinations are conducted every year for the admitting all candidates to Undergraduate Courses in programs in several reputed public engineering Universities & Colleges.

While the JEE Advance examinations are conducted only for the purpose of filtering the best and the brightest candidates to be admitted only to the Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) all 16 of them and the Indian School of Mines (ISM) Dhanbad.

The JEE Advanced Examinations are conducted after the declaration of the JEE Mains Results. Only those top / merit 150,000 students who have passed and qualified the JEE Mains Examination are allowed to appear for the JEE Advanced examinations.

JEE Advanced 2015 Results:

  • The dates for the declaration of the JEE Advanced 2015 Results have already been notified by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The JEE Advanced 2015 Results will be declared on the 18th June 2015.

How to Check the JEE Advanced 2015 Results:

  • All the Candidates are required to note that only those, who have appeared for the JEE Advanced 2015 examination will be eligible to check their JEE Advanced 2015 Results.
  • For the above mentioned purposes the candidates will have to visit the official website or click here on the link
  • After visiting the webpage the candidate will have to enter their JEE Advanced 2015 Roll no and their date of birth.
  • All the Candidates should also note that the JEE Advanced 2015 Results will also include the Common Merit List (CML), this will be allotted to all those candidates who have score at least 10% marks in each subject and 35% in aggregate
  • The Common Merit List will also contain a separate category for all those candidates who belong to the Schedule Caste (SC), Schedule Tribe (ST) & other backward classes (OBC) category.
  • All the Candidates are required to note that in the case of the Tie up situation a higher of marks scored in the subjects of Mathematics & Physics will be considered.

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