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JEE (Main) Results of Paper 2 released: 27,624 Candidates improve performance

For the first time, the JEE (Main) Examination of Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning) was conducted two times in CBT (online) mode, in this year.


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Updated: 15-05-2019 17:54 IST
JEE (Main) Results of Paper 2 released: 27,624 Candidates improve performance

Candidates were given the opportunity to see their responses to the question papers and to Challenge the answer keys during 14-16 April 2019. Image Credit: Wikimedia

The National Testing Agency has declared JEE (Main) Results of Paper 2. The results were declared last evening. For the first time, the JEE (Main) Examination of Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning) was conducted two times in CBT (online) mode, in this year. The first Examination was conducted on 8th January 2019 in two shifts, and the second JEE (Main) Examination for Paper-2 was conducted on 7th April 2019.

For those candidates who appeared in both January & April Examination, better of the two scores have been accounted for. Out of 61,510 candidates appearing in both the months, 27,624 Candidates have improved their performance.

The Examination was conducted without any glitch in 373 centres in 258 Cities including 09 outside India and was monitored in the following ways:-

(a) A Control Room was opened to monitor and facilitate the smooth conduct of the Examination on the ground. 30 State Coordinators, 251 City Coordinators and 490 Observers were positioned.

(b) A third-party audit of all Examination Centers was Carried Out.

(c) CCTV Surveillance was done in all Examination Centers to ward off any malpractices in the Examination. The NTA also made arrangements for live streaming of centre locations and recording of CCTV System of all Examination Centers at the Control Room established at its office in Noida. 8 Virtual Observers oversaw the Exams remotely at the NTA Control Room, in addition to 482 Observers in the exam centres.

(d) In order to prevent any cheating using mobile networks, Jammers were installed in all the centres. A total of about 2820 Jammers per shift in all 2 shifts were also put in place.

(e) Free Practice Sessions were also conducted through a network of more than 4200 Test Practice Centers (TPCs) to benefit the students of rural areas. The Mock Test was also available online. About 1.61 crore candidates benefited from Mock Tests using the online/offline facility from 8th Sept 2018 till 5th April 2019.

Candidates were given the opportunity to see their responses to the question papers and to Challenge the answer keys during 14-16 April 2019. The Final Answer keys of Paper-II have also been displayed on the JEE(Main) website: www.jeemain.nic.in

The Ranks of the candidates have been decided to take into consideration better of the two NTA Scores of all candidates appeared in JEE (Main) January-2019 and April 2019 examinations and in accordance with the policy already made available on the website www.jeemain.nic.in

The NTA Score Cards have been displayed on the JEE (main) Website: www.jeemain.nic.in on 14th May 2019.

Candidate's particulars including category and Person with Disability (PwD) have been taken by NTA as mentioned by the candidate in the Online Application Form.

(With Inputs from PIB)

COUNTRY : India

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