The JEE Mains All India Rank 2014 is based on a combination of JEE Mains scores (worth 60 per cent weightage) and Class 12 results (for 40 per cent weightage) and hence receiving of data from the state board and confirmation by the candidates is mandatory.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the competent authority which conducted the national level test for engineering declares the All India Ranking for JEE-Mains 2014. The scores are put up on the website http://jeemain.nic.in/. Students can easily access and look their scores.
Last day after the delay regarding the conformation was July 3rd. This time 12.5 lakh engineering aspirants appeared for the exam.
The ranking system consists of the ‘All India rank’, ‘state rank’ and ‘category rank’ of the candidate. It includes the total marks scored by a candidate along with the marks scored by them in individual subjects.
After scores comes the counselling which will soon start with four rounds.
The JEE (Main) 2014 results that were declared on May 2 allowed 1.5 lakh candidate to appear for JEE (Advanced ) , the gateway to 16 IITs and ISM. The first round counseling for JEE (Advanced) is already over surprisingly leaving many seats vacant.
Private universities started their admission process in mid-May and would be winding up the process in the next few days. Most of the private varsities – BITS, VIT, SRM and Manipal – have already conducted their admissions and most of their seats are filled.