JEE Advanced result 2020 declared. Here's how to check the scores
- About one lakh candidates are waiting for the result.
- Once declared, students will be able to check their scores online at jeeadv.ac.in.
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AdvertisementIndian Institute of Delhi (IIT-D) is expected to announce the result of the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Advanced score at 10 am today. About one lakh candidates are waiting for the results. Once declared, students will be able to check their scores online at jeeadv.ac.in.
JEE is an entrance exam held in India to get admission to various undergraduate engineering courses offered by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), National Institutes of Technology (NITs).
"Results will be declared on Monday, October 05, 2020, 10:00 IST. Category-wise All India Ranks (AIR) of successful candidates will be available through the JEE (Advanced) 2020 online portal after the results are declared. Text messages will also be sent to the candidates to their registered mobile numbers," as per the information bulletin of JEE Advanced 2020.
Here’s how to check JEE Advanced Result 2020 —
- Go to JEE Advanced official website at https://jeeadv.ac.in/
- Click on “JEE (Advanced) 2020 Result.
- Login to the portal using your credentials.
- You will be able to view your result.
- Download and print the result for future reference.
Despite massive protests, JEE Advanced was held on September 27 across thousand exam centres in 222 cities.
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