The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023 session 2 result will be released by evening on the 28 April, as confirmed by an official of the National Testing Agency (NTA) to the media. The provisional answer key for the Session 2 examinations conducted from April 6-15 was released on April 24.
Over the last 72 hours, there were indications that the results could be released any moment, but after the confirmation from the NTA official, the for the stakeholders has just become a bit longer.. As per the statement of an official of the NTA to a leading newspaper. Click here for Final Answer Key to know your probable score: FINAL ANSWER KEY JEE MAIN SESSION 2 2023
The candidates can check their result on https://jeemain.nta.nic.in/ and https://nta.nic.in According to the Final Answer Key 10 Questions have been dropped and no claims on the final results will now be entertained by the National Testing Agency.
In India, JEE Main examinations are for undergraduate engineering and architecture courses. The exam is held twice a year in January and April. Paper-1 is for B.E/B.Tech and Paper-2 for B.Arch/B.Planning. The exams are also conducted for admissions to other engineering colleges in India that are not part of the IITs or NITs.
As per reports the NTA has dropped a total of 10 questions from the JEE Main Session 2 from across various shifts as per the final provisional answer key. Once a question from a MCQ question is dropped the NTA awards 4 marks to each candidate who got the paper from which the question has been dropped, irrespective of whether the question was attempted or not. For Non MCQ, the four marks will be awarded only to those who attempted the question. No question was dropped from the First Shift paper of 6 April, while 1 Question was dropped from the Second Shift paper on 6 April. Two questions, both in the Chemistry section were dropped for the First shift paper (one dropped only for the Hindi version), while 1 question was dropped in the second shift paper of 8 April. 2 questions each were dropped from the first shift paper of 10 April and second shift paper of 11 April, while 1 question each was dropped from the first shift papers of 12 and 13 April respectively.
The top 2,50,000 candidates across all the categories will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced paper, which will be held on June 4. Paper 1 will be held from 9am-12pm while Paper 2 will be held from 2:30pm till 5:30pm. The results of JEE Advanced are expected to be announced on 18 June and counselling will begin from June 19.
75% Eligibilty Criteria
The Bombay High Court, in the meanwhile heard the plea for dropping the 75% eligibility clause fo JEE 2023 on 24 April. The next hearing is scheduled for 2 May due to the absence of the Attorney General and because some data is yet to be collated.