CBSE JEE Main Exams 2016 Result Analysis and Important Guidelines


The results for the Joint Entrance Exam Paper 1 have been declared on the official website. The offline exam was conducted on 3rd of April 2016 whereas, the computer based exam was held on 9th April and 10th April by the Indian Institute of Technology. This year, over 11 lakh students gave JEE Main exam, which was conducted across 132 Indian and Foreign cities. Detailed analysis is as below:

·        This year a total of 1194938 candidates registered for 1st paper of which 887432 were boys, 307502 were girls and 4 were of transgender.

·        A sum of 1022869 candidates registered for Offline exam, out of which 755348 were boys, 267517 were girls and 4 belonged to transgender.

·        A count of 172069 registered for online exam in which total boys count was 132084, total girls count was 39985.

·        The total candidates appeared for Offline examination is 974230 out of which 724535 were boys, 249692 were girls and 3 were of transgender.

·        The total candidates appeared for online examination is 154406 out of which 119949 were boys, 34457 were girls.

·        The amount of candidates who have qualified for JEE Advanced Offline exam was 178408 in which 142520 were boys and 35888 were girls.

·        The sum of candidates who have qualified for JEE Advanced online exam equals to 19820 which includes 15890 boys and 3930 girls.


JEE Cutoff 2016:

For General Category: 100

For OBC Category: 70

For SC Category: 52

For ST Category: 48


JEE 2016 Important Guidelines:

1)   On the basis of score in JEE (Main) 2016 and normalised score in Class 12 or equivalent qualifying exam, separate rank lists will be prepared for admissions to BE/B. Tech. and B. Arch/B. Planning. This will be declared on or before 30th of June. The rank card indicating All India Rank, State Rank and category rank with total marks and marks in each paper will be available on the official website.

2)   No score card or rank card will be dispatched to the candidates’ address and hence the candidates are advised to download their score/rank cards from the official JEE website.

3)   Only the All India Rank is used for admissions through Central Seat Allocation Board to IIITs, SFIs, CFTIs and NITs.


Order of deciding inter-se merit of candidates:

·        Rank 1: Marks obtained in mathematics, JEE (Main)-2016/ Aptitude Test in Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning.) in JEE (Main)-2016
·        Rank 2: Marks obtained in Physics in the JEE (Main)-2016/ Drawing Test in Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning.) in JEE (Main)-2016
·        Rank 3: Total normalised qualifying exam marks
·        Rank 4: Ratio of positive marks and negative marks

Click here to read our previous post for checking your JEE Results 2016

CBSE JEE Main Examination 2016 Results Declared


CBSE has announced the JEE Main Result for the year 2016. This year the result of JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Main will be released in 2 stages (i.e.) Paper 1 score has been announced on 27th April 2016 followed by All India Ranks for Paper 1 and Paper 2 which will be declared by 30th June 2016. The results for the Joint Entrance Exam-Main Paper 1 have been declared on the official website of CBSE. The paper based exam was conducted on 3rd April whereas, the computer based exam was held on 9th April and 10th April by the Indian Institute of Technology. This year, over 11 lakh students took part in JEE Main exam, which was conducted in 132 Indian and Foreign cities. 

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“Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure.” 
            Never stop just because you feel defeated. The journey to the other side is attainable only after great suffering. Coming to exams, every year we hear hundreds of people losing their precious life upon fearing the outcome of their exam results. Recently Tamil Actor Suriya also quoted it in a public gathering and spoke about the purpose and value of one’s life. While, exam results may put enormous pressure on the youngsters of this generation it is also important to support and motivate them at desperate times. Finally as Maya Angelou rightly said, “While one may encounter many defeats, one must not be defeated”, we shall not be defeated from our heart whatever challenge life poses on us…

Steps to check your JEE Main 2016 Results:
     1.   Click the below link:
     2.   Enter your Roll Number in the first text box.
     3.   Enter your Date of Birth using the Date Picker icon in the second text box.
     4.   Click on Submit Button.
     5.   Your result will be displayed. Take a printout of your result for future reference.
     6.   If you wish to check another result or have entered an incorrect Roll Number or Date of Birth you can use the Clear Button.


Weightage to +2 Marks in CBSE/State Board is NO More for JEE


Most of the young Engineering aspirants will definitely love to clear their Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) to get their desired Engineering Seat in any of the top premier institutes in India like IITs, NITs and more private universities as well. However, when coming to the cutoff marks stuff, clearing the JEE exam isn’t enough as there will be a 40% weightage to the CBSE/State Board +2 exam marks. Though with excellent record with the JEE Exam, some students might miss the chances of getting admission with the top institutes, just because of lack of marks with their respective boards Plus 2 exams for sure.

No More 40% Weightage to Class XII Marks in JEE:
“The Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry on Thursday said there will be no system of giving 40% weightage to class XII board marks in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) from 2017.” The above statement is officially declared by MHRD by Honorable minister SmirtiIrani. Interestingly, this crucial parameter will be come to play by JEE 2017 onwards. She also added that, “For the candidates to qualify in the JEE, they shall have secured at least 75% marks or be in the top 20 percentile in the Class XII examination conducted by respective boards”.
The ministry also stated that, ““The present system of giving 40% weightage for the Class 12 marks in calculating the ranks in the JEE Main shall be dispensed with. All other JEE systems shall remain unchanged”.

No Changes with the JEE 2017 Pattern:
These changes doesn’t affect the pattern of the JEE 2017 examination for sure. Hence, there will definitely be a two parts, i.e. part I JEE Main and Part II JEE Advanced indeed.
Also, the candidates admissions to the IITs and NITs will remains the same as the candidates performance with the JEE Advanced Exam indeed.
Stay with us for further updates!!!

To have a glance at our JEE 2016 paper analysis kindly look at this post:

JEE Main 2016 Paper Analysis


JEE Main 2016 has been successfully conducted on 3rdApril, 2016 at over 2000 centers across India and abroad. About 12 lakh students have appeared for Paper – 1 and Paper – 2 in off-line modes.

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In-depth Analysis of JEE Paper 1 & 2:

·        The Question Paper – I for B.E. / B.Tech courses in 2016 is similar to pattern of 2011 to 2015. Paper has objective type questions multiple choices with one out of four correct with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

·        There were 30 questions each in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with four marks for right answer and for each in-correct response, one-fourth of the total marks allotted to the question would be deducted from the total score.

·        The paper was set from the CBSE syllabus of Class 11 and 12, however as expected many of the questions were conceptual, and some needed analytical skills.

·        About 27 questions were easy, 48 questions were of moderate difficulty and 15 questions were of relatively higher difficulty.

·      In all the three subjects, five to six questions were framed quite differently. Few of them were also ambiguous.

·    In Physics, there were two questions which had more than one correct answer, leaving students in confusion.

·      Mathematics paper was good but lengthy, and chemistry paper was pretty much memory-based.

·   Paper is balanced and is set from CBSE syllabus of Class XI and XII, however as expected many of the questions is conceptual with some needing analytical skills. About 27 questions are easy, 48 questions are of moderate difficulty and 15 questions are of relatively higher difficulty.

·      Few questions in Physics were tricky and challenging but compared to last year this section was a lot tougher. Further Q. 84 (Set F) has two answers. One or two questions in Chemistry were of tricky prima-facie type. Q 17 (Set F) appears to have no matching answer in choices given. Mathematics compared to last year is shade tough with few questions being quite lengthy compared to normal.

·      In all the three subjects, five to six questions were framed quite differently. Few of them were also ambiguous. In Physics, there were two questions which had more than one correct answer, leaving students in a dilemma whether to leave it or attempt it. In addition, two questions were confusing and anyone who tried attempting them might have wasted a fair bit of their valuable time.

·   Mathematics paper was good but lengthy.  Chemistry paper was pretty memory-based with its only one question a little difficult.

While on one hand, the exam was comparatively tougher this year, on the other hand JEE Main 2016 Cutoff may remain on lower end. This year, a total of 12,07,257 students had registered for this national level entrance exam. The engineering institutes which conduct admission on basis of JEE Main 2016 Rank include NITs, IITs, GTTIs and other premier colleges.

Candidates, who appeared for the exam, said that the overall exam was tough. The questions were of moderate difficulty level with Physics section being the toughest. Questions from Chemistry section were the easiest.  

To view JEE Main 2016 Examination Set F answer keys do check our previous post at:

JEE Main examination 03-04-2016 Set-F Answer Keys

JEE Main exam was conducted on 3rd April 2016. Students who are going to attend online Computer based test on 9th and 10th April 2016 must search and study previous year's Physics-Chemistry-Maths Booklet series to get themselves well prepared to face the examination confidently. Additionally going through recently completed exam's answer keys will also be of great help and so we, examsavvy.com team would like to present you with Set-F answer key of examination conducted on 3rd of this month...

Set F- Answer Keys:

Question No.      Answer Option

1                              3
2                              4
3                              1
4                              3
5                              2
6                              3
7                              1
8                              1
9                              2
10                           3
11                           4
12                           1
13                           1
14                           1
15                           2
16                           2
17                           1
18                           4
19                           1
20                           4
21                           2
22                          2
23                          3
24                          2
25                          3
26                          3
27                          3
28                          2
29                         1
30                         1
31                         2
32                         1
33                         4
34                         3
35                         2
36                        2
37                        3
38                        2
39                        1
40                        1
41                        3
42                        2
43                        1
44                        3
45                        2
46                        1
47                        3
48                        3
49                        1
50                        1
51                        3
52                        1
53                        2
54                       4
55                       3
56                       3
57                       1
58                       1
59                       1
60                       3
61                       2
62                       3
63                       2
64                       1,3
65                        4
66                        2
67                        2
68                        4
69                        3
70                        4
71                        3
72                        3
73                        2
74                        2
75                        4
76                        3
77                        4
78                        4
79                        4
80                        2,4
81                        4
82                        4
83                        3
84                        1,3
85                        1
86                        1
87                        3,4
88                        2
89                        1,3
90                        3

To view Set E paper answer keys for examination conducted on 3rd April 2016  visit our previous post at:
http://www.jee.examsavvy.com/2016/04/jee-main-exam-03042016-answer-keys.html



JEE Main exam 03.04.2016 Set-E Answer keys


JEE Main exam was conducted on 3rd April 2016. Students who are going to attend online Computer based test on 9th and 10th April 2016 must search and study previous year's Physics-Chemistry-Maths Booklet series to get themselves well prepared to face the examination confidently. Additionally going through recently completed exam's answer keys will also be of great help and so we, examsavvy.com team would like to present you with Set-E answer key of examination conducted on 3rd of this month...

Set E- Answer Keys:

Question No.      Answer Option

1                          1
2                          2,4
3                          3
4                          4
5                          4
6                          4
7                          1
8                          2
9                          1
10                        4
11                        3
12                        1
13                        3
14                        3
15                        4
16                        4
17                        4
18                        1
19                        3
20                        3
21                        1
22                        2
23                        3
24                        1
25                        2
26                        4
27                        1
28                        2
29                        1
30                        1,3
31                        2
32                        3
33                        4
34                        1
35                        4
36                        3
37                        3
38                        4
39                        2
40                        3
41                        4
42                        3
43                        3
44                        4
45                        1
46                        1
47                        2
48                        2
49                        2
50                        3
51                        4
52                        2
53                        2
54                        3
55                        2
56                        4
57                        4
58                        3
59                        2
60                        2
61                        3
62                        4
64                        2
65                        4
66                        4
68                        2
69                        2
70                        3
71                        2
72                        2
73                        3
74                        2
75                        2
76                        2
77                        4
78                        3
79                        4
80                        2
81                        1
82                        3
83                        2
84                        4
85                        4
86                        2
87                        4
88                        3
89                        4
90                        3


To know about IIT's plans of conducting entrance exams abroad kindly check out this post:

http://www.jee.examsavvy.com/2016/03/iit-will-conduct-entrance-exams-in.html


IIT will Conduct Entrance Exams in Abroad Sooner



Joining in any of the Indian Institutions of Technology (IIT) is certainly dream of plenty of young engineering aspirants in India and even abroad as well. The major reason behind that is, you can have a plenty of opportunities with any of these prestigious institutions like hefty package jobs, research programs and various other life changing aspects. However, joining in these top technical institutes in India isn't that easy for sure. IIT-JEE is the only way to join for the undergraduate courses and GATE is the gateway for the Post-Graduate courses and some other entrance examinations for the rest few courses.


IIT to Conduct Entrance Exams in Abroad:

Though, there are certain percentage of seats made available for the foreign students for various courses in the IIT campus, they should come to India to write the entrance examinations accordingly. Just in order to make sure the attending the entrance examinations for the IIT’s easier, IIT panel is planning to conduct the entrance examinations even in abroad sooner.


IIT to Increase Courses Fees:

A proposal for a three-fold hike in annual fees of IITs from the present Rs 90,000 was on Thursday approved by an IIT panel though a final decision would require the nod of HRD Minister Smriti Irani. Another key recommendation the Standing Committee of IIT Council (SCIC) made was that the proposed new entrance examination designed to test the aptitude conducted by a National Authority of Test (NAT) would be held from 2017 onwards. However, the Final decision in this regard too rests with Irani. According to the some report to daily, the IIT spokesperson said that, “"However, the sub-committee has been again asked to consider if this fee hike should also be applied to students studying at Postgraduate level as they are studying on a fellowship basis".


IIT Entrance Exams in 8 Countries:


Another committed with the IIT proposed about conducting the IIT Entrance examination across abroad. Yes, Another nod that the committee is learnt to have given is regarding a proposal to hold IIT admission tests in eight countries abroad to attract the best of foreign students.


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Indian School of Mines M.Sc, M.Tech, Ph.D Admissions 2016 through IIT-JEE examination



The Indian School of Mines (ISM) Dhanbad is one among the top educational institutions in India, where it is highly concentrated on minerals and other earth materials related courses and especially about the minerals rich India indeed. This institution was established by British Indian Government under the guidelines of Royal School of Mines – London on December 9th, 1962. This has been grown to provide lots of technical education in India in 18 various departments, including Engineering, Humanities, Management, and Applied Science. Most of the undergraduate studies are filled by the Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) (IIT-JEE).


Today, Indian School of Mines announced their Admission for the M.Sc/M.Tech (2 Yr/3 Yr) Ph.D programmes in the Indian School of Mines campus Dhanbad. The interested candidates can apply with visiting the official website:



There will be an All Indian Entrance Examination for all the above mentioned programmes and the important dates are mentioned below. The brochure for the same is available with the official website.



Important Dates of IMS Admission 2016:


2 Years MSc/3 year MSc Tech Programme admission online application starts from : 
29th February 2016

M.Tech (2 Years and 3 Years) Ph.D Programs online application starts from: 
March 10th 2016.

The last date for 2 Years MSc/3 year MSc Tech Programme ends by: 
11th April 2016.

The last date for the M.Tech (2 Years) and Ph.D Programs are ends by: 
12th April 2016

The 3 years M Tech programmes admission online application ends by: 
23rd June 2016.


Visit the above mentioned Indian School of Mines official website to know more and apply accordingly.



To know about study materials for JEE examination please visit our previous post at:




General Aptitude for B.Arch / B.Planning

Awareness of persons, places, Buildings, Materials. Objects, Texture related to

Architecture and build environment. Visualizing three dimensional objects from two

dimensional drawings.

 Visualizing different sides of three dimensional objects. Analytical Reasoning Mental

Ability (Visual, Numerical and Verbal)

Three dimensional Perception:

 Understanding and appreciation of scale and proportion of objects, building forms and

 Design and drawing of geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns in pencil.

 Creating two dimensional and three dimensional compositions using given shapes and

elements, colour texture, harmony and contrast.

Transformation of forms both 2 D and 3 D union, subtraction, rotation, development

of surfaces and volumes, Generation of Plan, elevations and 3 D views of objects.

forms. Sketching of scenes and activities from memory of urbanscape (public space,

market, festivals, street scenes, monuments, recreational spaces etc.), landscape (river

fronts, jungles. gardens, trees, plants etc.) and rural life.

Date of Examination for JEE (Main) 2015:-

Paper-1 (B.E./B. Tech.) [Offline examination]: 04.04.2015.

Paper-1 (B.E./B. Tech.) [Online examination]: 10,11 April, 2015.

Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning) [Offline examination]: 04.04.2015.

JEE Main/Advance Syllabus 2015 Physics/ Chemistry/ Mathematics:

PHYSICS CHAPTERS :

 Physics and Measurement

 Kinematics

 Laws of Motion

 Work, Energy and Power

 Rotational Motion

 Gravitation

 Properties of Solids and Liquids

 Thermodynamics

 Kinetic Theory of Gases

 Oscillations and Waves

 Electrostatics

 Current Electricity

 Magnetic effects of Current and Magnetism

 Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents

 Electromagnetic Waves

 Optics

 Atoms and Nuclei

 Electronic Devices

 Communication Systems

CHEMISTRY CHAPTERS:

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

 General Topics

 Gaseous and Liquid States

 Energetics

 Chemical Equilibrium

 Electrochemistry

 Chemical Kinetics

 Solid State

 Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding

 Solutions

 Surface Chemistry

 Nuclear Chemistry

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

 Isolation/Preparation and Properties of Non-metals

 Preparation and Properties of Compounds

 Transition Elements (3D Series)

 Preparation and Properties Compounds

 Ores and Minerals

 Extractive Metallurgy

 Principles of Qualitative Analysis

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

 Basic Concepts

 Preparation, Properties and Reactions of Alkanes

 Preparation, Properties and Reactions of Alkenes and Alkynes

 Reactions of Benzene

 Phenols

 Characteristic Reactions

 Alkyl halides

 Alcohols

 Ethers

 Aldehydes and Ketones

 Carboxylic acids

 Halo arenas

 Carbohydrate

 Amino acids and peptides

 Properties and uses of some important polymers

 Practical organic chemistry

MATHEMATICS CHAPTER:

 Sets, Relations And Functions

 Complex Numbers And Quadratic Equations:

 Matrices And Determinants:

 Permutations And Combinations:

 Mathematical Induction:

 Binomial Theorem And Its Simple Applications:

 Sequences And Series:

 Limit, Continuity And Differentiability

 Integral Calculus

 Differential Equations

 Co-Ordinate Geometry

 Three Dimensional Geometry

 Vector Algebra

 Statistics And Probability

 Measures Of Dispersion

 Probability

 Trigonometry

 Mathematical Reasoning

Book Reference for JEE Main/Advance:

Date of Examination for JEE (Main) 2015:-

Paper-1 (B.E./B. Tech.) [Offline examination]: 04.04.2015.

Paper-1 (B.E./B. Tech.) [Online examination]: 10,11 April, 2015.

Paper-2 (B.Arch./B.Planning) [Offline examination]: 04.04.2015.

Book Reference for JEE Main/Advance:

The Pearson Complete Guide For JEE 2012 (Joint Entrance Examination) :  Dinesh Khattar,

Ravi Raj Dudeja, K. K. Arora

Publisher: Pearson (2012)

Target JEE (10 Past Papers, 2002-11 + 10 Mock Papers) : Disha Experts

 Publisher: Disha Publication (2011)

  JEE Solved Paper With Explanations 2012 (including Practice CD) : GKP

   Publisher: G. K. Publications Pvt. Ltd (2011)

For JEE Physics

  H.C. Verma Concepts of Physics Vol I and II Recommended both as text books.

  I.E. Irodov Problems in General Physics Recommended for selected problems.

  Halliday, Resnick& Walker Fundamentals of Physics Reference Book.

For JEE Chemistry

 P. Bahadur Physical Chemistry Recommended for Physical Chemistry.

 Arihant Prakashan Organic Chemistry Recommended for Organic Chemistry.

 O.P. Agarwal IIT Chemistry Recommended for Inorganic Chemistry and reference book.

For JEE Mathematics

  R. S. Agarwal Maths XI & XII Basic Text Books

  S.L. Loni Plane Trigonometry Part I Recommended

 S.L. Loni Co-ordinate Geometry Recommended

  Hall & Knight Higher Algebra Recommended

  I.A. Maron Problems in Calculus of One Variable Recommended


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