Over 2 lakh students who have taken part in the JEE Advanced examination held on May 22, 2016 at the various examination centres conducted by IIT Guwahati, have been waiting long for the results to get out. The students would finally take sigh of relief as the results have been announced to get declared tomorrow at 10 am in the morning. The result would be available at the official website of JEE Advanced from the morning. The candidates would have to put their personal information in the designated boxes at the website and download their results. Also Read - Goa Public Service Commission Recruitment 2021: Apply Now For 19 Vacancies at gpsc.goa.gov.in.

The answer key for the JEE Advanced has already been released in the official website, to make the students who have taken up the examination, analyze their performance based on the answer they have given. The students after getting the results would be able to understand whether they would be able to make it through to the prestigious IITs, NITs and IIITs through their rankings. It is a vital result for the engineering aspirants as this is the final round of entrance examinations this year for the engineering admissions. The correct answers of all the subjects’ mathematics, physics and chemistry have been uploaded in the website beforehand, from which the students can match up their answers and predict their scores in advance. Also Read - UPSC CAPF Result 2021 Declared at upsc.gov.in | Here's How to Download Score

Along with premiere government engineering colleges like IITs and NITs, the engineering aspirants this year would be able to take admission in nine new engineering colleges including Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy and Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology among others. After the results are out, the candidates must remain ready with a good internet connection to have access to the website and take out the printout of the JEE Advanced results tomorrow. Also Read - UGC Recognises Madhusudan Law University in the List of 'Universities'

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