JEE Main Result 2018:  The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday declared the JEE Main 2018 Paper 1 results. Suraj Krishna from Vijayawada has secured All India Rank 1 position. Hemant ChodiPilli from Andhra Pradesh has secured All India (AIR) 2nd rank and Parth Laturia is at 3rd rank. The results were declared on the official websites and Suraj Krishna, who topped JEE Mains 2018, is a general category student. Around 2,31,024 students have qualified for JEE Advanced 2018.Also Read - International Flights: Air India Express Announces Flight Services to Malaysia For July 2021 | Complete Schedule Here

The JEE Main result 2018 for Paper II will be announced on Thursday, May 31. Students may alternatively check the JEE Main Result 2018 at CBSE will also release the JEE Main 2018 result on its official websites such as and Please follow the steps given below in order to check your IIT JEE Mains Result 2018. Also Read - Andhra Pradesh Local Body Polls 2021: Ruling YSRCP Registers Landslide Victory in AP Municipal Elections

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Bhogi Suraj Krishna from Andhra Pradesh secured AIR Rank 1

KVR Hemant Kumar Chodipilli from Andhra Pradesh secured AIR Rank 2

Parth Laturia from Rajasthan secured AIR Rank 3

Pranav Goyal from Haryana secured AIR Rank 4

Gattu Mytraya from Telangana secured AIR Rank 5

Pawan Goyal from Rajasthan secured AIR Rank 6

Bhaskar Arun Gupta from Rajasthan secured AIR Rank 7

Bakarapu Bharath from Andhra Pradesh secured AIR Rank 8

Simranpreet Singh Saluja from Delhi secured AIR Rank 9

Gosula Vinayaka Srivardhan from Telangana secured AIR Rank 10

In 2017, the Ministry of Human Resource Development had notified that a) There’ll be no weightage of the 12th class marks in calculating the ranks in the JEE (Main) examination, and (b) candidates need to secure 75% marks in the 12th class examination to be eligible for admissions to the IITs/NITs/IIITs. The CBSE  has also issued a disclaimer on its official website stating that neither NIC nor CBSE is responsible for any inadvertent error that may have crept in the results being published on NET. It added that the results published on net were for immediate information to the examinees.