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IIT JEE (Advanced) Exam 2018 Extended Merit List issued

Newdelhi:14/6/18;As decided by the JAB in its meeting held on 14th June, 2018, an Extended Merit List has been issued for IIT JEE (Advanced) Exam-2018. The number of candidates who became eligible after issue of Extended Merit List are given in the table below:




Merit list announced on 10th June Extended merit list Final total
General 8794 8954 17748
OBC 3140 3824 6964
SC 4709 771 5480
ST 1495 293 1788
Total 18138 13842 31980


  • The extended merit list has been released and students can visit on the link https://www.jeeadv.ac.in/ to see their results.
  • Choice filling on Joint seat allocation authority, JoSAA would be started on 15th June as scheduled earlier.
  • Students in the extended merit list can start filling up their options along with others.


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