Abhay Rana aka Nemo

IIT-JEE Results

This page will contain the latest information and developments on the IIT-JEE Results. The entire resultset is available for download and is searchable as well.

I do not like the concept of “search by name”, or such listings. I am more of an archival person, and feel that large datasets such as these should be made freely available. Some of these links (those on SDSLabs JEE site) may include a search-by-name feature.

Most of the source code used to gather these datasets is available on github. It is released under MIT Licence. Feel free to use it for further work. There is also a blog post titled “How I got the complete IITJEE result list” if you’d like to read more about the process and the story behind this work.


  • Results are available at jeedata.github.io
  • I have no idea who published these, but I’m told they are genuine and correct.





  • I have uploaded the list at jee.sdslabs.co. Some statistics and pretty graphs are available here
  • For sake of backups, and archival, I’m also keeping a copy of the list here. However, please forward all issues regarding this to the SDSLabs site, I will be able to better handle it there.
  • I also have lots of complementary data to this dataset (such as that on Application Form Numbers). I am not uploading this data right now (at least till the allotments are over). Someone please remind me to do so after they are done with. I’m sure people would find it interesting.


  • View Results Online
  • Or Download it in csv ods xlsx formats.
  • A list of center-wise selection count is available here
  • This list lacks some information (such as the application form numbers). I have since then lost my database backup, otherwise I would have uploaded it.


  • View Results Online (2.3 MB, might take some time to load)
  • Or Download it in csv and sql formats
  • A list of selection count is available here. This count is based on the first three digits of the registration number, which I’ve since learned is not how it works. As such it is not-completely-correct. (The correct versioning scheme uses the first four digits of the registration number to denote the actual center (within a city)).


I was the first person to do such a listing, and since my first such list was in 2010 (posted on the now defunct piratecoders.co.cc), after my second semester in college, I fear there are very few archives of such things before that date. However, a JEE panel had analysed the results of the year 2009, and they were made available on the IIT JEE website (38MB).

Update: JEE took down that file, and I’ve luckily setup a mirror here. The file is an Access Database and you’d need MS Access to open it, but I have a csv and PDF (both official versions) of the same as well. The dataset seems to have been released as result of a RTI application available here on the jee site, and archived by me as well. I can’t seem to find the pdf with the results analysis. If anyone finds such a thing, please let me know.

Licence Information


The data is from the IIT-JEE website. I have only mirrored it, because the JEE website no longer hosts it.

Since it was released under RTI, I do not hold any rights over the dataset.


IIT JEE Results Listing by Nemo is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at my contact page.


IIT JEE 2012 Listings by SDSLabs is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at facebook.com/SDSLabs.

The CC-by-NC-ND license means the following:

  • You can Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format.
  • You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license.
  • You may not use the material for commercial purposes.
  • If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material.
  • No warranties are given, as to the accuracy or correctness of the dataset.

The last clause is meant to stop people from distributing tampered copies of the dataset. However, if you wish to share a derivative work, such as analysis of the results, please go and and do so.


  • Thanks to Harshil Mathur for encouraging me to work on it while at @SDSLabs.
  • Thanks to Rishav Kumar for lending me his ancient laptop to run the first version of the scraper.
  • Thanks to Ashlesh Sonje for finding the 2009 PDF list.