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JEE Main 2022 Results: Toppers and Trends

 

JEE Main 2022 result for Session 1 (conducted from 24 to 30 June 2022) - Paper 1 (for BE or B.Tech) - was declared online on July 11, 2022. More than 8.7 lakh engineering aspirants registered for the paper, and around 7.7 lakh candidates wrote the exam. The exam was conducted in 588 examination centers in 407 cities, including 17 cities outside India.

 

Students could check results on three websites:

  • jeemain.nta.nic.in
  • nta.ac.in
  • ntaresults.nic.in

 

They had to click the direct link for the JEE Main 2022 result, key in their login details, download the scorecard, and print it for future use.

 

Those who scored 267 (out of a total of 300 marks) got around the 99.952 percentile. Those who scored 270 got around the 99.990 percentile. Those who scored around 290 got around the 99.996 percentile, and those who scored 290 got around 99.998 to 99.9989 percentiles.

 

As many as 14 candidates scored 300/300 in the exam and became the toppers of the NTA JEE Main 2022 Session 1 exam These were as follows:

 

S. No.

Name of the Candidate

State to which they belong

1

Koyyan Suhas

Andhra Pradesh

2

Penikalapati Ravi Kishore

3

Polisetty Karthikeya

4

Sneha Pareek

Assam

5

Sarthak Maheshwari

Haryana

6

Kushagra Srivastava

Jharkhand

7

Boya Haren Sathvik

Karnataka

8

Mrinal Garg 

Punjab

9

Navya

Rajasthan

10

Jasti Yashwant VVS 

Telangana 

11

Aniket Chattopadhyay 

12

Dheeraj Kurukunda 

13

Rupesh Biyana 

14

Saumitra Garg 

Uttar Pradesh

Four of these toppers with perfect marks were from Telangana, and three were from Andhra Pradesh.

 

State-wise Toppers for NTA JEE Main Advanced 2022 Session 1 Exam

 

S.No.

State/UT

Name of the Candidate

NTA Score or Percentile

1

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Polisetty Karthikeya 

100

2

Andhra Pradesh

Penikalapati Ravi Kishore 

100

3

Koyyana Suhas 

100

4

Debargha Nath 

98.3940093

5

Arunachal Pradesh

Sneha Pareek 

100

6

Assam 

Aditya Ajey 

99.9984259

7

Bihar 

Saarth Singla 

99.9984363

8

Chandigarh 

Abhinav Rajesh Shripad 

99.9921973

9

Chhattisgarh 

Dishant Kumar 

99.1850394

10

Dadra & Nagar Haveli 

Vishnu Lal Maurya 

99.9121321

11

Daman & Diu 

Ashmit Nangia 

99.9984506

12

Delhi (NCT) 

Hemanshu Garg

99.9984506

13

Anvesh Sandeep Bandekar 

99.9469413

14

Goa 

Mahit Gadhiwala 

99.9984528

15

Gujarat 

Sarthak Maheshwari 

100

16

Haryana 

Chetan Kukreja 

99.8441657

17

Himachal Pradesh 

Divyansh Verma 

99.9207545

18

Jammu & Kashmir 

Kushagra Srivastava 

100

19

Jharkhand 

Boya Haren Sathvik 

100

20

Karnataka 

Thomas Biju Cheeramvelil 

99.9937942

21

Kerala 

Irfan Hussain 

98.163031

22

Ladakh 

Mohammed Suhail M K

80.7387986

23

Lakshadweep 

Samyak Jain 

99.9952928

24

Madhya Pradesh 

Adwai Krishna 

99.9984486

25

Maharashtra 

Usham Adhitya Luwang 

96.9073943

26

Manipur 

Siddhant Purkayastha 

96.5970792

27

Meghalaya 

Simon Lalremsiama Shangpliang 

98.2081215

28

Mizoram 

Khadka Bahadur Baniya 

97.7086009

29

Nagaland 

Deevyanshu Malu 

99.9891545

30

Odisha 

S. P. Siddharth 

98.934044

31

Puducherry 

Mrinal Garg 

100

32

Punjab 

Navya 

100

33

Rajasthan 

Chandan Kumar Mahato 

94.9016854

34

Sikkim 

Deeksha Dhiwakar 

99.9984259

35

Tamil Nadu 

Dheeraj Kurukunda 

100

36

Telangana 

 

Aniket Chattopadhyay 

100

37

Jasti Yashwanth V V S 

100

38

Rupesh Biyani 

100

39

Rishik Saha 

99.924444

40

Tripura 

Saumitra Garg 

100

41

Uttar Pradesh 

Gautam Arora 

99.9162219

42

Uttarakhand 

Ashutosh Agarwal 

99.9937578

43

West Bengal

Polisetty Karthikeya 

100

 

Category-wise merit lists are also declared.

 

How to calculate the NTA score or percentile score of a candidate?

 

NTA score is not the exact percentage of marks candidates obtain in the JEE Main exam. The exact marks are called raw scores. To calculate the NTA score or percentile of a candidate:

 

NTA Score or Percentile = 

100 X No. of candidates who scored equal to or less than specified marks

Total no. of candidates appeared in the JEE Main Session 1 exam

 

Once the results of both the sessions of JEE Main 2022 exam are released, the AIR (All India Ranks) of candidates will be declared based on the NTA scores of candidates of both sessions. Session 2 of the JEE Main 2022 exam was conducted from 25 to 30 July 2022 and JEE Main 2022 Session 2 exam result will be declared on August 6, 2022.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

  1. What are the opening and closing ranks for IITs?
    Admission to B.Tech programs in IITs is done on the basis of All India Ranks (AIR) of candidates in JEE Advanced exam. They will be declared after the JEE Advanced 2022 exam is conducted and its results are declared. The opening and closing ranks for admission to various B.Tech courses offered by IITs change every year.
     
  2. What are the minimum marks required for admission to NITs, CFTIs, and other engineering colleges?
    Earlier, candidates had to obtain at least 75% marks in the Class 12 exam (or be in the top 20 percentile in the Class 12 exam) to be eligible for the JEE Main exam. NTA has removed this criterion now. The minimum marks required for admission to NITs, CFTIs, and other engineering colleges are based on the final NTA merit list.
     
  3. What are the changes introduced in JEE Main 2022?
    The key changes of JEE Main 2022 exam include the introduction of negative marking for Section B questions too. Section B contains numerical value questions. Earlier, only Section A, which contained multiple-choice questions (MCQs) had negative markings.
    There's a penalty of 1 mark for each incorrect answer (1 mark gets subtracted from the total score of the student).
    In 2022, students were only allowed to choose the exam center cities from their state of present address or permanent address while filling up the form. Students were also not allowed to correct the JEE Main 2022 application form once they submitted it.
     
  4. What is the syllabus of JEE Main?The syllabus of JEE Main is prescribed by NTA and is based on Class 11 and 12 Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics topics. Candidates can check the detailed JEE Main syllabus here.
     
  5. How can I become a JEE Main topper?
    There is no shortcut or magic formula to become a JEE Main topper. Candidates must focus on their Class 11 and 12 studies and be aware of the topics included in the JEE Main syllabus. They must also solve as many JEE Main mock tests and previous year papers as possible to get familiar with the exam pattern, types of questions asked, and the level of difficulty.
    AskIITians offers rigorous 1-year and 2-year programs for students appearing for the JEE Main exam. These programs are designed by ex-IITians and experienced faculty who have helped thousands of students prepare for the engineering entrance exam.

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