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JEE Main Result 2022 Session 2 - Release Date (Out), How to Check at jeemain.nta.nic.in

Updated By Mahima Bahl on 09 Aug, 2022 12:40

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JEE Main Result 2022

The National Testing Agency has DECLARED the JEE Main 2022 result for phase 2 on the official website of JEE Main - jeemain.nta.nic.in by August 8, 2022. There are total of 2 links on the official page from which the result can be checked. Candidates can check their JEE Main result 2022 using the application number, date of birth, and password. The JEE Main exam Phase 1 was conducted from June 23 to 29, 2022; Whereas Phase 2 of JEE Main was conducted from July 25, 2022 and to July 30, 2022. The highest percentile score among the two phases shall be taken into consideration for preparing the all-India rank list.

Direct link to check JEE Main session 2 result paper 1 is now ACTIVE

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The JEE Main 2022 final answer key had been released on July 6, 2022. The JEE Main 2022 exam is an engineering entrance exam conducted on a national level for the aspirants who want to take admission in reputed engineering institutions of India. As per the new reforms and guidelines, the examination takes place four times a year.

The result of JEE Main 2022 Exam comprises of the actual marks obtained by the test-takers in the examination along with the status of candidates who qualify for appearing in JEE Advanced, in consideration of the conditions of eligibility criteria issued for JEE Advanced 2022 exam. The top 2,50,000 qualifiers listed in NTA JEE Main result 2022 will be considered eligible for JEE Advanced exam.

Also check: JEE Main 2022 result link session 1

Candidates have an option to refer to the JEE Main 2022 Rank Predictor once the examination is over and can calculate the marks they might score in the JEE Main 2022 examination.

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JEE Main 2022 Latest News & Updates

JEE Main 2022 Result Dates

The NTA has rescheduled the JEE Main Exam Dates. As JEE Main 2022 has been conducted in two phases June and July, the results date for all the phases can be checked below -

PhaseExam DateResults Date and Time
 JEE Main 2022 (Phase 1)June 23 - 29, 2022July 11, 2022(Declared)
JEE Main 2022 (Phase 2)July 25 - July 30, 2022August 8, 2022 (OUT)

JEE Main result 2022 link session 2

JEE Main Result Date and Time - Previous Year's / Sessions' details

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JEE Main Result Date

JEE Main Result Time

JEE Main result 2021 session 4

September 15, 2021

1.35 pm

JEE Main result session3

August 6, 2021

8:10 PM

JEE Main 2021 result March

March 24, 2021

10:00 PM

JEE Main Paper 2 result February 2021

March 18, 2021

5:00 pm

JEE Main 2021 February result paper 1

March 8, 2021

8:46 pm

JEE Main result September 2020

September 11

10.40 pm

JEE Main result January 2020

January 17

12 noon

JEE Main result April 2019

April 29

6.19 PM

JEE Main January 2019 Result

January 19

11.30 AM

JEE Main result date- paper 1 2018

April 30

6.00 PM

JEE Mains result date- paper 2 2018

April 30

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JEE Main Result 2022 Highlights

The result of JEE Main 2022 is released separately for both the sessions June and July. NTA released the results in online mode on the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in. Candidates can get admission into various programs available in the JEE Main 2022 Participating colleges based on the results and rank of JEE Main 2022 exam.

Check: 3 Students from Andhra Pradesh Score 100 Percentile in JEE Main 2022 Session 1

ParticularsDetails
JEE Main Exam 2022

Phase 1 - June 23 to June 29, 2022

Phase 2 - July 25 to July 30, 2022

JEE Main Result Date 2022

Phase 1 : July 11, 2022

Phase 2: August 8, 2022

JEE Main Results 2022 Declaration ModePublished online
Official websitejeemain.nta.nic.in
JEE Main Exam 2022 Conducting BodyNational Testing Agency

How to Check JEE Main 2022 Result?

Candidates who will appear in the JEE Main exam will be able to check the results in online mode using simple steps. Here are the steps through which the candidates can check their result of JEE Main 2022 from the official NTA website - 

Step 1: Visit the NTA JEE Main 2022 official website or click on the link given above


Step 2: Click on the ‘JEE Main 2022 result’ link available under the ‘Current Events’ section


Step 3: Once done, you will be redirected to a new page. Now enter your valid JEE Main 2022 exam credentials such as Roll number and Registration number


Step 4: Once entered the details, Click on the ‘Submit’ button and the result of JEE Main 2022 will be displayed on the screen


Step 5: For future reference, the candidates must either download or take a printout of the result sheet


JEE Main Result Portal 2022

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JEE Main 2022 Result - Details Available

The result of JEE Main 2022 is a crucial document that candidates will be required to carry at the time of the selection process.Following details will be available on the scorecard.

  • Roll number
  • Registration number
  • Score obtained in JEE Main in each paper
  • Total Marks
  • All India Rank and National Rank
  • Category Rank of Candidates

JEE Main 2022 Result Example

JEE Main 2022 scorecard

Important Facts of JEE Main 2022 Result

  • The top 2,50,000 rank holders in the JEE Main examination will be selected for JEE Advanced exam. 

  • The Class 12 Marks will not be considered for the Calculation of JEE Main Normalised Score.

  • JEE Main cut-off will be prepared based on the normalised score.

  • The JEE Main score will be used to prepare the All India Rank List and State Merit lists, which will be further used to offer candidates seats in IIITs, NITs and Other central Funded Technical Institutes and State government institutions.

JEE Main Result 2022 - Normalization Process

The process of normalisation is used by various authorities to deal with the difficulties as JEE Main 2022 examination will be conducted in multiple sessions. The scores of JEE Main 2022 which are normalised will indicate the percentile of candidates who have scored equal to or below the highest scores in that particular session. The formula which is used to calculate scores of NTA is given below:

The normalised score of JEE Main 2022 exam will be released by NTA is not similar to the percentage of marks obtained in the examination.

Formula - (100 x number of candidates appeared in the session with raw score equal to or less than the candidate) / total number of candidates appeared in that session

Candidates may note that the normalized NTA score is not the same as that of the percentage of marks obtained in the examination.

Percentile Calculation - JEE Main 2022 Result

The NTA will calculate on a percentile basis the results of JEE Main 2022. As the examination is held during multiple sessions, some students might get easier tests while others might have to answer more difficult questions. To level the playing field, the NTA will determine student scores based on a pre-determined algorithm for this exam in order to maintain fairness and an equitable system for admission into colleges of their choosing. This process is called normalisation.

Formula to calculate JEE Main 2022 Scores

Normalisation percentile calculation

What is NTA JEE Main Percentile Score?

The percentile score depends on the number of applicants showing up to attempt JEE Mains. The score will be acquired in the wake of changing the scores into a scale going from 100 to 0 for every meeting of examinees.

As provided by their official website, "The Percentile Score indicates the number of candidates in a particular examination that scored an equal or lower raw marks (same or lower actual scores) to a specific percentile. Therefore the highest scorer from any session receives a maximum score of 100 which is extremely desirable. Scores lower than the top score are likewise converted to best possible percentiles for scoring purposes."

Difference between Percentage and Percentile in JEE Main 2022

PercentagePercentile
A percentage is the number out of 100The percentile score of a particular candidate in an exam is how many of their classmates fell below that score. The percentile score is used to indicate how well you have performed in comparison with others.

JEE Main 2022 Inter–Se Merit List and Tie-breaking rule

NTA has released the JEE Main 2022 exam result and the formula for determining the marks of the candidates scored in the examination in case of a tie. They will also have to look after the candidates scoring the same marks in JEE Main 2022. This is identified when the rank list of the passed candidates is prepared. The list for Paper 1 (B.Tech and B.E) and Paper 2 (B.Arch and B.Planning) will be prepared separately and then if the score of two or more candidates is the same, an inter-se merit list will be determined based on parameters defined by the exam conducting authority. Candidates must also know that these parameters will be different for both Paper 1 and Paper 2 of JEE Main 2022. Let’s check out the inter-se merit list factors planned out for the candidates with the same score in JEE Main  exam 2022.

Paper 1 (B.Tech and B.E)

  • The first parameter will be the marks scored in the Mathematics section of the paper. Candidates with a higher score in Mathematics will be ranked up on the list.

  • If there is a tie again, then, the marks of the Physics section will be considered as a tiebreaker. The higher the marks in Physics, the higher will be the rank of the candidate.

  • In case if the candidates manage to match up all the marks, then the board will then consider the number of positive and negative marks obtained by the candidates. The one with the higher positive marks or absolute value will rank up than the other with less number of positive marks.

  • If this parameter also fails, then both the candidates will be awarded the same rank in the inter-se merit list.

Paper 2 (B.Arch and B.Planning)

  • The first consideration will be the marks scored by the comparing candidates in the Aptitude Section of Paper 2. Test takers scoring higher marks in the Aptitude section will be marked up in the inter-se merit list.

  • If this determinant fails to clarify the tie, then the marks of the Drawing section will be considered and the one scoring more in this section will be ranked up in the list.

  • The ratio of the positive and negative marks will be the third consideration in case the top two factors fall to be the same. The one with a higher absolute value will be ranked up in the inter-se merit list.

  • If all of the above parameters are the same, then both the candidates will be given equal rank on the list.

Difference between JEE Main Percentage and Percentile Score

When it comes to the JEE Main percentage and percentile, many candidates get confused and take them in common, while they are different in nature. The JEE Main percentage is the result of absolute marking while the percentile is calculated through relative marking.

Percentage(100 x Marks obtained by candidate) / Total marks
Percentile(100 x Number of candidates in the session with aggregate marks less than that obtained by the candidate) / Total number of candidates appeared in that session.

JEE Main 2022 Result Seat Matrix

JEE Main exam 2022 will be held for a total of 33679 seats of engineering with a total of 86 institutes which includes 26 IIITs, 29 GFTIs, and 31 NITs. Number of seats for different institutes are as follows:

Institute name

Total no. of seats

Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)

13,583

National Institutes of technoloy (NITs)

22,655

Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs)

5404

Government-funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs)

5620

JEE Main 2022 Result - Cutoff

Along with the announcement of the JEE Main Session 1 Result 2022, the National Testing Agency will also announce the JEE Main cutoff which is the minimum score that a candidate should have in order to qualify the entrance examination. Candidates can check the JEE Main 2022 Cutoff for previous years to understand the trend seat allotment at the highest and lowest ranks under various JEE Main Rank Lists.

Category

JEE Main Cut off 2022 (Expected)

JEE Main Cut off 2021

JEE Main Cut off 2020

Common Rank List (CRL)

90-95

87.8992241

90.3765335

EWS

65-75

66.2214845

70.2435518

OBC-NCL

65-75

68.023447

72.8887969

SC

50-55

46.8825338

50.1760245

ST

35-40

34.6728999

39.0696101

PwD

0-2

0.0096

0.0618524

JEE Main 2022 Reservation Criteria

There is a certain reservation as recommended by the government that institutes have to follow selecting candidates based on the result of JEE Main 2022. However, for institutes run by the central government, the table below contains the percentage of seats to be reserved in the institutes that are specifically run by the central government.

Categories

Percentage of Reservation

General - Economically Weaker Sections (GEN-EWS)

10%

Scheduled Castes (SC)

15%

Scheduled Tribes (ST)

7.5%

Non Creamy Layer of Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL)

27%

Persons with Disabilities (PwD)

5% in each category

JEE Main 2022 Rank/Merit List

The All India Rank list is prepared by taking the best score of an applicant, out of all the sessions he/she has appeared. Candidates can understand how ranks are calculated by checking out the following process

  • Step 1: Preparation of results of each session (June and July) Once both the sessions of JEE Main 2022 has been conducted, the NTA will consider the scores of all the sessions (Paper 1, Paper 2A and Paper 2B). The best of all the JEE Mains score will be considered.
  • Step 2: Compilation of all overall percentile and preparation of merit/rank list The best of all four percentile score will be considered as the final NTA score. This will then be used for compilation of results and preparation of over JEE Main 2022 rank list

Also check:JEE Main 2022 Telangana Toppers (Session 1): 4 Students Score 100 Percentile

JEE Main 2022 Toppers

JEE Main 2022 Toppers list is being updated here as and when released by the NTA. The Toppers list for both sessions and all papers will be released separately. NTA declares the topper's name along with their score after the result announcement.

JEE Main 2022 Toppers - June Session 

Topper's namePercentileState
Sneha Pareek100Assam
Kushagra100Jharkhand
Jasti Yaswanth VVS100Telangana
Sarthak Maheswari100Haryana
Aniket Chattopadhyay100Telangana
Dheeraj Kurukunda100Telangana
Koyyana Suhas100Andhra Pradesh
Mrinal Garg100Punjab
Navya100Rajasthan
Penikalapati Ravi Kishore100Andhra Pradesh
Polisetty Karthikeya100Andhra Pradesh
Boya Haren Sathvik100Karnataka
Saumitra Garg100Uttar Pradesh
Rupesh Biyani100Telangana

JEE Main 2022 State Wise Toppers

The state-wise toppers of JEE Main 2022 have been listed in the table below.

Name of the candidate

Score

State

Mayank Gullia

99.33

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Polishetty Karthikeya 

100

Andhra Pradesh

Penekalapati Ravi Kishore

100

Andhra Pradesh

Koyyana Suhas

100

Andhra Pradesh

Debargha Nath

98.39

Arunachal Pradesh

Neha Pareek

100

Assam

Aditya Ajey

99.99

Bihar

Saarth Singla

99.99

Chandigarh

Abhinav Rajesh Shripad

99.99

Chhattisgarh 

Dishanty Kumar

99.18

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

Vishnu Lal Maurya 

99.91

Daman and Diu

Ashmit Nangia

99.99

New Delhi

Hemanshu Garg

99.99

New Delhi

Anvesh Sandeep Bandekar

99.94

Goa

Mahit Gadhiwala

99.99

Gujarat

Sarthak Maheshwari

100

Haryana

Chetan Kukreja

99.84

Himachal Pradesh

Divyansh Verma

99.92

Jammu and Kashmir

Kushagra Shrivastava

100

Jharkhand 

Boya Haren Satvik

100

Karnataka

Thomas Biju Cheeramvelil

99.99

Kerala

Irfan Husain

98.16

Ladakh

Mohammed Suhail M K

80.73

Lakshadweep

Samyak Jain

99.99

Madhya Pradesh

Adwai Krishna

99.99

Maharashtra

Usham Adhitya Luwang 

96.9

Manipur 

Siddhnat Purkayastha

96.59

Meghalaya 

Simon Lalremsiama Shangpliang

98.2

Mizoram 

Khadka Bahadur Baniya

97.7

Nagaland 

Deevyanshu Malu

99.98

Odisha 

S P Siddharth

98.93

Puducherry

Mrinal Garg

100

Punjab 

Navya

100

Rajasthan 

Chandan Kumar Mahato

94.9

Sikkim 

Deeksha Dhiwakar

99.9

Tamil Nadu

Dheeraj Kurukunda

100

Telangana 

Aniket Chattapadhyay

100

Telangana 

Jasti Yashwanth V V S

100

Telangana 

Rupesh Biyani

100

Telangana 

Rishik Saha

99.92

Tripura 

Saumitra Garg

100

Uttar Pradesh

Gautam Arora

99.91

Uttrakhand

Ashutosh Agarwal

99.99

West Bangal

JEE Main 2021 Toppers

JEE Main 2021 Toppers - February Session (B.Arch and B.Plan)

JEE Main 2021 Toppers Paper 2 - February Session (100 Percentile)

Paper 2

Application No.

Candidate Name

State Code of Eligibility

B.Arch

210310215185

JOSYULA VENKATA ADITYA

TELANGANA

JEE Main 2021 Toppers Paper 2 - February Session 2A (B.Arch.)

State Code of Eligibility

Application

No.

Candidate Name

NTA Score

ANDAMAN AND

NICOBAR ISLANDS

210310136999

ROHIT BARAIK

93.4269801

ANDHRA PRADESH

210310404901

UPPALA VIVEK NARAYAN

99.9918093

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

210310261427

DEVAN TAYANG

87.1795397

ASSAM

210310207768

HRISHIKESH DEKA

99.9303792

BIHAR

210310129167

JAYA BHARADWAJ

99.5167499

CHANDIGARH

210310087530

KAYRA REYING

PAO

99.9119502

CHHATTISGARH

210310170016

KHUSHI

AGRAWAL

99.7215169

DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI

210310341644

DEEPU PATEL

91.0803506

DAMAN AND DIU

210310533644

TEESHA AMIT PATEL

92.0980424

DELHI (NCT)

210310404774

MEGHNA GUPTA

99.9959047

GOA

210310095340

ASHRITA

95.6650831

GUJARAT

210310616948

VAHORA TAHA

HATIMALI

99.9119502

HARYANA

210310174856

ANUSHKA

99.975428

HIMACHAL PRADESH

210310141558

MANAS JAMWAL

99.3938898

JAMMU AND KASHMIR

210310262046

NOHA SAMUEL

99.782947

JHARKHAND

210310016599

HEMMANT RAJ

99.8402818

KARNATAKA

210310747948

MANOJ E S

99.9201409

KERALA

210310045887

ATHIRA P

99.969285

LADAKH

210310699209

STANZIN KALDEN

78.9520026

LAKSHADWEEP

210310729888

MOHAMMED

ABDUL BASITH H.M

73.3106725

MADHYA PRADESH

210310102145

URVI TIWARI

99.9651896

MAHARASHTRA

210310380392

JINAM BHAVESH KENIYA

99.9979523

MANIPUR

210310845913

MILLI RAJKUMARI

93.4269801

MEGHALAYA

210310471921

AIMAN AHMED

94.3627652

MIZORAM

210310930265

VANLALDINPUIA

93.1095913

NAGALAND

210310221853

SWUYEKHRULU NAKRO

96.0828078

ODISHA

210310018441

RITWIKA PANDA

99.6150381

ODISHA

210310083481

ADITYA VIJAYRAJ

99.6150381

OUTSIDE INDIA

210310042382

SIDDHARTH SURESH

99.7665656

OUTSIDE INDIA

210310173741

KALONI SHARMA

99.7665656

PUDUCHERRY

210310748669

DEVANANDA KANAKARAJ

99.8771398

PUNJAB

210310035467

DEVANSHI JAIN

99.8771398

RAJASTHAN

210310454668

ANUSHA POKHARNA

99.9529036

SIKKIM

210310558568

ASHWATTH TAMANG

89.8947498

TAMIL NADU

210310049725

VIKRANT

99.9651896

TELANGANA

210310215185

JOSYULA VENKATA ADITYA

100

TRIPURA

210310105790

DEBASMITA DE

97.8356131

UTTAR PRADESH

210310054012

VANSHIKA GARG

99.9262839

UTTARAKHAND

210310198628

SHYAM MOHAN

VERMA

99.8771398

WEST BENGAL

210310087208

SAYAK BHATTACHARYA

99.981571

JEE Main 2021 Toppers Paper 2 - February Session 2A (B.Plan.)

State Code of Eligibility

Application No.

Candidate Name

NTA Score

ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS

210310593070

KEERTHANA S MENON

94.8067383

ANDHRA PRADESH

210310258287

BANDARU RAMA SAHITYA

99.9896652

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

210310901325

BAKIN NASHO

86.4200083

ASSAM

210310037337

PEEHU RISHI

99.8036379

BIHAR

210310059686

VAIBHAV SRIVASTAVA

99.9586606

CHANDIGARH

210310314091

SHREYA SHARMA

99.5762712

CHHATTISGARH

210310236297

OMISHA SINGH

98.015709

DADRA AND NAGAR

HAVELI

210310531873

PATEL VISHWA KETAN

71.2897892

DAMAN AND DIU

210310897408

ARTI

49.9121538

DELHI (NCT)

210310103283

KOPAL JAIN

99.9793303

GOA

210310125829

CHINMAYEE ALIAS DEVASHRI SHAMBU

KALANGUTKAR

99.1680446

GUJARAT

210310061335

ADITYA NARAYAN

GOSWAMI

99.9069864

HARYANA

210310182175

GARIMA KHUSHALANI

99.5762712

HIMACHAL PRADESH

210310685330

ALIEN HAIDER

99.0595287

JAMMU AND KASHMIR

210310117598

TANMAY GUPTA

99.9121538

JHARKHAND

210310097430

RIJUL JANA

99.2403886

KARNATAKA

210310100898

P SAI KRISHNA

99.8604795

KERALA

210310123992

NIPUN NAIR

99.9534932

LADAKH

210310900992

ZANGSKIT PALMO

71.2897892

LAKSHADWEEP

210310729888

MOHAMMED ABDUL BASITH H.M

60.8774287

MADHYA PRADESH

210310239928

UDANK JAIN

99.9948326

MAHARASHTRA

210310178572

JADHAV ADITYA SUNIL

100

MANIPUR

210310428682

JACK MANGSATABAM

87.9030591

MEGHALAYA

210310471921

AIMAN AHMED

91.7372881

MIZORAM

210310464768

BORNITA DEY

89.0295577

NAGALAND

210310221853

SWUYEKHRULU NAKRO

95.7833816

ODISHA

210310018441

RITWIKA PANDA

99.3799091

OUTSIDE INDIA

210310214003

SACHIN JAYADEV

99.0595287

PUDUCHERRY

210310748669

DEVANANDA KANAKARAJ

99.1163704

PUNJAB

210310099058

CHAKSHITA MITTAL

99.4780901

RAJASTHAN

210310350622

IMON GHOSH

99.8398098

SIKKIM

210310321662

ONGDEN LHENDUP

NAMGYAL BHUTIA

80.8805291

TAMIL NADU

210310276799

AMIZHTHNI P R K

99.9379909

TELANGANA

210310006621

SRITEJA REDDY PASHYA

99.9844977

TRIPURA

210310278262

SUBHRA JYOTI DATTA

97.9536999

UTTAR PRADESH

210310361465

VANSH KUNWAR JI

99.9069864

UTTARAKHAND

210310293978

JALAJ RASTOGI

99.8346424

WEST BENGAL

210310318734

IMON BASU SENGUPTA

99.8604795

Also check:JEE Main 2022 result released: Check the link, topper's list, and result highlights

JEE Main Topper 2021 March session (100 percentile)

Name of JEE Main March Topper

State

Bannuru Rohit Kumar Reddy

Telangana

Madur Adarsh Reddy

Telangana

Josyula Venkata Aditya

Telangana

Mridul Agarwal

Rajasthan

Zenith Malhotra

Rajasthan

Rohit Kumar

Rajasthan

Siddharth Kalra

NCT Delhi

Kavya Chopra

NCT Delhi

Bakshi Gargi Makarand

Maharashtra

Atharva Abhijeet Tambat

Maharashtra

Bratin Mondal

West Bengal

Ashwin Abraham

Tamil Nadu

Kumar Satyadarshi

Bihar

JEE Main Result 2021 - July Toppers

KARANAM LOKESH

ANDHRA PRADESH

DUGGINENI VENKATA PANEESH

ANDHRA PRADESH

PASALA VEERA SIVA

ANDHRA PRADESH

KANCHAN

ANDHRA PRADESH

VAIBHAV VISHAL

BIHAR

ANSHUL VERMA

RAJASTHAN

POLU LAKSHMI SAI LOKESH REDDY

TELANGANA

MADUR ADARSH REDDY

TELANGANA

VELAVALI VENKATA KARTHIKEYA SAI VYDHIK

TELANGANA

JOSYULA VENKATA ADITYA

TELANGANA

RUCHIR BANSAL

DELHI (NCT)

PRAVAR KATARIA

DELHI (NCT)

HARSH

HARYANA

ANMOL

HARYANA

GAURAB DAS

KARNATAKA

PAL AGGARWAL

UTTAR PRADESH

AMAIYA SINGHAL

UTTAR PRADESH

JEE Main 2021 Toppers - 100 Percentilers Session 4

S.No.

Candidate Name

State

1

Gaurab Das

Karnataka

2

Vaibhav Vishal

Bihar

3

Duggineni Venkata Paneesh

Andhra Pradesh

4

Siddhant Mukherjee

Rajasthan

5

Ruchir Bansal

Delhi (NCT)

6

Amaiya Singhal

Uttar Pradesh

7

Mridul Agarwal

Rajasthan

8

Komma Sharanya

Telangana

9

Josyula Venkata Aditya

Telangana

10

Atharva Abhijit Tambat

Maharashtra

11

Kavya Chopra

Delhi (NCT)

12

Pasala Veera Siva

Andhra Pradesh

13

Kanchanapalli Rahul Naidu

Andhra Pradesh

14

Karanam Lokesh

Andhra Pradesh

15

Pulkit Goyal

Punjab

16

Pal Aggarwal

Uttar Pradesh

17

Guramrit Singh

Chandigarh

18

Anshul Verma

Rajasthan

19

Madur Adarsh Reddy

Telangana

20

Polu Lakshmi Sai Lokesh Reddy

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21

Snehadeep Gayen

Maharashtra

22

Katikela Puneeth Kumar

Telangana

23

Bannuru Rohit Kumar Reddy

Telangana

24

Zenith Malhotra

Rajasthan

25

Pratham Garg

Punjab

26

Anmol

Haryana

27

Ananth Krishna Kidambi

Gujarat

28

Kumar Satyadarshi

Bihar

29

Ashwin Abraham

Tamil Nadu

30

Varada Mahanth Naidu

Andhra Pradesh

31

Pratham Agrawal

Delhi (NCT)

32

Kulkarni Sourabh Shrinivasrao

Maharashtra

33

Siddharth Kalra

Delhi (NCT)

34

Satti Karthikeya

Andhra Pradesh

35

Velavali Venkata Karthikeya Sai Vydhik

Telangana

36

Bratin Mondal

West Bengal

37

Bakshi Gargi Makarand

Maharashtra

38

Suren

Delhi (NCT)

39

Rohit Kumar

Rajasthan

40

Ameya Prashant Deshmukh

Maharashtra

41

Pravar Kataria

Delhi (NCT)

42

Saket Jha

Rajasthan

43

Harsh

Haryana

44

Ranjim Prabal Das

Delhi (NCT)

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When will JEE Main 2022 results be declared?

JEE Main 2022 results has been declared on July 11, 2022.

When will JEE Main June 2022 result be declared?

JEE Main June 2022 result has been declared on July 11, 2022 The detailed schedule for this year's JEE Main (June session) result is available on the official website.

How can I check my JEE main 2022 result without application number?

You can check the JEE Main 2022 result by using your Admit Card Number and Date of Birth. 

Can I check JEE main 2022 result by name of candidate and date of birth?

The candidates can check the JEE Main 2022 result with their Name and Date of Birth details.

Where to check JEE Main 2022 Result?

The candidates can check JEE Main 2022 result through the direct link mentioned on this page or by visiting the official website. 

Is NTA score and percentage of marks same for JEE Main?

NAT declares JEE Main results in the form of percentile scores. Each candidate will be given a percentile based on his performance in the entrance exam. 

What is the minimum percentile required to get admission in NIT?

The candidates must have a minimum of 80 percentile or above in JEE Main to be eligible for admission in NIT.

Will I get JEE Main results in the form of SMS?

NTA does not send an SMS with regard to JEE Main results. The candidates will have to check the results only through the official website.

What is the process of checking JEE Main results?

Candidates can appear for JEE Advanced if they clear the Main exam with required cutoff or wait for the JoSAA counselling process.

Can I get admission in NITs if my JEE Main percentile is 85?

You can get admission in NITs with a percentile of 85 in JEE Main.

Can I download the scorecard of JEE Main?

Candidates can download the scorecard of JEE Main along with results.

Where can I check JEE Main results?

You can check JEE Main results directly from this page or by visiting the official website.

Is there any chance to challenge the results of JEE Main?

NTA does not provide an option to challenge the results of JEE Main.

What is the minimum qualifying mark required to clear JEE Main exam?

The minimum qualifying mark required to clear JEE Main exam is 50 percentile.

Does NTA release the marks scored by the candidates in the JEE Main exam?

NTA releases the JEE Main results in the form of percentile score.

How is JEE Main Paper 2 exam score calculated?

NTA applies normalization process for the calculation of score obtained by candidates in JEE Main Paper exam. The raw score of candidates, difficulty level of session and the highest marks will be taken into consideration for normalizing the scores of candidates.

What is the date of result for JEE Main Paper 2 2021?

JEE Main Paper 2 results will be announced within 15 days after the exam.

What is the qualifying marks required for JEE Main?

The candidates need to score a minimum of 50 percentile in JEE Main.

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