The results of the JEE Main, a premier examination conducted by the National Testing Agency for entry into top Engineering colleges of India were declared on 29 April, in the wee hours.
As per the details provided by the NTA, JEE Main was conducted in two sessions - January 2023 and April 2023. For candidates who appeared in both the sessions, a best of two score was selected and ranks were given accordingly. Three papers were conducted - Paper 1 for BTech/BE, Paper 2(A) for B.Arch and Paper 2(B) for B. Planning. All the examinations were conducted under Computer Based Testing (CBT) mode. The JEE Main is among the top Engineering College admission examinations, followed by other premier examinations like BITSAT, MET, SRMJEE, VITJEE, MHT-CET, COMEDK, etc.
Lannguage and Centres
The JEE Main was held in 13 languages, viz. Assamese, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. The Examination was conducted at 457 unique examination centres in 325 Cities [including 23 cities outside India in Manama, Brasilia, Toronto, Beijing, Paris, Berlin, Doha, Dubai, Sharjah, Kathmandu, Muscat, Oslo, Riyadh, Sharjah, Singapore, Kuwait City, Kuala Lumpur, Lagos/Abuja, Colombo, Jakarta, Vienna, Moscow, Port Louis/Reduit, and Bangkok]. The Cities of Brasilia, Toronto, Berlin, Paris, Oslo were added for the first time.
The total candidates who applied for the JEE Main 2023 Paper 1 (BTech) Session 2 in April was 9,31,510 of which 8,83,372 (94.83%) appeared for the examination.
Number of candidates registered and appeared for JEE (Main)-2023 B.E./B.Tech (Paper 1) in both Sessions:
|General - EWS||34798||85696||1||120495|
How the JEE MAIN Examination was monitored:
The Examination was monitored in the following ways:
The Category wise Cut off NTA Score for applying for JEE Advanced 2023 for the BTech/BE Paper 1 was as under:
43 Candidates across all categories scored a 100 NTA Score in JEE Main 2023. Singaraju Venkat Koundinya from Telangana, Kallakuri Sainadh Srimanth from Andhra Pradesh and Ishan Khandelwal from Rajasthan were among the top three candidates. Of the 43 NTA 100 scorers, 11 belong to Telangana, 5 from Andhra Pradesh, 5 from Rajasthan, 4 from Uttar Pradesh, 3 from Gujarat, 3 from Karnataka, 2 each from Delhi (NCT) and Maharashtra and 1 each from Haryana, Chandigarh, West Bengal, Kerala, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Chhatisgarh and Madhya Pradesh.
|Andaman And Nicobar Islands||Anjali||99.3805127|
|Andhra Pradesh||Kallakuri Sainadh Srimanth||100|
|Arunachal Pradesh||Arnav Singh||99.1451142|
|Chhattisgarh||Dhruv Sanjay Jain||100|
|Dadra And Nagar Haveli||Priyanshu Mishra||99.2822935|
|Daman And Diu||Chavhan Vaibhav Nandkishor||99.4697544|
|Delhi (NCT)||Amogh Jalan||100|
|Goa||Atharva Vijay Naik||99.8259425|
|Gujarat||Suthar Harshul Sanjaybhai||100|
|Himachal Pradesh||Harshit Jain||99.9122022|
|Jammu and Kashmir||Tejas Singh||99.9119495|
|Jharkhand||Ayush Kumar Singh||99.9956916|
|Karnataka||Tanish Singh Khurana||100|
|Madhya Pradesh||Keshav Taparia||100|
|Maharashtra||Mrunal Shrikant Vairagade||100|
|Manipur||Khumanthem Radhapyari Devi||98.1576104|
|Meghalaya||Sourav Kumar Rai||99.7008207|
|Puducherry||V S Susi Krishna||99.9292015|
|Punjab||Aakarsh D Reja||99.9982123|
|Sikkim||Ajay Kumar Prasad||98.6513294|
|Telangana||Singaraju Venkat Koundinya||100|
|Uttar Pradesh||Deshank Pratap Singh||100|
|West Bengal||Soham Das||100|
|From Outside India||Anirudh Cheriyachanaseri Bijay||99.9702413|
Category wise Toppers
Singaraju Venkat Koundinya topped the General Category with a 100 Score, Kallakuri Sainadh Srimanth topped the General - EWS Category with a 100 NTA Score, Allam Sujay topped the OBC - NCL category with a 100 NTA score, Deshank Pratap Singh topped the SC category with a 100 score, Dheeravath Thanuj topped the ST category with a NTA score of 99.9904065 and Dipen Sojitra with a NTA Score of 99.995942 topped the Physical Disability category.
As per NTA, the score card of 15 candidates were withheld on account of using unfair means.