JEE Mains 2024 Result Updates: Cutoff, Merit List, Scores, and More.

JEE Mains 2024 Result Updates: Cutoff, Merit List, Scores, and More.

JEE Mains 2024 Result Updates: Cutoff, Merit List, Scores, and More.,Apr 25, 2024

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Apr 25, 2024

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The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains examination is one of the most esteemed engineering examinations in India. The JEE Exam offers a gateway to several undergraduate or bachelor's degree programs in different engineering domains nationwide. As the JEE Mains results have been now declared, aspirants or students who were eagerly waiting for the updates on the cutoff marks, individual scores, merit lists, and other important information. The sole purpose of this comprehensive guide is to provide in-depth and authentic insights into the JEE Mains 2024 Results.

 

Overview of JEE Mains 2024

The JEE Mains 2024 exam is organized every year by the National Testing Agency (NTA) in several sessions. The exam is conducted in several phases that grant candidates the flexibility to choose a suitable date of examination that aligns with their schedules. The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) exam is comprised of core subjects including Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics, testing the knowledge of candidates, analytical abilities, and problem-solving skills. With the increasing competition and the importance of JEE Mains outcomes secure admissions to top engineering colleges nationwide.

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How to Check the JEE Main 2024 Result/ NTA Score

Candidates while checking their JEE Main result need to follow the below-mentioned steps:

 

  • Candidates are advised to visit the official website of NTA JEE - https://jeemain.nta.ac.in/
  • Now, candidates should click on the link given there that will take candidates to the scorecard index page.
  • Now, candidates must log in by filling out their credentials involving their application number, date of birth, and security pin (that is case sensitive) followed by submission.
  • The JEE Main 2024 of candidates will be displayed on the screen.
  • Candidates are advised to take a printout of their results for future reference.

Number of Candidates Secured 100 Percentile

In 2024, where 39 students were caught cheating, unfair means cases during the exam have been debarred for three years from the exam. A total number of 56 candidates secured the perfect 100 percentile NTA score in Paper 1 (BE/ BTech). Out of 56 candidates, two girls named Sanvi Jain from Karnataka and Shanya Sinha from Delhi have secured 100 percentile and rest are the boys. The National Testing Agency has released the final answer key on Monday (23/04/2024).

The JEE Mains examination was conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) in two rounds in the months of January and April. If candidates have appeared in both the sessions then, the best of their scores will be considered as their score while developing the final merit list.

We have mentioned below the list of candidates who scored 100 percentile according to their states.

 

Row Labels

Count of Candidate Names

Andhra Pradesh

7

Bihar

1

Chandigarh

1

Delhi (NCT)

6

Gujarat

2

Haryana

2

Jharkhand

1

Karnataka

3

Maharashtra

7

Other

1

Punjab

2

Rajasthan

5

Tamil Nadu

2

Telangana

15

Uttar Pradesh

1

Grand Total

56

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Comparing the Merit Lists of 2023 and 2024

The cut-off of the JEE Mains exam has been increased by over 2.4% this year as compared to 2023. Here is what we mean:

 

Category

2023

2024

Difference

UR-ALL

90.7788642

93.2362181

2.4573539

UR-PH

0.0013527

0.00187

0.0005173

EWS-ALL

75.6229025

81.3266412

5.7037387

OBC-ALL

73.6114227

79.6757881

6.0643654

SC-ALL

51.9776027

60.0923182

8.1147155

ST-ALL

37.2348772

46.697584

9.4627068

Top 10 Toppers of JEE Mains 2024

June Season

220310183262 – Jasti Yashwanth V V S – Telangana

220310136025 – Sarthak Maheshwari – Haryana

220310283661 – Aniket Chattopadhyay – Telangana

220310178049 – Dheeraj Kurkunda – Telangana

220310404438 – Koyyana Suhas – Andhra Pradesh

220310375520 – Kushagra Srivastava – Jharkhand

220310169764 – Mrinal Garg – Punjab

220310148283 – Sneha Pareek – Assam

220310119531 – Navya – Rajasthan

220310171727 – Penikalapati Ravi Kishore – Andhra Pradesh

July Session

220310003376 – Shrenik Mohan Sakala – Maharashtra

220310119531 – Navya – Rajasthan

220310136025 – Sartbak Maheshwari – Haryana

220310146445 – Krishna Sharma – Rajasthan

220310146926 – Parth Bhardwaj – Rajasthan

220310148283 – Sneha Pareek – Assam

220310167901 – Arudeep Kumar – Bihar

220310169764 – Mrinal Garig – Punjab

220310171727 – Penikalapati Ravi Kishore – Andhra Pradesh

220310172697 – Polisetty Karthikeya – Andhra Pradesh

 

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