JEE Main 2024 Session 1 Result Declared; 23 Students Get 100 Percentile

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Posted on February 13, 2024


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The National Testing Agency (NTA) today released the scorecards for the first session of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2024. Candidates can check their scores at the official JEE Main website –

This time, NTA hosted the JEE Main 2024 first session from January 24 to February 1. A total of 11,70,036 candidates registered for JEE Main paper 1 during this time. This time around, 23 students have scored in the top 100 percentile, but no female applicant has received a perfect score. Of all the state champions, only Gujarat’s Dwija Dharmeshkumar Patel took first place with an NTA score of 99.99.

From January 24 to February 1, NTA hosted the first JEE Main 2024 session. A total of 11,70,036 candidates registered for JEE Main paper 1, out of the 12,21,615 candidates who registered.

43 candidates last year achieved a 100 percentile ranking on the overall merit list (based on their performance in sessions 1 and 2). Only one girl from Karnataka, Ridhi Kamlesh Kumar Maheshwari, was able to achieve a cent percentile out of these 43. Of the forty-three, eleven came from Telangana, then Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh (five each), Gujarat, Karnataka, Delhi, and Maharashtra (two each). Each of the following states accounts for one: Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, and Haryana.

For general category candidates, the cut off for JEE Advanced 2023 was 90.77, up from 88.4 in 2022, 87.9 in 2021. The qualifying scores for general candidates were 90.3 and 89.7 in 2020 and 2019, respectively.

The Normalization process will be employed by the National Testing Agency to guarantee equity in the assessment of JEE Main 2024 results. This guarantees that candidates will experience comparable levels of difficulty because the exam was administered over several days and sessions. The process of normalization guarantees that no candidate experiences an unjust benefit or drawback. Students will be ranked by NTA according to their percentile scores, which are determined by a predefined formula.