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JEE Main 2019 results HIGHLIGHTS: state-wise toppers list

JEE Main Result 2019, NTA JEE Main 2019 Result HIGHLIGHTS: This year, around 15 candidates have scored perfect 100 percentile of which four are from Telangana, three are from Maharashtra, two from Uttar Pradesh. Check out the complete list here

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: January 20, 2019 12:57:04 am
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JEE Main Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The National Testing Agency has released the results of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main) on Saturday, January 19 and this time, there are 15 aspirants who scored 100 percentile scorers.

This year, around 15 candidates have scored perfect 100 percentile of which four are from Telangana, three are from Maharashtra, two from Uttar Pradesh. Those who have not qualified this time, they have another chance in April to re-appear for the JEE Main exam. The application forms will be released in February.

READ | JEE Main results 2019: Ranks to be declared after April exams, says Prakash Javadekar

In the previous years, CBSE was the exam authority, however, NTA will be conducting JEE Main twice in a year. The students who had appeared in the examination can check the results through the official website jeemain.nic.in.

NTA scores are normalised scores across multi session papers and are based on the relative performance of all those who appeared for the examination in one session. The marks obtained are converted into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session of examinees.

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00:57 (IST)20 Jan 2019
JEE Main 2019: Candidates should not worry and  should focus on April exam, says expert

This year, since JEE Main is being conducted two times therefore no rank is given to aspirants . All India rank will be released by NTA after conducting April session. Students maybe a bit confused about understanding the percentile.
 
As per Navin C Joshi, Academic head and VP (JEE and NEET) at Gradeup: - "Candidates should not worry and  should focus on April exam.  Following example will help students in the interpretation of percentile: Lets say a student's percentile is 99, this means that 1% students have scored more marks. In this exam session if 1,16,000 students appeared, this means that the rank in that session is approximately 1160 and overall rank is about 1160 multiplied by 8 (considering there were total 8 slots of the exam). This calculation will give an approximate idea about AIR (All India Rank) and not the correct rank. If a student is seeking admission in an NIT, then the percentile must be greater than 96. However, the final result will be evaluated after April session."

18:14 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main 2019: Uttarakhand topper

Pallav Semwal from Tehri-Garhwal is the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main topper from Uttarakhand, result of which was released today by the National Testing Agency. The 18-year-old has scored 99.95 percentile in his second attempt. In 2018 too, he cracked JEE Main but wasn’t happy with his JEE-Advanced score.

18:11 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main Kerala topper

A class 12 student of Kottayam district of Kerala, Vishnu Vinod scored 99.99 in the JEE Main exam The score indicates the percentage of candidates who have scored equal to or below the particular percentile in that session. While he scored complete marks in Chemistry, he lost by a sliver in both Mathematics and Physics. Read more

18:05 (IST)19 Jan 2019
Meet Punjab's JEE Main topper

18-year-old from Punjab’s Patiala is among the 15 students who scored 100 percentile in entire country as per JEE mains results declared Saturday. A total of 8.74 lakh students had appeared for the exam. Jayesh Singla is a class-12 student of Apollo Public School at Patiala. He completed tenth from Yadavindra Public School (YPS) Patiala. A resident of SST Nagar in Patiala, both his parents are doctors. Read more

17:09 (IST)19 Jan 2019
How to calculate JEE Main scores

The candidates can calculate the score on the basis of relative performance which is calculated on the basis of the scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session of the examination.

The candidate’s score equal to or below a percentile will be marked as a percentile score or the normalised score. Each topper of the session will get the same percentile of 100.

14:40 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main results declared 12 days ahead of schedule, says Prakash Javadekar

National Testing Agency declared results of the JEE Main exam held between 8th and 12th January, in record time, and 12 days ahead of schedule. Made possible due to use of advanced technology and tireless team work of NTA team. I congratulate all students who did well & the entire team, said Javadekar. 

14:36 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main 2019: Ranks to be declared after exams in April, says Javadekar

Ranks would be declared after the 2nd JEE to be held in April 2019. For the first time students have chance to improve their performance, said HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar.

14:33 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main 2019: Prakash Javadekar congratulate successful students

Nearly 8.75 lakh students took the exam. 15 students are in the 100th percentile. Congratulations to all students who did well.
For the first time NTA has used the percentile based scoring. This is more scientific and used in best exam world over.

14:33 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main 2019: Prakash Javadekar congratulate successful students

Nearly 8.75 lakh students took the exam. 15 students are in the 100th percentile. Congratulations to all students who did well.
For the first time NTA has used the percentile based scoring. This is more scientific and used in best exam world over.

14:27 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main results: Toppers from foreign countries

Nepal/ Bhutan- Ananya Amancherla (99.89 percentile)

14:23 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main results 2019: Toppers from state

PUNJAB-JAYESH SINGLA (100 percentile)

RAJASTHAN- SHUBHANKAR GAMBHIR (100 percentile)

RAJASTHAN- SAMBIT BEHERA
(100 percentile)

SIKKIM- RAHUL GUPTA (99.14 percentile)

TAMIL NADU- GAURAV P (99.99 percentile)

TELANGANA- ADELLY SAI KIRAN (100 percentile)

TELANGANA- YINDUKURI JAYANTH PHANI SAI (100 percentile)

TELANGANA- BATTEPATI KARTHIKEYA (100 percentile)

TELANGANA- VISHWANTH K (100 percentile)

TRIPURA- SHAYANDEEP BHAUMIK (99.74 percentile)

UTTAR PRADESH- HIMANSHU GAURAV SINGH (100 percentile)

UTTAR PRADESH- NAMAN GUPTA
(100 percentile)

UTTARAKHAND- PALLAV SEMWAL (99.95 percentile)

WEST BENGAL- SHASWATA DUTTA (99.99 percentile)

14:12 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main results 2019: List of state wise toppers

MADHYA PRADESH-DHRUV ARORA

(100 percentile)

MAHARASHTRA- ANKIT KUMAR MISRA (100 percentile)

MAHARASHTRA- GUPTA KARTIKEY CHANDRESH (100 percentile)

MAHARASHTRA- RAJ ARYAN AGRAWAL (100 percentile)

MANIPUR LAISHRAM- PRINCE SINGH (97.50 percentile)

MEGHALAYA- GOURAV KUMAR (99.88 percentile)

MIZORAM- AKASH JYOTI SAHOO (94.52 percentile)

NAGALAND- KARTIKEYA CHANDRA (96.79 percentile)

ODISHA- SIBASIS NAYAK (99.98 percentile)

PUDUCHERRY- CHIRANTANDIP MAHANTA (99.78 percentile)

14:06 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main results 2019: Check state wise toppers

GOA- JAIPRAKASH SURESH GURAV (99.98 percentile)

GUJARAT- RAGHAV SOMANI (99.99 percentile)

HARYANA-ASHUTOSH SINGLA (99.99 percentile)

HIMACHAL PRADESH-SARTHAK GUPTA (99.89 percentile)

JAMMU AND KASHMIR- AMAN YADAV (99.97 percentile)

JHARKHAND- ANKIT KUMAR JAIN (99.98 percentile)

KARNATAKA- KEVIN MARTIN
(100 percentile)

KERALA- VISHNU VINOD (99.99 percentile)

LAKSHADWEEP ABDUL JAVAD PA (88.33 percentile)

13:58 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main results 2019: State wise toppers

ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLAND- SHUBHANSHU PRASAD (98.72 percentile)

ANDHRA PRADESH- BOJJA CHETAN REDDY (100 percentile)

ARUNACHAL PRADESH- PRINCE KUMAR GUPTA (98.88 percentile)

ASSAM- PRADIPTA PARAG BORA (99.99 percentile)

BIHAR- ABHISHEK KUMAR (99.97 percentile)

CHANDIGARH- DISHANK JINDAL (99.99 percentile)

CHHATTISGARH- RISHABH BHATNAGAR (99.97 percentile)

DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI- VISHWAJEET DESHMUKH (98.87 percentile)

DAMAN & DIU- ASHMIT SINGH (99.39 percentile)

DELHI- NAVNEET JINDAL (99.99 percentile)

13:51 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main 2019 results: How to download

Step 1: Visit the official website, jeemain.nic.in

Step 2: Click on ‘download results’

Step 3: Enter registration number, roll number and click on submit

Step 4: The results will appear on the screen

Step 5: Download and take a print out for further reference.

13:51 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main 2019 results: 15 candidates top exam

This year, 15 students have scored 100 percentile, of which three are from Maharashtra NTA has also released state-wise toppers’ list. A total number of 9, 29,198 candidates registered for Paper –I (B.E. /B. Tech.) in this examination

13:46 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main results declared, 15 students score perfect 100 percentile

The National Testing Agency has released the results of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main) on Saturday, January 19, almost 11 days before the scheduled release date. The students who had appeared in the examination can check the results through the official website jeemain.nic.in

13:44 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main results declared at jeemain.nic.in

13:32 (IST)19 Jan 2019
JEE Main 2019: Check toppers' list

Dhruv Arora- Madhya Pradesh

Raj Aryan Agarwal- Maharashtra

Adelly Sai Kiran- Telangana

Bojja Chetan Reddy- Andhra Pradesh

Sambit Behera- Rajasthan

Naman Gupta- Uttar Pradesh

Yindukuri Jayanth Phani Sai- Telangana

Vishwanath K- Telangana

Himanshu Gaurav Singh- Uttar Pradesh

Kevin Martin- Karnataka

Shubhankar Gambhir- Rajasthan

Battepati Karthikeya- Telangana

Ankit Kumar Mishra- Maharashtra

Jayesh Singla- Punjab

Gupta Kartikey Chandresh- Maharashtra

JEE Main 2019 results HIGHLIGHTS: This year, around 15 candidates have scored perfect 100 percentile. Image source: gettyimages.in

JEE Main 2019 results HIGHLIGHTS: The five-day long Joint Entrance (JEE Main) examinations were concluded on Saturday, January 12. This is the first time the National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the JEE Mains which was conducted between January 8 to 12, 2019.

Those who have not qualified this time, they have another chance in April to re-appear for the JEE Main exam. The application forms will be released in February.