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JEE Main Result 2023: NTA releases the JEE Main 2023 results after the exam on the official website. The JEE main results for papers 1 and 2 will be released separately at jeemain.nta.nic. Aspiring candidates of JEE Main will be able to check their scorecards by logging into the portal.
Along with JEE Main result, candidates can check the toppers list and JEE Main 2023 statistics. The top 2.6 lakh candidates will be eligible to take JEE Advanced exam. After the official release, we will add the direct link to download the JEE Main scorecard. Read on to learn about JEE Mains 2023 result date, merit list, and more.
The exam authorities have a normalisation process to calculate the percentile for all candidates. Percentile results are calculated based on toppers’ results in JEE Main 2023.
After obtaining the NTA JEE Mains 2023 scorecard, students can participate in the counselling process as per their JEE Main Rank JoSAA counselling includes multiple rounds. After that, students decide on their prospective colleges and pay admission fees. Seat allotment in NITs, IIITs, GFTIs, IITs and JEE Main participating colleges will be based on JEE Main and JEE Advanced scores, respectively.
For more information about the JEE Mains 2023 result date and time updates, candidates can check the table below:
|JEE Main 2023 Events||JEE Main 2023 Result Date|
|JEE Main 2023 Exam Date||To Be Announced|
|Release of JEE Main 2023 Provisional Answer Key||To Be Announced|
|Challenge Period of Answer Key||To Be Announced|
|Release of JEE Main Final Answer Key 2023||To Be Announced|
|JEE Mains 2023 Result Date and Time||To Be Announced|
NTA-JAB will declare the JEE Main 2023 result on their website – jeemain.nta.nic.in. Let us look at how candidates can check their scorecard for JEE Mains 2023.
Steps to Download JEE Main 2023 Scorecard
2nd Step: Click on the link ‘View Result/ Scorecard’. This will open a new page to enter mandatory details such as application number, date of birth, and security code.
3rd Step: After filling in the required details, click on the ‘Login’ button. This will display your JEE Main 2023 result on the screen. Now, you can print the JEE Main 2023 result for both sessions and save a copy for the counselling and admission process.
Here is the category-wise cut-off along with the common rank list (CRL) that aspirants can refer to:
|Category||JEE Main 2022 Cut-off|
|Common Rank List (CRL)||88.4121383|
Candidates will require a JEE Main scorecard to participate in the counselling process. The JEE Mains 2023 result contains all the crucial information such as the candidate’s rank, score, candidate name, roll no., category-wise rank, cut-off, and the total number of marks obtained. Let us look at the list of details mentioned in the JEE Main 2023 scorecard:
Candidates can obtain a scorecard through the JEE Main login portal. It is not sent via email, SMS, or postal services, so students should avoid fraudulent activities that promise access to scorecards. The scorecard for JEE Main 2023 will consider the best of the student’s two exam attempts.
NTA will release the JEE Main 2023 result for all those candidates who have appeared in the exams. The final result includes the details mentioned below:
If there is any discrepancy in the NTA JEE Main result 2023, candidates can contact the officials on the following.
To be eligible for JEE Main 2023, candidates must choose five main subjects in the qualifying examination. Let us look at the subject combination required to be eligible for JEE Main 2023:
|Course||Required Criteria Based on Class 12th/ Equivalent Exam|
|BE/ BTech||Passed qualifying examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/Biotechnology/ Biology Technical Vocational subjects.|
|BArch||Passed qualifying examination with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry|
|B.Planning||Passed qualifying examination with Mathematics|
Last year, the JEE Mains was held in two sessions. For this reason, the authorities use the normalisation process to deal with the difference in difficulty levels. According to the JEE Main 2023 scores, the percentage of candidates whose marks are equal to or lower than those with the highest scores in the session is indicated. There is a small calculation done for this process. Candidates should know that the normalised score differs from the percentage of marks scored in the examination.
To determine the JEE Main result 2023, NTA uses the normalisation process. Last year exam was held in two sessions; this process ensures that no candidate is graded unfairly. Let’s look at how a candidate’s JEE Main percentile scores are calculated.
Percentile scores are calculated based on all the candidates who appeared in the exam. Thus, a percentile score compares a candidate’s score to the top scorer of the exam. The highest score is 100 (which is highly probable since 24 candidates received a 100 percentile in JEE Main 2023), so the student’s score will compare to the top score.
The formula to calculate the percentile score for JEE Main is:
|Candidate’s Percentile Score = 100 x (Number of candidates who secured a raw score (or actual score) equal to or less than the total score)/(Total number of candidates who appeared in that session)|
By calculating the percentile, candidates can estimate their rank and determine if they are eligible to take the JEE Advanced exam and get admission to their desired college. However, the normalisation and calculation of JEE Main percentile rely on trend analysis as well, in which the scores of the past five years are taken into account. However, this formula will give candidates a rough estimate of their ranking.
JEE Main 2023 result for each session will be prepared in the form of:
NTA has dropped the age factor as a tie-breaking policy. In case two or more candidates secure equal NTA JEE Main scores, then the merit will be determined in the following way:
Tie between candidates obtaining equal total NTA scores in Paper 1: B.E/B. Tech will be resolved in the following manner in descending order:
The tie between candidates obtaining equal Total NTA scores in Paper 2A: B. Arch will be resolved in the following manner:
The tie between candidates obtaining equal total JEE Main scores in B. Planning will be resolved in the following manner:
The JEE Main percentage and percentile are two different things, and many candidates confuse them. The JEE Main percentage is calculated from absolute marking, while the JEE Main percentile is calculated through relative marking.
JEE Main toppers list will be released after the authorities release the JEE Main result 2023. We will update the topper list of every session on this page.
JEE Main 2022 Toppers
The JEE Main 2022 toppers are listed below:
|Sl. No.||Application No.||Candidate’s Name||State|
|1||220310003376||Shrenik Mohan Sakala||Maharashtra|
|9||220310171727||Penikalapati Ravi Kishore||Andhra Pradesh|
|10||220310172697||Polisetty Karthikeya||Andhra Pradesh|
|13||220310183262||Jasti Yashwanth V V S||Telangana|
|14||220310185833||Busa Siva Naga Venkata Aditya||Telangana|
|15||220310195398||Thomas Biju Cheeramvelil||Kerala|
|17||220310299448||Boya Haren Sathvik||Karnataka|
|18||220310349770||Menda Hima Vamsi||Andhra Pradesh|
|20||220310404438||Koyyana Suhas||Andhra Pradesh|
|21||220310457207||Kanishk Sharma||Uttar Pradesh|
|23||220310521238||Palli Jalajakshi||Andhra Pradesh|
|24||220310664374||Saumitra Garg||Uttar Pradesh|
The previous session’s JEE Main toppers are listed below:
|Sr. No.||Candidate Name||State|
|3||Duggineni Venkata Paneesh||Andhra Pradesh|
|5||Ruchir Bansal||Delhi (NCT)|
|6||Amaiya Singhal||Uttar Pradesh|
|9||Josyula Venkata Aditya||Telangana|
|10||Atharva Abhijit Tambat||Maharashtra|
NTA will release the JEE Main 2023 cut-off along with the results. There are notably two types of cut-off in JEE Main exams – the qualifying cut-off and admission cut-off. Let’s look at them one by one:
When students appear for the JEE Main exam, they require a baseline score to qualify for the JEE Advanced exam. This cut-off is obtained after JEE Main results are declared; they help students apply for the JEE Advanced exam, granting admission to IITs across India.
Check the qualifying cut-off for JEE Mains 2022 in the table below:
|Category||JEE Main Cut-off 2021|
When the JEE Main 2023 result is declared, all institutions will have individual cut-offs depending on JEE Main rankings. Students can check the cut-offs for their respective institutes during the counselling process to determine if they are eligible for admission. Since JEE Main admission cut-offs are institute-specific, students should check category-wise qualifying marks for all institutions.
Candidates’ cut-off is determined based on the number of candidates that appeared for the JEE Main 2023 examination, the number of available seats, the difficulty level of the paper, and the previous year’s cut-offs.
Candidates can check the previous year’s cut-off trends for JEE Mains from the list given below:
In the table below, candidates can check yearly cut-off dates for JEE Mains:
Along with the JEE Main result 2023, the NTA will release the JEE Main 2023 rank list, reflecting the secured candidates’ ranks in the examination. Candidates will be allotted AIR (All India Rank) and the category-wise ranks for JEE Mains. The ranks will be prepared based on candidates’ JEE Main percentile.
While the rankings can change depending on the number of students that apply/appear for the sessions, here is a previous year’s JEE Main Marks vs Rank range. With its help, candidates can get an idea about their expected rank and percentile based on their scores.
The table for marks vs rank is mentioned below
|JEE Mains Marks||JEE Mains Rank|
|-75 to -20||1074300 to 1071804|
|-19 to -10||1071460 to 1058151|
|0 to 10||991222 to 831941|
|11 to 20||796929 to 615134|
|21 to 30||573996 to 400110|
|31 to 40||385534 to 264383|
|41 to 50||246089 to 175204|
|51 to 60||165679 to 120612|
|61 to 70||115045 to 85657|
|71 to 80||82249 to 63079|
|81 to 90||60147 to 48371|
|91 to 100||46076 to 36253|
|101 to 110||34966 to 27838|
|111 to 120||26321 to 21321|
|121 to 130||20164 to 16084|
|131 to 140||15501 to 12281|
|141 to 150||11678 to 9302|
|151 to 160||8949 to 7004|
|161 to 170||6706 to 5240|
|171 to 180||5003 to 3932|
|181 to 190||3709 to 2869|
|191 to 200||2664 to 2004|
|201 to 210||1888 to 1426|
|211 to 220||1367 to 979|
|221 to 230||911 to 655|
|231 to 240||599 to 402|
|241 to 250||367 to 230|
|250 to 262||210 to 103|
|263 to 270||83 to 55|
|271 to 280||49 to 24|
The table for percentile vs marks is as follows,
|JEE Main Percentile||JEE Main Marks|
|99.9946812032638 to 99.997394875068||271 to 280|
|99.9909906096101 to 99.9940299220308||263 to 270|
|99.9772051568448 to 99.9888196721667||250 to 262|
|99.9601632979145 to 99.9750342194015||241 to 250|
|99.9349804235716 to 99.9563641573886||231 to 240|
|99.9011137994553 to 99.9289017987302||221 to 230|
|99.8516164257469 to 99.8937326121479||211 to 220|
|99.7950635053476 to 99.845212160289||201 to 210|
|99.7108311325455 to 99.7824720681761||191 to 200|
|99.5973996511304 to 99.6885790237511||181 to 190|
|99.4569399985455 to 99.573193698637||171 to 180|
|99.272084675244 to 99.4312143898418||161 to 170|
|99.0286140409721 to 99.2397377073381||151 to 160|
|98.7323896268267 to 98.9902969950969||141 to 150|
|98.3174149345299 to 98.6669358629096||131 to 140|
|97.8112608696124 to 98.2541321080562||121 to 130|
|97.1429377776765 to 97.6856721385145||111 to 120|
|96.2045500677875 to 96.9782721725982||101 to 110|
|94.9985943180054 to 96.0648502433078||91 to 100|
|93.4712312797351 to 94.7494792463808||81 to 90|
|91.0721283110867 to 93.1529718505396||71 to 80|
|87.5122250914779 to 90.7022005707394||61 to 70|
|82.0160627661434 to 86.9079446541208||51 to 60|
|73.2878087751462 to 80.9821538087469||41 to 50|
|58.1514901857346 – 71.3020522957121||31 to 40|
|37.6945295632834 – 56.5693109770195||21 to 30|
|13.4958497103427 – 33.2291283360524||11 to 20|
|0.843517743614459 – 9.69540662201048||0 to10|
|0.843517743614459 – 0.843517743614459||-19 to -10|
|0.843517743614459 – 0.843517743614459||-75 to -20|
The National Testing Agency (NTA) will soon release the reservation criteria for JEE Main 2023 and the information brochure. Candidates can check below the category-wise reservation criteria for JEE Mains participating institutes:
The reservation criteria for colleges run by the central government are given below.
|Categories||% of Reservation|
|Other Backward Classes-Non Creamy Layer (OBC-NCL)||27%|
|Scheduled Castes (SC)||15%|
|General-Economically Weaker Sections (GEN-EWS)||10%|
|Scheduled Tribes (ST)||7.5%|
|Persons with Disabilities (PwD)||5% in each category|
Once candidates have received their JEE Mains 2023 result, they first need to check the qualifying cut-off for JEE Advanced 2023. As soon as the JEE Mains 2023 results are declared, IIT announces the exam date for JEE Advanced and opens applications. Candidates should note that the cut-off might be unique for different categories.
After they have checked their qualifying cut-off, candidates must have an idea if they qualify for JEE Advanced exams. Candidates who do not qualify for JEE Advanced can start the JoSAA counselling process. 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 25 IIITs, and 28 GFTIs participate in the JoSAA counselling process.
The entire seat allotment, admission, and admission fee payment process are centralised. The only time candidates will need to visit the institute physically is to submit original documents.
|Institute Name||Total Seats|
|Government-funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs)||5806|
|Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs)||4713|
|Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)||13,583|
|National Institutes of Technology (NITs)||21,133|
At Embibe, candidates can take JEE Main mock tests and solve JEE Main practice questions for free. Embibe provides personalised guidance to help candidates improve their academic knowledge and skills to take the exam most effectively. This personalised assistance guarantees score improvement in just two tests. Candidates appearing for JEE Main must also attempt the JEE Main previous year papers and see how much they score.
Candidates can check the list of top engineering colleges that accept the JEE Main score, JEE Advanced score, and other engineering entrance exam scores for admission.
|List of Top Engineering Colleges in India|
|Top Engineering Colleges In India|
|Top 10 Private Engineering Colleges In India|
|List of Government Colleges Under JEE Main|
|Top Engineering Colleges Accepting JEE Main Score|
|Top 10 Engineering Colleges In Tamil Nadu|
|Top 25 Private Engineering Colleges In India|
|Top Engineering Colleges In Chennai|
|Top Engineering Colleges In Hyderabad|
|Top Engineering Colleges In Bangalore|
|Top Engineering Colleges In Pune|
|Engineering Colleges Accepting Srmjeee|
|Top Engineering Colleges In Maharashtra|
|Top Engineering Colleges In Kolkata, West Bengal|
|Top Engineering Colleges In Jaipur|
Read some of the most frequently asked questions about JEE Mains 2023 results below:
Ans: NTA will soon announce the JEE Main 2023 results dates on the official website.
Ans: Candidates must enter the Application Number, Date of Birth, and Security Pin on the official website to check JEE Mains 2023 result.
Ans: An All India Rank (AIR) list will be released soon after the JEE Main 2023 result.
Ans: The difficulty level varies as the JEE Main exam is conducted on multiple days and sessions. The authorities will implement a normalisation process to deal with the difficulty level of JEE Main.
Ans: Some chapters which will help you to score good marks in Chemistry are as follows:
Chemical thermodynamics, redox reaction and electrochemistry, chemical bonding and molecular structure, coordination compounds, equilibrium, solutions, p-block elements, d- and f-block elements, and organic compounds containing oxygen.
You can also check:
|JEE Main Percentile vs Rank||JEE Main Marks vs Rank|
|JEE Main Question Paper||JEE Main Answer Key|
|JEE Main Normalisation||JEE Main Rank List|
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