New Delhi, 11 February 2023 – JEE Main 2023 – The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023 result for session 1 was released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on 6 February 2023. This year, a total of 20 students have received 100 percentile or 100 NTA score in the national-level engineering entrance examination.
The top 20 candidates do not include any females. Meesala Pranathi Sreeja is the female topper with an NTA score of 99.997259.
The top 20 include 14 from the general category, four from the Other Backward Classes (OBC) category, and one each from the gen-Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) and Scheduled Caste (SC) categories.
This article will provide details about the JEE Main exam and share the inspiring stories of some of the top scorers.
Table of Contents
- JEE Main 2023 Result – Overview
- JEE Main 2023 Result – Important Points to Note
- JEE Main 2023 – Topper Stories, Tips
- JEE Main 2023 Toppers – FAQs
JEE Main 2023 Result – Overview
|Exam name||Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023|
|Conducting body||National Testing Agency (NTA)|
|JEE Main session 1 exam dates||24, 25, 29, 30, 31 January and 1 February 2023|
|When was the JEE Main result for session 1 released?||6 February 2023|
|Total number of perfect scorers (with 100 percentiles)||20|
|Female topper||Meesala Pranathi Sreeja with 99.997259 NTA score|
|Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBD) topper||MD Sahil Akhtar with 99.9848042 NTA score|
|Scheduled Caste (SC) topper||Deshank Pratap Singh with 100 NTA score|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST) topper||Dheeravath Tanuj with 99.99041 NTA score|
|JEE Main session 2 exam dates||From 6 April to 12 April 2023|
JEE Main 2023 Result – Important Points to Note
- According to the NTA, of the 8.6 lakh applicants for session 1, a total of 8.22 lakh candidates took the exam, representing 95.79% attendance. This is the highest attendance for JEE Main session 1 since the body began administering the exams.
- The exam was held at various locations in 290 cities across the country and 25 cities outside of India.
- The JEE Main exam was conducted in 13 languages: English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.
- Admission to B.E., B.Tech., B.Arch., and B.Planning programmes in NITs, IIITs, and CFTs will be based on all India rank with additional eligibility of at least 75% in aggregate in the respective education boards’ Class 12 exams.
- The qualifying aggregate in Class 12 board exams for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates is 65%. The eligibility criteria had been suspended during the pandemic in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
- The ranks of candidates will be released after both sessions of the JEE Main exam are completed.
- The rank will be determined using the best of the candidates’ two session scores.
JEE Main 2023 – Topper Stories, Tips
The candidates who scored 100 percentile are:
- Abhineet Majety
- Amogh Jalan
- Apurva Samota
- Ashik Stenny
- Bikkina Abhinav Chowdary
- Deshank Pratap Singh
- Dhruv Sanjay Jain
- Dnyanesh Hemendra Shinde
- Duggineni Venkata Yugesh
- Gulshan Kumar
- Guthikonda Abhiram
- Kaushal Vijayvergiya
- Krish Gupta
- Mayank Son
- NK Vishwaajith
- Nipun Goel
- Rishi Kalra
- Soham Das
- Suthar Harshul Sanjay Bhai
- Vavilala Chidvilas Reddy.
From twin siblings from Uttar Pradesh who want to appear on ‘Shark Tank’ to a Maharashtra topper whose family relocated to Kota so he could pursue his IIT dream, here are some of the most inspiring tales of the exam’s top performers.
JEE Main 2023 Toppers – Nipun Goel and Nikunj Goel
Twin brothers Nipun and Nikunj Goel from Hapur, Uttar Pradesh, scored 100 and 99.99 percentile in the first session of the JEE Main exam, respectively. The brothers supported one another while also engaging in friendly competition.
Nipun says they have helped one another over the last two years. The fact that their plans and preparation methods coincided worked in their favour. Nipun added that whenever one of them got stuck on a subject, they brainstormed and looked for a solution.
The siblings are now aiming to get admission to either IIT Delhi or IIT Bombay’s Computer Science Engineering (CSE) department. They had to travel 35 kilometres, four days a week, to FIITJEE, Meerut, to attend JEE classes.
They urge students to review their daily lessons independently and make time for self-study. It is also crucial to ensure that they properly attempt all class tests, as this will help the aspirants learn how to manage their time.
Nipun and Nikunj love watching the show ‘Shark Tank’ on television.
The UP boys haven’t seen the second season yet because they were too preoccupied with preparing for the JEE Main. Ashneer Grover, their favourite shark, is also absent from the show this season.
In the future, the brothers hope to be featured on the show, pitch their idea for a start-up, and receive funding for it.
JEE Main 2023 Topper – Dyanesh Shinde
Dyanesh Shinde, one of the top 20 candidates scoring 100 percentile in the exam, is from Maharashtra’s Chandrapur district but has relocated to Rajasthan’s Kota. He spent the last five years preparing for the exam in the city.
Dyanesh, who aspires to join IIT, is pleased to have received a perfect score on his first attempt and will now devote his full attention to JEE – Advanced preparation.
Dyanesh attributes his success to self-study and coaching guidance.
Dyanesh’s mother, Madhavi Shinde, who lives with him in Kota, says Dyanesh has been determined to earn a degree in engineering and was more than willing to relocate for good guidance.
Dyanesh hopes to study Computer Science or Aerospace Engineering at IIT.
Apoorva and Arnav Priyadarshi, twin siblings from Muzaffarpur, Bihar, also did exceptionally well in the examination, securing 99.51 and 99.74 percentiles, respectively.
Only five minutes separated the births of the identical twins, whose father, Anil Kumar Sinha, is a school principal.
Every day, the brothers would study for seven to eight hours. The Bihar boys are overjoyed with the results and hope to gain admission to IIT and pursue computer science engineering.
Their father says that, even as little boys, his two sons had remarkable diligence and work ethic. Furthermore, they share the same tastes in both food and clothing. Chilli Paneer and Chilli Chicken, for instance, are two dishes that make them drool.
JEE Main 2023 Topper – Harshul Sanjaybhai Suthar
Harshul Sanjaybhai Suthar of Ahmedabad hopes to follow in his elder brother’s footsteps and pursue computer science engineering after he aces the JEE Advanced in 2023. Harshul is one of 20 students who secured 100 percentile in the exam.
Sanjaybhai Suthar, Harshul’s father, is a civil engineer, and his mother is a homemaker. His elder brother is studying B.Tech. in Computer Science at NIRMA University.
The Ahmedabad boy says his interest in math and computers prompted him to prepare for the JEE exams. As he analysed his brother’s B.Tech. curriculum, the decision solidified. By Class 12, he was set on pursuing a B.Tech. in Computer Science from IIT Bombay.
The topper claims to have put in between eight and ten hours of study time per day in order to ace JEE Main.
He relied heavily on the available coaching material, test papers, and NCERT books to get ready for the exam. Harshul adds that when it comes to preparing for chemistry exams, NCERT books are the best for conceptual understanding.
Harshul says he never faced any challenges during the Covid era, and that living in isolation allowed him to better prepare for the exam.
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JEE Main 2023 Toppers – FAQs
Q1) How many students have scored 100 percentile in the JEE Main 2023 session 1 exam?
This year, a total of 20 students have scored 100 percentile or 100 NTA score in the JEE Main 2023 session 1 exam. The top 20 candidates do not include any females.
Q2) How many students appeared in the JEE Main 2023 session 1 exam?
According to the National Testing Agency (NTA), of the 8.6 lakh applicants for session 1, a total of 8.22 lakh candidates took the JEE Main 2023 exam, representing 95.79% attendance. This is the highest attendance for JEE Main session 1 since the body began administering the exams.
Q3) Who is the female topper in the JEE Main 2023 session 1 exam?
Meesala Pranathi Sreeja is the female topper with an NTA score of 99.997259 in the JEE Main 2023 session 1 exam.
Q4) When will the JEE Main 2023 session 2 exams be conducted?
The JEE Main 2023 session 2 exams will be conducted from 6 April to 12 April 2023.