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JEE-Main results declared, 14 candidates scored 100 marks, NTA reports


According to the National Testing Agency (NTA), fourteen candidates scored excellent marks in the JEE-Main entrance exam, the results of which were declared on Monday.

The maximum number of top scorers in JEE-Main 2022 first edition is from Telangana (4) followed by Andhra Pradesh (3). The top scorers from Telangana are Justi Yashwant VVS, Rupesh Biyani, Aniket Chattapadhyay and Dheeraj Kurukunda.

Kayayana Suhas, Penikalpati Ravi Kishore and Palisethi Karthikeya are Andhra Pradesh’s top scorers.

Other candidates who scored 100 marks are Sartak Maheshwari (Haryana), Kushagra Srivastava (Jharkhand), Mrinal Garg (Punjab), Sneha Parikh (Assam), Navya (Rajasthan), Boya Harsen Satvik (Karnataka) and Saumitra Garg (Uttar Pradesh).

“More than 8.7 lakh candidates registered for the exam while 7.69 lakh appeared,” said a senior NTA official.

The official explained that the NTA score is not the same as the percentage of marks obtained.

“NTA marks are normalized scores for multi-session papers and are based on the relative performance of all those who appeared for the exam in one session. The resulting marks are converted to a scale of 100 to 0 for each session of examinees,” the official added.

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