The dates of the JEE Main exam and results are given in the table below.
|JEE Main exam date 2023||Session 1- January 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31, 2023
Session 2- April 06, 08, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 15
|JEE Main Provisional Answer Key Date 2023||Session 1 - February 2nd, 2023
Session 2 - April 24th, 2023
|JEE Main result date 2023||Session 1 - February 6th 2023
Session 2 - April 28th 2023
The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is one of the most prestigious engineering entrance exams in India. The candidates who have the required cutoff scores in JEE Main 2023 exam are eligible to sit for the next level called JEE (Advanced) 2023, the entrance to the elite Engineering institutions of India like the IITs, NITs, IIITs, etc.
Here, we will discuss the crucial aspects of JEE 2023 (Main) results like dates, how the score is calculated, how to calculate percentile score, etc. So, let’s start with the important dates.
Candidates should follow the steps mentioned below to check the JEE Main 2023 result:-
NTA will send a copy of the final scorecard to the candidates at their registered e-mail address too.
The following details will be mentioned in the JEE Main 2023 scorecard:-
Some important points regarding JEE Main 2023 Result are as follows:-
The percentile score of a candidate refers to 100 multiplied by the ratio of the number of candidates who scored equal to or less than the candidate and The total number of candidates who appeared in that session of a particular examination.
“For example, suppose a student has scored 350 out of 360. If the total number of students is 300000, and 290000 students score less than the candidate, then his percentile will be 100 x 290000/300000=96.66666666.”
The percentile of the NTA JEE main score is calculated to find out the relative performance of a candidate. It shows the percentage of candidates who score less than him/her. Here, the crucial thing to note is that the 100th percentile can be obtained without getting a perfect 100% in the exam. For instance, the topper gets 100 percentile as all the other candidates score lower than him/her.
If two candidates get the same total score. Certain steps are taken for tie-breaking during the preparation of the merit list. These are as follows:-
NTA (National Testing Agency) will announce the final result of JEE Main 2023 Session 2 in April 2023. The testing agency first released the provisional cutoff and answer keys, and after a few days, the final cutoff and results were released.
For a candidate who sits for both the sessions of JEE Main 2023, the final result will have the scores obtained in the first and second sessions, the best out of two session scores, the All India Rank of the candidate, and the required cutoff score for JEE Advanced 2023.
Ranks will be released once both the sessions of JEE Main 2023 are completed. For the candidates who sit for both sessions, the rank will be decided on the basis of the best of the scores obtained in the two sessions. The percentiles of both sessions will be calculated to the 7th decimal for all the students. It is done to avoid the tie of scores. For the candidates who sit for only one session, the rank will be decided based on their performances in that session.
JEE Main cutoff refers to the minimum score that a candidate must have to qualify for the JEE Advanced exam. NTA has declared the JEE Main 2023 Cutoff for Session 2. However, the speculated cutoff in terms of percentile for various categories is-
These are the released percentiles for Session 2 of JEE Main 2023.
JEE Main 2023 marks, percentile, and ranks are compared in the table below, as per the previous year's data.
|300-281||100 - 99.99989145||1 - 20|
|271 - 280||99.994681 - 99.997394||80 - 24|
|263 - 270||99.990990 - 99.994029||83 - 55|
|250 - 262||99.977205 - 99.988819||210 - 85|
|241 - 250||99.960163 - 99.975034||367 - 215|
|231 - 240||99.934980 - 99.956364||599 - 375|
|221 - 230||99.901113 - 99.928901||911 - 610|
|211 - 220||99.851616 - 99.893732||1367 - 920|
|201 - 210||99.795063 - 99.845212||1888 - 1375|
|191 - 200||99.710831 - 99.782472||2664 - 1900|
|181 - 190||99.597399 - 99.688579||3710 - 2700|
|171 - 180||99.456939 - 99.573193||5003- 3800|
|161 - 170||99.272084 - 99.431214||6706 - 5100|
|151 - 160||99.028614 - 99.239737|
|141 - 150||98.732389 - 98.990296||11678 - 9000|
|131 - 140||98.317414 - 98.666935||15501 - 11800|
|121 - 130||97.811260 - 98.254132||20164 - 15700|
|111 - 120||97.142937 - 97.685672||26321 - 20500|
|101 - 110||96.204550 - 96.978272||34966 - 26500|
|91 - 100||94.998594 - 96.064850||46076 - 35000|
|81 - 90||93.471231 - 94.749479||60147 - 46500|
|71 - 80||91.072128 - 93.152971||82249 - 61000|
|61 - 70||87.512225 - 90.702200||115045 - 83000|
|51 - 60||82.016062 - 86.907944||165679 - 117000|
|41 - 50||73.287808 - 80.982153||246089 - 166000|
|31 - 40||58.151490 - 71.302052||385534 - 264383|
This year, a total of 14 candidates became toppers in JEE Main with the perfect 100 percentile. The names and states of the toppers are given in the table below.
|Jasti Yashwanth VVS||Telangana|
|Koyyana Suhas||Andhra Pradesh|
|Penikalapati Ravi Kishore||Andhra Pradesh|
|Polisetty Karthikeya||Andhra Pradesh|
|Boya Haren Sathvik||Karnataka|
|Saumitra Garg||Uttar Pradesh|
Here is the list of all the participating institutes in JEE Main 2023 with the number of seats available.
|Institutes||Total Number of Seats|
|31 NITs (National Institutes of Technology)||21,133|
|25 IIITs (Indian Institutes of Information Technology)||4713|
|28 CFTIs (Centrally-funded Technical Institutes)||5806|