JEE Main result declared: 24 students get 100 percentile | JEE Main 2020
INTRODUCTION: JEE Main 2020
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has declared the results for the Joint Entrance Examination (Main) 2020 . The total of 10.23 lakh students including January and April attempt appears for the exam.
A total of 24 students have scored a 100 percentile marks . State wise, the largest number of toppers coming from Telangana. In the April / September attempt, 6.35 lakh candidates appeared.
Twenty four candidates scored 100 percentile in the Joint Entrance Examination (Main) this year. The largest number of toppers coming from Telangana. Among the remaining toppers, five are from Delhi, four from Rajasthan, three from Andhra Pradesh, two from Haryana, and one each from Gujarat and Maharashtra.
RESULTS- JEE Main 2020
The best performance registered by two states Telangana and Rajasthan. Four candidates from each state had scored 100 percentile in 2019.
The NTA announced the results late Friday night. In less than a week after the entrance test finish. Since 2019, JEE (Main) occur twice a year. The first cycle was in January. The second cycle of the entrance test this year delayed because of the global pandemic covid-19. So It was finally in 12 shifts over six days from September 1 to 6.
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The results announced Friday night reflect the best performance of candidates who appeared for the test in January and September. Attendance in the second cycle seems to have suffered because of the pandemic. It fell by 20 percentage points over the first test held in January. While 94.32 per cent of registered students appeared for the exam held in January 2020 attendance fell from 74% held earlier this month. Out of 8.58 lakh unique applicants, 6.35 lakh appeared for the engineering entrance test in September.
The conduct of the JEE (Main) in controversy with some students demanding that the examination be put off, given the rising COVID cases in the country. So The entrance test already postponed twice before.
JEE (Main) is the qualifying exam for appearing for the JEE (Advanced). The top 2.5 lakh candidates of JEE (Main) can appear for JEE (Advanced) which is the entrance test for admission to the 23 IITs.
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Toppers from January attempt included Divyanshu Aggarwal born in a family of doctors and expected to follow medicine at first but he claims that his love for mathematics that made him chose the engineering stream. Another 100 percentile scorer, Akhil Jain is set to be the first engineer in his family. Born, Akhil was always inclined towards academics.
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