This abstract contains all the details regarding the results of the IIT JEE Advanced 2022 exam, conducted by IIT Bombay on August 28, 2022.
JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) Advanced 2022 results were released on Sunday morning at 10 pm. Bengaluru’s RK Shishir of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay zone became a topper in the All India Common Rank List (AICRL). He got 314 marks out of 360. Polu Lakshmi Sai secured the second rank followed by Thomas Biju at the number three position. Tanishka Kabra from the IIT Delhi zone became the top-ranked female with CRL 16. She obtained 277 marks out of 360. Candidates can check and download their results by visiting the official website jeeadv.ac.in through their login credentials.
Just after the release of the result, IIT Bombay opened the applications for JEE Advanced Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) 2022. Candidates who qualified can register for AAT from 11 September, 10 am till 5 pm on September 12. Earlier on Saturday, 03 September, IIT Bombay released the final answer keys of JEE Advanced exam on the official website- jeeadv.ac.in. Candidates have time till September 4 to file objections here.
According to IIT Bombay, the total number of 40,712 candidates qualified for JEE Advanced 2022 exam. There were 1,60,038 candidates registered and among which 1,55,538 took up the exam. IIT Bombay conducted this exam on August 28, 2022. The exam was conducted at the designated centers at various locations in 577 cities across the country. It was conducted in two shifts on the same day. The duration of the exam was 3 hours per shift. The first shift was from 9 pm to 12 pm, and after that, the second shift was from 2 pm to 5 pm. In the first shift, paper 1 was conducted while the second shift was for the second paper.
Students up to 2.5 lakh rank in JEE Main exam got a chance to appear in JEE Advanced.
All India’s top 10 rank holders
Polu Lakshmi Sai secured the second rank followed by Thomas Biju at number three position
Vangapalli Sai Siddharth at number four
Mayank Motwani of IIT Delhi zone came at number five
Polishetty Kartikeya is at 6th position
Prateek Sahu is at 7th
Dheeraj Kurukunda is at 8th
Mahit is in 9th position
Vetcha Gnana Mahesh at 10th position.
Category wise toppers
Vangapalli Sai Siddhartha has topped in the OBC-NCL category;
Polisetty Karthikeya in GEN (EWS);
Dayyala John Joseph in SC
Lovesh Mahar in ST category.
Top 10 zones and toppers distribution
There is a zone-wise distribution of 500 candidates which constitutes IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Guwahati, IIT Kanpur, IIT Bhubaneswar, IIT Madras, and IIT Roorkee. IIT Bombay and IIT Madras have the same number of candidates in the top 100 and IIT-Delhi is ahead in the top 500 categories 133. IIT-Guwahati had 10 candidates in the top 500. IIT Kanpur has only one in the top 100 and 23 candidates out of the top 500.
Criteria to be placed in All India CRL
The total marks are calculated as the sum of the marks obtained in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. Candidates have to meet the subject-wise as well as aggregate qualifying marks for inclusion in the rank.
Who can apply?
JEE Advanced is conducted for the candidates who wish to apply for admission to Bachelor of Engineering (BE), Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech ), and other technical courses available in 23 Indian Institutes of Technology in the country. A total of 16 thousand 598 seats will be admitted in 23 institutes, out of which 1567 seats are reserved for women. There are a total of 1,360 seats in IIT Bombay, 1,353 in IIT Roorkee, 1,869 in IIT Kharagpur, 1,209 in IIT Delhi, and 1,133 in IIT Madras.