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The 2020 Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) main result was announced on Friday evening. Candidates who appeared for the JEE Mains January 2020 exam can review their scores online at jeemain.nta.nic.in.

According to the official announcement from the National Testing Agency (NTA), a total of 8,69,010 candidates showed up for the exam, which was conducted from January 7th to 9th. The tests were carried out in the computer-aided test mode in two shifts.

Of the total of 8.69 lakh students, 6.04 lakh were male and 2.64 lakh were female candidates and three were transgender.

A total of nine candidates achieved the top grade of 100 in the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) - Mains exam.

The front runners for the technical entrance exam include Delhi boy Nishant Agarwal, Nisarg Chadha from Gujarat, Divyanshu Agarwal from Haryana, Landa Jitendra and Thadavarthi Vishnu Sri Sai Sankar from Andhra Pradesh, Akhil Jain and Parth Dwivedi from Rajasthan, and Ronghadardha Siddarious from Telangana.

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Three students, including two students from Rajasthan from the Allen Career Institute in Kota, have secured a spot among the nine JEE Mains 2020 aspirants who scored 100 NTA points in the JEE Mains 2020 results late Friday night.

JEE Advanced Exam 2020:

The JEE Advanced exam will take place on May 17, 2020. The test is carried out in two shifts. The exam for paper 1 is conducted from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., while the exam for paper 2 is held from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The JEE Advanced result will be announced on June 8, 2020. The architecture proficiency test will take place on June 12th, while the result will be announced on June 16th. Read more

JEE April exam 2020

Candidates who failed the January main JEE exam can retake the exam for the April session. In addition, those who are not satisfied with their results for the January exam may also appear for the April exam.

The registration process for the April 2020 JEE Main exam will take place between February 7th and March 7th.

The exam for the April meeting will take place on April 5, 7, 9 and 11, 2020. Uploading images and paying the registration fee will take place by March 8, 2020.

The JEE Main April 2020 exam will be conducted in computer-aided test mode. Continue reading.

Toppers ‘Speak

Partha Dwivedi: Rajasthan topper, 100 percent

A resident of Bharatpur, Rajasthan outperformed Rajasthan by hitting a 100 percentile in the JEE Main 2020 January Attempt.

Parth has been studying at the Allen Career Institute for the past two years.

“I used to give all three subjects physics, chemistry and mathematics the same amount of time. In order to achieve this success, I first strengthened the weak topics of all three topics. I studied for three to four hours every day and never skipped my classes. I love to play the guitar and watch movies. I want to get admission in the CS department of IIT Mumbai by cracking JEE Advanced.

Akhil Jain: Rajasthan topper, 100 percent

Akhil Jain, residing in Vigyan Nagar Kota, achieved 100 percent in the January trial of JEE Main 2020. Akhil has been a student at the Allen Career Institute since grade 6. Akhil said he prepared for JEE Main 2020 mostly from NCERT books and from notes he used for the coaching institute.

Nishant Agarwal: Delhi topper, 100 percentile

“At first I was shocked. But I've prepared for it. My goal was to get full marks. I was highly motivated by my peer group at my coaching institute. You were an inspiration to be the best at everything we do, ”said NIshant Agarwal, one of nine students from across the country who scored 100 percentage points. Read more about Nishant

Vedang Asgaonkar: Pune, 99.9 percentile

Vedang Asgaonkar, a student at DAV Public School, Aundh, scored 99.99 percentage points on the JEE (All India Joint Entrance Exam) and became head of state.

Asgaonkar had been meticulously preparing for the exam since hour VIII and had enrolled in a private tutorial to follow the basic course. His father is a software engineer and his mother is a professor of organic chemistry at the Pharmacy College of the All India Shri Shivaji Memorial Society. He has also completed the first round of Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) for Science Scholarships and Physics and Chemistry Olympiads with very high scores. Continue reading