JEE Main 2022 Session 1 Results Soon: Cut-off for Admission to Top NITs

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The National Testing Agency (NTA) will soon be announcing the results for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2022 session 1. The exams were conducted amid the chaos around Agnipath protests and floods in Assam from June 23 to June 29. The exam was held online in a computer-based test (CBT) format at over 500 centers across India as well as abroad.

Students have claimed that since there were too many disruptions as well as the pandemic still affecting lives, NTA should give another attempt to candidates at JEE Main. This year, NTA has returned to two attempts a year. Last year, students were given four attempts at the entrance test. Students also claim that there were many server issues during JEE Main 2022 session.

Experts, however, believe that despite the lowering of attempts, the cut-off for JEE Main can rise up to a 90 percentile score. “Students can expect to get a rank in the top 100 if their score is above 265 out of 300 marks, and in the top 5000 if their score is above 195 out of 300 marks. Students may expect to qualify for JEE Advanced 2022 if they are able to score above 90 percentile,” said Ramesh Batlish, an expert at FIITJEE Noida.

INSTITUTE OPENING RANK CLOSING RANK
NIT Tiruchirappalli 1 32583
NIT Jalandhar 2654 63668
MNIT Jaipur 24 38031
NIT Calicut 180 37019
NIT Jamshedpur 1380 46046
NIT Karnataka Surathkal 1196 28003
NIT Warangal 453 33380
Sardar Vallabhbhai NIT Surat 5508 43202
Visvesvaray NIT Nagpur 6262 40693