JEE Advanced Result 2022: IIT Bombay released JEE Advanced 2022 result, check from this link

JEE Advanced Result 2022: The result of JEE Advanced 2022 has been released. Students can check their final answer key and their score card by visiting RK Shishir of IIT Bombay Zone topped the Common Rank List (CRL) in JEE (Advanced) 2022. He secured 314 marks out of 360 marks. Tanishka Kabra of IIT Delhi has topped among female students. He has secured 277 marks out of 360. This year 160038 students had registered for the exam. 155538 students gave both the papers. Out of which 40712 qualified. This exam was held on 28 August.

What was the cut off?

The cut-off for the general category has increased this year as per the JEE Advanced result. The cut off is 88.4 percentile. At the same time, the cut-off of JEE Advanced for OBC, SC, ST candidates is at a four-year low this time. It is 67, 43.08, 26.07 percent respectively. The cutoff for EWS is 63.11.

The exam was held on 28 August

This time the IIT entrance exam was conducted on 28 August 2022. Paper 1 was conducted from 09 am to 12 noon, while Paper 2 was held from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm. This year there are a total of 16 thousand 598 seats in various IIT colleges, out of which 1567 seats are reserved for women candidates. RK Shishir became the topper – According to the result released by JEE Advanced / JEE Advanced Result, RK Shishir has topped this examination. Mayank Motwani of Bhopal has got All India Rank-2 in JEE Advanced.

Rank 1: RK Shishir

Rank 2: Polu Lakshmi Sai Lohit Reddy

Rank 3: Thomas Biju Chiramveli

Rak 4: Vangapalli Sai Siddhartha

Rank 5: Mayank Motwani

Rank 6: Poliseti Karthikeya

Rank 7: Prateek Sahu

Rank 8: Dheeraj Kurukund

Rank 9: Mahit Gadhiwala

Rank 10: Vetcha Gyan Mahesh

Check Result from this link

Step 1- Visit the official website

Step 2- After this click on the link “JEE Advanced 2022 Result” on the home.

Step 3- Enter your registration number and date of birth.

Step 4- Submit JEE Advanced 2022 result, your result will be displayed on the screen.

Step 5- If you want, you can take a print out of the result.

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