JEE (Main) 2022 Results: Amravati topper wants to pursue Computer Science

Published on Aug 08, 2022 03:04 PM IST

5.4 lakh students across the country appeared for the JEE-Mains session in July this year while 7.69 lakh students appeared for the exam in the June session

Shrenik Sakala from Amravati topped Maharashtra in the second JEE Mains session. (HT photo)
Shrenik Sakala from Amravati topped Maharashtra in the second JEE Mains session. (HT photo)

Twenty four students scored a 100 percentile in the second session of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE-Mains), results for which were announced on Monday morning.

17-year-old Shrenik Sakala from Amravati topped Maharashtra in the second JEE Mains session. Jahnabi Roy (17), with 99.9 percentile in the exam, was the girl topper from Maharashtra in the exam.

“I appeared for the first two JEE-Mains sessions this year, while I scored 99.95 percentile in the first session, I’m very happy with my score in the second session,” said Shrenik, who had also topped the CBSE class 12 exams in Amravati this year with his 98% score.

Also Read:JEE (Main) 2022 Results: 24 students score 100 percentile; Telangana, AP highest

“Now my focus is to prepare for the JEE-Advanced exams and ensure I score well in that too so I can bag a seat in the Computer Science department of one of the top IITs,” he added.

According to information shared by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on Monday morning, 5.4 lakh students across the country appeared for the JEE-Mains session in July this year while 7.69 lakh students appeared for the exam in the June session.

Last year, the JEE-Mains exam was held in four sessions but this year, NTA will be conducting only two sessions.

This year, 4.04 lakh JEE aspirants appeared in both the sessions of JEE-Mains.

Registrations for JEE-Adv commenced on Monday morning itself and the process will be open until August 12 (with late fee payment).

JEE-Adv is scheduled to be held across the country on August 28 this year.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE ON
  • ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Shreya Bhandary is a Special Correspondent covering higher education for Hindustan Times, Mumbai. Her work revolves around finding loopholes in the current education system and highlighting the good and the bad in higher education institutes in and around Mumbai.

SHARE
Story Saved
×
Saved Articles
Following
My Reads
My Offers
Sign out
New Delhi 0C
Saturday, October 01, 2022
Start 15 Days Free Trial Subscribe Now
Register Free and get Exciting Deals