The long-awaited JEE Advanced 2023 results were announced on June 18, bringing immense joy to aspiring young minds. The Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, held a press conference to unveil the names of the top performers in this fiercely competitive exam. The top performers of JEE Advanced 2023 have made a mark for themselves through their outstanding achievements. Vavilala Chidvilas Reddy, from the IIT Hyderabad zone, secured a remarkable score of 341 out of 360, placing him at the pinnacle of success. Joining him is Nayakanti Naga Bhavya Sree, the highest-scoring female candidate, with an impressive 298 out of 360 scores. Their unwavering commitment and tireless efforts to excel have genuinely distinguished them from the rest.

Candidates can follow the following steps to check their results:-

  • Visit the official website:
  • Click on the link for the result portal.
  • A new page will be open where candidates must provide their JEE advanced roll number, date of birth and registered mobile number.
  • Click on the submit and get your result. Candidates are advised to download their results for the future.

    The top 500 performers of JEE Advanced 2023 displayed their remarkable abilities in different IIT zones.

  • IIT Hyderabad – 174 candidates
  • Delhi with 120 candidates
  • Bombay with 100 candidates
  • Roorkee with 46 candidates
  • Kharagpur with 37 candidates
  • Kanpur with 16 candidates
  • Guwahati with 4 candidates
  • This geographical spread highlights the exceptional talent in the annual JEE Advanced examination.

    JEE Advanced 2023 witnessed an impressive response from aspiring engineers nationwide, with 180,372 applicants striving for success. Out of this talented group, 43,773 candidates emerged as winners and qualified for the next phase of their academic journey. Notably, 7,509 deserving female students and 36,204 determined male students secured their spots in the qualifying list. The substantial increase in the number of candidates registering for JEE Advanced after clearing the JEE Main, from 61.5% in 2022 to an impressive 76% in 2023, showcases young minds’ ambitious aspirations and dedication to excel.

    On June 4, the challenging JEE Advanced 2023 exam took place, symbolising the end of years of preparation for numerous aspirants. Candidates could review the provisional answer key on June 11 and express their objections until June 12. The candidate response sheets, accessible from June 9, offered valuable insights into their performance, helping them identify their strengths and areas for improvement. These crucial steps aim to ensure fairness and transparency throughout the examination process.

    With the release of JEE Advanced 2023 results, qualified candidates must prepare for the next step in their academic journey. The crucial Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) counselling awaits these talented individuals, allowing them to secure admission to prestigious institutions like IITs, NITs, IIITs, and more. JoSAA’s counselling process, encompassing 118 institutions, will shape the bright futures of these exceptional students.

    Shival Kathe
    B Tech IIT Delhi, Founder - PracBee. IIT Math faculty for 12 years
    Previous post MBBS Admission Criteria and Cut-Offs for Top Maharashtra Medical Colleges: NEET UG 2023
    Next post NIRF 2023 Rankings Reveal India’s Top Colleges

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *