IIT-JEE results declared: Karnataka student among 14 toppers – Deccan Herald

Fourteen children, including one student from Karnataka, have secured full marks (100th percentile) in the JEE Mains Paper 1 exam, the National Testing Agency said on Monday. 
Amongst the fourteen, Boya Haren Sathvik from the OBC category is the lone face from Karnataka, while Telangana had four toppers, and Andhra Pradesh had three. Assam, Rajasthan, Haryana, Jharkhand, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh had one topper each. 
Among the toppers were only one girl, Sneha Pareek from Assam, while there were two faces from the OBC category, and ten from the general category. Two of the ten were from the EWS category. 
The toppers from Telangana are Dheeraj Kurukunds, Rupesh Biyani, Jasti Yashwanth VVS, and Aniket Chattopadhyay, while the toppers from Andhra Pradesh are Penikalapati Ravi Kishore, Polisetty Karthikeya, and Koyyana Suhas. 
Sarthak Maheshwari from Haryana, Kushagra Srivastava from Jharkhand, Mrinal Garg from Punjab, Sumitra Garg from Uttar Pradesh, and Navya from Rajasthan are the other toppers who secured full marks, besides Sarthik and Pareek.
All the candidates who have cleared the JEE Main Paper 1 will be eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced 2022 exam. The final date for registration for Paper 2 is July 12. The NTA will publish the final cut-off after the exams for Paper 2 is conducted. 
While as many as 8,72,432 students registered for the test, 7,69,589 students appeared for it. This included 2,21,719 girls, 5,47,867 boys and three children from the third gender. 
The NTA conducted the test across 588 examination centres in 407 cities. This included 17 cities outside India – Manama, Doha, Dubai, Kathmandu, Muscat, Riyadh, Sharjah, Singapore, Kuwait City, Kuala Lumpur, Lagos/Abuja, Colombo, Jakarta, Vienna, Moscow, Port Louis, and Bangkok. 
Over 558 observers, 424 city-coordinators, 18 regional coordinators, 369 deputy or independent observers and two national coordinators were involved, the testing agency said. 
The examination was conducted in 13 languages – Assamese, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.    
The NTA also said that as many as 35,000 cameras per shift and about 29,000 jammers per shift across 14 shifts were put in place.
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