JEE Main Result 2019: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main Results 2019 today, i.e. January 19. All the candidates can check their scores on the official website of JEE, the link for which is jeemain.nic.in
Meet, 17-year-old Dhruv Arora who topped the JEE Main 2019 examination with 100 percentile.
In an interview with IndiaToday Education, Dhruv Arora, who hails from Madhya Pradesh (MP), informed that he just studied 6-7 hours in a day for JEE Main examination.
“I tried to study more but did not get much time,” the JEE Main topper said.
100 percentile in JEE Main 2019:
“I feel really great at this moment. To be honest, I usually don’t keep high expectations in life and try to go with the flow,” Dhruv Arora told India Today Education.
JEE Main 2019: Score card:
Preparation strategy for IIT JEE Main 2019:
While speaking about preparation strategy for JEE Main, Dhruv said:
“I took admission in Catalyser’s two-year programme to crack JEE Main examination where I took mock tests and attempted previous years’ question paper.”
Talking about Class 12 Boards and JEE Main preparation, Dhruv said, “In Class 12 Board Examination and JEE Main, questions are based on NCERT only, therefore I did not study separately.”
JEE Main topper found Chemistry toughest of all:
While commenting on the level of difficulty of JEE Main 2019, Dhruv said:
“In the examination, I found the chemistry questions a bit tricky and tough to solve. Actually, the problem is that in chemistry one has to remember alot of chemical equations as compared to maths and physics.”
“Moreover, it depends on person-to-person,” the topper added.
More on the educational qualification:
A student of Catalyser, Dhruv Arora took the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and IAPT’s prestigious Physics Olympiad Examination.
Further, Dhruv scored 212 out of 228 marks in the examination.
Previously, Dhruv has achieved AIR-30 in KVPY.
No plans to join IIT:
“As of now, I have not decided whether I would take admission in IIT or not. I might go into research field or join IISc. It’s way too early for me to answer my goals and dreams in life,” Dhruv said.
Dhruv’s father is a manager at a pharmaceutical company in Madhya Pradesh while his mother passed away two years back. Further, his younger brother is completing the schooling.
Topper shares success mantra:
“Just attempt maximum number of previous year question papers. It is important for a candidate to build his/her concentration as we usually tend to get bored while preparing for JEE Examination,” Dhruv said.
Advice for future aspirants:
“I won’t give any specific advice. A candidate should give more time to a subject which he finds difficult,” the topper told IndiaTodayEducation.
About JEE Main Results 2019:
The first JEE (Main) Examination was conducted by NTA between January 8 and January 12, 2019 in two shifts per day across 258 cities in the country and abroad.
A total number of 9, 29,198 candidates were registered for Paper -I (BE/BTech) in this examination.
There were 467 examination centres across the country and abroad.
A total number of 566 Observers, 254 City- Coordinators and 25 State Coordinators were deployed at these centres to oversee the smooth and fair conduct of examination.
The Paper-I was conducted in a total of 8 shifts from January 9 to 12, 2019.
Ranks would be declared after the 2nd JEE:
HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar tweeted:
JEE Main 2019 results: Here’s how to check
- Visit the official website, jeemain.nic.in
- Click on ‘download results’
- Enter registration number, roll number and click on submit
- The results will appear on the screen
- Download and take a print out for future use