Engineering has been one of the most prestigious fields in India. For many years, hundreds of thousands of students try their luck by working hard for a year (or more) to crack the most prestigious exam, the JEE exam. It was a moment of great pride for the Indian education system on Tuesday when the National Testing Agency (NTA) announced that twenty candidates had scored a perfect 100 in the JEE Main, an engineering entrance exam. It is perhaps the first time in the history of JEE that so many students have achieved perfect scores. All of the twenty candidates were males, showing that Indian boys are taking the lead in the field of engineering.
This is an encouraging sign for the future of engineering in the country and the success of these twenty students will surely serve as an inspiration to other aspiring engineers. The JEE Main exam is the first step towards achieving admission into India’s top engineering institutions and its importance cannot be over-emphasized.
All India Rank and JEE Main cutoff are determined by the results of this exam. The second edition of the crucial exam will be held in April and the results of the exam will provide information on the percentile scores for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and the overall score.
Only after the second session exam results will the All India Rank and JEE Main cutoff be made public. This news of the twenty perfect scores has certainly created a buzz in the world of engineering, and many are at the hope that it will encourage more and more students to take the JEE Main exam seriously and strive for excellence. It is good to wish all the twenty candidates success in the future and hope that their success will inspire the next generation of engineers to do even better.