Giridhar S from Pune, secured the third rank in JEE (Main), plans to pick software engineering and designing at IIT-Bombay. The fourth and fifth rankers, Sheshansh Agrawal and Divyansh Pareek, are from Jaipur. In light of the consideration of Class 12 scores, the JEE Advanced and Main positions of the top rankers are at wide fluctuation, including the main five aside from Pareek.
The top 20 Main rankers were outside this opening in Advanced. Satvat Jagwani, who achieved the first position in Advanced, got a Main rank of 740. Gaur, the Main topper, was 56th on the propelled merit list. Kaza, second in Main, was 45th in Advanced. Giridhar, third in Main, was 84th in Advanced. There are little contrast in their JEE Main test scores and most secured over 90 percent in their particular boards. Purav Gandhi, who was Mumbai topper in Advanced, with an all-India rank of 29, has seen his Main rank drop down to 103. It doesn’t make a difference to him, however, as he will in any case get into IIT-Bombay.
Many agree that the distinction happened when the total scores were standardized. A couple CBSE students have claimed that their modified scores after re-examination were not considered for ascertaining the last JEE positions. A student said her board exam score was re-examined from 478 out of 500 to 485.”A friend who scored 97 percent in the boards got 99.82 percentile in JEE Main, while I got 98.93 percentile despite scoring the same (97%), though after revision,” she said, as quoted by TOI.