JEE Main Results: The National Testing Agency said that six students have got the perfect 100 per cent in JEE-Mains/. Two of these candidates are from Delhi.
JEE Main Result 2021: Attention all engineering students! After a day-long wait, the National Testing Agency has just released the results of the Joint Entrance Examination, popularly known as JEE Mains. All the students who have appeared for Paper 1 can check their results via the official website of the testing agency.
Where to download the JEE Main score card?
The candidates can visit official websites such as jeemain.nta.nic.in, nta.ac.in and ntaresults.nic.in to download their scorecards. Over 6.5 lakh students had appeared or the first paper of JEE. The JEE Paper 1 are held for the BE and BTech admissions.
JEE Main 2021 cut-off
According to an Indian Express report, this year’s cut-off for the JEE Main exams has been predicted at 90 per cent. However, those who don’t get the perfect scores, need to be disheartened. Candidates can appear for other JEE exams scheduled throughout the year to get good grades.
How to check your JEE Main results?
We have already listed out the valid websites. Look for JEE Main Result 2021 tab on the websites. The moment you click on the tab, it will take you to a new page. Here, a field will appear. Enter your roll number. Please keep your admit card handy. Now your JEE Main result score card will appear. Click on the print and take the hard copy of the score card. The Engineering entrance tests have been scheduled in the time period. The next test will be conducted between March 15 and 18. The other two schedules are: April 27 to April 30 and May 24 to May 28.
Who are JEE Main 2021 toppers?
The NTA said that as per the latest numbers, six students have managed to get a perfect score of 100 percentile. The Indian Express report says that these students are from Delhi, Chandigarh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Gujarat. The names of the JEE toppers are: Gujarat’s Ananth Krishna Kadambi; Chandigarh’s Guramrit Singh; Siddhant Mukherjee from Maharashtra; Ranjim Prabal Das and Pravar Kataria from Delhi; Rajasthan’s Saket Jha.