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NTA JEE Main Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: The experts predicted that due to the overall difficulty level, the cut-off for JEE Main this year will be above 90 per cent. Check result at nta.ac.in, ntaresults.nic.in, jeemain.nta.nic.in.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: March 9, 2021 8:46:33 pm
JEE Main result 2021JEE Main Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: Download JEE Main 2021 result at nta.ac.in, jeemain.nta.nic.in. Representational image/ designed by Gargi Singh

JEE Main Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: The National Testing Agency (NTA) released the result for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main today. A total of 6.52 lakh (6,52,627) candidates who have applied to appear for paper 1 can check the results through the websites– nta.ac.in, ntaresults.nic.in, jeemain.nta.nic.in. Paper 1 is held for admissions to BE or BTech courses.

Meet JEE Main 2021 toppers | Covid-19 survivor Ranjim Das | Mumbai boy Siddhant Mukherjee | Guramrit Singh from Chandigarh  

The experts predicted that due to the overall difficulty level, the cut-off for JEE Main this year will be above 90 per cent. The cut-off is being prepared considering various factors that affect the exam — the total number of aspirants who appeared, the number of available seats, the difficulty level of the exam, previous year cut-off trends.

To check the result, candidates need to click on the ‘JEE Main result 2021’ link on the official websites. A new page will open. Enter your roll number and other details. Download your JEE Main result, take a print out for further reference.

JEE Main Result 2021 LIVE: Check updates in Hindi

This year, JEE Main is being conducted in multiple sessions, following February, the engineering entrance test will be held on March 15 to 18, April 27 to 30 and May 24 to 28.

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NTA JEE Main result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: Check merit list, cut-off, direct links

20:46 (IST)09 Mar 2021
Covid-19 survivor Ranjim Das tops JEE Main 2021 

Delhi boy and Covid-19 survivor Ranjim Das is one among the six students to have scored a 100 percentile in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main, February 2021 session, the result of which was declared on March 8. Ranjim told indianexpress.com that he skipped preparations only in the first two days of testing positive for coronavirus in November last year as he was suffering from fever and body ache. He returned to books soon. “I started preparing at home, where I was quarantined, and attended online classes.” 

14:40 (IST)09 Mar 2021
Meet JEE Main topper Guramrit Singh

Eighteen-year-old Guramrit Singh scored a perfect 100 percentile in the JEE Main exam held in February. But Singh plans to re-appear in the next session hoping that another attempt will boost his confidence for the JEE Advanced. “I will seek advice from my teachers before applying for the April or May sessions. While my entire focus is on Advanced and CBSE exams, another attempt in JEE Main will help me prepare for further challenges,” said Singh.

10:19 (IST)09 Mar 2021
10 female students score above 99 percentile  

In the girls category, 10 female students have scored above 99 percentile. A total of 1.97 lakh (1,97,771) students have registered for paper 1, out of which 1.85 lakh (1,85,574) students appeared in the engineering entrance.  

09:35 (IST)09 Mar 2021
Meet the toppers

A total of six students secured 100 per centile in JEE Main February session. The top scorers are- Saket Jha from Rajasthan, Pravar Kataria, Ranjim Prabal Das from Delhi, Guramrit Singh from Chandigarh, Maharashtra boy Siddhant Mukherjee, Ananth Krishna Kadambi from Gujarat 

21:21 (IST)08 Mar 2021
Websites to check JEE Main result

To check the result, click on the official website. On the homepage, click on the ‘JEE Main result 2021’ link. A new page will open. Enter your roll number and other details. Download your JEE Main result, take a print out for further reference 

21:11 (IST)08 Mar 2021
Nishank congratulates successful students of JEE Main

Congratulating the successful students, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal tweeted, "Dear students,  JEE (Main) February session 2021 results are out. Till last year, exams were done in 3 languages only but this time exams were conducted in 13 languages & results have been declared in 10 days- Great achievement by NTA." 

20:53 (IST)08 Mar 2021
JEE Main result released 

The result of  Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main has been released. A total of 6.52 lakh (6,52,627) candidates who have applied to appear for paper 1 can check the results through the websites– nta.ac.in, ntaresults.nic.in, jeemain.nta.nic.in

20:05 (IST)08 Mar 2021
Steps to check JEE Main result

To check the result, click on the official website. On the homepage, click on the ‘JEE Main result 2021’ link. A new page will open. Enter your roll number and other details. Download your JEE Main result, take a print out for further reference 

19:46 (IST)08 Mar 2021
JEE Main scores

JEE Main scores are normalised scores across multi-session papers and are based on the relative performance of all those who appeared for the examination in one session. The marks obtained are converted into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session of examinees.

19:28 (IST)08 Mar 2021
JEE Main result to be released soon: Nishank

The results of the JEE (Main) February 2021 session will be released by the National Testing Agency in a few hours from now, said Ramesh Pokhriyal. 

19:12 (IST)08 Mar 2021
JEE Main ranking

NTA to calculate best marks to calculate for ranking. Even if a student appear in the four session, the NTA will calculate his/her best marks out of the four exams

17:41 (IST)08 Mar 2021
JEE Main to be held in regional languages 

A total of 45,360 students will be taking the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main in Indian languages. Most of the examinees (6,70,332 students) have opted to appear for the JEE Main 2021 in the English language followed by Hindi which has 23,751 students. A total of 21,609 students will appear for the regional languages including Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. This is the first time, the exam is being held in regional languages

15:50 (IST)08 Mar 2021
Highlights of JEE Main January result

Last year, the first attempt was held in January and in the January attempt, a total of nine students have scored 100 percentile score; of them were twin brothers from Delhi have topped the exam by scoring 100 and 99.9 percentile score. One of the toppers,Divyanshu Aggarwal was born in a family of doctors and was expected to follow medicine at first but he claims that it was his love for mathematics that made him choose the engineering stream. Another 100 percentile scorer, Akhil Jain is set to be first engineer in his family. Born and brought up in Kota, Akhil was always inclined towards academics.

14:47 (IST)08 Mar 2021
How was JEE Main 2021 February session?

The paper in all the shifts of JEE Main 2021 February session was reviewed as moderately difficult, with difficulty level of maths, physics, chemistry varied session wise. A total of 6.61 lakh (6,61,776) candidates have registered for the February session which was commenced from February 23.

13:30 (IST)08 Mar 2021
How to check JEE Main result 2021 

Step 1: Visit the official websites- nta.ac.in, jeemain.nta.nic.in

Step 2: Click on view result/ score card link

Step 3: Enter JEE Main 2021 application number and date of birth

Step 4: NTA JEE Main Result will be displayed on the screen

Step 5: Download the JEE Main 2021 result

Step 6: Take a printout for future purposes.

12:44 (IST)08 Mar 2021
JEE Main result time  

The result of JEE Main is usually released in and around 4 to 6 pm, following the past trends. Meanwhile, last year, the engineering entrance result was announced around 11 pm. Once released, the students can download the score card through the websites-  jeemain.nta.nic.in, nta.ac.in. 

11:34 (IST)08 Mar 2021
How cut-off be calculated 

The cut-off will be prepared considering various factors that affect the exam — total number of aspirants appeared, number of available seats, difficulty level of the exam, previous year cut-off trends.

11:08 (IST)08 Mar 2021
Expert's prediction on cut-off 

Saurabh Kumar, director academics, Vidyamandir Classes said, “The cut-off this year can be around 90 percentile which is between 100 to 110 marks. As the difficulty level of the paper was higher this year, it can impact the cut-off. Some of the questions were from old CBSE syllabus.”

10:36 (IST)08 Mar 2021
Know JEE Main expected cut-off

After analysing the difficulty level of the JEE Main this year, the experts predicted that the cut-off this year will be above 90 per cent. Ramesh Batlish, head, FIITJEE Noida said, “Due to the overall difficulty level, the cut-offs are expected to be slightly higher than the last year.” However, the actual cut-off will depend on the remaining sessions of March, April and May.

10:20 (IST)08 Mar 2021
New paper pattern 

In the new paper pattern introduced, there will be no negative marking in the 15 alternative questions. The paper will have an option to attempt 75 questions out of 90, 25 questions each in the section of chemistry, physics and mathematics. Meanwhile, there will be no change in in the syllabus. The change in the question paper format is being introduced to accommodate school boards that have reduced classes 11 and 12 syllabus and those that haven’t

JEE Main result 2021 JEE Main Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: Download JEE Main result at nta.ac.in, jeemain.nta.nic.in. Representational image/ designed by Gargi Singh

JEE Main 2021 Result HIGHLIGHTS: The scores are normalised scores across multi-session papers and are based on the relative performance of all those who appeared for the examination in one session. The ranking of a candidate will be based on the best marks scored in any of the four attempts. Even if a student appears in the four session, the NTA will calculate his/her best marks out of the four exams.

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