JEE Main result 2021 for Session 4 released, 44 scores 100 percentiles

JEE Main result 2021 for Session 4 released, 44 scores 100 percentiles JEE Main result 2021 for Session 4 released, 44 scores 100 percentiles

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the JEE Main 2021 result for Session 4 and the links will be accessible shortly on the official websites jeemain.nta.nic.in, ntaresults.nic.in, and nta.ac.in. According to the education ministry, 44 JEE Mains 2021 winners received 100 percentile marks. AIR 1 has been given to 18 of them.

On Tuesday night, the education ministry said that the JEE results will be released "today." Over 7.09 lakh candidates have enrolled for the JEE Main Session 4 examination. JEE Main is being held four times this year for the first time.

The official JEE website has already posted the final answer key for JEE Main Session 4.

Because of the Covid-19 epidemic, the JEE Main 2021 Session 3 and 4 were postponed for a lengthy period. The fourth session of the JEE Mains 2021 was held on August 26, 27, 31, and September 1 and 2.

In the February session of JEE Main, 9 students received 100 percentile marks, whereas 13 students received 100 percentile points in the March session. 17 applicants received 100 percentile points in Session 3, or the August session.

JEE Advanced 2021 registration will open on September 11th, and the top 2.5 lakh candidates who pass JEE Main 2021 will be eligible to take the exam.

JEE Advanced 2021 registration will open on September 11th, and the top 2.5 lakh candidates who pass JEE Main 2021 will be eligible to take the exam.

Along with the Session 4 results, the NTA will publish the all-India merit list and category-wise cut-off list for JEE Main.

Both Paper 1 BE, BTech and Paper 2 BArch and BPlanning will have their results published for JEE Main 2021.

JEE Main 2021 topper list

Here's the list of the top 18 Rank 1 holders in the JEE Main 2021 results:  

Students Name

State

Gaurab Das

Karnataka

Vaibhav Vishal

Bihar

Duggineni Venkata Paneesh

Andhra Pradesh

Siddhant Mukherjee

Rajasthan

Anshul Verma

Rajasthan

Mridul Agarwal

Rajasthan

Ruchir Bansal

Delhi

Kavya Chopra

Delhi

Amaiya Singhal

Uttar Pradesh

Pal Agarwal

Uttar Pradesh

Komma Sharanya

Telangana

Joysula Venkata Aditya

Telangana

Pasala Veera Siva

Andhra Pradesh

Karnam Lokesh

Andhra Pradesh

Kanchanapalli Rahul Naidu

Andhra Pradesh

Pulkit Goyal

Punjab

Guramrit Singh

Chandigarh

 

 

Steps to check JEE Main 2021 Session 4 answer key

The JEE Main 2021 result for Session 4 will be based on the final answer key for Session 4 issued by JEE Main. The answer keys allow students to get an approximation of their JEE score.

The provisional answer keys for JEE Main Session 4 were issued earlier, and students had till July 31 to file complaints.

Follow these procedures to verify the JEE Mains 2021 result 2021 answer key for Session 4 that finished on September 2.

Step 1: Visit the official website, i.e., jeemain.nta.nic.in.

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link that reads, 'NTA JEE Main session 4 - Final Answer Key 2021'.

Step 3: A new page with a PDF file will appear on the screen.

Step 4: Check the final answer key and download it for future reference.

How to calculate JEE Main result 2021 marks from the answer key

Once you get the JEE Main answer key, you may compute a rough approximation of your score.

The JEE Main marking method awards 4 points for each valid answer and subtracts one point for each incorrect response.

In the numerical section, there are no negative markings.

JEE Mains 2021 result: How are tied resolved?

If two students have the same score in the JEE Main result 2021, NTA uses a few variables as a tie-breaker to determine the final rank.

Here are the JEE Main tie-breakers in the order they are followed for Paper 1 (BE/BTech):

Step 1: Those with more marks in maths will get better ranks even if their total marks are the same.

Step 2: The student scoring more in Physics will rank higher.

Step 3: The student scoring more in Chemistry will rank higher.

Step 4: The student who has fewer negative responses will rank higher.

Here are the JEE Main tie-breakers in the order they are followed for Paper 2 (BArch/BPlanning):

Step 1: Those with more marks in maths will get better ranks even if their total marks are the same.

Step 2: The student scoring more in the Aptitude test will rank higher.

Step 3: The student scoring more in the Drawing test will rank higher.

Step 4: The student who has fewer negative responses will rank higher.

JEE Main result 2021: How are percentiles calculated?

The percentiles, not the total marks, are considered in the JEE Mains 2021 outcome.

Students are awarded percentile marks depending on how well they fared about other students who took the JEE Main exam.

The percentile marks for each JEE Main session would be different. Those who score in the top ten per cent of the class receive a perfect score. Other pupils' grades are then normalised.

Here is NTA’s normalisation formula:

(100 x no. of candidates in the particular JEE Main session whose raw score is equal to or less than the candidate)/ total no. of candidates in the particular JEE Main session

JEE Mains 2021 result: Which engineering college should you choose?

The government has issued the NIRF Ranking 2021, which ranks India's best institutes in several disciplines.

JEE Mains 2021 result: How to download scorecards

Follow these steps to download the JEE Main 2021 scorecard:

Step 1: Visit the official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in

 Step 2: Click on the result link

 Step 3: Log-in using your personal details.

 Step 4: Download the scorecard available.

For top colleges in India, the JEE Main scorecard is now vital for admission purposes.

This is because due to the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuing board exam cancellations, top engineering colleges are not looking at board exam marks for creating the merit lists.

JEE Mains 2021 result: How are percentile and normalisation different?

Percentile scores are determined by comparing the raw scores of different candidates.

The candidates' percentiles are then normalised across the session. The process of normalisation of marks is used to compare applicants' scores across many sessions of examinations. This approach is frequently used in large education examinations in India.

The percentile score will be the normalised score for the examination (rather than the candidate's raw marks) and will be used to compile the merit lists. To eliminate the bunching effect and decrease ties, percentile scores will be calculated up to 7 decimal places.

Qualifying Cut-off vs admission cut-off

There are two sorts of cut-off marks in the JEE Main result.

The JEE Main qualifying cut-off is the minimum score required to participate in JEE Advanced.

After the JEE Advanced results are announced, JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) will disclose the JEE Main entrance cut-off in the form of opening and closing ranks for each institute.

JEE Advanced 2021 to allow candidates from JEE Main 2020 and 2021

Although JEE Advanced normally only permits students who have passed JEE Main in the same year to sit for it, this year, JEE Main qualifiers from both 2020 and 2021 will be eligible to do so.

This is because of the Covid-19 epidemic, which prevented many JEE Main 2020 qualifiers from taking the JEE Advanced 2020 exam.

What to check in JEE scorecard

Candidates should double-check their name, roll number, personal information, and mark calculation.

This year, the JEE Main scorecard is crucial since engineering institutions do not use Class 12 board test results to determine merit rankings.

Students should report any errors to NTA as soon as possible.

The JEE Main result is not kept on the NTA website for over 90 days. You should download the JEE result and save a printout of it once you are allowed to see it.

Former Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' introduced revised BArch admissions criteria this year in March.

“In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, admission eligibility for BArch degree course has been relaxed for academic session 2021-2022. Minimum requirement of 50% in PCM and aggregate of 10+2 is relaxed to only pass in Class 12 with PCM subjects/10+3 Diploma with Mathematics,” Pokhriyal had tweeted.

What after JEE Main?

Don't panic if you didn't get a decent score in JEE Main. The JEE Main score is used by numerous engineering institutions, including NITs, GFTIs, IIITs, state-level engineering colleges, and several private engineering colleges. You can apply to such colleges or try your luck again the next year.

Because of the events surrounding Covid-19, the criteria of a minimum of 75% in Class 12 board examinations for admission to NITs and CFTIs have been eliminated, and admissions will exclusively depend on JEE Main 2020 scores.

You could find that your JEE Main January score is higher than your JEE Main September score, in which case you can apply for admissions using your JEE Main January scores.