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JEE Main March 2021 Result Published, 13 scores perfect 100
JEE March 2021 Results: The exam was held from March 16 to 18, with a total of 6,19,368 candidates registering. According to National Testing Agency officials, thirteen candidates scored a perfect 100 in the March edition of the engineering entrance exam JEE-Mains, the results of which were revealed on Wednesday. The exam was held from March 16 to 18, with a total of 6,19,368 candidates registering. JEE Main is an entrance exam for admission to government-funded technical institutes such as NITs, IIITs, and other NITs (GFTIs). The top 2,50,000 students who pass the exam will be eligible to take the JEE Advanced exam, which is used to determine IIT admissions.
Top 13 Students Scores Perfect 100: Siddharth Kalra and Kavya Chopra from Delhi; Telangana's Bannuru Rohit Kumar Reddy, Madur Adarsh Reddy, and Josyula Venkata Aditya; West Bengal's Bratin Mondal; Bihar's Kumar Satyadarshi; Rajasthan's Mridul Agarwal and Zenith Malhotra; Ashwin Abraham from Tamil Nadu; Maharashtra's Atharva Abj
NTA Scores Based: According to officials, NTA scores are based on the relative performance of all those who took the exam in one session and are normalized scores across multi-session papers. For each session of examinees, the marks obtained are translated into a scale varying from 100 to 0. "The percentage of marks obtained is not the same as the NTA ranking," a senior official explained. The exam was held in 792 locations across 334 countries, including 12 cities outside of India, including Baharain, Colombo, Doha, Dubai, Kathmandu, Kualalumpur, Lagos, Muscat, Riyadh, Sharjah, Singapore, and Kuwait.
"On the request of candidates, Kargil, Kuala Lumpur, and Lagos were added for the first time," the official said. The exam was repeated in 13 languages for the second time (English, Hindi, Gujarati along with Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu). Starting this year, the exam will be held four times a year to give students more versatility and the ability to boost their grades.
The first phase was held in February, followed by the second phase earlier this month, with the remaining phases taking place in April and May. "After the February, March, April, and May sessions of the JEE(Main)-2021 Exam, the candidates' ranks will be published in accordance with the protocol, taking into account the best of the four NTA scores," the official said.