JEE Mains Results Announced, 13 Candidates Score Perfect 100

JEE Mains Result 2021

JEE Main Results 2021 were announced on 24th March 2021, Wednesday at night by National Testing Agency with 13 candidates scoring a perfect 100 in the Paper (B.E/B.Tech). The NTA released the list of state-wise toppers and the students with perfect scores. Three candidates from Telangana and Rajasthan respectively, two from Delhi and Maharastra, and one from West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, and Bihar each have scored a perfect 100 percentile The perfect scorers were aspiring engineer students hailing from different Indian states.

Students who Achieved 100 percentile

  • Bannuru Rohit Kumar Reddy (Telangana)
  • Madur Adarsh Reddy (Telangana)
  • Josyula Venkata Aditya (Telangana
  • Mridul Agarwal (Rajasthan)
  • Zenith Malhotra (Rajasthan)
  • Rohit Kumar (Rajasthan)
  • Siddharth Kalra (Delhi)
  • Kavya Chopra (Delhi)
  • Bakshi Gargi Makarand (Maharastra)
  • Atharv Abhijit Tambat (Maharastra)
  • Bratin Mondal (West Bengal)
  • Ashwin Abraham (Tamil Nadu)
  • Kumar Satyadarshi (Bihar)

Meet these Student

Kavya Chopra tops JEE Main 2021, becomes first female to score 100  percentile | Education News,The Indian Express
Credit: Indian Express

Meet Kavya Chopra from Delhi who made History by becoming the First Female Candidate to get a perfect 100 Score with 300 out of 300 in all the sections!

Kavya is great at Maths, loves computers and plans to join IIT Bombay under Computer Science Engineering if she clears JEE Advance.

She also took the exam in the February session but got a 99.98 percentile. The student of DPS Vasant Kunj in Delhi clearly out-did herself in this session.

JEE Main topper Mridul Agarwal aims for IIT-Bombay, says Sundar Pichai's  success motivates him | Education News,The Indian Express
Credit: Indian Express

Meet Mridul Agrawal who secured 100 percentile with 300 out of 300 in all the subjects. He also took the February session exam but secured 99.99 percentile there. Talk about being your own competition!

Mridul aims to join IIT Bombay in the field of Computer Science. His next option is to join IISc Bangalore as he also secured AIR 1 in Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) scholarship exam this year.

Mridul is immensely inspired by Sundar Pichai, CEO of Alphabet and wishes to either work in a top tech company or run his own start-up.

Details on Upcoming JEE Mains Exams

NTA has conducted two of the four sessions for JEE Mains in February, March, April and May 2021. The results for the first session of JEE Mains conducted from 23rd to 26th February were out with 6 students scoring perfect 100 scores. Over 6.19 lakh candidates including international candidates registered for the exam and 5.9 lakh students took the test from 16 March to 18 March 2021. The provisional answer key was released on 1st March 2021. JEE Mains was held in 329 cities across India and in 9 foreign cities such as Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Lagos (Nigeria) Colombo (Sri Lanka), Doha (Qatar) and Kathmandu (Nepal).  

This year the exam was conducted in 13 regional languages: Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi, English, Assamese and Gujarati.

Candidates have the choice to appear in all the JEE Mains scheduled this year till May and JEE Advanced will be conducted on 3rd July 2021 after the scores of all the JEE Main 2021 sessions are announced.

NTA will reopen the registration window on 25th March 2021 for correction and registration for the cycles of the April and May exam. However, the final merit list will be announced only after Feb, March, April and May sessions are complete and will be released taking into consideration the best of four results of NTA exams.

How to download JEE Main 2021 scorecard?

  • Go to the National Testing Agency JEE Mains official website:
  • Click on JEE(Main) February Session Paper 1(B.E/B.Tech) Result 
  • Log in using your Application Number and Date of Birth
  • Candidates are advised to save the scorecard for future reference and the admission process.

Important Changes in JEE Mains 2021

  • JEE Main syllabus has not been reduced for the year 2021. 
  • JEE Main exam pattern has been changed. NTA has increased the number of questions from 25 to 30 questions from subjects like Maths, Physics and Chemistry. Students will have the option of answering 75 questions from 90 questions in Paper 1.
  • There will be no negative marking for numerical questions.
  • JEE Main will be held in 13 different languages.
  • Candidates have the option of applying for all the JEE sessions at once or after the conclusion of every session.
  • Candidates who were eligible for JEE Advanced 2020 and could not appear for the exam last year, can now appear for JEE Advanced 2021 in July.
  • All candidates have the option for appearing in all the sessions. The rank list will be released after the conclusion of JEE Mains.

You can check your result on the official website of NTA- 

The third session of JEE Mains will be conducted from 27th to 30th April 2021 and the admit card for this session will be available soon on the official NTA website. For more important news updates and educational content, follow Leverage Edu on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Quora.  

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