18 Students Get Rank 1 for JEE Main 2021 Result Session 4 Announced, Check the complete list

 JEE Main 2021 Result Session 4 Announced:

JEE Main 2021 session 4 A total of 10,48,012 students had applied for all four sessions of which 9,39,008 students had appeared for the exam. As many as 2,52,954 candidates appeared for all four sessions, as per the data provided by NTA.

The rank preparation list includes the results from all the sessions created based on a different formula. To give rank, students who share the same score undergo tie-breaking criteria. A total of 44 students obtain a 100 percentile score while 18 students get a rank of 1. JEE Main 2021 session 4 expected. To be released on 13th September 2021. However, it has postponed due to some official reasons.

Though the JEE Main 2021 Result has declared by NTA on Tuesday night i.e., 14th September 2021. Students can download their scorecards from jeemain.nta.nic.in and nta.ac.in. After the result declaration, the JoSAA counseling for admissions to IIITs, NITs will begin soon and main Advanced — IIT entrance exam registrations will also commence from September 15.

Andhra Pradesh has become the state to produce the maximum number of rank 1 holders with four students achieving the feat. For the first time, two female candidates have got rank 1. This year’s result has also marred by controversy. As the CBI investigation found that at least one of the exam centers in JEE Main 2021 compromised. A private coaching institute allegedly hacked into the systems and used them to attempt exams on behalf of students. Students promised seats in NITs in exchange for Rs 12 to 15 lakhs, as per sources in CBI.

Candidates will be able to check their JEE Main 2021 results using their application number and password. Moreover, NTA will also release the final answer key, cut-off and all India ranks along with the declaration of JEE Main 2021 result.

RANK 1 STUDENTS JEE MAIN 2021 SESSION 4

Gaurab Das – KarnatakaVaibhav
Vishal – BiharDuggineni
Venkata Paneesh – Andra Pradesh
Siddhant Mukherjee – Rajasthan
Ruchir Bansal – Delhi
Amaiya Singhal – Uttar Pradesh
Mridul Agarwal – Rajasthan
Komma Sharanya – Telangana
Josyula Venkata Aditya – Telangana
Atharva Abhijit Tambat – Maharashtra
Kavya Chopra – Delhi
Pasalva Veera Siva – Andra Pradesh
Kanchanapalli Rahul Naidu – Andhra Pradesh
Karanam Lokesh – Andhra Pradesh
Pulkit Goyal – Punjab
Pal Aggarwal – Uttar Pradesh
Guramrit Singh – Chandigarh
Anshul Verma – Rajasthan

Meet Girls who Created History by Getting Rank 1 in Engineering Entrance

Delhi’s Kavya Chopra and Ghaziabad’s Pal Aggarwal were the first women Who were ranked first in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main results. Which declared on Wednesday night. Both credit their success to their parents who never said no to them and let them make their choices.

JEE Advanced cut-off at 87.89 percentile

GEN-87.8992241
GEN(EWS)-66.2214845
OBC(NCL)- 68.0234447
SC-46.8825338
ST-34.6728999
PWD-0.0096375

JEE Main 2021 exam for session-4 conducted at 334 exam cities on 26th, 27th 31st August, and 1st, 2nd September 2021. Whereas the final answer key of JEE Main session-4 was already released on 8th September 2021.

HOW JEE MAIN 2021 RESULT SCORE WILL BE CALCULATED
Since the JEE Main is conducted in multiple shifts. Hence, NTA follows a normalization procedure based on percentile scores by considering the varied level of difficulty associated with each of the shifts.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to Check JEE Main Result 2021:

1. Visit the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in.
2. Click on JEE Mains 2021 result
3. You will be directed to a new page.
4. Submit your credentials
5. JEE Mains 2021 results will displayed on the screen.
6. Download the results and take a printout for future reference.

Starting this year, Joint Entrance Exam (JEE)-Main conducted four times. A year to offer flexibility to students and a chance to improve their scores. The first phase held in February and the second in March. The next phases were scheduled for April and May but those were postponed in view of the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. That raged through the country affecting lakhs.

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