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JEE Main 4th Session Result declared, 18 students share top rank AIR 1

In view of the prevailing Covid-19, this year the JEE Main has been conducted in 4 sessions instead of two

Wednesday September 15, 2021 12:32 PM, ummid.com News Network

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JEE Main May 2021 Result Live Update: As many as 18 students from different parts of the country have shared the top rank - All India Rank (AIR 1) in JEE Main 2021 final exam result of which was declared today.

As per the JEE Main 2021 result declared by the NTA around midnight today, a total of 44 students have secured 100 percentile.

List of JEE Main Toppers

The 18 toppers are Gaurab Das, Vaibhav Vishal, Duggineni Venkata Paneesh, Siddhant Mukherjee, Ruchir Bansal, Amaiya Singhal, Mridul Agarwal, Komma Sharanya, Josyula Venkata Aditya, Atharva Abhijt Tambat, Kavya Chopra, Pasala Veera Siva, Kanchanpalli Rahul Naidu, Karanam Lokesh, Pulkit Goyal, Pal Aggarwal, Guramrit Singh and Anshul Verma.

10:30 PM September 14, 2021: JEE Main Session 4 result 2021 will be declared today, All India Radio said citing Ministry of Education.

The Ministry has not mentioned the exact time but said result will be announced today, the All India Radio said.

08:40 PM September 14, 2021:The National Testing Agency (NTA) is most likely to declare today i.e. Tuesday September 14, 2021 the result of JEE Main 4th attempt on the website jeemain.nta.nic.in, multiple reports said.

Along with the result, the NTA is also likely to publish today percentile, all india rank (AIR), merit list and names of toppers. Canidates should note that NTA in itself has not confirmed anything regarding the result.

12:30 PM September 13, 2021: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is maintaining a guarded silence even as thousands of India and abroad are waiting for the JEE Main Session 4 result 2021.

The NTA had released the final answer key on September 8, 2021. As per the normal practice, JEE result is declared soon after the release of final answer key.

 

Accordingly, students are waiting since September 8 for the NTA to announce the result. The result however got delayed and the NTA has not officially given any reason for the delay.

Media reports on the other hand claimed that the hacking attempt by Kanpur based IT company might be the reason behind the delay in the JEE Main 2021 result.

The delay in JEE result has also forced IIT-K to defer online registration process for JEE Advanced – due to start on September 11. IIT-K had earlier said registration for JEE Advanced 2021 will start from today i.e. September 13, 2021.

This led to another round of speculation that JEE Mains Session 4 result will be declared today as registration for JEE Advanced begins only after declaration of JEE Main.

09:00 PM September 13, 2021: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is likely to declare JEE Main Session 4 result 2021 today i.e. Monday September 13, 2021 even as students are demanding re-evlauation.

Students are demanding re-evaluation after CBI probe indicated scam in JEE Main Session 4. As per the investigation, it was found that a private coaching agency allegedly hacked at least one exam centre and took exams on behalf of students.

September 12, 2021: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is likely to declare JEE Main Session 4 result 2021 any moment.

Once declared, the result will be accessible on official website jeemain.nta.nic.in.

September 09, 2021: JEE Main result declaration has been delayed. The NTA had earlier released the JEE Main Final Answer Key on September 8 which led to the speculations that the result will be declared on Thursday.

The NTA has not said anything why the result is delayed. IIT K meanwhile postponed registration for JEE Advanced till September 13, 2021. Accordingly, it is expected that JEE Main Session 4 result could be declared either today or tomorrow.

September 09, 2021: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has made the necessary changes in JEE Main official website ahead of the declaration of Session 4 May 2021 result.

Candidates meanwhile should also get ready for JEE Advanced 2021 which will be held on October 3.

Top 2.5 lakh students of JEE Main are eligible to register for JEE Advanced 2021. Those who won't qualify will go through the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA counselling 2021) for seats in other central institutions such as the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and other government-funded institutions.

12:00 pm The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released on the JEE official website jeemain.nta.nic.in the Final Answer Keys of JEE Main May 2021 (JEE Main 4th session) and is set to declare the result along with All India Rank (AIR) soon.

Steps to check "JEE Main May 2021 Result"

1. Click here to go to the official website: jeemain.nta.nic.in.
2. On the home page, click on violet color bar which is marked with "JEE (Main) 2021 4th Session NTA Score Paper 1 (BE/BTech)".
3. Enter Application Number, Date of Birth and Security Pin as you see in the box.
4. Click on "Submit" button to check your JEE score and rank.

Candidates should note that along with the result, NTA will also publish the toppers list (merit list) and their names, cut off and rank list (AIR - All India Rank).

The National Testing Agency (NTA) had released on its official website jeemain.nta.nic.in the Provisional Answer Key and Question Paper with Recorded Responses for Answer Key Challenge of JEE Main 4th attempt held in August and September, 2021.

In view of the prevailing Covid-19, this year the JEE Main has been conducted in 4 sessions instead of two. The 4th session of JEE Main was held in 334 cities, whereas earlier the examination was held in 232 cities.

The NTA said this year the number of examination centres in each shift has been increased from 660 to 828.

The NTA had released on August 6 the result of JEE Main 3rd Session held in July, 2021.


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