The result of JEE Main 2021 has arrived. The Union Minister of Education has given information. All those candidates who appeared in the examination conducted for the February session can check their scorecard by visiting the official website neemain.nic.in.
The result of JEE Main 2021 has arrived. Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has given information. All those candidates who appeared in the examination conducted for the February session can check their scorecard by visiting the official website neemain.nic.in.
The direct link to download the JEE Main 2021 scorecard has gone live on the homepage of the official website. Candidates can login with their registration number and download it. In JEE Main February 2021 session, 6 students have achieved 100 NTA score. At the same time, 41 students are included in the toppers list.
JEE Main Feb 2021 Result: How to Download
Step 1: Go to the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in.
Step 2: Scroll to the homepage and click on the direct link of the result shown below.
Step 3: Now enter your registration number and date of birth on the new page.
Step 4: The scorecard will appear on the screen, download it.
The examination was conducted from 23 to 26 February, in which a total of 6,71,776 candidates had appeared. Candidates have been given a place in merit as per tiebreaker rules. If a candidate is not satisfied with his score, then he has three more candidates left.
The education minister has clarified that students can appear for the exam one, two or all four times. In all the exams, the best score will be valid if different scores are scored. In such a case, students who are not satisfied with their February exam score can apply for the exam in March, April and May. Detailed information of exam date and application can be seen on the official website.
JEE Main Paper 1 contains Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry subjects. Each topic includes multiple choice questions in which negative marking is applied. If two or more students score the same NTA in JEE Main, the agency places candidates on the merit list according to its tie-breaker rule.
If two candidates have equal score, then merit will be given preference –
1. Mathematics will have more number.
2. There will be more numbers in physics.
3. There will be more numbers in the chemistry.
4. Who will be older.