JEE Main Result 2021 Session 4 – NTA has announced JEE Main 2021 result for session 4 on September 15. JEE Main result link 2021 session 4 has been activated at the official website- jeemain.nta.nic.in and ntaresults.nic.in. A total of 44 Candidates have secured 100 percentile, and 18 candidates have secured rank 1 cumulatively in all four sessions. 8 candidates secured 100 percentile in the Jee Main May/August session 2021. To check JEE Main result August 2021, candidates must use their login credentials- Application Number, Password/DoB, and Security Pin. The JEE Main result 2021 August session consists of total NTA score, percentile, subject-wise score, etc. NTA has also released the JEE Main Toppers List 2021 (100 percentile) and cut off along with the result.
After the JEE Main result declaration, the JoSAA counselling for admissions to IIITs, NITs will commence soon. The JEE Advanced registration will also begin from September 15, 2021. Over 7.32 lakhs candidates have registered for JEE Main Session 4 exam. The top 2.5 lakh candidates qualified in NTA JEE Main 4th attempt result 2021 will appear for JEE Advanced 2021. The score obtained will be combined from the marks obtained from all the subjects in JEE Main exam and will be in the form of percentile.
|JEE Main 2021 Percentile vs Rank||JEE Main 2021 Marks vs Rank|
|JEE Main 2021 Question Paper (Official Out)||JEE Main 2021 Answer Key (Official Out)|
|JEE Main Normalization||JEE Main 2021 Rank List|
NTA adopts a normalization process to calculate percentile for all students. The percentile results are calculated, keeping the result of toppers in perspective. After obtaining the NTA JEE Mains Result 2021, students can participate in the counselling process according to their JEE Main rank. This counselling process is conducted by JoSAA, and it helps students obtain admission to the desired college. JoSAA counselling has multiple rounds, through which students decide their prospective colleges and pay admission fees.
JEE Main is the premier national level examination B.E./B.Tech., B.Arch. and B.Planning courses. Based on the JEE Mains result 2021, candidates will get admission into various NITs, GFTIs, and other JEE Main participating colleges. JEE Mains also acts as an eligibility test for the JEE Advanced exam. The JEE Main 2021 Feb, March, July session had already been released on the NTA’s official website. Read the article to know all about NTA JEE Main result 2021 August session releasing date and time, Marks vs Rank vs Percentile and more.
JEE Main Toppers 2021 – All India Rank 1
A total of 18 candidates have got rank 1 in JEE Mains 2021.
|Rank 1 Holder||State|
|Amaiya Singhal||Uttar Pradesh|
|Pasalva Veera Siva||Andra Pradesh|
|Kanchanapalli Rahul Naidu||Andra Pradesh|
|Karanam Lokesh||Andra Pradesh|
|Josyula Venkata Aditya||Telangana|
|Pal Aggarwal||Uttar Pradesh|
|Atharva Abhijit Tambat||Maharashtra|
|Duggineni Venkata Paneesh||Andra Pradesh|
NTA JEE Main Result 2021 Session 4 – Highlights
|JEE Main Result 2021 Session 4 (May/August) date||September 15, 2021 (Announced)|
|JEE Main 4th Attempt Result 2021 Website Links||jeemain.nta.nic.in|
|JEE Main Session 4 Result Announcement Authority||National Testing Agency (NTA)|
|JEE Mains Session 4 Result Announcement Mode||Online|
|No. of Rank 1 Candidates in JEE Main 2021||18|
|No. of 100 percentiles in JEE Main May/August (Session 4) 2021||8|
|No. of 100 percentiles in JEE Main April/July (Session 3) 2021 Paper 1||17|
|No. of 100 percentiles in JEE Main March (Session 2) 2021 Paper 1||13|
|No. of 100 percentiles in JEE Main February (Session 1) 2021 Paper 1||6|
|No. of 100 percentiles in JEE Main February (Session 1) 2021 Paper 2||2|
JEE Main Result 2021 Session 4 Date and Time
National Testing Agency (NTA) will announce JEE Main result 2021 August session by September 10. Candidates can check the JEE Main result 2021 4th session date here.
NTA JEE Main Result Date 2021 August (Session 4)
|JEE Main May/August Session||August 26, 27, 31 and September 1 & 2, 2021|
|JEE Main 4th Attempt Result Date 2021||September 15, 2021 (Announced)|
|JEE Main Cut off 2021||Along with Session 4 Result (September 15, 2021)|
|JEE Advanced 2021 Registration||September 15, 2021, onwards|
|JEE Advanced 2021 Exam||October 3, 2021|
|JEE Main Feb Session||February 23-26, 2021|
|JEE Main Feb Result Date 2021||March 8, 2021 (Released)|
|JEE Main March Session||March 16-18, 2021|
|JEE Main March Result Date 2021||March 24, 2021 (Released)|
|JEE Main July Session (third attempt)||July 20, 22, 25, & 27, 2021|
|JEE Main 2021 result date session 3||August 6, 2021 (Released)|
JEE Main Result Date Trends – Previous Session or Years
|JEE Mains Session/Attempt||JEE Mains Result Date|
|JEE Main 4th Attempt result date 2021 (May/August session)||September 15, 2021|
|JEE Main April/July result date 2021||August 6, 2021|
|JEE Main March result date 2021||March 24, 2021|
|JEE Main February Paper 2 result 2021||March 18, 2021|
|JEE Main February Paper 2 result 2021||March 8, 2021|
|JEE Main September result 2020||September 11, 2020|
|JEE Main January result 2020||January 17, 2020|
|JEE Main April Result 2019||April 29, 2019|
|JEE Main January Result 2019||January 19, 2019|
|JEE Mains paper 1 result 2018||April 30, 2018|
|JEE Mains paper 2 result 2018||April 30, 2018|
How To Check JEE Main Result 2021 August Session?
NTA has released the JEE Main 2021 result August session on their website- jeemain.nta.nic.in. Let’s look at how you can check your JEE Main result 2021 session 4:
Steps To Download JEE Main 2021 Result cum Scorecard for Session 4 (May/August)
Step 1st: Go to the official website URL- jeemain.nta.nic.in
Step 2nd: Click on the link of “View Result/Score Card”. This will open a new page where you can enter mandatory details such as Application Number, Date of Birth, and security code.
Step 3rd: After filling in the required details, click on the “Login” button. This will display your JEE Main May result 2021 on the screen, similar to the image below. Now you can print the JEE Mains result August 2021 session and save a copy for the counselling and admission process.
What Details Provided in NTA JEE Main Result 2021 Session 4
To participate in the counselling process, you will require a JEE Main 4th attempt result/ scorecard. The JEE Main result 2021 session 4 will contain all the crucial information such as your Rank, Score, Candidate Name, Roll No., category-wise rank, cut off, and the total number of marks obtained. Here is the list of details mentioned in the JEE Main 2021 Result August session:
- Application No.
- Student Name
- Father’s Name
- Mother’s Name
- Date of Birth (DoB)
- State code of eligibility
- Marks obtained in JEE Main 2021 (Subject-wise and total)
- NTA Score
JEE Main Result / Scorecard Image – Paper 1
JEE Main Result / Scorecard Image – Paper 2
The scorecard can be obtained through the JEE Main login portal and is not sent via email, SMS, or postal services, so students should avoid fraudulent activities that promise access to scorecards through them. For JEE Main 2021, the scorecard will consider the best of all 4 exam attempts by the student.
What Details Mentioned in JEE Main Final Result 2021
The final JEE Mains 2021 result will declare after the May exam (Session 4) for all those candidates who have appeared in all 4 session exams. The final result will contain the details mentioned below:
- Total score obtained in February session
- Total score obtained in March session
- Total score obtained in April session
- Total score obtained in May session
- The best out of 4 JEE Main 2021 score
- All India Rank (AIR) in JEE Main 2021
- Candidate’s category (if reserved category applies)
- JEE Advanced cut off (JEE Mains qualifying Cutoff)
JEE Main Final Result 2021 Image – Paper 1
Discrepancy in NTA JEE Main Result 2021 August Session: Helpline Numbers
If there is any discrepancy in the NTA JEE Main result 2021 session 4, candidates can contact the officials on the contact number below.
Contact No. : 0120 6895200, 011-40759000
Email id: email@example.com
JEE Main Result 2021: Subject Combinations Required
JEE Main 2021 Percentile Score
To determine the JEE Main result, NTA uses the process called normalization. As the exam is normally held multiple times (4 times in 2021), this process ensures that no candidate is graded unfairly. Let’s look at how your JEE Main percentile score will be calculated:
How To Calculate JEE Main Percentile Score?
Percentile scores are calculated based on all the candidates that have appeared in the exam. Accordingly, a percentile score shows your score in comparison to the top-scoring candidate in the exam. Considering that the highest score obtained by a candidate is 100 (which is highly probable since 24 candidates received a 100 percentile in JEE Main 2021), your score will be a comparative measure to the top score.
The formula to calculate percentile score for JEE Main is:
(100 x number of candidates appeared in the session with a raw score equal to or less than the candidate) / total number of candidates who appeared in that session
By calculating percentile, a candidate can calculate their rank and determine if they are eligible to take the JEE Advanced exam get admission in their desired college. However, the Normalization and Calculation of JEE Main Percentile relies on trend analysis as well, in which the scores of the past 5 years are taken into account. However, this formula will give you a rough estimate of your ranking.
JEE Main 2021 results for each session will be prepared in the form of:
- Raw Score
- Percentiles Scores separately for individual subjects (Maths, Physics, Chemistry) and the total score.
- The following 4 percentiles will be calculated for each candidate in a session:
JEE Main 2021 Result: Tie-Breaking Resolution
NTA has dropped the age factor as a tie-breaking policy. In case two or more candidates secure equal NTA JEE Main scores, then the inter se merit will be determined in the following way:
JEE Mains Result 2021 – Tie-breaker for Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech.)
- NTA score in Maths: Candidate who get more percentile score in Maths followed by,
- NTA score in Physics: Candidate who get more percentile score in Physics followed by,
- NTA score in Chemistry: Candidate who get more percentile score in Chemistry followed by,
- Lesser Negative Marks: The candidate having a lesser ratio of negative answers in the paper.
JEE Mains Result 2021 – Tie-breaker for Paper 2 (B.Arch)
- NTA score in Maths: Candidate who gets higher marks in Maths will be given a higher rank
- NTA score in Aptitude Test: Higher score in the aptitude test will be given a higher rank
- NTA score in Drawing Test: Higher score in the drawing test will be given a higher rank
- Lesser negative response: The candidate having a fewer number of negative answers in the paper.
JEE Mains Result 2021 – Tie-breaker for Paper 3 (B.Planning)
- NTA score in Maths: Candidate who obtains higher marks in Maths will be given a higher rank
- NTA score in Aptitude Test: Candidate with the higher score in the aptitude test will be given a higher rank
- NTA score in Planning Based Questions: Candidate will higher marks in planning based questions will be given the higher rank
- Lesser negative response: The candidate having a fewer number of negative answers in the paper.
Note: In case the tie stands unresolved, the same rank is given to the candidates
Difference between JEE Main Percentage and Percentile Score
When it comes to the JEE Main percentage and percentile, many candidates get confused and take them in common, while they are totally 2 different entities. The JEE Main percentage results from absolute marking, while the JEE Main percentile is calculated through relative marking.
Calculating JEE Main Percentage: A percentage is a number out of 100
Formula – (100 * Marks obtained by candidate) / Total marks
Calculating JEE Main Percentile: The percentile score will reflect how many candidates have scored below that candidate in the JEE Main exam. A Percentile score is a value below which a certain per cent of observations falls.
Formula – (100 * Number of candidates in the session with aggregate marks less than that obtained by the candidate) / Total number of candidates who appeared in the session.
JEE Main Topper 2021 – 100 Percentilers
Candidates can check below the JEE Mains toppers list (100 percentiles) for February, March, April/May and May/August session exams:
JEE Main May/August Toppers List 2021 (Session 4)
The list of JEE Main 2021 toppers list Session 4 has been released along with the result. A total of 8 candidates have got 100 percentile in JEE Mains session 4 exams, making the total to 44 in all four exam sessions.
JEE Main April/July Toppers List 2021 (Session 3)
A total of 17 candidates have got 100 percentile (NTA Score). The list of JEE Main 2021 toppers list April/July (Session 3) is provided below:
1. AMAIYA SINGHAL
2. ANMOL ARICHWAL
3. ANSHUL VERMA
4. DUGGINENI VENKATA PANEESH
5. GAURAB DAS
7. JOSYULA VENKATA ADITYA
9. KARANAM LOKESH
10. MADUR ADARSH REDDY
11. PAL AGGARWAL
12. PASALA VEERA SIVA
13. POLU LAKSHMI SAI LOKESH REDDY
14. PRAVAR KATARIA
15. RUCHIR BANSAL
16. VAIBHAV VISHAL
17. VELAVALI VENKATA KARTHIKEYA SAI VYDHIK
JEE Main March Toppers List 2021 (Session 2)
For the JEE Main March session, NTA had released the JEE Mains toppers list. A total of 13 candidates had received 100 percentile (NTA Score) in JEE Mains March session. A total of 5,56,248 candidates had appeared for the JEE Main March 2021 Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech).
- ASHWIN ABRAHAM
- ATHARVA ABHIJIT TAMBAT
- BAKSHI GARGI MAKARAND
- BANNURU ROHIT KUMAR REDDY
- BRATIN MONDAL
- JOSYULA VENKATA ADITYA
- KAVYA CHOPRA
- KUMAR SATYADARSHI
- MADUR ADARSH REDDY
- MRIDUL AGARWAL
- ROHIT KUMAR
- SIDDHARTH KALRA
- ZENITH MALHOTRA
JEE Main February Toppers List 2021 (Session 1)
6 candidates have scored 100 percentile in the JEE Main 2021 February session exam
|Candidate Name||State Code of Eligibility|
|PRAVAR KATARIA||DELHI (NCT)|
|RANJIM PRABAL DAS||DELHI (NCT)|
|ANANTH KRISHNA KIDAMBI||GUJARAT|
JEE Main 2021 Cutoff
NTA will release the JEE Main cutoff 2021 along with the results. There are notably two types of cutoff in JEE Main exams – the qualifying cutoff and admission cutoff. Let’s look at them one by one:
What is a Qualifying Cutoff?
When students appear for the JEE Main exam, they require a baseline score to qualify for the JEE Advanced exam. This cutoff is obtained after JEE Main results are declared; they help students apply for the JEE Advanced exam, granting admission to IITs across India. Check the qualifying cutoff for JEE Mains 2021 in the table given below:
JEE Main Qualifying Cut off 2021
|Category||JEE Main Cut Off 2021|
What is an Admission Cutoff?
When the JEE Mains 2021 results are declared, all institutions have individual cutoffs depending on JEE Main rankings. These are unique for all institutions, and students can check cutoffs during the counselling process to check if they are eligible for admission in their respective institutes. Since JEE Main Admission Cutoffs are institute specific, students should check category-wise qualifying marks for all institutions.
Your cutoff is determined based on the number of candidates that appeared for the JEE Main 2021 examination, the number of available seats, the difficulty level of the paper, as well as previous year’s cutoffs.
JEE Main Admission Cutoff 2020
|NITs cutoff||IIITs cutoff||GFTIs cutoff|
|Round 1||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
|Round 2||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
|Round 3||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
|Round 4||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
|Round 5||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
|Round 6||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
Previous Year JEE Mains Cutoff Trends
Candidates can check the previous year’s cutoff trends for JEE Mains mentioned in the table below:
JEE Mains Cutoff Trends
JEE Main Rank List 2021
Along with the result of JEE Mains 2021 session 4, the NTA has also released the JEE Main 2021 rank list, reflectings the secured candidates’ ranks in the examination. 18 candidates are on rank 1 in JEE Mains 2021. Candidates will be allotted AIR (All India Rank ) and the category wise ranks for JEE Mains. The ranks will be prepared based upon the JEE Main percentile obtained by candidates.
JEE Main Marks Vs Rank 2021
While the rankings can change depending on the number of students that apply/appear for the April Exam, here is a previous year JEE Main Marks vs Rank Range (January 2020). With its help, candidates can get an idea about their expected rank and percentile based on the marks they scored.
JEE Mains Marks Vs Rank
|JEE Mains Marks||JEE Mains Rank|
|-75 to -20||1074300 to 1071804|
|-19 to -10||1071460 to 1058151|
|0 to 10||991222 to 831941|
|11 to 20||796929 to 615134|
|21 to 30||573996 to 400110|
|31 to 40||385534 to 264383|
|41 to 50||246089 to 175204|
|51 to 60||165679 to 120612|
|61 to 70||115045 to 85657|
|71 to 80||82249 to 63079|
|81 to 90||60147 to 48371|
|91 to 100||46076 to 36253|
|101 to 110||34966 to 27838|
|111 to 120||26321 to 21321|
|121 to 130||20164 to 16084|
|131 to 140||15501 to 12281|
|141 to 150||11678 to 9302|
|151 to 160||8949 to 7004|
|161 to 170||6706 to 5240|
|171 to 180||5003 to 3932|
|181 to 190||3709 to 2869|
|191 to 200||2664 to 2004|
|201 to 210||1888 to 1426|
|211 to 220||1367 to 979|
|221 to 230||911 to 655|
|231 to 240||599 to 402|
|241 to 250||367 to 230|
|250 to 262||210 to 103|
|263 to 270||83 to 55|
|271 to 280||49 to 24|
JEE Mains Percentile Vs Marks
|JEE Main Percentile||JEE Main Marks|
|99.9946812032638 to 99.997394875068||271 to 280|
|99.9909906096101 to 99.9940299220308||263 to 270|
|99.9772051568448 to 99.9888196721667||250 to 262|
|99.9601632979145 to 99.9750342194015||241 to 250|
|99.9349804235716 to 99.9563641573886||231 to 240|
|99.9011137994553 to 99.9289017987302||221 to 230|
|99.8516164257469 to 99.8937326121479||211 to 220|
|99.7950635053476 to 99.845212160289||201 to 210|
|99.7108311325455 to 99.7824720681761||191 to 200|
|99.5973996511304 to 99.6885790237511||181 to 190|
|99.4569399985455 to 99.573193698637||171 to 180|
|99.272084675244 to 99.4312143898418||161 to 170|
|99.0286140409721 to 99.2397377073381||151 to 160|
|98.7323896268267 to 98.9902969950969||141 to 150|
|98.3174149345299 to 98.6669358629096||131 to 140|
|97.8112608696124 to 98.2541321080562||121 to 130|
|97.1429377776765 to 97.6856721385145||111 to 120|
|96.2045500677875 to 96.9782721725982||101 to 110|
|94.9985943180054 to 96.0648502433078||91 to 100|
|93.4712312797351 to 94.7494792463808||81 to 90|
|91.0721283110867 to 93.1529718505396||71 to 80|
|87.5122250914779 to 90.7022005707394||61 to 70|
|82.0160627661434 to 86.9079446541208||51 to 60|
|73.2878087751462 to 80.9821538087469||41 to 50|
|58.1514901857346 – 71.3020522957121||31 to 40|
|37.6945295632834 – 56.5693109770195||21 to 30|
|13.4958497103427 – 33.2291283360524||11 to 20|
|0.843517743614459 – 9.69540662201048||0 to 10|
|0.843517743614459 – 0.843517743614459||-19 to -10|
|0.843517743614459 – 0.843517743614459||-75 to -20|
JEE Mains Reservation Criteria 2021
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has already released the reservation criteria for JEE Main 2021 and the information brochure. Candidates can check below the category wise reservation criteria for JEE Mains participating institutes:
JEE Mains Reservation Criteria for Colleges run by Central government
|Categories||% of Reservation|
|Other Backward Classes-Non Creamy Layer (OBC-NCL)||27%|
|Scheduled Castes (SC)||15%|
|General-Economically Weaker Sections (GEN-EWS)||10%|
|Scheduled Tribes (ST)||7.5%|
|Persons with Disabilities (PwD)||5% in each category|
What To Do After Getting Your JEE Mains Result 2021?
Once you have received your JEE Mains result 2021, the first thing you need to do is check the qualifying cutoff for JEE Advanced 2021. By the time JEE Main results are declared, IIT releases a notification regarding the exam date for JEE Advanced and opens applications for JEE Advanced. It should be noted that the cutoff might be unique for different categories.
After you have checked your qualifying cutoff, you must have an idea if you qualify for JEE Advanced exams. If you do not qualify for JEE Advanced, you can start the JoSAA Counselling Process. 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 25 IIITs, and 28 GFTIs participate in the JoSAA Counselling Process. The entire process of seat allocation, admission, and payment of admission fees is done centrally. You will only need to physically visit the institute to submit original documents at the very end.
JEE Mains Seat Matrix
|Institute name||Total no. of seats|
|Government-funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs)||5806|
|Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs)||4713|
|Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)||13,583|
|National Institutes of Technology (NITs)||21,133|
JEE Mains Result Statistics
Candidates can check below the JEE Main result 2021 and previous year’s result statistics for JEE Mains:
JEE Mains 2021 Result Statistics
JEE Mains February Result Statistics 2021
JEE Mains Result Statistics 2020
JEE Mains Result Statistics 2019
|JEE Mains Details||January||April|
|Number of candidates registered for Paper 1||9,29,198||9,35,755|
|Number of candidates who appeared for Paper 1||8,74,469||8,81,096|
|Number of candidates registered for Paper 2||1, 80,052||1,69,759|
|Number of candidates who appeared for Paper 2||1,45,386||1, 44,032|
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FAQs About JEE Mains Result 2021 Session 4
Here are some FAQs regarding JEE Main result August Session 2021 and their answers:
|Question 1: When will NTA release the JEE Main result 2021 session 4?|
Answer 1: NTA has released the JEE Main 2021 August Session Result on the official website on September 15.
|Question 2: When will NTA declare the List of AIl India Rank (AIR) of candidates for JEE Main 2021?|
Answer 2: A total of 18 candidates have got All India Rank 1.
|Question 3: How many students registered for JEE Main 2021 session exam?|
Answer 3: Over 7.32 Lakh students have registered for JEE Mains Session 4 exam. A total of 620153 students appeared (Out of 652490 registration) for the February session of JEE Main Paper 1 exam, and approx. 51229 candidates (out of 63066 registration) have appeared for JEE Main Feb paper 2 exam.
|Question 4: Where can I check my JEE Main Session Result 2021?|
Answer 3: You can check your JEE Mains Session 4 Result 2021 online at jeemain.nta.nic.in.
|Question 5: What do I need to check my JEE Mains Result 2021?|
Answer 5: You will need your exam Application Number, Date of Birth, and Security Pin to check your JEE Main Result 2021.
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