JEE Main 2021 March Session Results Released; Check Now

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The National Testing Agency released the JEE Main 2021 results for the March session yesterday, 24 March 2021, online on its official website. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can check their scores by logging in to their accounts. The exam was held from 16 to 18 March 2021 for the March session. 

A total of 6,19,368 candidates appeared for the exam, out of which thirteen candidates got a perfect score of 100. Candidates who scored a perfect 100 in the March session are- 

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

How to Check JEE Main 2021 Results for March Session? 

The NTA released the March session results yesterday, 24 March 2021, online on the official website. Candidates can perform the given steps to check their results. 

Step 1: Visit the official website – jeemain.nta.nic.in

Step 2: Click on either of the links provided to check the results. 

Step 3: Enter your application number and password. 

Step 4: A screen will appear showing your results for the JEE Main 2021 March session.  

Step 5: Download and take a printout of the same for further reference.

Click here to check out the JEE Main 2021 March session results

JEE Main exam is conducted four times a year to provide candidates flexibility and a chance to enhance their scores. The first phase was held in February, and the second phase from 16-18 March 2021. Moreover, the NTA will conduct the next two phases in April and May. The official stated, “After the Feb, March, April, and May Session of JEE Main 2021, the ranks of the candidates will be released, taking into consideration the best of the four NTA scores in accordance with the policy.”

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