JEE Main topper Nisarg Chadha
JEE Main topper Nisarg Chadha

JEE Main 2020 results: 24 students achieved 100 percentile, see topper list here

The result can be seen on the official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in or http://ntaresults.nic.in/

The final answer of JEE Main has been released. Candidates can look on the website of the subject by subject

JEE Main 2020 results have been announced at 11 pm. According to the news agency PTI, a total of 24 students have achieved the full 100 percentile and the top is Nisarg Chadha of Gujarat. The cut off marks in the common rank is 90%. Earlier, the National Testing Agency released the final answer. The exam for admission in engineering was conducted from 1 to 6 September 2020 through online mode.

JEE Main 2020 results: 24 students achieved 100 percentile
JEE Main 2020 results: 24 students achieved 100 percentile

Candidates who have appeared in the examination can check their score on the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in .

Nisarg Chadha achieved 100% for the second time in a year

Nisarg Chadha, a student of Navarchana School, Vadodara, Gujarat, has also secured the top position in the list by securing 100% in the September Attempt of JEE Main. He had 100% in the exam completed in January. Nisarg, son of Urology specialist Dr. Amit and Dr. Amola Chadha of Vadodara, dreams of becoming a scientist by doing research in physics subject. After making 10th 98% score in 2018, Nisarg was fully engaged in the preparation of JEE.

Paper-1 (BE and B.Tech) cut off

The JEE Main result will be downloaded in PDF format from the site. Along with the result, the cut-off has also been declared. According to Paper-1 (BE and B.Tech), the cut-off in the Common Rank List is 90.3765335% while 70% in EWS, 71.88 for OBC-NCL, 50.17 for SC and 39% for ST.

Candidates who are successful in JEE Main can apply for JEE Advanced. Registration for JEE Advanced to be held on September 27, 2020 will begin from September 12, 2020.

JEE Main occurs twice a year

JEE Main occurs twice a year. The first round took place in January this year. Due to Corona, the examination was postponed from April to September but the students who performed well in the January exam did not sit, so the total percentage was low.

74% test in September round

This time in the JEE Main September exam, out of a total of 8 lakh 41 thousand registered candidates, on the first day, B.Arch and B.A. Less than 55% of the students appeared in the planning exam. Similarly, about 80% of students B.E. And B.Tech was sitting in the paper. Due to which the attendance rate of the students appearing in this second round examination was only 74%.

Final answer released

The final answer of JEE Main has been released. Candidates can view the topic on the answer website – jeemain.nta.nic.in .

See results like this

First of all, log on to the official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in or http://ntaresults.nic.in/ .
Click on JEE Main Exam Result / Scorecard 2020 on the home page.
Now fill the details sought when a new page opens on the page.
Your JEE Main score will be displayed on the screen as soon as you submit.
Candidates download it and print it out and save.
See result on mobile phone

First of all open google chrome or any other browser on your smartphone.
Now go to the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in .
Here JEE Main Result 2020 link will appear on the homepage.
On clicking here, ‘JEE Main April / September’ Result 2020 will be written.
Now enter your details to login here.
Your JEE Main scorecard will be displayed on your mobile screen

This is how counseling

The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) will conduct two mock rounds of counseling followed by seven counseling rounds. The candidates will be allotted seats based on the options filled on the website https://josaa.nic.in/. Candidates can know which seats they will get based on the JEE Main Mock Counseling Round.

Admission (direct) for DASA from session 2021-22 will be done on the basis of the rank obtained in JEE Main. The merit list for admission under DASA category will be prepared separately by NTA.




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