Results for the second section of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains performed earlier this month was introduced late final evening. Mumbai’s Swayam Shashank Chube topped the rating with 100 percentile together with 24 college students from throughout the nation. Among lady candidates, Nagpur resident Indrayani Tayade topped Maharashtra with a rating of 99.97 percentile.
“Swayam has been very focused on his preparation for the JEE exams, and would spend four to five hours studying over his classes,” stated Dr Shashank Chube, father. Swayam’s dad and mom are medical doctors and his father has a clinic in Lower Parel.
For the previous two years, the Chubes, whereas initially residents of Dadar, had quickly shifted base to Marol, Andheri, to make sure their son saved journey time to and from courses. “Now, his focus is to ace JEE Advanced exam and then opt for a seat and course of his choice in an IIT,” added the daddy.
While Telangana bagged most 100 percentile scorers with 8 toppers, Delhi is on the second spot with 5 of the 100 percentile scorers adopted by Rajasthan (4), Andhra Pradesh (3), Haryana (2 ) and one candidate every from Gujarat and Maharashtra.
After a delay of greater than 4 months because of the nation-extensive lockdown and rising Covid-19 circumstances, the National Testing Agency (NTA) performed the second section of JEE Mains exams in batches between September 1 and 6. All security protocols have been adopted throughout 232 cities and 660 examination centres, stated the official NTA press assertion.
While college students have been allowed to problem any questions between September 8 and 10, the ultimate reply key was launched by NTA round 11.30pm Friday. By 12.30am, college students may examine their particular person scores on the NTA web site.
Since 2019, JEE Mains is performed in two phases–January and April. The April examination was performed in September this 12 months. While 8.41 lakh candidates had registered for the April/September examination, solely 6.35 lakh college students appeared for the examination held earlier this month, which included 4.8 lakh college students who had appeared for the examination in the January session as nicely.
“As per our rules, for those candidates who appeared for both the January and April/September examinations, their better of the two scores have been accounted for,” stated the official assertion of NTA.
The prime 2.50 lakh candidates of the JEE Mains examination will now be eligible to look for the JEE Advanced examination on September 27. JEE Advanced is the one-cease entry to the premier Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). IIT Delhi will act because the examination conducting authority for JEE Advanced this 12 months.