JEE Advanced Result: Mridul Agarwal of the Delhi region has topped the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), the results of which were declared on Friday. He has secured 348 marks out of 360.
The result of the Joint Entrance Examination (IIT) Advance 2021 has been released by the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur on October 15, 2021. Along with this, the list of toppers has also been released on the official website. Candidates who appeared in this exam can check their results from the official website by logging in with their date of birth, roll number, and phone number. Out of a total of 1,41,699 candidates who appeared for both the papers, Mridul Agrawal of Jaipur secured All India Rank 1 in the examination. Also, Kavya Chopra from Delhi has topped the list of girls.
Mridul has secured 384 marks out of 400 in the exam. Moreover, Kavya scored 286 marks out of 300 in the exam. Kavya got CLR 98 in the exam. The total number of students who have qualified in JEE Advanced Exam 2021 is 41862. Candidates can check topper list from here.
IIT- JEE 2021 Toppers: List of Toppers
|Mridul Agarwal||1||open, crl|
|Ramaswamy Santhosh Reddy||1||Gen-EWS|
|Bijli Prachothan Verma||1||ST|
|Arnav Jaideep Kalgatukar||1||Gen-PWD|
|Gorle Krishna Chaitanya||1||OBC-NCL-PWD|
|Ravi Shankar Meena||1||ST-PWD|
IIT-JEE 2021 Toppers: Top 10 Toppers in Common Rank List
|Ramaswamy Santhosh Reddy||4|
|Polu Lakshmi Sai Lokesh Reddy||5|
|Sony Naman Nirmal||6|
|Karthik Sreekumar Nair||7|
|Arnav Aditya Singh||9|
|Modulla Hrishikesh Reddy||10|
The applications for JoSAA will start tomorrow.
Candidates should note that now that the result has been declared, they can register for the AAT 2021 exam. The registration for the same will end tomorrow-16th October 2021 by 5 PM. Candidates can check the complete press release from the website of JEE Advanced. Also, candidates must note that those who have qualified in the exam can now fill the seat of their choice from the website of Joint Seat Allotment Authority or JoSAA. The registration for the same will start at 10 AM on October 16, 2021.
drop in cutoff
This year also there has been a decline in the qualifying marks i.e. cutoff. The minimum score to qualify is 63 out of 360 in the general category. Whereas, on the basis of 56-56 marks in OBC and General EWS, 31-31 in SC, ST, Divyang category, students have been declared eligible for counseling. From this time on the basis of the best four marks, the rank of the candidates has been released. At the same time, the cut-off has been kept at 17.5 percent for the general category, 15.75 percent for OBC and EWS, 8.75 percent for SC, ST, and differently-abled categories.
JEE Mains four times from this year
While JEE Mains is the gateway to engineering colleges in the country, it is also an eligibility test for JEE Advanced. From this time, JEE Mains has been started four times a year so that students can improve their marks. Under this, the first examination was held in February and the second examination was held in March. The third April and fourth exams were to be held in May, but they were postponed due to the corona epidemic. Later the third July and fourth examination took place from August 26 to September 2.