The Joint Entrance Exam Main 2021 (JEE Main 2021) is finally released on September 15, 2021 by the National Testing Agency (NTA). As many as 18 students share All India Rank (AIR). However, NTA issued an official notice informed that a total of 20 candidates have been prohibited from appearing in Joint Entrance Examination Main 2021 for cheating and their JEE Main results have also been withheld.
According to the rules and regulations listed down in the JEE Main information brochure is that, "During, before or after the examination, if a candidate is found to use any unfair means (UFM), he or she will be debarred for 3 years from appearing in JEE Main, such candidate will also be liable for criminal action. Result of candidate(s) who indulge in UFM practices will be cancelled and will not be declared. Similarly, the result of those candidates who appear from the Centre other than the one allotted to them or allow another candidate or person to write the exam on his behalf will be cancelled."
According to data provided by the NTA, about 9,39,008 students took the final exam and 2,52,954 students appeared in all four session. In the forth and the last session a total of 7,67,700 candidates registered which is far greater as compared to first session where a 6.21 lakh candidates appeared for the examination.
The top 2.5 lakh students at JEE Main 2021 will be selected for JEE Advanced registration process.The JEE Main 2021 cut-off for appearing in JEE Advanced is 87.8992241. The cut-off is down by three percentage points compared to the cut of 2019 is 90.3765335. This year, the cut of JEE Main has declined in all categories.
During the JEE Main January trial, seven students scored 100 percentiles, 17 students scored the same in the third attempt