JEE Main March results declared – here are the 13 students who scored 100 percentile

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JEE Main March results declared – here are the 13 students who scored 100 percentile
Students walk out of the exam hall after appearing the JEE Main exams in MarchBCCL
  • The results for JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Main March exams have been announced by the National Testing Agency.
  • A total of 5.9 lakh candidates had appeared for the March exams scheduled between March 16 to 18, 2021.
  • However, it is important to note that the final candidates list will appear only after the April and May sessions of the JEE Main exams are over.
The results for JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Main March exams have been announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA). A total of 13 students have managed to score 100 percentile.

A total of 5.9 lakh candidates had appeared for the March exams scheduled between March 16 to 18, 2021.

Here are the candidates who scored 100 percentile

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Name State
Bannaru Rohit Kumar Reddy Telangana
Bratin MondalWest Bengal
Siddharth KalraDelhi
Kumar SatyadarshiBihar
Mridul AgarwalRajasthan
Ashwin AbrahamTamil Nadu
Atharva Abhijit TambatMaharashtra
Bakshi Gargi MakarandMaharashtra
Madur Adarsh ReddyTelangana
Zenith MalhotraRajasthan
Josyula Venkata AdityaTelangana
Rohit KumarRajasthan
Kavya ChopraDelhi

However, it is important to note that the final candidates list will appear only after the February, March, April and May sessions of the JEE Main exams are over.

The final list will be created as per the best of the four NTA scores. Candidates, who are willing, can also appear for all four sessions and will get the selection according to the best score.

In December 2020, Union Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal had announced that this time the JEE exams will be held in four sessions. “For the convenience of students, JEE (Main) 2021 will be held in four session. The first session will be in February, second will be in March, third in April and fourth and last session will be in May," the minister said on Twitter.
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