JEE Main 2021: NTA has extended the application form submission dates till 23rd January 2021. Candidates can apply online from the link provided below. NTA has asked the candidates to submit their category certificate at the time of registration. Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal was live interacting with the students regarding the NTA JEE Exam on 16th December 2020. The government has decided to conduct the entrance test 4 times from February 2021. The exam will take place from 23rd to 26th February 2021 (Session-I). Education Minister Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank had said this in a live webinar held on 16th December 2020. The Government has also made changes in the exam pattern. The JEE Main 2021 Exam Date (announced) can be checked below.
Check Eligibility For NTA JEE Main Exam
JEE Main is an All India level examination through which B.Tech / B.E, B.Arch, and B.Plan admissions are offered in NITs, IIITs, CFTIs, and other engineering, architecture, and planning institutes. The National Testing Agency is responsible for conducting the JEE Main Entrance Exam 2021. The Exam now takes place four times a year, and there has been a change in the exam pattern as well. Candidates can check out all the latest updates of NTA JEE Main here.
Get the latest updates on CBSE Board Date Sheet 2021
JEE Main 2021 (Latest Announcements)
- JEEMain 2021 Registrations has been extended till 23rd January 2021. Application correction window starts from 27th January 2021.
- The authority has released the syllabus for the examination. Candidates can check the jee main syllabus
- The Government has waived off 75% eligibility criteria for the students.
- The authority has issued an alert notice regarding the fake websites. Candidates can check the official notice below.
- NTA asks the students to submit their category certificates at the time of registration. The agency has released a press release of the most frequently asked questions related to the JEE Feb, March, April, May Exam. Candidates can check below.
- Students of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana might miss their jee main February session exam as their board exam dates might clash. Candidates can check CBSE date sheet 2021 (live updates).
- Candidates who have appeared once in JEE Main 2019 or JEE Advanced 2019 instead of 2020 are not allowed to appear the JEE Advanced exam. The NTA has mentioned that the candidate can attempt JEE Advanced (at least 2 times) in consecutive years.
- Soon after the announcement of the JEE Main exam dates, students are requesting to scrap 75% of the eligibility criteria.
JEE Main (Revised) Information Bulletin
Frequently Asked Questions (released by NTA)
Earlier Announcements of NTA JEE MAIN
- Ramesh Pokhriyal was live addressing the queries regarding the JEE Main Exam.
We have examined your suggestions regarding JEE (Mains) and on the basis of the same, I am announcing the schedule of the exam. @SanjayDhotreMP @EduMinOfIndia @PIB_India @MIB_India @DDNewslive @mygovindia https://t.co/yKUwnQRXlw
— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) December 16, 2020
- The entrance test starts from 23rd February 2021 to 26th February 2021. The Exam Pattern has been modified. A total of 90 questions are asked in the exam out of which candidates have to attempt 75 Questions or 20 questions out of 30 (for each section).
- The JEE Main Exam 2021 will be held in February followed by the next three sessions in March, April, and May 2021. This is done to ensure that the JEE Main Exam does not interfere with the State Board Exams. Also, the exam is conducted in 13 languages.
- Education Minister, Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal has announced the JEE Main Exam Dates on 16th December 2020 at 6 pm on his Official Twitter Handle. He will also inform the candidates about the number of attempts and exam pattern.
Thank you all for sharing your constructive suggestions regarding JEE (Main) exams. We have got your suggestions examined. I will be announcing the schedule, number of times the exam will be held at 6 PM today. Stay tuned.@DDNewslive @PIB_India @EduMinOfIndia @MIB_India pic.twitter.com/Ibp9QqhzOd
— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) December 16, 2020
- UPSEE Admissions is now done on the basis of JEE Main Scores. Check the Official Notice below.
- The NTA has provided the choice in one section to rationalize the decision of the different Boards across the country regarding the reduction of the syllabus. However, the total number of questions remains the same.
- Education Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank was live on 10th December 2020 interacting with the teachers, parents, and students regarding the Board and Entrance Exams. Use #EducationMinisterGoesLive for asking queries.
Interacting with teachers, parents and students on upcoming competitive/board exams. #EducationMinisterGoesLive @EduMinOfIndia @SanjayDhotreMP @PIB_India @MIB_India @DDNewslive https://t.co/qOsUBJ2J30
— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) December 10, 2020
- Many Students had requested to postpone the exam till March 2021 and reduce the syllabus. Students are also requesting another attempt in JEE Advanced 2021
- Education Minister Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank conducted a live session on Facebook and Twitter on 10th December 2020. Students had to drop their concerns by using the hashtag #EducationMinisterGoesLive
- The Education Ministry had hinted to revise and reduce the JEE Main Syllabus 2021.
- UPSEE has been scrapped for B.Tech 2021 Admissions. Instead, the Admissions will be on the basis of JEE Main 2021 Scores.
- Candidates with a Commerce or Humanities Background are also eligible for JEE Main B.Planning Paper.
- From 2021 the Exam will take place in 13 regional languages (Assamese, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Punjabi, Malayalam, Odiya, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu).
- All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has ruled that Chemistry is not mandatory for admission into BTech and BE courses in the country. (Source: newindianexpress.com – 13th Feb 2020)
From DASA 2021-22 onwards, admissions will be based on JEE Main ranks
Benefits of conducting the entrance test in “Multiple Sessions”
If the NTA engineering joint entrance exam is conducted in multiple sessions, then it benefits the candidates in the following ways-
- It gives multiple opportunities to the candidates to improve their scores in the examination if they fail to give their best in the first attempt without wasting their whole academic year.
- This also reduces the chances of dropping a year. Droppers don’t have to waste their full year.
- In the first attempt, the students get a first-hand experience of taking an examination and will get to know their mistakes which they can improve next time.
- If a student misses the exam due to certain reasons, then he/she do not have to wait for one year.
- The best 2021 NTA Scores is considered for preparing the merit list and ranking.
Changes Made in 2020
- NTA has stated that science is no longer the eligibility criteria for the students who want to appear for B.Planning courses. Having mathematics in the 12th can also apply.
- The application Fee was revised
- Exam Pattern Changed. Now in each section, 20 questions are MCQ and 5 questions are numerical value-based.
- The Payment Mode Changed. Now only the online mode is applicable.
- Photo Format is changed as of now candidates don’t need to have the photo with name and date.
JEE Main 2021 Exam Dates
|JEE Main February/March/April/May 2021 Session|
|Application Form release date||16th December 2020|
|Last date of the submission of online form||23rd January 2021|
|Last Date for a successful transaction of prescribed fees||24th January 2021|
|Application Form Correction||27th January 2021 to 30th January 2021|
|Admit Card Release Date||Second Week of February 2021|
|Entrance Exam date||23rd, 24th, 25th, and 26th February 2021 (February Session-I)|
15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th March 2021 (March Session-II)
27th, 28th, 29th, and 30th April 2021
24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th May 2021 (May Session)
|JEE Main Exam Timing||(1st Shift: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)|
(2nd Shift: 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.)
|Answer Key release date||–|
|JEE Main result date||–|
JEE Main 2021 Eligibility Criteria
The Eligibility Criteria is the most important factor in the JEE Main February 2021 Admission Process. Only the eligible candidates can fill the form. NTA follows strict guidelines in terms of the JEE Main 2021 eligibility criteria. Thus candidates have to fulfil the following eligibility criteria in order to fill the online JEE Main Form. Candidates must look into factors such as age limit, qualifying education, marks, exam, etc. As there are two papers in the entrance test, candidates should look at the eligibility criteria as per the paper wise.
Age-Limit Criteria, Nationality, Attempts, etc.
- Age Limit: There is no age limit to appear in the JEE February 2021 Main exam. Candidates who have passed Class 12th or equivalent in 2019, 2020, or appearing in 2021 can also apply.
- Nationality: Indian Nationals, as well as International Applicants, are also eligible to appear JEE Main. However, International Candidates from foreign countries must obtain the necessary marks from the board of the Association of Indian Universities.
- Attempt Limits: There is no attempt limit to appear JEE Main 2021 Exam.
- JEE Advanced: Candidates who were not able to appear in JEE Advanced 2020 due to COVID-19 can now directly appear in the JEE Advanced 2021 without taking the JEE Main 2021 exam.
List of Qualifying Examinations
- The Final Examination of 10+2 System conducted by any recognized Central/State Board such as CBSE, Council for the Indian School Certificate Exams, New Delhi, etc.
- Intermediate or Two-Year Pre-University Exam conducted by a recognized Board/University.
- The Final Exam of the two-year course of Joint Services Wing of National Defense Academy.
- Senior Secondary School Exam conducted by the National Institute of Open Schooling with a minimum of five subjects.
- Any Public School /Board/University Examination in India or any Foreign Country.
- Higher Secondary Certificate Vocational Examination.
- Diploma recognized by AICTE or a State Board of Technical Education with a duration of three years.
- Must have passed the General Certificate Education (GCE) Exam at Advanced (A) Level.
- Must have passed the High School Certificate Examination of Cambridge University or International Baccalaureate Diploma of International Baccalaureate Office, Geneva.
Year of Appearance in the Qualifying Examination
- Candidates who have appeared once in JEE Main 2019 or JEE Advanced 2019 instead of 2020 are not allowed to appear in the exam.
- Candidates who have passed Class 12th/Equivalent Examination in 2019, 2020, or 2021 or those who are appearing in the 12th/equivalent exam in 2021 are also eligible to appear.
- Applicants who have passed Class 12th or equivalent exam in 2018 or before or those who are appearing in 2022 are not eligible for the exam.
- The IITs permit only two attempts for JEE Advanced, which means that the candidate should have appeared in Class XII for the first time in either 2020 or 2021. The details will be available on JEE Advanced 2021 Brochure.
JEE Main 2021 State Code of Eligibility
- The State Code of Eligibility means the code of the State from where the candidates have passed Class XII.
- Candidates have to fill the State Code of Eligibility at the time of the Registration Process. They have to choose the state code of eligibility from which they have passed their 12th Exam.
- The JEE Main State Eligibility Code does not depend upon the Native or the Residence Place of the Candidate.
- Candidates who have passed 12th Class from NIOS must select the State Code of Eligibility according to the State in which their study centre is located.
- Indian Nationals who have passed Class 12th from Nepal/Bhutan, their State Code of Eligibility will be determined based on the permanent address given in the passport.
- For the candidates who have passed Class 12th from abroad, their State Code of Eligibility will be determined on the basis of the Permanent Address of India provided in the passport.
NTA JEE Main 2021 Application Form
The NTA Registration Form for February Session has been released on the official website- jeemain.nta.nic.in. The Application Form is available online only. Candidates who satisfy the eligibility criteria can fill the JEE Main Application Form. However, before filling the application form, the candidate has to go through all the instructions carefully and enter the details correctly. The filling procedure of the JEE Main Application Form 2021 is covered in four stages. In the process of filling the form, candidates have to enter the personal details, educational details and upload the image, signature, and documents required. Overall candidates must clear fully fill the form with the correct details.
Application Fee Of JEE Main
The registration fee of the JEE Main 2021 online application form will differ as per the category, gender, and residence (India or outside India). Last year in 2020, NTA has revised the application fee and there was a rise in the fee.
|Paper-1 (B.E./ B.Tech.) or Paper-2 (B. Arch/ B.Planning)||In India||General/ OBC (NCL)||Rs 650/-||Rs 325/-|
|SC/ST/PwD/ Transgender||Rs 325/-||Rs 325/-|
|Outside India||General/ OBC (NCL)||Rs 3000/-||Rs 1500/-|
|SC/ST/PwD/ Transgender||Rs 1500/-||Rs 1500/-|
|Both Paper-1 (B.E./ B.Tech.) and Paper-2 (B. Arch/ B.Planning)||In India||General/ OBC (NCL)||Rs 1300/-||Rs 650/-|
|SC/ST/PwD/ Transgender||Rs 650/-||Rs 650/-|
|Outside India||General/ OBC (NCL)||Rs 6000/-||Rs 3000/-|
|SC/ST/PwD/ Transgender||Rs 3000/-||Rs 3000/-|
JEE Main Application Form Correction
Candidates are advised to fill the registration form with the correct credentials. But many times candidates make mistakes while filling the form. So after the application and payment procedure is done, NTA will activate the link for the correction in the application Form. This is the one-time facility for the students to make corrections in JEE Main 2021 form. Candidates who have paid the JEE Main 2021 Application Fees will be able to make the changes in the form. It must be noted that not all the sections of the information in the registration form can be edited.
Candidates can make only certain changes in the application form like category, exam cities, language, name, image, category, etc. Hence, the corrections are open for a few sections only. Once, the final correction is done, no further changes can be done later.
JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021
NTA has made the changes in the exam pattern in 2021. Each section of the question paper is subdivided into two categories i.e MCQ and Numerical Based Questions. However, the mode of the exam is online. In order to have a better understanding of the JEE Main 2021 exam pattern look into the table given below:
Subject-Wise Distribution of Questions and Marks
Here, candidates can check the latest section-wise distribution of questions and marks.
|Subject name||Section “A” (MCQs)||Section “B” (Answer with Numerical Value)||Marks|
|Total||90 Questions||300 Marks|
Paper-2A (B.Arch) Distribution of Marks and Questions
|Subject||Number of Questions (section-A)||Section-B||Marks|
|Aptitude Test (Part-II)||50||–||200|
|Drawing Test (Part-II)||02||0||100|
|Total||82 Questions||400 Marks|
B.Planning (Paper 2B) Distribution of Questions and Marks
|Subject||Number of Questions (section-A)||Section-B||Marks|
|Aptitude Test (Part-II)||50||–||200|
|Planning Based Objective Type of Questions||25||–||100|
|Total||105 Questions||400 Marks|
Scheme of the JEE Main Exam 2021
|Paper||Subjects||Question Paper Format||Exam Mode|
|B.E/B.Tech (Paper I)||Maths, Physics, and Chemistry||Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) and Questions for which answer has a numerical value with equal weightage to MPC||Computer Based Test only|
|B.Arch (Paper 2 A)||Mathematics||Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) and Questions for which answer has a numerical value||Computer Based Test|
|Drawing Test||Questions to test drawing aptitude||Pen and Paper Based (Offline Mode)|
|B.Planning||Mathematics||Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) and Questions for which answer has a numerical value||Computer Based Test|
|Planning Based Questions||MCQs|
Choice of Medium of Question Papers
The medium of question paper is available in the following languages-
|English||All examination centres|
|Hindi||All examination centres in India|
|English and Assamese||Exam Centers in Assam|
|Bengali and English||West Bengal, Tripura, and Andaman and Nicobar Islands Exam centers|
|Gujarati and English||Gujarat, Daman and Diu, and Dadra and Nagar Haveli|
|English and Kannada||Karnataka|
|English and Marathi||Maharashtra|
|Malayalam and English||Kerala and Lakshadweep|
|Urdu and English||All the Exam Centers in India|
|English and Telugu||Andhra Pradesh and Telangana|
|Odia and English||Examination Centers in Odia|
|English and Punjabi||Exam Centers in Punjab, Chandigarh, and Delhi|
|Marking Scheme for MCQs||Correct Answer||Four marks (+4)|
|Unanswered /Marked for Review||No mark (0)|
|Incorrect Answer/Multiple Answer||Minus one mark (-1)|
|Marking Scheme for questions|
for which answer is a Numerical
|Correct Answer||Four marks (+4)|
|Unanswered /Marked for Review||No mark (0)|
|Incorrect Answer/Multiple Answer||No mark (0)|
|Marking Scheme for|
Drawing Test –Part III
|Two questions to be evaluated out of 100 marks.|
JEE Main Paper 1 Exam Pattern (Old)
|Subjects||Total Questions||Types of questions||Marks|
|Mathematics||25(20+5)||20 Objective Type – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) & 5 Questions with the answer as a numerical value, with equal weightage to Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry||100|
JEE Main Paper 2 Exam Pattern (Old)
|Exam||Subjects||Total Ques.||Types of Questions||Marks|
|B. Arch.||Aptitude Test||50||Objective Type – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)||200|
|Drawing Test||2||Questions for drawing test||100|
|Mathematics||25(20+5)||20 Objective Type – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) & 5 Questions for which answer is a numerical value||100|
|B. Planning||Mathematics – Part I||25(20+5)||20 Objective Type – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) & 5 Questions for which answer is a numerical value||100|
|Aptitude Test – Part II||50||Objective Type – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)||200|
|Planning Based Questions – Part III||25||Objective Type – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)||100|
JEE Main 2021 Syllabus
The National Testing Agency releases the exam syllabus on the official website- jeemain.nta.nic.in. The Education Ministry has hinted to revise and reduce the JEE Main Syllabus 2021, as there has been a 30% reduction in CBSE XI, and XII Syllabus. Students can download the JEE Main Syllabus PDF once it is released. The Entrance Exam Syllabus will be available Paper-Wise which is as follows-
- The Paper I Syllabus covers the topics from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
- The Paper 2 syllabus covers the topics from Aptitude, Drawing, and Mathematics.
- While, the syllabus for paper III will cover the topics from Mathematics, Aptitude, and Planning-Based Questions.
JEE Main 2021 Preparation Tips
- Candidates should start with a tough subject/topic as they have more time now so they can do more work on it. Sounds tough but we know you can do it!
- Many candidates prefer only reference books for preparation. But instead, they should study NCERT books. NCERT Books are very important and helpful in NTA JEE Main 2021 Preparation.
- Candidates can purchase the Mock Test Series and practice them regularly which will help them to know about their preparation level.
- Download old question papers and analyze the important topics and the pattern of questions. Turn into Sherlock and dig out the web for sample papers.
- Prepare a sheet of important formulas and paste it near your study table or study area. Revise it regularly to memorize the formulas.
JEE Main Previous Years Question Paper
The candidates preparing for the exam must look at the previous year’s question paper. This is beneficial to the students as they will familiarize themselves with the type of questions asked in the exam. They will also get an idea about their preparation level indicating the weak and strength zone. Thus accordingly the students will work in their respective areas. It is very easy to get the JEE Main previous year’s question as it is in PDF format. Check Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics question paper. One of the important things which the question papers reflect is the weightage of the chapter with respect to the subject.
JEE Main Mock Test 2021
The National Testing Agency releases the JEE Main Mock test. But what is a Mock test? The mock test will give the candidate an idea of how the real-time exam will look like. It is, in easier terms, “a copy of the real exam”. Since the exam is conducted in the computer-based mode, the mock test helps in practising the test before taking the actual exam. NTA has set up a lot of practice centers of JEE Main mock test 2021 to help the aspirants with their preparation for the examination. So, there is an option for candidates to either take the JEE Main mock test 2021 sitting at home or to take it in the test practice centres near them. Mock tests will be beneficial for all candidates as they will be able to practice whatever they have studied, know the exam pattern, and manage time.
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JEE Main February Admit Card 2021
In order to carry the exam, candidates must have the Admit card. It acts as an identity for the person who takes the exam. One can download the hall ticket from the website as it will be available online. To download the JEE Main admit card, candidates have to log in their id by entering the application no. and Password/D.O.B. Only the candidates who will successfully submit the application form will be able to download the Admit Card.
It will carry the list of information in it such as the candidate’s name, application no., centre name etc. Candidates must keep the note that NTA will not send the admit card in their email or address. All candidates should check the details very carefully printed on the admit card
Note: Any kind of discrepancy in the admit card should be informed to NTA before the exam. The contact address is given below.
Things Required To Enter The Examination Hall
- Photocopy of JEE Main Admit card/hall ticket.
- A passport size photograph.
- A photo ID issued by any Government agency such as PAN card, Driving License, Voter ID, Passport, Aadhaar Card.
- PwD certificate, if claiming the relaxation under the PwD category.
JEE Main Exam Centres 2021
JEE Mains 2021 will take place in many cities across the country. The NTA will release a list of JEE Main exam centers for the academic session of 2021-22. While filling the application form, candidates will be required to fill in at least 4 test centers from the list provided. Exam centres for all the registered candidates will be allotted after the application procedure is over.
NTA JEE Main Answer Key 2021
The JEE Main 2021 answer key for Paper 1 & 2 will be available on the official website. After the commencement of the exam, an answer key will be released. Before the official answer key, the unofficial answer key is released by different institutes like Resonance, Aleen, Career Point, Aakash, etc. One can download the answer key to estimate their percentile. Along with the answer key candidates can also check the Memory Based Question Paper. Candidates who had appeared in the examination will be able to compare their responses with the answer key. The JEE Main answer key can be downloaded by a candidate by using the link available here. With the help of the answer key, a candidate can predict the score and the rank.
JEE Main Result 2021
NTA releases the result once the exam session is over. However, session wise result will also be declared in terms of percentile scored by the candidates. One can download the result from the official site. Important credentials like application no., Password/D.O.B is required in order to have the result.
The JEE Main Final Result will contain the qualifying status for JEE Advanced. Candidates who will qualify for the entrance test and meet the specified cutoff will be eligible to take the JEE Advanced 2021 Exam. As a result, candidates can take admission into various institutes like NITs, IITs, and GFTIs for B.Tech Courses. The NTA Result of JEE Main percentile will be calculated corresponding to the raw marks obtained by candidates. The calculated NTA scores for all the shifts/sessions will be merged and declared by the 4th week of April 2021.
JEE Main 2021 Result Normalization
National Testing Agency will use the policy of ‘Normalization Procedure based on percentile Score’ in order to overcome such a problem of the unequal gain of marks. Now the normalization Procedure will be used for the JEE main result (jeemain.nic.in result 2021) which will be based on Percentile Score in order to ensure that the level of exam is equal for every candidate appearing for the exam. Normalization will be done to make sure there is no uneven difficulty level in the exam.
JEE Main Merit List 2021
The merit list consists of the performance of the students of all four sessions i.e Feb, March, April, and May 2021. The best of the examinations is taken into consideration to prepare the merit list of JEE Main 2021. Thus accordingly the rank is given to the candidates. And thus through this rank, the candidates get to know about the institution or college they will get. Many times candidates acquire the same score, so in this type of situation following things are taken into the note to rank the candidates.
- If there is a tie then, candidates having more percentile in Mathematics will be preferred.
- The tie still persists then candidates who secure more in Physics will be considered.
- Still, the tie is not gone, then a higher percentile score in Chemistry will be taken into consideration
- Lastly when the tie is not resolved then the candidates older in age will be preferred.
JEE Main 2021 Rank List
- NTA will release the Rank List in the month of May 2021
- The rank list is prepared based on the candidate’s score in JEE Main.
- The JEE Main Rank list will reflect the All India Rank (AIR) of the candidate and the category ranks.
- Admission to NITs, CFTIs, and IIITs will be done based on the Rank List published by NTA.
- Candidates can access the rank list by entering their roll number and date of birth.
JEE Main Cutoff 2021
The NTA will be in charge of releasing the cutoff for JEE Main 2021. The JEE Main cut off 2021 is the minimum qualifying marks that a candidate needs to obtain in order to get a good rank and thus admission to the specific institute he/she wants to apply to. The cutoff publishes as per the category wise also.
Expected Cutoff of JEE Main 2021
|Category||Expected Cutoff Marks|
|General Category||80 to 85 marks|
|Scheduled Caste||31-36 marks|
|Scheduled Tribe||27-32 marks|
JEE Main 2020 Cutoff
Candidates can check the JEE Main 2020 cut-off marks and trend analysis below category-wise.
|Category||JEE Main Cutoff 2020|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||50.1760245|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||39.0696101|
NTA JEE Main 2019 Cut Off
|Category||JEE Main Paper 1 Cut Off 2019|
|Common Rank List (CRL)||89.7548849|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL)||74.3166557|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||44.3345172|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||54.0128155|
JEE Main Cutoff Previous Years
Certain seats are reserved for the reserved category. Candidates must keep the knowledge regarding the reservation percentage as per the category. The below table shows the percentage as per the category. Check JEE Main Seat Reservation
|3||OBC (Non-Creamy Layer – NCL, where the annual income of family < Rs. 8 lakh)||27%|
|4||The person with Disabilities (with 40% or more disability)||5%|
|5||Economically Weaker Section||10%|
JEE Main 2021 Counselling
The JEE Main counselling 2021 will be conducted by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA). This is the most crucial and career-deciding Phase of the whole JEE admission process.
- The Counselling will be conducted by JoSAA/ CSAB for admission to NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs.
- For the seat allotment procedure, the candidate will have to mandatorily participate in the counselling.
- Admission to the institute will be based on AIR and choices filled by the candidate.
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Participating Institutes 2021
NTA JEE Main is conducted for admission to 31 NITs (National Institute of Technology), 23 IIITs (Indian Institute of Information Technology), 20 GFTIs (Government Funded Technical Institutes), and 23 IITs (Indian Institution of Technology). Candidates appearing for JEE Main will be getting admission to any one of these depending on their ranks. Check JEE Main Participating Institutes
National Testing Agency
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Email: [email protected]
Official Website: www.nta.ac.in
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JEE Main Registration Statistics (Past 10 Years)
The Registration Statistics states the number of candidates registered for the JEE Main Exam for the past 10 years.
|JEE Main Examination Year||Number of Applicants Registered|
|January 2020||13 Lakhs|
JEE Main Helpline Numbers
The National Testing Agency has provided Helpline Numbers so that the candidates can contact the authorities regarding the Exam-Related Queries through SMS/Text Messages. The JEE Main 2021 Helpline Numbers will remain operational from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.
NTA SMS Helpline Numbers for COVID-19
|NTA Text Helpline Numbers||8178359845|
- For Transaction Related Queries, Click Here
- For Mock Test Related Queries, contact- [email protected]
NTA Address Details
Check Out NITs, IITs & IIITs Cut Offs
Candidates must check out the previous years cut off of the different NITs, IITs, and IIITs. Thus as per their marks and the rank, candidates will be able to analyze in which college/institution they have the chance to take admission.