NTA said that the final result will be released after JEE Main April session. After comparing the percentile of both the sessions of the students, the All India Rank and cut off will be released.
National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the result of JEE Main January session. NTA had withheld the results of many students. The results withheld due to various reasons have been released on Wednesday. Earlier, in this examination conducted by NTA in 12 shifts, a total of 20 students had obtained 100 percentile score. Along with Gulshan Kumar of Gaya’s Manpur Patuatoli, Krish Gupta and Dashank Pratap Singh of Bihar are also among those who got 100 percentile score in the top-20 across the country.
NTA said that the final result will be released after JEE Main April session. After comparing the percentile of both the sessions of the students, the All India Rank and cut off will be released. NTA said that the top 2.50 lakh candidates of both the sessions will get a chance to appear in JEE Advanced. The final cut off of top 2.50 lakh students will be released after April session.
Old students only have to fill exam city
The application process for JEE Main April session has been started. It is mandatory for the students to apply for appearing in the April exam. Students who have applied for JEE Main January exam will have to apply through their old application number and password. They only have to submit the examination fee by filling the examination center during the application. Apart from this, such students, who have not applied for JEE Main January session in the past, will have to apply as a fresh candidate.
Did not tell the reason for withholding the result
No reason was given to the students whose results were withheld. Many students had also emailed NTA in this regard. After this it was told that the committee will discuss for these students. Probably the result was released only after this discussion. Many students are also alleging that they have not got the NTA score on the basis of matching the answers given in their response sheet with the answer key. These students also have their response sheet, question paper and final answer key, on the basis of which the score has been prepared by NTA. These students are informing NTA through email.