The JEE Mains results declared on Friday were for the 3rd session of the exam.
JEE Mains Results: The National Testing Agency has declared results for the third session of the JEE Mains exam. JEE is the national-level entrance exam held for admission to the premier engineering colleges of the country. According to the statement by NTA, a total of 17 students have a 100 percentile score against their names in the 3rd session of this year’s JEE Mains. JEE Mains results
COVID-19 Impact on JEE Mains
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on JEE aspirants like it has affected everything else in the world. These engineering aspirants have lost a lot of crucial time due to the delay in conducting the 3rd and 4th sessions of JEE Mains this year, owing to the second wave of the pandemic that left India reeling.
Due to the pandemic, the premier entrance exam is being held four times in 2021 in the form of 4 separate sessions. JEE Mains results
Notably, 7.09 lakh students had registered for the JEE Mains 3rd session.
The exams for this session were held on July 20, 22, 25, and 27, 2021, in a computer-based test (CBT). With a total of 828 centers, the session was conducted across 334 cities in India and abroad. Notably, the earlier session had a total of 660 centers and was held across 232 cities.
Complaints Regarding Scorecards
Although the results were made available for everyone on NTA’s websites, students were faced with many technical glitches. Among the complaining students over Twitter, most were experiencing difficulties accessing their scorecards over the websites hosting the results.
Reportedly the NTA website also crashed initially when the results were announced. Here are a few reactions from Twitter: