JEE Main Result 2021 Latest Updates: Eliminating the long wait of students, NTA has announced JEE Main Result 2021 for session 4. As per the update, more than 44 students have secured 100 percentile score and 18 students have secured ranks. Number 1 in JEE Main Result 2021 declared on Tuesday night. As per the update by NTA, in the last session 9,39,008 candidates appeared and 2,52,954 students appeared in all the four sessions. The maximum number of candidates – 7,67,700 – registered for the August session, however, the largest number of students – 6.21 lakh – appeared in the first (February) session. Also Read – JEE Main Result 2021 Declared: 44 Candidates Score 100 Percentage, 18 Get AIR Rank 1; Here’s how to download the scorecard through the direct link
However, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has banned a total of 20 candidates from appearing in future examinations for a period of three years for using unfair means, and their JEE Main results have also been withheld. Also Read – NEET-UG 2021: From Result Date And Time To Expected Cut-Off, Here Are Big Updates For Medical Aspirants
According to a report in The Print, the National Testing Agency (NTA) is looking for over 400 candidates from 23 exam centers who wrote the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains this year for possible malpractices. Also Read – JEE Main 2021 Result Delay Not Because Of JEE Scam, Says NTA; Session 4 confirms the result date
It is to be noted that NTA conducted JEE Mains 2021 in four stages, giving a student four chances to clear it. This has happened for the first time this year. As per the update, the NTA came to know that the percentile of some candidates increased from 50 to 90 percent in one phase and they were kept under scrutiny.
As per reports, the candidates who scored low in the first three stages are also under the watch of the NTA to find out whether they have scored high in the latest examination held from August 26 to September 2, and whether they have appeared for the same. Unfair means have been used. .
A source told Print that NTA is not conducting a criminal investigation but if candidates are found to be indulging in misconduct, action will be taken against them as per NTA rules for JEE Mains.
Another source told ThePrint that some of the candidates who came under scrutiny were earlier identified as those who asked for last minute change in the exam centre.
On the other hand, NTA Director General Vineet Joshi has also confirmed the parallel investigation by the agency. Notably, the investigation initiated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is running parallel to the alleged manipulation in the fourth phase of the NTA examination.
On social media, several users have shared screenshots, which include the names and application numbers of candidates who have increased the percentage from 50 per cent to over 90 per cent in the two exams.
Here are some:
— kunal (@kunalbharadwaj79) September 6, 2021
Success has been achieved in locating many of these suspected students. Reply below if you know anyone else.#scaminjee2021 #JEEMainScam @DG_NTA @EduMinOfDigihunt @dpradhanbjp pic.twitter.com/tvpzY7ecf0
— Shashank Mahawar (@shashmahawar) September 7, 2021
As per NTA rules, if a candidate is found to be indulging in misconduct, the candidate will be booked under ‘Unfair Means (UFM) case’ and “banned for 3 years in future and for criminal action”. will also be liable.” and/or any other action as it may deem fit”.