After getting postponed several times due to COVID-19 this year, JEE Main was finally conducted between September 1 to September 6. Over 8.67 lakh students appeared for JEE Main this year. However, the exam was postponed, the results are announced earlier than ever- five days after exams.
How to Check Results?
The students who appeared for exams can check the final answer key through the official website https://jeemain.nta.nic.in/webinfo/public/home.aspx . To download/check the results on the website, students can click on the “JEE Main results 2020” and check their results by simply entering their roll no. and other details. Students can of course download the results for future references. The link however is not working as of now. It will be active in a few hours hopefully. The link to check the answer key is active.
List of Toppers
The list of 24 students who have topped the Joint Entrance Exam 2020 with a hundred percentile is as follows:
Most of the toppers are from Telangana. 5 of the total of 24 toppers are from Delhi (NCT), four are from Rajasthan, three from Andhra Pradesh, two from Haryana, and one each from Gujarat and Maharashtra. Parth topped the JEE Main from Rajasthan along with nine others, who scored perfect 100 percentile this year. The 17-year-old aims to pursue Computer Science from IIT Bombay. He says, “I will work for the nation’s development, maybe as a civil servant or a researcher. I grew up seeing my mother’s tireless service for the nation. Whether it is early morning or late at night, my mother was always dedicated to the service,”.
Chirag Falor, Gurkirat Singh, Laksh Gupta, Nishant Aggarwal, and Tushar Sethi were among the toppers from Delhi. Chukka Tanuja from Telangana was the only girl to score a perfect 100. The results are said to have been compiled on the basis of exams conducted in January as well as September. In Persons with Disability category, Anant Vohra scored the highest percentile (99.84%).
The delay in exams and results, however, would have caused havoc and would have delayed the admission process further. This time NTA has declared the results for an exam held in batches very early.
All the best to all candidates for their admissions.
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