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6 ALLEN classroom students secured All India Rank-1 in JEE Main 2021

9 ALLENites secured a position in top-10

National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the All India Ranks of JEE-Main 2021 and JEE Main 2021 (Session-4) results. The All India Ranks is declared based on the combined result of all the four sessions of JEE-Main 2021.

Sh Brajesh Maheshwari (Director, ALLEN) said, as per the results declared 18 students have secured AIR-1, out of which 6 students are from ALLEN’s classroom coaching. ALLENites, Anshul Verma, Siddhant Mukherjee, Mridul Agarwal, Kavya Chopra, Pulkit Goyal, and Guramrit Singh have secured AIR-1; they have scored a perfect 300 out of 300 marks in different JEE-Main 2021 sessions. Zenith Malhotra secured AIR-7, Pratham Garg secured AIR-8, and Ananth K Kidambi secured AIR- 10.

Maheshwari said that despite the adverse conditions of COVID-19, the students proved themselves with their hard work and dedication. ALLEN Career Institute supported the students during these challenging times and helped them continue their studies without interruption.

JEE Advanced 2021 Cutoff

In the result, the top 2.50 lakh students are declared eligible to appear for JEE Advanced 2021. The cutoff percentile for the general category is 87.8992241 percentile. For OBC, it is 68.0234447, SC 46.8825338, ST 34.6728999, and for EWS, the cutoff percentile is 66.2214845. About 1,01,250 students of the general category, 25000 of GEN EWS, 67500 of OBC, 37500 of SC, and 18750 of ST are selected.

9,39,008 students took the exam

JEE Main 2021 Session 4 exam was conducted at 925 exam centers in 334 cities of the country. This year JEE Main exam was conducted in 26 shifts in four sessions. In this, 10.48 lakh unique candidates were registered, out of which 9,39,008 students appeared in the examination. 2,52,954 students appeared in all four sessions. While 6,21,033 students appeared in the first session, 5,56,248 in the second session, 5,43,553 students in the third session, and 4,81,419 students appeared in the fourth and final session.

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