JEE Mains 2021: ‘I follow Elon Musk’: Ranjim Prabal Das, one of the toppers of JEE

I Elon Musk says that Ranjim Prabal Das announced the results of the JEE Mains Examination yesterday. On 8 March JEE Mains 2021 results were declared and 6 students scored 100 marks in Engineering Entrance Examination. Ranjim Prabal Das, who hails from Delhi, revealed his further education plans and said he would go to IIT Delhi for higher studies or IISc Bangalore for Bachelor of Science.

Before the test, amidst the epidemic, Ranjim was detected with COVID-19, but he defeated the virus. He said that when I tested COVID positive, I focused on treatment. Once the fever subsided, I started studying back.

According to the National Testing Agency, Gurmeet Singh from Chandigarh, Saket Jha from Rajasthan, Siddharth Mukherjee from Maharashtra and Anant Krishna Kidambi from Gujarat are the other students who secured the Perfect 100 in the entrance exam.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the February session examination from February 23 to February 26, 2021. The examination was conducted at more than 800 centers in 331 cities, including nine centers abroad – Colombo, Doha, Dubai, Kathmandu, Musaddat, Riyadh, Sharjah, Singapore and Kuwait.

This year, a total of 6.52 lakh candidates had registered for the entrance examination, out of which 95 percent appeared in B.E / B.Tech paper and 81.2 percent in B.Arch / B.Planning paper.

This was the first time the exam was conducted in 13 languages ​​- Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, English and Gujarati. From this year, the exam will be conducted four times a year to provide students with the flexibility and opportunity to improve their scores. The next stages will be held in March, April and May.

After the February, March, April and May sessions of JEE (Main) -2021 examination, the rank of the candidates will be released keeping in mind the best of the four NTA scores as per the policy. Candidates have the option to appear in one, two, three, four examinations for admission.