National Testing Agency (NTA) is all set to announce the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021 Session 4 results today, September 14, 2021, as confirmed by the Education Ministry. Since the exact time has not been mentioned, candidates can expect the results to come out anytime soon. Once announced, they can check their results on the official website jeemain.nta.nic.in. To check their results, candidates must simply choose the correct session and enter their Application Number and Date of Birth. This is the fourth and final session of JEE Main 2021 which was held during the August-September period. After compiling the results of all four sessions, NTA will be releasing the final merit list in due course of time.
The JEE Main 2021 Session 4 exam was held on August 26, 27, 31 and September 01 and 02, 2021. However, exam for B.Tech. aspirants was conducted on the first four days. Results for these aspirants are going to come out anytime soon. To check their results, candidates can go to any of the following official websites –
Irrespective of the portal, candidates will be led to the same result page and hence, the required login credentials also remain the same. Moreover, the main portal is bound to receive a lot of traffic due to the number of candidates eagerly waiting to check their results. To overcome this traffic, aspirants have other options to access the JEE Main 2021 results.
Apart from official portals, JEE Main 2021 session 4 score card will also be hosted on DigiLocker. Hence, candidates who do not have an account on DigiLocker must make one, as a back-up option. To create an account, they must provide important information such as –
# Name (as per Aadhaar card)
# Date of Birth
# Mobile Number
# 6-Digit Security Pin
# Email ID
# Aadhaar Card Number
After submitting these details, candidates must set a username to successfully create an account of DigiLocker. Once the results are announced, login to the portal to access the NTA marksheet for JEE Main 2021 session 4 results.
Based on the JEE Main 2021 Session 4 difficulty level, the number of 100-percentile scorers is likely to increase. In the first session held in February 2021, there were merely 6 toppers. The March and July 2021 sessions witnessed an increase in the number of 100-percentile scorers with 13 and 7 candidates, respectively. Will this increasing trend follow suit in the Session 4 results – only time will tell!