JEE Advanced 2021 results
Mridul Agarwal (overall topper) and Kavya Chopra (female topper).

The IIT Kharagpur on Friday announced the results of the JEE Advanced 2021 in which Mridul Agarwal emerged as the overall topper while Kavya Chopra topped the list of female candidates.

While Mridul Agarwal secured 348 marks out of 360 marks, Kavya Chopra secured 286 marks out of 360.

Jaipur’s Mridual Aggarwal got AIR 1 in JEE Advanced 2021.

Delhi student Kavya Chopra attained AIR 98 on the Common Rank List (CRL).

Earlier in the year, she became the first woman to score full marks – 300 – in the JEE Main 2021 result.

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The results of the JEE Advanced are now available on the official website –

The candidates can check their results using their JEE Advanced roll number or other details.

A total of 1,41,699 students appeared in JEE Advanced 2021 and the number of qualified students is 41,862.

The students, who were able to get their names listed in the Top 10 of the JEE Advanced 2021 are:

  1. Mridul Agarwal; 2.Dhananjay Raman; 3. Anant Lunia; 4. Ramaswamy Santhosh Reddy; 5. Polu Lakshmi Sai Lokesh Reddy; 6. Soni Naman Nirmal; 7. Kartik Sreekumar Nair; 8. Chaitanya Aggarwal; 9. Arnav Aditya Singh and 10. Modulla Hrushikesh Reddy

The IIT entrance examination was conducted on October 3 at the test centres across the country.

The candidates who have cleared the JEE Advanced 2021, can register for Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) counselling from October 16 at

The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) will conduct counselling for admission to IITs, NITs, IIITs and other GFTIs.

The candidates, who have secured ranks in the JEE Advanced 2021, are eligible to participate in the Joint Seat Allocation process for seats in IITs.

According to a mediareport, the ranks at which admission close at the IITs in 2021 – IIT Palakkad cutoff, IIT Madras cutoff, IIT BHU cutoff and others – will be finalised only after the final round of JoSAA counselling 2021.

However, the JEE Advanced cutoff in 2020 may be seen as indicative of the level of competition and how candidates get sorted into different IITs and BTech programmes.

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