JEE Main Result 2021: JEE Main result released, 44 candidates got 100 percentile

The result of JEE-Main, the engineering entrance exam, was declared on Tuesday night, in which a total of 44 candidates scored 100 percentile. While 18 candidates got the top rank. Education Ministry officials gave this information on Tuesday night.

From this year onwards the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-Main is being conducted four times in a year to give the students a chance to improve their scores. The first phase was conducted in February and the second in March. The next phase of examinations were to be held in April and May, but were postponed in view of the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country. The third phase was conducted from July 20-25 while the fourth phase was conducted from August 26 to September 2.

Check result like this
Step 1: Visit the official website or
Step 2: On the home page, click on the link ‘JEE Main 2021 session 4 results’.
Step 3: Enter your Application Number, Date of Birth and Security Code.
Step 4: After filling the details click on the ‘Submit’ button.
Step 5: JEE Main result for session 4 will open on the screen, check it.
Step 6: Download JEE Main Season 4 result and take a printout for further reference.

Registration for JEE Advanced
After the release of JEE Main Result 2021, the registration for JEE Advanced will start. Two and a half lakh (2,50,000) candidates who have secured top rank in JEE Main cut-off can apply for JEE Advanced. Candidates will complete the JEE Advanced 2021 registration process by visiting the official website,

When JEE Advanced Exam?(JEE Advanced 2021 Exam Date)
JEE Advanced exam will be conducted on 03 October 2021 for taking admission in BTech and UG engineering program courses in 23 IITs.

You can check JEE Main Result 2021 on these websites,,

RRB Group D admit card will be released on these websites soon

Candidates applying for government jobs under RRB Group D in railways can get the information about the release of exam date from Railway Recruitment Board soon. Admit cards will be issued only after the release of the exam date. After the release of the admit card, candidates will know what time and where their exam is. Candidates will get the information about the release of the exam date on the official website of Railway Recruitment Board,

RRB Group D exams can also be conducted like RRB NTPC. The number of candidates who applied for this exam is more as compared to the candidates who appeared in the RRB NTPC exam. The admit card and travel pass of the exam will be issued by the RRB after the release of the Group D exam date. After the issuance of travel pass and admit card, candidates will be able to check by visiting the official website of the department. Questions will be asked from General Science, Maths, General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Awareness and Current Affairs in RRB Group D exam.

Selection will be done in so many stages
In RRB Group D exam candidates have to go through several stages. Firstly candidates have to give Computer Best Test (CBT). Candidates who will clear this exam will also undergo Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Document Verification and Medical Examination. The Examination Authority reserves the right to conduct CBT in single or multistage.

How to apply in railway
Interested candidates can apply with required details at Candidates selected for the posts must also bring their medical certificate at the time of document verification.

How to apply in railways
The selected candidates will be given a stipend as per the rules of the Chhattisgarh State Government. The selected candidate or, if he is a minor, his guardian has been contracted with the candidate.

What should be the age for applying in railway
The age limit of the candidate should be more than 15 years and less than 24 years to apply for these posts. The age of the candidates will be calculated from July 1, 2021. Relaxation will be provided to reserved category candidates as per rules.

What should be the age for applying in railway
Candidates who want to apply for these posts should be 10th pass or equivalent. Also, they must have passed ITI in relevant trades from a recognized institute.

Railway vacancy details
According to the official notification released by South East Central Railway, a total of 432 Apprentice posts are vacant. Out of which there are vacancies in many trades including 125 of Fitter, 90 of COPA, 15 posts of Stenographer Hindi, 15 posts of Stenographer English. For full details of vacant posts, candidates see official notification.

job opportunity in railway
South East Central Railway, SECR has invited applications from interested and eligible candidates for the post of Apprentice. Eligible candidates can apply online through official website The last date to apply for these posts is 10 October 2021.

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s crackdown on the tutoring industry aims to help create a more harmonious society

So far, there have been 8 protests involving education workers in the country in August, more than the monthly average compiled by the China Labor Bulletin since January 2019. In late July, a few days after the announcement of a major policy change, two more incidents occurred.

One protest in Shanghai involved a company that helps students prepare for study abroad, whose management fled without paying its employees. Similar episodes were seen in cities such as Beijing, Changsha, and Nanjing. The crackdown has exacerbated the financial troubles many schools face due to the pandemic, said Aidan Chau, a researcher at the Hong Kong-based China Labor Bulletin.

“In the past, companies still hoped they could get on with their normal business, but after July, some school managers just decided to shut down and run away,” he said. “We expect there will be more cases where this kind of real policy actually materializes.”

China has announced a major overhaul of its education sector, banning companies that teach the school curriculum from making profits, raising capital, and imposing restrictions on listing. The move came when young people complained about excessive demands on tutoring, and parents worried about high costs and that their children would be lagging behind if they did not attend extra classes.

Chau said that so far, smaller firms have been involved in protests because the larger ones had better policies and paid employees amounts that met or sometimes exceeded legal requirements.

He called on the official All China Federation of Trade Unions to help educators get paid and other issues.6 “If the official union does nothing, then when the workers decide to act on their own, the Communist Party or the union will have no excuse.”