JEE Main Analysis 2021 - Difficulty Level and Shift-wise Question Paper Analysis
JEE Main Analysis 2021- Candidates appearing for the JEE Main 2021 exam will be able to check the exam analysis for both January and April session from this page. Careers360 team will conduct an exclusive coverage of both the sessions of the exam and provide the JEE Main analysis 2021 here. JEE Main 2021 analysis will be available for both the papers- Paper 1 (B.E/B.Tech) and Paper 2 (B.Arch and B.Plan). Candidates will be able to check the student reviews, memory-based questions and topic-weightage through the JEE Main 2021 analysis. Candidates can check the detailed previous year JEE Main analysis from this page to have an idea of the type of questions asked in exam, difficulty level of exam. JEE Main exam analysis videos are also available on this page. Candidates can also find the JEE Main analysis by various coaching institutes here. Read the full article to know more about JEE Main analysis 2021.
JEE Main 2021 Analysis
Candidates will be able to check the day-wise and shift-wise JEE Main analysis 2021 for both the sessions of the exam from this page. JEE Main 2021 exam analysis for both the sessions will be updated here after the conclusion of the exam.
Previous Years’ JEE Main Analysis
Here, we have compiled the JEE Main analysis of previous years. Candidates can check the day-wise JEE Main analysis of both sessions of the exam for 2020 and 2019 here. JEE Main analysis includes student reviews, memory based questions, topics asked in the exam and much more. Candidates can also check the detailed previous year JEE Main analysis by various coaching institutes here.
JEE Main Analysis 2020
Candidates can check the JEE Main 2020 September exam analysis here. Careers360 has conducted an exclusive coverage of the exam and updated this JEE Main paper analysis on the basis of student reviews.
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis 2020: September 6- Afternoon Session
NTA concluded JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 for September 6 (slot 2). As per the students, the examination was of moderate to difficult level. Most of the candidates had no complaints about the examination and reported that all protocols were followed by the authorities:
Overall difficulty - Moderate to difficult
Mathematics - Difficult and lengthy. The questions in this section were from Vectors, 3D, coordinate geometry, algebra, differentiation, calculus, parabola and limit.
Physics - Difficult and tricky. This section did not have tricky questions
Chemistry - Easy. Organic section was tough but inorganic was easy. Physical chemistry questions were mainly from acid and base.-->
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis 2020: September 6- Forenoon Session
JEE Main 2020 paper 1 for September 6 first shift is over. Candidates can check here JEE Main September 6 analysis on the basis of students input who appeared in the exam.
As per the reaction of students, in Chemistry, questions came from chemical bonding, coordination compound, Physical chemistry, organic chemistry, and inorganic chemistry
In Physics, questions came from Optics, modern physics, electrostatics, magnetism, current electricity, EM waves, heath, and thermodynamics, Most of the numerical were from class 11, and from 12 mostly theory part was asked.
In Maths, questions came from calculus, trigonometry, algebra, coordinate geometry, 3D. The 3D questions were very hard.
Overall Difficulty Level of the Exam - Moderate
Difficulty Level of Mathematics - Difficult
Difficulty Level of Physics - Moderate to Difficult
Difficulty Level of Chemistry- Easy
Topics with More Weightage in Physics - Optics, Waves, Modern Physics
JEE Main Exam Analysis September 6 Morning Shift
Level of Difficulty
Easy to Moderate
JEE Main Analysis: September 5 (Afternoon shift)
The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate to difficult.
Questions asked in the Physics section were difficult and tricky.
The mathematics section was moderate but required more calculations.
The chemistry section was again the easiest section
JEE Main Analysis: September 5 (Forenoon shift)
According to a student who appeared in the JEE September 5 exam, the level of the paper was difficult.
The Chemistry section was again easy, however, some of the questions were tricky. Also, more questions based on theory.
The Physics section was moderate to difficult having numerical questions from class 11th topics. Some of the questions in the JEE Main Physics paper on September 5 were tricky.
Maths had questions that required lengthy calculations. Questions were asked from topics like vectors, 3D geometry, matrices, complex numbers, integration, calculus and coordinate geometry.
JEE Main Analysis: September 4 (Afternoon shift)
As per the student's reaction, the second shift JEE Main question paper 2020 was lengthy but was easy as compared to the January session.
The Mathematics session was a bit tough while Chemistry was easy.
The DIfficulty level of the Physics question paper was moderate.
Many questions were asked directly from NCERT.
JEE Main Analysis: September 4 (Forenoon shift)
The difficulty level of the JEE Main paper 1 exam of the first shift was easy to moderate.
The questions asked in the Chemistry section were easy.
Most of the questions in the JEE Main Chemistry Paper were from NCERT.
Physics and Mathematics sections had tricky questions.
Questions asked in Mathematics were time-consuming.
JEE Main Analysis: September 3 (Afternoon shift)
The JEE Main shift 2 exam for September 3 was moderately difficult.
Physics section in the question paper was the toughest due to tricky questions.
There were 75 questions in total with 25 questions in each section.
Mathematics section's difficulty level was moderate to tough with lengthy calculations and questions on vectors.
The Chemistry section again proved to be the most relieving section with most questions from NCERT.
JEE Main Analysis 2020: September 3 (Forenoon shift)
The overall difficulty level of the JEE Main September 3 exam first shift was moderate.
For most of the students, the JEE Main Physics exam for September 3 was difficult.
The mathematics section was easy to moderate while Chemistry was easy.
Topics like chemical bonding and coordination compounds had high weightage in the JEE Main September 3 paper 1 exam.
JEE Main Analysis: September 2 (Afternoon shift)
The JEE Main September 2 exam for the second shift was moderately difficult.
Physics as usual was the toughest section with most of the questions based on numerical problems.
Mathematics was moderately difficult and Chemistry was the easiest
There were more questions of class 12 topics for Physics.
To check the detailed JEE Main analysis for September 2 afternoon shift, watch the video
JEE Main Analysis 2020: September 2 (Forenoon shift)
Exam was moderate in difficulty level.
Physics was the toughest section and maximum were numerical questions.
Some students also found Mathematics a bit tough but some found it moderate. Some topics asked were Complex numbers, Sequence and Series, Calculus, Integration, etc.
Chemistry had most theoritical questions; maximum questions were from Organic Chemistry and 3, 4 questions were directly from NCERT.
As per student reviews for September 2 Shift 1 most of the questions were from Class 12th syllabus.
To check the detailed JEE Main analysis for September 2 morning shift, watch the video
JEE Main 2020 Paper Analysis: September 1 (Afternoon shift)
Mathematics was the difficult section of all.
Overall, the JEE Main 2020 paper 2 on September 1 was moderate
For B.Arch, the Mathematics section was a bit difficult with questions from Integration, area bound questions, differentiation, etc.
Drawing section was easier than all the sections
The General aptitude section was comparatively easier.
For B. Planning, the Mathematics section was tricky with more questions from integration and a few numerical value questions.
The B.Planning question paper of JEE Main September 1 can be regarded as moderately difficult.
JEE Main Analysis: September 1 (Forenoon shift)
Difficulty level was moderate for all sections except Mathematics
For B.Arch, drawing and aptitude sections were easy.
There were five questions on numerical values
Some candidates found drawing part to be difficult as well
In the drawing section, more questions were based on views of in pictures, odd figures. The level of this section was moderate.
The General Aptitude section was easier based on various figures. There were questions of general knowledge as well.
To check the detailed JEE Main analysis for September 1 (Shift 1 & 2), watch the video
Check day-wise analysis of JEE Main 2020 September from the table below:
JEE Main Paper Analysis 2020 by Coaching Institutes
Candidates can check the JEE Main analysis provided by various coaching institutes here-
JEE Main Analysis 2020 by Aakash Institute - September 6 (Shift 1)
JEE Main 2020 September paper was lengthy but of moderate difficulty level. Overall, it was quite balanced.
The difficulty level of the Physics paper was moderate as compared to Maths. Many questions were asked from Electrostat, Mechanics, Optics, and Modern Physics.
The chemistry section was easy. Theoretical paper and Inorganic Chemistry portion had higher weightage as compared to Physical and Organic Chemistry. Integer type questions were easy.
Maths paper was lengthy and calculative. Questions were asked from all the topics.
JEE Main Analysis 2020 by Learn@Careers360 - September 6
According to the Careers360 analysis, Maths paper is a bit lengthy with long calculations. Whereas the physics paper is more tricky and the chemistry paper is moderate.
Most of the physics questions are moderate. According to physics experts faculties 20% questions are difficult and 24% questions are easy.
The Maths question paper is difficult because of lengthy calculations. According to expert maths faculties 12% of questions are difficult, 52% are moderate and resr are easy questions.
The chemistry paper was moderate with around 56 % moderate questions and the rest of the questions were a bit easy one. There were many questions from NCERT and more number of questions were asked from inorganic chemistry.
JEE Main Analysis 2020 by Learn@Careers360 - September 5
JEE Main 2020 September 5 was conducted as a 3 hour paper in two shifts - 9 AM to 12 Noon and 3 PM to 6 PM. According to the analysis, the exam was of moderate difficulty and Physics was the most difficult section. Questions in Physics were time consuming while Chemistry was easier and gave equal weightage to all units. Mathematics was moderate to difficult with some tricky questions.
JEE Main Analysis 2020 by Aakash Institute - September 5 (Shift 1)
On the basis of the JEE main 2020 exam analysis September 5 from students, the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate to easy. Candidates were able to complete the JEE Main exam within the given time.
Physics: The Physics section was calculative and lengthy. Almost all the topics were covered and most of the questions were asked from Electrostatic, Mechanics, Optics, and Modern Physics. Integer type of questions were a little calculative and answers were asked up to decimal.
Chemistry: The Chemistry paper was easy as compared to the JEE Main January session. The total number of questions asked from Organic Chemistry were more as compared to Physical and Inorganic Chemistry. Candidates were able to complete the JEE Main Chemistry question paper within the time.
Mathematics: Questions asked in the Maths section were of moderate level. Most of the questions were asked from Calculus, Algebra & Coordinate geometry.
JEE Main 2020 Analysis by FIITJEE - September 4 (Shift 1)
As per the feedback from students on JEE Main 2020 analysis, almost all chapters of Class XI and XII CBSE Board were covered in all three subjects.
Physics: The difficulty level of the JEE Main September 4 Physics paper was easy to moderate. The Physics question paper had more fact-based lengthy questions. Many questions were asked from the rotation chapter. Also, some numerical based questions had lengthy calculations.
Chemistry: In the Chemistry paper, more weightage was given to class XII chapters. Most of the questions asked in the JEE Main Chemistry paper were from Inorganic and Organic Chemistry. According to students, the level of questions was above the NCERT level.
Mathematics: Questions in the Maths section were asked from almost all chapters of coordinate geometry and algebra. The questions from calculus were less as compared to coordinate geometry. Also, some numerical based questions required lengthy calculations.
JEE Main 2020 Analysis by Aakash Institute - September 4 (Shift 1)
Overall the JEE Main shift one question paper for September 4 was balanced and of moderate difficulty level. However, the JEE Main paper 1 was a little lengthy as compared to past papers.
Physics: The paper was of moderate level but consisted of more calculation based questions. Integer type questions were calculative. Questions asked in the JEE Main Physics question paper were from all topics like Electrostat, Mechanics, Optics, and Modern Physics.
Chemistry: Chemistry paper was easy. The questions in this section were mostly theoretical with Organic Chemistry having a higher weightage as compared to Physical and Inorganic. Most of the questions in the JEE Main Chemistry question paper were from NCERT.
Mathematics- Maths section was lengthy and calculative as compared to Physics and Chemistry. Due to lengthy calculations, many students were unable to attempt this section completely.
JEE Main 2020 Analysis by Allen Kota - September 3
As per the feedback received by students who appeared in the morning session, question paper can be said to be difficult. The complete JEE main syllabus had been covered and questions in each subject were from all topics. Questions asked from Physics was the most difficult subject and questions from the informative part of Chemistry were also difficult. Maths questions from almost all topics of syllabus and 3-4 questions in Maths were of integer value answers. Binomial and standard deviation questions also asked in Maths. Questions from Physics were tricky and lengthy requiring elimination and approximation to arrive at solution. Mechanics part had 3-4 questions, 1 from EMV while modern physics was less. In Chemistry, numerical questions from conduction, electrochemistry and photoelectric effect were moderate. Informative questions from organic and inorganic chemistry were a bit difficult like chemical reactions of novestrol and questions from environmental effects from thermal power plants.
The evening paper was easy in terms of difficulty level, as per the reaction from students who appeared in the exam. Physics part was moderate with equal weightage of numerical and theoretical part. Questions from mechanics were easy while that of EMV was moderate. Optics part was less on paper. In Chemistry, the Organic part was most difficult where SN-2 reactions and Aldol-Cannizzaro and organic drugs questions were asked. In physical chemistry, the electrochemistry and equilibrium part was also asked. In inorganic chemistry, easy questions from coordination and P-block were asked. In maths, most questions were from Integration, differentiation and vectors while some questions were also from relation and reasoning, In all, topics of class 11 and 12 were equally asked in all subjects.
JEE Main Analysis by Learn@Careers360 - September 3, 2020
The overall difficulty level of the paper was somewhere between easy and moderate. Physics section was a little tough.
Math section was a little bit lengthy.
Chemistry was easiest. One can save some time in chemistry section and utilise it for maths paper
50-60 percent of the questions were directly asked from NCERT and were fact based.
JEE Main Analysis by Aakash Institute - September 3, 2020 (Shift 1)
Physics was difficult as compared to Mathematics and Chemistry. The questions asked in the Physics section were slightly tricky and calculation based. Integer types of questions were calculative.
Chemistry was of moderate level. Theoretical and organic chemistry portions had a higher weightage. Numerical value based questions were calculative due to the mixing of concept and data based.
Maths section was balanced and easy.
JEE Main Analysis by FIITJEE - September 3, 2020 (Shift 1)
Mathematics was easy to moderate. Questions asked in the JEE Main paper 1 exam September 3 were from Co-ordinate Geometry, Calculus and Algebra. Numerical value based questions were a bit lengthy.
Physics section was also of moderate difficulty level. Numerical value based questions were tough as compared to MCQ. The question asked on AC circuits was calculative.
Chemistry had questions from all Physical, Organic, and Inorganic Chemistry. Numerical based questions were lengthy. Fact based questions were asked directly from NCERT.
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis by Learn@Careers360 - September 2
Overall paper was of moderate difficulty
Mathematics and Chemistry were of of average difficulty
Physics was comparatively easier
In the Chemistry section, equal weightage was given to organic, inorganic and physical chemistry.
In Mathematics, 70% of the questions were of moderate difficulty and easy and difficult questions were equally distributed.
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis by Aakash Institute- September 2 (Shift 1)
The overall difficulty level of the JEE Main Paper 1 shift 1 exam was moderate.
The Physics section was a little bit difficult due to lengthy calculations.
Maths was quite easy as compared to the JEE Main January attempt.
Chemistry paper was a more theoretical type, memory-based and theoretical concepts were on the higher side.
The numerical questions were less.
JEE Main question paper was balanced and almost all the chapters and topics were covered.
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis by FIITJEE- September 2 (Shift 1)
The weightage of questions was more from XIth Class as compared to XIIth Class in all three subjects Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.
In terms of order of Difficulty – Mathematics was the toughest and Chemistry was the easiest. This paper was of Easy to Moderate level as per students.
Mathematics was moderate, Physics was easy to moderate and Chemistry was easy.
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis by Gradeup- September 2
The overall level of the exam was Easy to Moderate.
Physics was the difficult section for most of the students.
Maths was moderate and lengthy. Students were able to attempt 13-14 questions with ease.
Chemistry was easy. Questions were directly based on NCERT(60-70 %).
Questions were uniformly asked from the whole syllabus in each of the subjects.
JEE Main Paper 2 Analysis by FIITJEE
The level of difficulty was easy as compared to the January session of JEE Main Paper-2 as per feedback from students.
Mathematics section was of easy to moderate level. Students reported that Numerical based questions were lengthy compared to Jan session of the same paper as questions involved calculations. All chapters covered in calculus and coordinate geometry.
Aptitude and Drawing Sections were easy.
JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Questions (Memory Based)
Q. Where is Notre Dame Cathedral?
Ans: Paris, France.
Q. Where does the President of the USA live?
Ans: The White House
Q. Which colour represents equality?
Q. Why is beam used in buildings?
Ans : Bemas are used as critical support or the main framework in buildings.
Q. Whose residence is Downing street?
Ans: Downing Street is the official residence of the First Lord of the Treasury, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Q. Where is Bara Imambara located?
Ans : Lucknow
Q. A thin liquid film formed between a U-shaped wire and a light slider supports a weight of 1.5x 10-2 N. The length of the slider is 30 cm and its weight negligible. The surface tension of the liquid film is -
Q. A boy can throw a stone up to a maximum height of 10m. The maximum horizontal distance that the boy can throw the same stone will be?
Q. If the line 2x=y=k passes through the point which divides the line segment joining the points (1,1) and (2,4) in the ratio 3:2, then k equals?
Q. An equation of a plane parallel to the plane x-2y+2z-5=0 and at a unit distance from the origin is?
Q. Draw a highway road diagram with car and truck in opposite direction
JEE Main Analysis 2020 by Resonance
JEE Main Analysis 2020 by Coaching Institutes
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis 2020: January 9 (Afternoon Shift)
According to students, Physics was the most difficult subject and Mathematics & Chemistry were moderate in difficulty level.
In Chemistry, questions were asked from Markovnikov reaction, Anti-Markovnikov reaction, Ideal gas equations, Thermal Expansion, etc.
Physics section had questions from Wheatstone bridge and resistance.
Questions in Mathematics had more weightage from Trigonometry, Algebra and Continuity & differentiability was dominant.
Equal weightage of questions from Class 11th and 12th syllabus
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis 2020: January 9 (Forenoon Shift)
The exam was of moderate difficulty.
Physics was found to be the toughest subject by many students.
Chemistry was the easiest section and most of the questions were NCERT based.
Mathematics had questions from balanced topics.
JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis: January 8 (Afternoon Shift)
The paper was of moderate difficulty.
The paper was based on NCERT.
Physics and Chemistry was easy while Mathematics was tough. Mathematics was lengthy.
There were more formula based questions in Physics.
Mathematics section included questions from coordinate geometry.
In chemistry, three questions were from coordination compounds.
Very less questions were asked from Modern Physics and Optics.
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis 2020: January 8 (Forenoon Shift)
Moderate difficulty level.
Most students found Mathematics as the toughest section.
The questions based on calculus were quite easy, while the questions on algebra were tough.
Many students also found Physics to be a tough section. There were questions from Ray Optics and Waves in Physics.
The questions from 12th class syllabus were difficult in Physics as compared to questions from class 11th syllabus.
The question paper was from simple topics but had tricky and time-consuming questions.
JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 Analysis: January 7 (Afternoon Shift)
The paper was of moderate level.
There were more questions from the 12th syllabus and NCERT based questions.
Five numerical questions were present from each subject.
Some students felt there were some time constraints.
Mathematics was a difficult section while Chemistry was the easiest.
Physics was also a tough section.
There were mostly inorganic questions in the Chemistry section. Questions regarding reactions were also there.
Around one or two questions were from Thermodynamics.
Numerical questions took time to solve.
Mathematics had more integration and differentiation questions.
In the Physics section, there were questions on electric fields. Both 11th and 12th standard syllabus questions were present in Physics.
JEE Main Paper 1 Analysis 2020: January 7 (Forenoon Shift)
According to the students who appeared for the examination, the paper was of moderate difficulty.
Many students found Mathematics and Physics difficult while Chemistry was comparatively easier.
There were a total five numerical value questions.
Integer questions were also present in the question paper.
The Chemistry section had 6 to 7 questions from Organic Chemistry and 5 to 6 from Inorganic.
In Physics, there were more questions from Circles, Thermodynamics.
Mathematics also had questions from coordinate geometry.
JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Analysis: January 6 (Afternoon Shift)
As per the students who attempted the afternoon shift, the exam was of moderate difficulty.
The aptitude questions mainly consisted of designs which the candidates had to see and say how it looks like from different views.
Drawing sections had questions like drawing of portrait and aesthetic values of equilateral triangles.
Mathematics was tough.
There were four numerical questions.
JEE Main Paper 2 Analysis 2020: January 6 (Forenoon Shift)
According to the students who attempted the examination, the paper was of moderate difficulty.
There were more questions from the 11th standard syllabus and Mathematics was of average difficulty.
In the General Aptitude section, there were questions such as explaining 3D image, viewing the structure of a building from the top and having to match it with the options.
Mathematics was a bit tricky but not tough. Coordinate Geometry and Sets & Probability questions were there in the paper.
General aptitude had questions on mental ability and there were only a few questions from theories.
Numerical value questions were not very tough
In the drawing section, the students had to draw a gymnast and then use cylinders to make a composition.
Drawing section had landscape related questions.
Check day-wise analysis of JEE Main 2020 from the table below:
JEE Main Analysis 2019
According to the JEE Main analysis for 2019, the examination was moderate in difficulty level.
The overall paper was of moderate difficulty.
Mathematics section was the most difficult out of all the sections. Physics was of moderate difficulty and chemistry was easiest but a bit tricky.
Questions were simple and straightforward, however, tricky questions were also asked
Most of the questions were NCERT based.
In the Chemistry section, Organic Chemistry included a few logical questions and was the difficult part.
Questions on Coordinate geometry in Mathematics were lengthy in nature
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NOW IAM IN 12TH AND IAM GOING TO WRITE JEE MAIN 2021 MARCH,APRIL,MAY FOR JEE CAN WE PREPARE ONLY 11TH SYLLABUS?IS IT ENOUGF ?IFENOUGH MEANS HOW MANY MARKSCAN WE GET BY PREPARING ONLY 11TH PORTION. BECAUSE TO FINIDH MY SCHOOL H.W,IT TOOK FULL OF MY TIME OR CAN WE PREPARE JEE PORTION WEIGHTAGEWISE?
In jee mains, the weightage of class 11th topics is almost 40% and the rest is from class 12th syllabus. If you just prepare the 11th class syllabus, already you are behind those people who have also studied class 12th properly. But at this point of time you do not have much time, so I would suggest you to revise class 11th syllabus properly so that you score as much as possible. It just depends on you now, if you study nicely then you can crack jee otherwise it would be very difficult yo crack jee with 40% preparation. You can also check out the topics with maximum weightage and prepare them well. I have mentioned a link fo it:
The marks from careers360 mock test and actual JEE mains exams, how off are they from each other ?
The mock tests are designed in such a way so that they match the level of jee mains questions, also they are kept a little bit more difficult so that students push their limits. If you are scoring suppose 150 marks in jee mains mock tests of careers360 then you can expect a score of around 160-170 in jee mains. The questions in the mock tests are designed on the basis of previous years questions and according to the weightage of each topic.
can I do Btech with jee mains preperation
Yes , of course you can if you are determined and focused. I assume you are asking this because you are aiming to get a better college with JEE score while you have already joined B.Tech is a college to avoid wasting a year.This is possible but may not be that easy , it depends on your capability.You will have to handle both college exams, assignments and all other engagements along with JEE prep . You need to be extremely disciplined and study on a daily basis . It might be more rigorous than you expected at times ,so you should ensure that you won't flunk college studies, because remember in case you have to continue in the same college, a poor performance in the first year can put you under a bad light. Anyways , if you are confident it is possible , so set proper time table giving time for both college and JEE prep and stick to it. You can take online coaching for JEE .Practice a lot of mock tests to strengthen speed and accuracy.
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if I score in physics jee main 4 and other sub. 45and45 then I am get top nit collage
Since you have not mentioned your category so considering it is General.
As per the data given by you, your total marks come out to be 94 out of total 300 in JEE-Main 2021. So if we go through the analysis of marks Vs Percentile Vs rank for JEE-Main 2020 then according to such marks your rank and percentile is expected to be in the range of 46076 - 36253 and 94.9985943180054 - 96.0648502433078 respectively and this rank can take you to some of the average NITs or IIITs for B.Tech course and even there are high chances that you will get qualified for JEE-Advance on such marks,, you can check out marks Vs ranks Vs Percentile from the link given below :-
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do we need to give JEE mains or we can get admission via aptitude tests
You haven't mentioned a complete question. You did not mention where you wish to seet admission.
The NRTI admission offers a variety of UG and PG courses related to railways and transportation while jee mains is conducted to invite admissions to b. Tech courses in various nit/iiit/gfti all over the country. The two examinations are really different.
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