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Ex IITian’s Parivaar NGO Teaching 25 Thousand Poor Children For Free

Kali Ratri is a village deep in a forest 24 away from the urban population. Kids are gathered in the courtyard of one of the ten kutcha houses that were recently built in the village. This kutcha house is a school. This school, named Shriramkrishna Vivekananda Seva Kutir, is not just a school, it is part of a Parivaar(family). Parivaar NGO runs 254 such schools in Madhya Pradesh, teaching 25 thousand tribal, destitute children, who are deprived of basic facilities like electricity and water. The children are also provided with nutritious meals twice a day free of cost. The kids are also given clean clothes. Currently, the school runs from nursery to VIIIth standard, and preparations to provide higher schooling are on their way.

Started Parivaar’s Seva Kutir in 2003: Vinayak

Vinayak, former alumni of IIT Kharagpur and IIM Ahmedabad, started Parivaar’s ‘Seva Kutir’ in 2003 with his 3 children in Kolkata. “This fight is only against illiteracy, malnutrition, and inequality. My initial studies were in MP and my father has been an IAS here. I have seen the ground reality here with them,” said Vinayak.

Vinayak explains that in 2016 he expanded the service cottage in MP. At present, 8 districts are running ‘Seva Kutir’ in Dewas, Sheopur, Mandla, Sehore, Chhindwara, Khandwa, Vidisha, and Dindori. Residential education centers are also being built, where these children will also be able to live. At present, Parivaar has the largest free residential educational institute in West Bengal, which has more than two thousand children.

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254 Seva Kutir schools in MP alone

The target is to start 500 centers by 2023, in which 50 thousand children will be able to study. The cost of a center of ‘Seva Kutir’ is about 12.5 lakh rupees. is. There are 254 centers in the state. The institution relies on the CSR funds of large companies and single donors to run them. Recently, the construction of 5 residential centers has been funded by Sachin Tendulkar.

Siddharth Parmar, who is looking after the cottages running in 5 villages, says that all these children also go to government schools. In government schools, there is 1 teacher for every 200–300 children. The ‘Seva Kutir’ fulfills these deficiencies. These children spend 3 hours in the morning before school and 3 hours in the evening after school in the ‘Seva Kutir’. We do not build a building separately, but choose a house in the village where there is a little space and the children can sit.


Sachin Tendulkar corona postive

सचिन तेंदुलकर को हुआ कोरोना वायरस, ट्विटर पे किया पोस्ट

क्रिकेर के आइकॉन और इंडिया के पूर्व कप्तान सचिन तेंदुलकर ने ट्विटर पे पोस्ट करके बताया की उन्हें कोरोना होगया हैं। और वह अभी होम क्वारंटाइन मैं हैं। 47 वर्षीय, जिन्होंने हाल ही में जयपुर में रोड सेफ्टी वर्ल्ड सीरीज़ में छापा था, ने बताया कि उनके हल्के लक्षण हैं।

सचिन तेंदुलकर ने ट्विटर पे खुलासा किया कि वह कोविड -19 से संक्रमित हैं

तेंदुलकर हाल के दिनों में वायरस के लिए सकारात्मक परीक्षण करने वाले सबसे बड़े नामों में से एक है। तेंदुलकर ने ट्विटर पर जारी एक बयान में कहा, “मैंने हल्के लक्षणों का पालन करते हुए आज सकारात्मक परीक्षण किया है। घर के अन्य लोगों ने नकारात्मक परीक्षण किया है। मैंने खुद को घर पर ही देख लिया है और सभी आवश्यक प्रोटोकॉल का पालन कर रहा हूं।”

Sachin Tendulkar tested Covid-19 positive
सचिन तेंदुलकर का ट्वीट


Holi 2021 girl playing holi

Holi 2021 Skin Care: Tips & Tricks For Taking Care Of Your Skin

Holi 2021 Skin Care: No doubt playing Holi is a lot of fun, but the fun ends when the time comes to getting rid of colors. We all wished there was some kind of cream or soap that will take off the colors in one go. Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with such magical soap or cream, but we can surely give the next best thing- tips and tricks which will help you enjoy Holi without worrying about the harmful effects of stubborn colors on your skin.

Here are some tips and tricks to help your skin prepare for Holi 2021

Holi 2021 Skincare
Holi 2021 Skincare
  • When removing colors- Dry or wet, do not use hot water to remove them at all. This will only make the colors more firm. It is advisable to use cold water instead of warm or hot water to remove color.
  • Use a mixer of honey, papaya, and Fuller’s earth(Multani Mitti) and apply it on the face, hands, and feet to remove the colors while at the same time nourishing your skin.
  • To get rid of Holi colors, mix equal quantities of honey and lemon juice and apply it well on the face. Wash with room temperature water after 15-20 minutes.
  • Before your bath, prepare a mixture of flour, olive oil, and lemon juice and apply it to your entire body in a circular motion with light hands. After the mixture dries a bit, take your shower.
  • You can also use a natural homemade scrub prepared from gram flour, curd, turmeric, lemon, and olive oil. It will help you remove the stubborn colors at the same time being beneficial for your skin.
  • Do not use shampoo immediately for removing colors from your hair. Instead, apply one egg on your hair at least 30 minutes before shampooing. If you want to use egg, a mixture of fenugreek powder and curd can also be used. Apart from this, mustard oil is also very beneficial for hair before washing your hair with shampoo.
  • Those with sensitive and acne-prone skin require special care after removing the color. It is generally suggested for them to massage the face with a good antiseptic cream. This will provide relief from irritation and rashes.
  • Coconut oil, olive oil, or mustard oil are great moisturizers for applying to the body and face before going out to play Holi. The oil massage will prevent the colors from penetrating deep into the skin and will also provide relief from itching, burning sensation, and rashes.


Ram Charan and Allu Arjun

It’s Ram Charan’s Birthday: 10 Things You Must Know About Ram Charan

Today is Ram Charan’s 33rd birthday, one of the biggest superstar actors of the Telugu film industry.

Ram Charan is a multi-talented person which can be gauged by the fact that he is not only an actor but also a dancer, a producer, a businessman, and an entrepreneur. Not only this, but he is also among the highest-paid actor in Tollywood (Telugu Film Industry) and South Film Industry. Ram Charan was born on 27 March 1985 in the city of Madras (now Chennai) in the state of Tamil Nadu. He married Upasana Kamineni in the year 2012. Even though he is the son of megastar Chiranjeevi, he made his own separate identity in the industry

Ram Charan RRR
Still from Ram Charan’s next movie RRR

10 Things You Must Know About Ram Charan

Ram Charan Happy birthday
Ram Charan Happy birthday
  1. Ram Charan belongs to a Superstar Family. He is the son of famous actor Chiranjeevi. His uncle Pawan Kalyan and cousin brother Allu Arjun are also superstar actors.
  2. Ram Charan started his career in Tollywood i.e. Telugu industry in the year 2007, but never took advantage of being from a superstar family. Ram Charan made his image on the basis of his own films and acting.
  3. In the year 2016, Charan started his own production house, named Konidela Production Company. Apart from his film career, he also owns a polo team ‘Hyderabad Polo Riding Club’.
  4. Ram Charan also started a Hyderabad-based airline in July 2015, named ‘Trujet’.
  5. Charan made her Bollywood debut in the year 2013 with Priyanka Chopra in the film called ‘’Zanjeer’. It was a remake of Amitabh Bachchan’s 1973 film ‘Zanjeer’. Although this film was not able to break any records in the box office.
  6. The next year, he starred in the film ‘Yevadu’, which became the biggest blockbuster film of his career. Not only this, but the film also got 30 million views on YouTube.
  7. After ‘Bruce Lee: The Fighter’ didn’t perform well at the box office, Ram Charan came back in 2016 with the superhit film ‘Dhruva.
  8. Ram Charan also produced his father Superstar Chiranjeevi’s 150th film Khaidi No. 150, which also featured his uncle Pawan Kalyan.
  9. Ram Charan got his own identity from the 2009 film ‘Magadheera’. Magadheera was released to critical acclaim and the film won many awards.
  10. Ram Charan also sang a song for the film ‘Zanjeer’, released in Telugu as ‘Thoofan’. The song ‘ “Mumbai Ke Hero’ was well received by fans and critics alike.


Pakistani players to play in IPL

Pakistani Cricketers To Play In IPL 2022? Reports Of Ind-Pak T20 Series

Pakistani cricketers’ dream of playing in the IPL may be finally fulfilled in 2022 as rumors of the India-Pakistan bilateral series were reported in the media.

The Pakistani players got their first and the only chance in the first season of Indian Premier League(IPL) way back in 2008. A total of 12 Pakistani players played in the inaugural season of IPL. Since then, it has been a 14-year exile for the Pakistani players. But hopefully the exile might finally be over next year.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) asked to ‘be prepared’ for India-Pakistan bilateral series?

Pakistani players to play in IPL
Pakistani players to play in IPL

According to a recent article by, PCB has been asked to ‘be prepared for a bilateral series between the two countries during this year. An official of the PCB was reported being told to be prepared for the Indo-Pak bilateral T20 series. But when asked by the media, PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani denied the rumors of being approached by any BCCI or having any talks between the BCCI and the PCB. Though the board member reportedly admitted that a bilateral series in the coming season might be on the cards.

Actually, media reports have quoted that India and Pakistan can play 3 match T20 series this year. Since the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup is scheduled to be held in India and Pakistan cricket team will visit India for the tournament, the idea of Pakistani players getting entry in the IPL seems plausible.

No Pakistani cricketer played for Chennai Super Kings, Kings XI Punjab, and Mumbai Indians

The first season of IPL was played in 2008 with 8 teams. A total of 12 Pakistani cricketers played for 5 teams in the tournament. Then Chennai Super Kings (CSK), Kings XI Punjab (KXIP), and Mumbai Indians (MI) were the only teams that did not include any Pakistani cricketer. While Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) played the most number of Pakistani cricketers – 4 in total. Rajasthan Royals (RR) had 3 Pakistani players, while Delhi Daredevils (DD) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) played 2 players each. Hyderabad-based Deccan Chargers (DC) team included only 1 i.e. Shahid Afridi.


Ratan Tata vs Cyrus Mistry

Tata-Mistry Case: SC Uphold Tata Sons’ Removal Of Cyrus Mistry

The Supreme Court has given its verdict today on the case of Tata Sons Ltd, a Tata group company, and Cyrus Mistry of Shapoorji Pallonji (SP) Group. The court rejected the NCLAT’s decision, saying Mistry was legally correct to remove Tata Sons as chairman. The court also said that both Tata Sons and Shapoorji Pallonji (SP) Group should settle the issue of shares. The judgment was delivered by the bench composed of Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice AS Bopanna, and Justice V Ramasubramaniam.

The court reserved the verdict in the matter on 17 December last year. Tata Sons challenged the order of the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) dated 18 December 2019, in which NCLAT restored Cyrus Mistry as the chairman of Tata Sons Limited. NCLAT’s order was stayed by the Supreme Court on 10 January 2020.
Mistry was the youngest chairman of Tata Sons and his family owns an 18.4% stake in Tata Sons. He is also the second major shareholder in Tata Sons after Tata Trusts.

The NCLAT had said in its December 2019 judgment that it was illegal to remove Cyrus Mistry from the post of chairperson at the Tata Sons board meeting in 2016. It also directed that Ratan Tata should not take any decision in advance, requiring a majority decision in the Board of Directors of Tata Sons or a majority in the AGM.

Ratan Tata vs Cyrus Mistry

Cyrus Mistry took over as President of Tata Sons in December 2012 and was removed from the post on 24 October 2016 by a majority of the company’s Board of Directors. Subsequently, at a board meeting (EGM) convened on 6 February 2017, shareholders voted to remove Mistry from the board of Tata Sons. N Chandrasekaran then took over as executive chairman of Tata Sons.

Two Shapoorji Pallonji companies approached the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) alleging the removal of Mistry was unfair and allegation of mismanagement of minority shareholders over the case. Both these companies are shareholders in Tata Sons. However, in July 2018, the NCLT rejected the petition against which the Pallonji companies filed an appeal.

In the appeal, Shapoorji Pallonji companies said that the NCLAT failed to provide any significant relief to Mistry. Therefore Mistry’s companies should be entitled to representation in all the committees constituted by the Board of Directors of Tata Sons.



NBCC Recruitment 2021 Notification For Civil & Electrical Candidates

NBCC Recruitment 2021: According to the recruitment advertisement (No.05 / 2021) released by NBCC on 24 March 2021, applications are invited from eligible candidates for recruitment for the posts of Site Inspector(Civil and Electrical). Eligible and interested candidates can apply online on the official website – from 25 March to 14 April 2021.


Notification details

Advertisement No. – 05/2021

Important Dates

  • Date of Commencement of online submission of Application – 25 March 2021 from 10 AM
  • Closing date of online submission of Application – 14 April 2021 upto 5 PM
  • Cutoff date for eligibility criteria (age, experience etc.) – 14 April 2021
  • Exam Date – to be announced

Job Summary

NotificationNBCC Recruitment 2021 for 120 Site Inspector Posts, Apply Online
Last Date of SubmissionApr 14, 2021
CityNew Delhi
OrganizationOther Organizations
Education QualDiploma Holder
  • Site Inspector (Civil) – 80 (UR-33, 0BC-21, SC-12, ST-06, EWS08)
  • Site Inspector (Electrical) – 40 (UR-16, 0BC-11, SC-06, ST-03,EWS-04)

NBCC Site Inspector Salary:

Rs. 31,000/- per month (The annual CTC shall be Rs 4.8 lakhs per annum approx.)

Eligibility Conditions for NBCC Site Inspector  Posts

Educational Qualification:

Site Inspector – Three Years full time Diploma in Civil/Electrical Engineering from Govt. Recognized University/ Institute with 60% aggregate marks. SC, ST & PwBD category candidates having a minimum of 55% aggregate marks shall also be eligible to apply


Civil – Minimum 4 Years of experience in the field of PMC/EPC/Real Estate/ Infrastructure. The candidate should have relevant experience in construction related activities i.e. execution/supervision of construction works. Candidates having proficiency in use of computer will be preferred.

Electrical – Minimum 4 Years of experience. The Candidate should have relevant experience in planning and execution of wide range of electrical engineering projects. Candidates having proficiency in use of computer will be preferred.

Age Limit:

35 Years

Job Location:

For Site Inspector (Civil/Electrical) – Anywhere in India

Selection Procedure for NBCC Site Inspector  Posts

The Selection will be done on the basis of Computer Based Test (CBT).Minimum Qualifying marks in CBT will be 60%. However, the Final selection of the candidate will be based on category wise merit list of marks obtained in CBT.

How to Apply for NBCC Site Inspector  Recruitment 2021 ?

The Candidates are required to apply online. The relevant link for online application will be made available from 10:00 hrs on 25 March 2021 (Thursday) under the head “CAREER within Human Resources” on NBCC website i.e. The Last date for submission of online application is 14 April 2021 (Wednesday).

Application Fee:

Rs.500/-  ( No Fee for SC, ST, PWD & Departmental candidates – NBCC India Ltd.)


Rakesh Tikait farmers protest

Case Filed Against Rakesh Tikait For Inflammatory Speech

Cases registered against farmer leader Rakesh Tikait in Karnataka .The farmers’ protest against the new agricultural laws is still in full swing even after months. 

The protests of farmers against the new agricultural laws continue. Meanwhile, two cases have been registered in Karnataka against the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) President  Rakesh Tikait for his speech in Shivamogga, Karnataka. The cases have been registered in Karnataka’s Shivamogga and Haveri.

Both cases that have been registered against him are for making allegedly inflammatory speeches. Tikait while addressing a gathering of farmers on Saturday, asked the farmers in Karnataka to organise protests in the state along the lines of Delhi. Tikait had also called for the siege of Bengaluru.

Case registered after Rakesh Tikait’s speech in Karnataka

Rakesh Tikait expressed his views on how this time you need to surround Bengaluru from all sides like Delhi and how it will encourage people to come and join the protest. 

“The Prime Minister has said that farmers can sell crops anywhere, so let us take our crop to the offices of the District Collector, SDM and if the police stop us, ask them to buy the crop at MSP,” said the BKU’s president.

Rakesh Tikait case filed in Karnataka
Rakesh Tikait

The government is trying to suppress Rakesh Tikait, the voice of the farmers: H.D. Kumaraswamy

Former Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy has criticized the state government for registering the case against Tikait.

“The government is trying to suppress the voice of the farmers. Is this really a case of inflammatory speech?,” asked Kumaraswamy. H.D. Kumaraswamy further stated that there was nothing inflammatory about Rakesh Tikait’s statements and It is his constitutional right to speak his mind. 

“Cases against Tikait should be withdrawn,” added the former CM`

Farmers’ Protest had been going on since December

The farmers’ protest had been going on since December of last year, and many farmers’ organizations have been demonstrating on the borders of Delhi demanding the withdrawal of new agricultural laws. The protestors had labelled the new laws as detrimental for the farmers.

On the other hand, the central government is describing the new agricultural laws as beneficial for the farmers. Since January, there have been several rounds of talks between the two side. There have been more than 10 rounds of talks between the farmers’ organizations and the central government, but a solution has yet to be found.


Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max Sale On 31st March

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max will be on sale on 31st March 2021 and you can buy the smartphone from, Mi Home, and Mi Studio stores. The Redmi Note 10 Pro Max is a top-end smartphone of the Redmi Note 10 series and comes with industry-leading specifications.


Amazon and are offering flat Rs. 1,000 instant discounts on ICICI Bank credit cards and EMI transactions. Redmi Note 10 Pro Max will be on sale on 31st March 2021. Redmi Note 10 Pro will go on sale in India at 12 pm (noon), 31st March. The 6GB RAM and 64GB storage variant of the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max can be purchased for Rs 18,999. While the 6GB RAM and 128GB storage variants can be purchased for Rs. 19,999. The 8GB RAM and 128GB variant comes at Rs 21,999. The phone will be available in three color options- Dark Night, Glacial Blue, and Vintage Bronze.

Specifications of Redmi Note 10 Pro Max

Redmi Note 10 Pro Max has a 6.6-inch Super AMOLED FHD + display. It has a refreshed rate of 120Hz and will come with a 3D curved glass body design. The phone has been introduced with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G processor and will support Android 11 based MIUI 12. It also comes equipped with a Quad camera setup in the rear and its primary camera is 108MP 3rd Generation ISOCELL HM2. Apart from this, it will support an 8MP ultra-wide-angle, 5MP super macro lens, and 2MP depth sensor. A 20MP lens has been provided for selfie and video calling. For power backup, the phone has a 5020mAh battery, which will come with 33W fast charging support.


Key Specifications

ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 732G
Rear Camera108 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP + 2 MP
Front Camera16 MP
Battery5020 mAh
Display6.67 inches


Launch DateMarch 18, 2021 (Official)
ModelRedmi Note 10 Pro Max
Operating SystemAndroid v11
SIM SizeSIM1: Nano
SIM2: Nano
Network4G: Available (supports Indian bands),
3G: Available, 2G: Available
Fingerprint Sensoryes
Quick Chargingyes


ChipsetQualcomm Snapdragon 732G
CPUOcta core (2.3 GHz, Dual core, Kryo 470 + 1.8 GHz, Hexa Core, Kryo 470)
Architecture64 bit
GraphicsAdreno 618
RAM6 GBBest in Class ▾


Display TypeSuper AMOLED
Screen Size6.67 inches (16.94 cm)
Resolution1080 x 2400 pixels
Aspect Ratio20:9
Pixel Density395 ppiBest in Class ▾
Screen to Body Ratio (calculated)85.8 %
Screen ProtectionCorning Gorilla Glass v5
Bezel-less displayyes with punch-hole display
Touch Screenyes Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch
Refresh Rate120 Hz


Height164.5 mm Compare Size 
Width76.1 mm
Thickness8.1 mmVery Good ▾
Weight192 gramsBelow Average ▾
ColoursVintage Bronze, Glacial Blue, Dark Night
Waterproofyes Splash proof, IP53
RuggednessDust proof


Camera SetupQuad
Resolution108 MP f/1.9, Wide Angle Primary Camera(26 mm focal length, 1.52″ sensor size, 0.7µm pixel size)8 MP f/2.2, Wide Angle, Ultra-Wide Angle Camera(4.0″ sensor size, 1.12µm pixel size)5 MP f/2.4 (upto 2x Optical Zoom), Macro Camera
2 MP f/2.4, Depth Camera
SensorISOCELL Plus
Physical ApertureF1.9
OISno No
Flashyes LED Flash
Image Resolution12000 x 9000 Pixels
SettingsExposure compensation, ISO control
Shooting ModesContinuos Shooting, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)
Camera FeaturesDigital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus
Video Recording3840×2160 @ 30 fps, 1920×1080 @ 60 fps
Camera SetupSingle
Resolution16 MP f/2.45, Wide Angle Primary Camera(3″ sensor size, 1µm pixel size)
Physical ApertureF2.45
Video Recording1920×1080 @ 30 fps, 1280×720 @ 30 fps


Capacity5020 mAh
Removableno No
TalkTimeUp to 36 Hours(4G)
Standby timeUp to 624 Hours(2G)
Quick Chargingyes Fast, 33W: 100 % in 75 minutes
USB Type-Cyes


Internal Memory64 GBBest in Class ▾
Expandable Memoryyes Up to 512 GB

 Network & Connectivity

SIM Slot(s)Dual SIM, GSM+GSM, Dual VoLTE
SIM SizeSIM1: Nano, SIM2: Nano
Network Support4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, 2G
SIM 14G Bands:TD-LTE 2300(band 40) / 2500(band 41)
FD-LTE 2100(band 1) / 1800(band 3) / 2600(band 7) / 900(band 8) / 850(band 5)3G Bands:UMTS 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz2G Bands:GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz
SIM 24G Bands:TD-LTE 2300(band 40) / 2500(band 41)
FD-LTE 2100(band 1) / 1800(band 3) / 2600(band 7) / 900(band 8) / 850(band 5)3G Bands:UMTS 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz2G Bands:GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz
Wi-Fiyes Wi-Fi 802.11, a/ac/b/g/n
Wi-Fi FeaturesMobile Hotspot
Bluetoothyes v5.0
GPSyes with A-GPS, Glonass
NFCno No
USB ConnectivityMass storage device, USB charging


Audio Jack3.5 mm


Fingerprint Sensoryes
Fingerprint Sensor PositionSide
Other SensorsLight sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope

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JEE mains march 2021 results

JEE Mains Result March 2021 Toppers List, Find Your State’s Topper

JEE Mains result March 2021 is out and NTA had released the State-Wise toppers list for the JEE Main March Result 2021. Find out which student from which state topped the list.

JEE Main 2021 Toppers: National Testing Agency has released the results of JEE Mains 2021 March Session Examination. According to the list, 13 candidates from all over the country have achieved 100 percentile and 2 of them are from the capital Delhi- Siddharth Kalra and Kavya Chopra.

You can also check the JEE Main March 2021 result at the link here

JEE Mains 2021 Results

State-wise Toppers List for JEE Main March Result

National Testing Agency
National Testing Agency
  • Sujay Kumarakwar – Andaman and Nicobar Islands
  • Anmol Vinayak Khanna – Andhra Pradesh
  • Vivek Singh – Arunachal Pradesh
  • Debraj- Assam
  • Kumar Satyadarshi- Bihar
  • Deepasha – Chandigarh
  • Shreya Tiwari – Dadra and Nagar Haveli
  • Jainshree Arvind – Daman and D.I.U.
  • Siddharth Kalra – Delhi NCR
  • Kavya Chopra – Delhi NCR
  • Pranav Singh – Haryana
  • Tanish – Himachal Pradesh
  • Zaid Hameed – Jammu and Kashmir
  • Rahul Kumar – Jharkhand
  • Premankur Chakraborty – Karnataka
  • Srihari Si -Kerala
  • Mohammad Yakuba- Ladakh
  • Hanina H- Lakshadweep
  • Akash Gupta – Madhya Pradesh
  • Bakshi Gargi – Maharashtra
  • Prithvi Abhijit – Maharashtra
  • Sudhir Onam – Manipur
  • Aditya Singh Tomar – Meghalaya
  • Dinglow Kodak – Nagaland
  • Dabish Panda – Odisha
  • Moh Gangwar – Puducherry
  • Tarun Goyal – Punjab
  • Zenat Malhotra – Rajasthan
  • Rohit Kumar- Rajasthan
  • Mridul Aggarwal – Rajasthan
  • Suhani Pradhan – Sikkim
  • Ashwin Abraham – Tamil Nadu
  • Bannuru Rahat Kumar Reddy – Telangana
  • Josula Venkata Aditya – Telangana
  • Madura Edars Reddy – Telangana
  • Hardeep Garg- Uttarakhand

13 Students achieved the 100 percentile in JEE Mains Result March 2021

These are 13 students who achieved the 100 percentile. Apart from Siddharth and Kavya from Delhi, Bannuru Rohit Kumar Reddy, Madur Adarsh ​​Reddy and Josula Venkata Aditya of Telangana, Britin Mandal of West Bengal, Kumar Satyadarshi of Bihar, Mridul Aggarwal and Janith Malhotra of Rajasthan, Ashwin Abraham of Tamil Nadu, and Atharva Abhijeet & Bakshi Gargi Marakand of Maharashtra have secured 100 percentile.

JEE Mains March Session Exam was conducted between 16 and 18 March

The JEE Main March session exam was conducted between 16 and 18 March. A total of 6,19,368 candidates registered for JEE Mains March session examination.

JEE Mains 2021 Third round examination will be held on April 27

The third round examination of JEE Mains 2021 will be held from 27 to 30 April. The fourth round will be held from May 24 to 28, 2021. Apart from this, after the completion of JEE Main examinations of February, March, April, and May sessions, the rank of students will be released based on the best NTA scores of the four sessions.

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