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JEE Advanced results declared

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On the 5th of October, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi announced the result of Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Advanced 2020. Candidates who were eagerly waiting for the result can now check their JEE Advanced results on the official website at jeeadv.ac.in. Candidates who have qualified the exam are now eligible for 23 IITs across the country.

The answer key was issued on 29th September by IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) Delhi. Candidates were asked to raise an issue if there was any problem in the answer key by 1st of October.

 

Chirag Falor topped the Common Rank List (CRL) for JEE Advanced 2020. He wrote the exam under IIT Bombay zone.  However, Chirag is planning to drop the IIT seat as he has got admission into Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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JEE Advanced Results Declared

IIT entrance exam is one of the toughest entrance exams : Chirag 

I have been preparing for the Indian Institute of technology entrance examination for four years. Therefore, I wanted to appear for the examination. And I can surely say that the IIT entrance exam is one of the toughest entrance exams. The entrance for IIT tests a student’s knowledge in physics, chemistry and math. On the contrary, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology judges applicants on the basis of their personality and how much they have leveraged from the opportunities made available to them. Parameters for both the institutions are different. The admission into MIT is a lengthy application process and includes essays, details of applicant’s personality and background. Whereas the IIT entrance needs a lengthy preparation to get through” said Chirag in an interview to the Indian Express.

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IIT Delhi announced the JEE Advanced Results

Around 96% students had appeared for JEE Advanced 2020 exam 

Among girls, Kanisha Mittal secured the highest marks from IIT Roorkee zone. She falls on the 17th position in the CRL. According to the press note released by the exam conduction authority, around 1, 50, 838 candidates had appeared for it initially.  Out of which a total of 43,204 candidates have qualified the JEE Advanced 2020 exam. Around 96% had appeared for the exam from the registered 1.6 lakh students. Over 28.64 % of students have passed the JEE Advanced 2020 exam.

Among the total qualified students in JEE Advanced 2020 exam, around 6707 are females. Topper Chirag Falor has scored 352 out of 396 marks. While Kanishka Mittal secured 315 out of 396 marks.

In the OBC – NCL category Landa Jitendra of IIT Madras zone has secured the first rank. Among General EWS category Gangula Bhuvan Reddy of IIT Madras zone has secured the first rank. Boys have occupied the top 10 ranks in the CRL. There are only four girls in the top 100.

In 2019, Kartikey Gupta from Maharashtra had bagged the first position. While Himanshu Singh and Archit Bubna secured the second and third ranks respectively.

Strategies of students preparing for JEE Advanced 2020 exam

Taking to a GYV correspondent, Sankalp Parashar, AIR 29 said, “I was preparing for JEE Advanced 2020 exam for two years.” On being asked what strategies he used to follow, he said that he took his coaching from Kota and his teachers guided him which helped him to qualify JEE Advanced 2020 examination. He said he gave his best in the examination and finally succeeded. When asked how he managed in this COVID – 19 outbreak situation, he said that he was a little bit nervous because of the lockdown imposed and due to the JEE Advanced 2020 exam. But in a way, this gloomy time was helpful for him to focus on his weak area as he got enough time to prepare for the examination.

 

Sankalp said that amid the COVID -19 lockdown his coaching classes were held online and all the study materials were sent online from his coaching institute. The study materials and notes provided by his institute helped him a lot to prepare for JEE Advanced 2020 exam. Sankalp wants to become a computer engineer and he will opt for computer science engineering.

JEE Counselling 2020 will begin soon

The JEE Advanced 2020 exam was conducted on September 27. The process of JEE Counselling 2020 will begin soon to allot the seats to students. After the seat allotment students will be able to enroll in various undergraduate courses in various IITs across India. Several changes have been made this year including the scrapping off the cutoff for class 12 marks and one less round of counselling among several others. Earlier, there were seven rounds of seat allotment, whereas this year only six rounds will take place. These arrangements are done to ensure the admission process to complete on time and colleges can start their classes. 

How to check JEE Advanced 2020 results:

  1. Go to jeeadv.ac.in
  2. Click on JEE Advanced 2020 link
  3. Fill up all the credentials like registration no, name
  4. Click on submit
  5. JEE Advanced 2020 result will be displayed on the window.
  6. Download the result
  7. Take a printout of the result for future reference.

 

Union education minister Ramesh Pokriyal congratulated the qualified candidates of JEE Advanced exam. “I congratulate all students of JEE Advanced who got their desired rank and request them to work for Atma Nirbhar Bharat in the near future,” he tweeted.

https://twitter.com/DrRPNishank/status/1312981220339269633?s=20

Result from Ranchi city

The result from Ranchi city was also remarkable. Pranjal Pratyush, student of Sarala Birla Public School, Ranchi has shown stellar performance in JEE Advanced 2020 exam. Talking about his achievement, School Head Personnel & Admin. Mr Pradip Varma congratulated him and wished him good luck for his future. Also, Principal Mrs Paramjit Kaur gave the credit for their success to the students, parents and teachers of the school.

Students of  Jawahar Vidya Mandir (JVM) Shyamli

Moreover, students of Jawahar Vidya Mandir (JVM) Shyamli also showed incredible performance in JEE Advanced 2020 exam.

The list of Students of JVM Shyamli who have qualified the JEE Advanced 2020 exam –

B Anshuman has secured AIR – 651, Harshit Raj has secured AIR – 934, Namita Kumari has secured AIR – 1382, Shubham Raj has secured AIR – 1428, and Kinshu Kumar has secured AIR – 2695.

Furthermore, five students of Aakansha 40 project have qualified the prestigious exam. List of students from Aakansha Project:-

Anshu Kumar AIR -1904, Priyanshu Raj AIR – 9944, Akash Chand AIR – 17225, Banti Shahu AIR – 18380, and Dhananjay Ghosh AIR – 20636 have qualified the JEE Advanced exam. Akansha is the state government’s ambitious project to provide free coaching to students of government schools for preparations of medical and engineering exams.

Moreover, a student of Brothers Academy Ranchi, Harshit has secured AIR 382. He gave the credit for his success to Brothers Academy. He said, “The methodology of teaching at Brother’s Academcy is very systematic and modern and was very helpful for preparing for JEE Advanced 2020 exam.

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