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Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi released JEE Advanced 2020 exam results on Monday. Around 1, 50, 838 candidates had appeared for it initially this year. Out of this, a total of 43,204 candidates 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.

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IIT Delhi Released the results of JEE Advance

Success Mantra of Chirag AIR 1: IIT Ranker

Chirag Falor from IIT Bombay bagged the first position in JEE Advanced 2020 exam, scoring 352 out of 396. Chirag is already pursuing an undergraduate course at Massachusetts Institute of Technology), USA but appeared for the JEE Advanced for the “experience” of it. He represented India in the International Olympiad Award on Astronomy and Astrophysics held at Keszthely, Hungary in 2019.

Chirag wants to pursue research in astrophysics. “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 the applicant’s personality and background. Whereas the IIT entrance needs a lengthy preparation to get through”, said Chirag.

Female Category Kanishka Mittal: AIR 1 JEE Advanced 2020

Among girls, Kanishka Mittal from IIT Roorkee zone scored highest with an All India Rank – 17. Kanishka was preparing for the IIT entrance exams for the past two years. She shifted to Kota, Rajasthan to prepare for JEE entrance exam 2020. Kanishka has been a student at the Allen Coaching Institute. She has scored 315 marks out of 396. Around 43, 204 students have qualified JEE Advanced 2020 exam this year. Out of this, 6, 707 are female. Kanishka said, “I was inspired by my brother who is studying B.Tech. Also, I have never compared myself with others and have always tried to better my performance in every test.

“I used to be regular and consistent with my studies and competed with myself. I practice as many questions as I could each day in all subjects and completed my homework daily”, she further added. IIT ranker Kanishka claims that the lockdown helped her prepare better. Kanishka has been a good student throughout. In class 12 boards exams she got 98.4 % marks and 99 % in class 10.

Vaibhav Raj AIR 3 JEE Advanced 2020 exam

Vaibhav raj of Begusarai, Bihar has secured the third position in JEE Advanced 2020 exam (AIR -3). He is a son of a senior scientific officer in the Ministry of Defence. Since 2018, He has been preparing for JEE Advanced and he shifted to Kota for the same. Vaibhav has won a gold medal at IJSO and also an NTSE scholar. He has been a bright student throughout his academic career. He has got 90% marks in class 10 and 99% in class 12 and had got AIR 45 in JEE Main.

“I made a list of all the chapters and took out the important topics. Then I studied them following a schedule. The lockdown has given him an advantage as he got an opportunity to revise the syllabus one more time. After pursuing BTech in computer science, I dream of owning a startup. I aim for IIT Bombay” Vaibhav said.

Bengaluru boy R. Muhinder AIR – 4

R. Muhinder from Bengaluru has secured AIR 4 in JEE Advanced 2020 exams. He got 100 NTA marks in JEE Mains exam. He has also got Silver Medal in ICHO and AIR – 5 in KVPY. Moreover, Muhinder is an NTSE Scholar and has scored 95.6 % in class 10 and 97.4% in class 12. His father D. Raajvi is a businessman.

Keshav Agarwal AIR – 5

Keshav Agarwal has bagged AIR – 5 in JEE Advanced exam. IIT Ranker Keshav started preparing for IIT entrance when he was in class 9. He joined a four-year program at FIITJEE, an IIT coaching Institute.” Starting coaching early is a choice and there is no ‘one size fit all’, everyone is different and so is their preparation strategy. To start preparing for engineering, one should first focus on their own ability rather than worry about what others are doing. Self-study is extremely important to prepare. If a student feels that they can start studying in a competitive environment for such a long period only then they one should apply early on. Else, Joining focused coaching for IIT entrance at class 10 or 11 will be more suitable for them“, said Keshav.

Vedang Asgonkar AIR – 7

Vedang Asgonkar has secured AIR -7 in JEE Advanced 2020 exam. He has been preparing for JEE Advanced from class 8 and joined a foundation level course alongside his school. With an aim to study computer science from IIT Bombay, he has cracked Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana, an entrance test to study research at IISC.

“One requires having the syllabus at their fingertips before appearing for the exam. Focused training and tests series of varying difficulty are critical. I have a strategy to manage the time and pressure during the exam and get over the psychological pressure”, Vedang said. In class 12, he too joined FITJEE. Vedang realised his potential in class 6. IIT Ranker Vedang won a gold medal in a science competition. He started to aim for engineering when one of his cousins joined engineering.

Haryana’s Harshvardhan Agarwal AIR 9

Harshvardhan Agarwal from Haryana achieved AIR – 9 in JEE Advanced 2020 exam. He had won a silver medal in last year’s Internal Physical Olympiad. Harshvardhan too started his preparation from class 9. “ I studied class 11 NCERT books in 9 and by class 10, I was thorough with class 12 NCERT books. NCERTs make for the basis of JEE Main and Advanced. I started coaching and practiced mock test series with the help of coaching institutes”, Harshvardhan said. IIT Ranker Harshvardhan has scored AIR -6 in the JEE Main and wants to study computer science from IIT Bombay. He also took JEE exam in January session when he got 99.98 % marks. He said his marks were not enough and appeared in JEE Main April/September attempt.

Here is a list of IIT Ranker of JEE Advanced 2020 –

1. Chirag Falor
2. Gangula Bhuvan Reddy
3. Vaibhav Raj
4. R Muhender Raj
5. Keshav Agarwal
6. Hardik Rajpal
7. Vedang Dhirendra Asganokar
8. Swayam Shashank Chube
9. Harshvarshan Agarwal
10. Dhvanit Beniwal

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