Pranav Goyal of Panchkula tops IIT JEE Advanced 2018
In IIT JEE Advanced 2018, the second position has been secured by Kota’s Sahil Jain, Delhi’s Kailash Gupta got the third spot, and Kota’s Meenal Parekh emerged as topper among girls
New Delhi: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) on Sunday announced results for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced, with Panchkula boy Pranav Goyal bagging the first rank scoring 337 marks out of 360.
The second position has been secured by Kota’s Sahil Jain while Delhi’s Kailash Gupta got the third spot.
Kota’s Meenal Parekh has emerged as topper among girls with 318 marks.
Around, 1.55 lakh students appeared for the JEE Advanced examination this year that was conducted on 20 May out of which 18,138 have qualified.
With results out now, seat allocation will commence from 15 June. For the first time, JEE Advanced was held completely in the online mode.
Selected ones will obtain admission into undergraduate courses, which will help in obtaining a bachelor’s, integrated masters or bachelor-master dual degree in engineering, sciences or architecture.
Aspirants can attempt JEE (Advanced) a maximum of two times in two consecutive years.
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