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JEE Main 2019 Result Released, 7 ALLEN Classroom Course Students in Top 20 All India Ranks: Check Details Here

JEE-Main-2019 All India Ranks Released on 29th April 2019

7 ALLEN Classroom Students makes it to All India Top 20

The All India Ranks of JEE-Main-2019, the most prominent engineering entrance examination of the country which was conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) twice this year on CBT pattern has been released for the first time. Students of the Allen Career Institute once again proved to be supreme in the results of this examination that happened in the changed mode. Director Brajesh Maheshwari told that 7 classroom students of the Allen Career Institute have made a place in the top 20; In this, Kevin Martin has secured AIR 2, Jayesh Singla has secured AIR 4, Nishant Abhangi got AIR 6, Sambit Behera secured rank 11, Ankit Mishra secured AIR 13, Kartikey Chandresh Gupta has been ranked number 18 and Samiksha Das secured AIR 20. All these students have received 100 NTA scores. Along with this, ALLEN’s DLP student Gudipati Aniket has secured 100 NTA scores.

12 State Toppers from Allen Career Institute – 35 students of Allen in the Top 100

Maheshwari said that Allen Career Institute has given 12 State Toppers in these results. Among them, Nishant Abhangi has topped Rajasthan. While Kevin Martin topped Karnataka, Jayesh Singla topped Punjab, Ankit Kumar Mishra topped Maharashtra, Gudipati Aniket topped Jharkhand, Akash Jyoti Sahu topped Mizoram, Ashmit Singh topped Daman and Diu, Avinav Bhardwaj topped Bihar, Prince Kumar Gupta topped Arunachal Pradesh, Kaustubh Sen topped West Bengal, Vishnu Vinod topped Kerala and Parvik Nilesh Dave has topped the Gujarat State. Allen Career Institute’s Classroom Student Samiksha Das secured the second position among girls at All India Level.

Maheshwari said that 35 students in Top 100 are from Allen Career Institute as per the results compiled so far. Among these students, 26 are from classroom programmes and 9 are from the Distance Learning programme.

Cut-off for JEE-Advanced

The cut-off for qualifying for the JEE Advanced examination based on the highest NTA score of the total NTA scores of JEE-Main exams in January and April has been issued, according to which the general category cut-off is 89.7548849, EWS category: 78.2174869, OBC category: 74.3166557, SC category: 54.0128155, SC category: 44.3345172 and 0.1137173 is the cutoff for the disabled category.

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