JEE Advanced result: 28 in Top 100
The result of India’s most prestigious engineering entrance examination, IIT-JEE Advanced was announced by IIT Kanpur on Sunday. Once again proving its supremacy, ALLEN’s students have emerged victorious in this examination. 2 ALLEN students have acquired places amongst All India Top 10. 30 students have grabbed positions in top 100 at the national level.
According to Sh. Rajesh Maheshwari, director of the institute, ALLEN’s Lay Jain has bagged AIR 9, followed by Neel Aryan Gupta on AIR-10 in JEE Advanced 2018. Along with 2 in Top 10, 11 students of ALLEN are in Top 30 AIR.
Maheshwari added that Abhinav Kumar has acquired AIR-12, Saumya Goyal AIR-13, Shubham Gupta AIR-17, Karan Agarwalla AIR- 21. Moreover, Vipul Agarwal bagged AIR-22, Navneel Singhal AIR-23, Aditya Agarwal AIR-24, Parth Satish Laturia AIR-29 and Bhaskar got AIR-30. 11 students are in top 30, 17 students are in top 50 and 30 students are in top 100. These 22 students are from ALLEN Classroom program while the other 8 are from the Distance Learning Program.
“ALLEN Career Institute is the first choice of students of the country for the preparation of engineering and medical entrance exams. ALLEN Career Institute believes in providing superior quality education to students and hence, more and more students are trusting it for their preparation” said Sh. Maheshwari.
Sh. Rajesh Maheshwari further added this year, for 11279 seats of IIT, a total of 155158 students appeared for the examination, out of which 18138 students were qualified for counselling of JEE-Advanced, including 8794 from general category, 3140 from OBC, 4709 from SC and 1495 from ST category. Students who have qualified both the subject and average cutoffs will be included in the merit list. The subject wise and average cutoff for general category is 10% ie 12 marks. Whereas it is 35% ie 126 marks for SC and 5% ie 17.5 marks for ST.