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IIT JEE Advanced 2016 result out: Jaipur’s Aman Bansal is the topper

IIT JEE Advanced 2016 result: As many as 1,98,228 candidates had cleared the JEE (Main) examination which was held both online and offline in 132 cities

JEE toppers Aman Bansal (center) along with Bhavesh Dhingra and Kunal Goyal

JEE toppers Aman Bansal (center) along with Bhavesh Dhingra and Kunal Goyal

The results of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced exams 2016 is declared on June 10 am on the official website jeeadv.ac.in.

Aman Bansal is the top scorer followed by Bhavesh Dhingra and Kunal Goyal.

The 17-year-old Jaipur boy Aman Bansal said he never bothered about rankings and now plans to pursue the coveted B Tech course in Computer Science from IIT Mumbai. He suggests that students should “take pressure positively” for preparing for competitive exams. A student of Jayshree Periwal High School, said that rather than allowing it to overpower you, “we should seek help from our teachers and our parents. This would help us get rid of stress.”

The 17-year-old Jaipur boy Aman Bansal said he never bothered about rankings and now plans to pursue the coveted B Tech course in Computer Science from IIT Mumbai. He suggests that students should “take pressure positively” for preparing for competitive exams. A student of Jayshree Periwal High School, said that rather than allowing it to overpower you, “we should seek help from our teachers and our parents. This would help us get rid of stress”.

Aman had scored 98 per cent marks in Class 12 with 100 per cent marks in Chemistry and 99 per cent marks in Mathematics.

Bhavesh Dhingra, the second rank holder said that the clear concept in all prescribed chapters was his strength for success. He also focused on time management.

To keep himself fresh and relaxed, he plays table tennis, badminton and loves listening to music.

His father, Inderjeet Dhingra is a retired bank manager and mother Savita is housewife at Yamunanagar.

The third rank holder Kunal Goyal, said he secured 290 in JEE Mains but he has secured 310 marks in Advance as he did not repeated the mistakes.

Goyal said he wants to do B Tech in Computer Science from IIT Mumbai. His father SK Goyal is an engineer in irrigation department and mother Manju Goyal is a housewife.

The exam was organised by IIT Guwahati in collaboration with the Joint Admission Board 2016 across various centres throughout the country for admission to engineering courses.

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As many as 1,98,228 candidates had cleared the JEE (Main) examination which was held both online and offline in 132 cities.

IIT Guwahati has said that getting a rank in JEE Advanced 2016 will not ensure admission to IITs or ISM, adding, rank lists will be prepared based on the aggregate marks in JEE (Advanced) 2016.

After the release of the results, the All India Ranks of successful candidates will be made available on the website, although the candidates will not receive personalized rank cards.

28 Students Of Bihar’s Super 30 Crack IIT-JEE This Year
Children of a daily-wage labourer, marginal farmer, shop helper and migrant workers are among the successful candidate

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  • Children of daily-wage labourer, farmer, migrants among those successful
  • Super 30 gives free coaching to deserving students from poor families
  • Students have to pass a competitive test to get into Super 30

As many as 28 of the 30 students of Bihar’s Super 30 – a free coaching centre for underprivileged students – have cracked the highly competitive IIT-JEE this year, its director said today.

Children of a daily-wage labourer, marginal farmer, shop helper and migrant workers are among the successful candidates.

Super 30's founder-director Anand Kumar

Super 30’s founder-director Anand Kumar

“We are happy that 28 of our 30 students have made it through the Indian Institute of Technology-Joint Entrance Examination this year. The credit goes to the hardworking students and our teachers,” Super 30’s founder-director Anand Kumar told IANS in Patna.




This year’s IIT-JEE result has once again underlined the fact that, with proper opportunity, even students from poor families can reach the prestigious IITs, the institute director added.

The institute selects talented students from poor families and provides them free coaching, food and accommodation so that they focus only on cracking the IIT-JEE.

Super 30 was started by Mr Anand along with former Bihar Director General of Police Abhyanand over a decade ago. Later, Mr Abhyanand dissociated himself from the institute.

Super 30 was selected by Time magazine in the list of ‘The Best of Asia 2010’.

Students from poor families have to pass a competitive test to get into Super 30 and then commit themselves to a year of 16-hour daily study routine.




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