JEE JEE (Advanced) Results 2018 declared, check at https://results.jeeadv.ac.in
Updated: Jun 10, 2018. JEE Advanced 2018: Panchkula boy Pranav Goyal tops, Sahil Jain of Kota secures AIR 2, Kailash Gupta of Delhi secures AIR 3.
Pranav Goyal from Panchkula has topped the prestigious examination by scoring 337 out of 360.
Among females, Meenal Parekh has topped by scoring 318 out of 360.
Mavuri Siva Krishna Manohar from Vijayawada in the OBC-NCL category secured AIR 1.
Aayush Kadam from Kota in the SC category secured AIR 1.
Jatoth Shiva Tarun of Hyderabad from ST category got AIR 1.
CRL-PwD candidate Manan Goyal from Patiala yoo secured AIR 1.
OBC-NCL-PWD candidate Vijendra Kumar from Jehanabad and Raushan Kumar, SC-PwD from Vaishali
Apart from category wise, toppers of all the five IITs have also been announced. IIT Kanpur saw Ayush Kadam with CRL 78, IIT Delhi’s Sahil Jain with CRL 2, IIT Bombay’s Rishi Agarwal at CRL 8, IIT Guwahati’s Prashant Kumar at CRL 150 and IIT Kharagpur saw KVR Hemant Kumar Chodipilli with CRL 5. The JEE Advanced conducted by IIT Kanpur has released the questions papers 1 and 2 (both English and Hindi) of the Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) 2018 on the official website – jeeadv.ac.in. Nearly 2.2 lacs students qualified for JEE Advanced. As per the official notification, 157496 candidates appeared for Paper I and 155091 candidates appeared for Paper II. A total of 7326 candidates were absent for Paper I and 9731 were absent for Paper II. The exam was conducted by IIT Kanpur in online mode for the first time. The exam was held on May 20 and the answer keys were uploaded by IIT Kanpur in the website
The exam authority has also posted a note clarifying answers of Numerical-Answer-Type questions — “For Numerical-Answer-Type questions, the numerical value entered by the candidate will be evaluated. Wherever applicable, depending on the question, answers will be evaluated by checking whether the answer entered by the candidate falls within a range of two values, with or without including the upper and lower values of the range depending on the question.”
The papers were found to be tough by many students. The total marks of Paper-1 was changed from 183 to 180 marks this year.
JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) 2018 Schedule
To improve the gender balance in the undergraduate programs at the IITs, a decision has been taken at the level of the IIT Council to increase supernumerary seats from the current (approximately) 8 per cent to 14 per cent in 2018-19.
The performance of a candidate in JEE Advanced will form the basis for admission to the Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s and Dual Degree programs (entry at the 10+2 level) in all the IITs.