Pranav Goyal from Panchkula has bagged the first position in JEE Advanced 2018 with 337 marks out of 360. He appeared for the exam from Roorkee zone.
Pranav is followed by Sahil Jain from Kota region and Kailash Gupta from Delhi region with second and third ranks, respectively.
Meenal Parakh from Kota is the topper among the female candidates appeared in JEE Advanced this year. Meenal scored 318 out of 360 marks and is placed 6th in Common Rank List.
K V R Hemant Kumar Chodipilli is the topper from IIT-Kharagpur region, reported Times of India. JEE Main topper Suraj Krishna secured 49th position in JEE Advanced results.
In OBC NCL category, Mavuri Siva Krishna Manohar from Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh topped the exam, while, Aayush Kadam (Kota) and Jatoth Shiva Tarun (Hyderabad) came first in SC and ST categories respectively.
There have been 8,794 general (GE) candidates qualified while there are 3,140 OBC candidates, 4,709 SC candidates and 1,495 ST candidates.
IITs this year has 800 supernumerary seats for female candidates. Out of the total 800 seats, IIT Kharagpur has 113 seats, IIT Dhanbad has 95 seats, IIT Kanpur has 79 seats, IIT BHU has 76 seats, IIT Roorkee has 68 seats and IIT Delhi has 59 seats for female candidates.
The JEE Advanced was conducted for around 1.6 lakh candidates in two papers – paper 1 and paper 2. More than 65,000 selected candidates out of the total 2,31,024 had chosen not to appear for JEE Advanced this year.
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