IIT JEE (Advanced) results were declared on June 12, with Jaipur’s Aman Bansal topping the Joint Entrance Examination with a score of 372.
Jaipur’s Aman Bansal JEE Official website
Bansal also obtained highest marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics that is 124 each.
Kota’s Riya Singh JEE Official website
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Second zone to follow IIT-Bombay is IIT-Madras zone which has 6,702 qualified aspirants, and IIT-Delhi zone which has 5,941 qualified aspirants.
The minimum aggregate qualifying marks in the IIT JEE (Advance) exam is 75 for which 36,566 aspirants qualified, of which 4,923 students will be undergoing the preparatory programme at IITs.