IIT JEE (Advanced) results were declared on June 12, with Jaipur’s Aman Bansal topping the Joint Entrance Examination with a score of 372.
He was followed by Bhavesh Dhingra of Yamuna Nagar who came second and Kunal Goyal, who is also from Jaipur coming in third.
Bansal also obtained highest marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics that is 124 each.
Among the girls, Riya Singh from Kota was declared the topper with her All India Rank (AIR) being 133.
The results were declared on schedule and showed that in all, 36,566 of the 1.47 lakh aspirants qualified in the examination with 4,570 among them being are girls.
The examinations were conducted on May 22, and shows that 8,810 students qualified from the IIT-Bombay zone,which is highest among the seven zones.
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.
This year, with the addition of four new IITs in India, the total number of seats have gone up from 10,006 to 10,575.
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.