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Thursday, June 18, 2015

JEE Advanced 2015: Results Declared

Results of JEE-Advanced 2015 is declared, Satvat Jagvani is the topper.
For students to check their result, it will be declared  today at 10:00 AM.
You can check your result at

We, at ExamPCM are excited to tell that we predicted Satvat Jagvani as JEE-topper.

He appeared for the exam from IIT-Kanpur zone and scored 469 out of 504.
Janak Agarwal and Mukesh Pareekh, both residents of Indore, came second and third, respectively.

Turaka Bhavan, with an all-India rank of 39, topped among Scheduled Castes candidates, while Harsh Meena (rank 633) topped among ST candidates. Of the top 10 candidates, five were from IIT-Madras zone, two from IIT-Delhi zone and one each from IIT-Bombay, IIT-Kanpur and IIT-Roorkee zones.
According to the statistics released by IIT-Bombay, 23,407 male candidates qualified for the exam, outnumbering 3,049 female candidates.

Chinamaya Kumar Sahoo from Pune topped the Other Backward Classes-Persons with Disabilities (OBC-PwD) category.

Continuing with the trend, IIT-Bombay zone was way ahead in terms of the number of successful candidates compared to other zones. Bharat Khandelwal from this zone secured an all India rank of 5.
Thirty-four of the top 100 students were from IIT-Bombay zone, which saw as many as 6,838 succesful candidates. IIT-Madras zone stood second with 4,928 candidates, and 28 candidates in top 100.

Quick Glance:

Number of candidates appeared: 1,17,238
Number of candidates qualified: 26, 456
Male candidates qualified: 23,407
Female candidates qualified: 3,049

Zone-wise number of qualified candidates:

IIT-Bombay: 6,838
IIT-Delhi: 4,511
IIT-Guwahati: 1,445
IIT Kanpur: 3,085
IIT-Kharagpur: 3,115
IIT- Madras: 4,928
IIT- Roorkee: 2,534


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