Meet the Bihar farmer 15-year-old son who cracked the JEE Advanced 2018; his journey will give you motivation to achieve your target

JEE Advanced 2018 results have been announced on 10th June 2018. Many students get good marks in the examination and will be able to get the admission in the Indian Institutes of Technology.

However, some of them are also their who unable to clear the examination and will try their luck in other exams or will appear again next year. Every year, we found some inspirational stories of the students who tried so hard to achieve their target. Today, we are going to tell you about the 15-year-old Shivam Kumar story who cracked the JEE Advanced 2018 exam.

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Yes, a Bihar farmer’s son from Bakhorpur village has secured All India Rank (AIR) 383. He has scored 241 marks out of 360 in the IIT JEE Advanced exam in 2018. Interestingly, his elder brother Satyam, also cracked the JEE Advanced in 2012 when he was 13 years only.

Shivam told to HT that ‘The managing director of Resonance Coaching Institute guided me and my brother to success in JEE.’

While telling about his success secret, Shivam told that regular studies, notes and revision had helped him to qualify one of the toughest examinations for taking admission in IITs.
In Class 12th, Shivam scored 92% marks which were conducted by CBSE Education and has been a National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) scholar. However, NTSE is one of the well-known and prestigious national-level scholarship programme.

He also told that he came to Kota when he was five years old with Satyam because there was no school in their village. Because of good performance in their entrance test, he was directly got the admission in Class 3rd in a private school.

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Inspired by my sister to pursue engineering: Pawan Goyal

JAIPUR: Following in his sister’s footsteps, Pawan Goyal too has attained remarkable success in JEE-Advanced within a gap of four years. Goyal moved to Kota after his class VIII with his mother Manju Goyal as his sister Shrishti wanted coaching for IIT from there. This was in 2012. Little did the brother know that he would end up performing better than his role model and elder sister Shrishti who scored AIR-54 in JEE-Advanced in 2014. This year Pawan Goyal came at number 4 in the same exam.

“The success of my sister inspired me to pursue engineering,” said an elated Goyal. Preparing for competitive exams at an early age requires time management and a lot of hard work. He was a school student during morning hours and coaching student from afternoon till evening. It took him four years of consistent 10-12 hours of study to script the success that he achieved on Sunday. “It doesn’t mean that I only studied in Kota. I played badminton every alternate day to keep fit and to stay away from stress. Maintaining a balance between education and sports is very important when you are appearing in the national-level exam,” said Goyal.

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During the course of his major success, he attained several other successes—gold medal in the International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO), National Talent Search Exam (NTSE) in 2015-16, silver medal in International Physics Olympiad in 2017 and Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) in 2017-18. “Each and every success in these competitions helped me inch closer to my main aim of JEE-Advanced. I advise NEET and JEE aspirants to take these competitions seriously. They shape the temperament for appearing and preparing for the exam,” said Goyal.

He owes his success to his mother who moved to an unknown city like Kota for building the career of her children. “She made a lot of sacrifices in her life for us. Living away from my father, family and relatives she had only one aim — to see us touching heights of success. She has equally prepared for the exam with us since 2012. Every day she would wake up much before us to prepare breakfast and would burn midnight oil with us to ensure that we study properly. I am happy that with my success, she has achieved her aim,” said Goyal, whose father works in a private company in Noida. He prepared from Resonance Pvt Eduventures, Kota.

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JEE Advanced result 2018: Jaipur boy Pawan Goyal grabs AIR 4, owes success to parents and consistent studies

Jaipur’s Pawan Goyal who ranked 4th in the JEE Advanced exam said attempting mock tests, clearing doubts from faculty through WhatsApp and regular studies helped him in preparation.

Consistent hard work and motivation from his parents helped Jaipur’s Pawan Goyal grab the All-India Rank (AIR) 4 in JEE Advanced 2018, results of which were announced on Sunday.

“My parents were the guiding force in my success along with my elder sister, Shrishti Goyal, who is an IIT Delhi graduate,” the 17-year-old said.

His father Mahesh Goyal is a government officer and mother Manju Goyal is a housewife. Pawan got 320 marks out of 360 in the examination.

“Attempting mock tests, clearing doubts from faculty through WhatsApp and regular studies also helped me in my JEE Advanced preparation,” the student of Kota’s Resonance Eduventures Private Limited added.

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Pawan said he likes to play badminton, watch television and work on computers in his spare time. “I want to take admission in computer science branch of IIT Mumbai,” he said.

Pranav Goyal from Panchkula in Haryana topped the JEE Advanced 2018, the examination held for admissions to the 23 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) across the country. He scored 337 marks.

Sahil Jain from Bundi in Rajasthan ranked second and Kailash Gupta from Delhi got the third position.

Over 1,50,000 students across the country appeared for the first-ever completely computer-based Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) held on May 20. As many as 155,091 candidates appeared for the second paper.

There are 11,279 seats on offer this year.

Source Credits: Hindustan Times

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32% candidates to give JEE Advanced a miss

HYDERABAD: While many candidates who failed to qualify for the JEE Mains are busy looking for other options, surprisingly, 32% of those short-listed for the final exam have decided to give the test a miss, this year.

According to official data, while 2.4 lakh JEE Main candidates were selected for the JEE Advanced exam, only 1.6 lakh among them have registered for the test, scheduled to be held on May 20. Experts attributed this to more students, particularly those with poor rankings in the Mains, preferring to appear for other tests where they have a better chance of qualifying. This, they added, was advisable for candidates who secured ranks of more than 20,000 in the JEE Main.

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”Over the years, a growing number of students have decided to opt out of JEE Advanced. This is because there are only 7,000-odd seats in IITs. Based on their rank in JEE-Main, students can gauge if they stand a chance to get admission into an IIT. If their JEE Main rank is greater than 20,000 it is advisable that they focus their efforts on other entrance exams and JEE Main counselling sessions. This also gives them a greater chance of securing admission in a course of their choice,” said Zishaan Hayath, CEO and co-founder of Toppr.com.

Interestingly, the number of students opting out of the JEE Advanced exam is increasing with every passing year. While 21% of eligible students opted out of the Advanced race in 2016, the number increased by 2% in 2017. In 2018, the number has jumped to 32%.

“One of the reasons why students, especially from tier 2 or tier 3 cities, opt out of JEE Advanced exam is because they are not well equipped — with things such as a laptop or digital mode of learning — to prepare for JEE Advanced examination. Also, their Mains score gives them a rough idea about their potential. If their rank is around 1.25 lakh or above, most of them prefer NIT or state engineering colleges. Many students also sign up for a second attempt because they think they will get abetter college the next year,” Randhir Kumar, CEO, BasicFirst.

 

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JEE-Adv eligible candidates: IIT Bombay zone loses first spot for second year in a row

The office of the organising chairman of Joint Entrance Examination-Advanced (JEE-Adv) 2018, on Saturday, released information on the distribution of candidates eligible for the upcoming exam. The IIT-Bombay zone (which constitutes several states) has lost its top position second year in a row, with IIT-Madras and IIT-Delhi zones taking the first and second positions. 28,813 students from the zone have qualified for the JEE-Adv exam, as compared to 38,321 students from IIT-Madras zone and 31,884 students from IIT-Delhi. The IIT-Madras zone has maintained the first position for the second year in a row.

“These numbers in no way reflect where the candidates come from. A student residing in Guwahati may have registered for JEE-Main from a centre in Rajasthan, and therefore will be considered from that zone,” said a senior official from the office of the organising chairman of JEE-Adv 2018.

“Off late, more and more students are migrating to different parts of the country to find the best possible coaching to crack the code so that they could find a seat in an Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) with courses of their choice,” he added.

HT had previously reported how over 32% students who were eligible for the JEE-Adv exam this year have opted out of the race. Registrations to the JEE-Adv exam ended on Tuesday evening, and while the top 2.31 lakh JEE-Main candidates were eligible for the exam, only 1.64 lakh candidates finished the registration process on Tuesday. Last year, 1.71 lakh of the 2.20 lakh eligible candidates had registered for the JEE-Adv exam.

This year, the exam conducting authority decided to increase the number of eligible JEE-Main candidates for JEE-Adv to 2.24 lakh candidates, from 2.20 lakh candidates in 2017, in order to bring down vacancies in IITs. Of the 10,998 seats in the 23 IITs, the number of vacancies after seven rounds of counselling stood at 121 in 2017, up from 96 in 2016, 50 in 2015, and three in 2014.

Zone wise distribution of candidates qualifying for JEE-Adv exam

38,231 —IIT-Madras

31,884— IIT-Delhi

28,813—IIT-Bombay

20,428—IIT-Kanpur

19,145—IIT-Kharagpur

14,414 —IIT-Roorkee

11,907—IIT-Guwahati

36—Total number of foreign candidates appearing for JEE-Adv 2018

1.64 lakh— Total

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JEE (Advanced) 2018 original admit cards to be issued at exam centre

KANPUR: Candidates appearing JEE (Advanced) 2018, scheduled to be held on May 20, will time get their original admit cards at their respective exam centres. However, for receiving the same the candidates will first have to download the admit card from either of the websites: https://cportal.jeeadv.ac.in or https://jeeadv.ac.in and clicking on the ‘Candidate Portal’ icon. The original admit card would be issued to the candidates at the exam centres before the exam begins.

Aspirants will be able to download the admit cards from today. The candidates need to mention their JEE (Advanced) 2018 registration number, date of birth, JEE (Main) 2018 registered mobile number and JEE(Main) 2018 registered e-mail address to login to the portal.

Talking to TOI, organising chairman, JEE Advanced, IIT-Kanpur, professor Shalabh said, “The candidates are required to download the admit card from the web portal, the details of which we released on Sunday. They are also required to produce this downloaded admit card at the exam centre where they would be issued an original admit card (before the start of the exam of first shift) which they should retain till the second shift. The JEE (Advanced) 2018 second shift which would be conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm.”

This year IIT-Kanpur is conducting JEE (Advanced) for the first time through fully Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. The exam would be held in two shifts – 9 am to 12 pm and 2 pm to 5 pm.

As many as 1,64,822 students would be appearing in JEE Advanced 2018 t this year. Of the total strength, 38,231 candidates would be appearing the exam under the IIT-Madras zone followed by 31,884 candidates under the IIT-Delhi zone. The total number of foreign candidates appearing in JEE-Advanced this year is 36.

A total of 28,813 candidates will write the exam under IIT-Bombay zone. Under IIT-Kanpur zone, 20,428 candidates would write the exam. In this zone, 75 exam centres have been made spread across 10 districts of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

These centres have been made in Bhopal (7), Indore (10), Jabalpur (3), Allahabad (7), Faizabad (3), Gorakhpur (7), Jhansi (4), Kanpur (8), Lucknow (11) and Varanasi (15). It is for the first time that the exam centres have been made in Faizabad and the highest number of centres are in Varanasi.

Under IIT-Kharagpur zone, 19,145 students would be writing the JEE Advanced. A total of 14,414 candidates will write the exam under IIT-Roorkee zone. The least number of candidates -11,907- would appear for the exam under IIT-Guwahati zone, informed professor Shalabh.

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JEE Advanced 2018: Registration started from 10 am of May 2, 2018; check on jeeadv.ac.in

The registration process for JEE Advanced 2018 has begun from 10 am of May 2,2018 and the examination is scheduled to be conducted on 20 May. Candidates who are interested can register on jeeadv.ac.in. This year, the CBSE board is not giving any weight to Class 12 board exam marks but will rank qualifying students on the basis of their JEE Main 2018 score.

According to a report in Hindustan Times, the JEE (Advanced) 2018 examination will be conducted only in the mode of Computer Based Test (CBT). Every candidate will be assigned a computer at the examination centre. JEE (Advanced) 2018 will consist of two compulsory question papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2, which will be of three hours duration each.

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However, candidates have to show the Class 12th (regular/improvement) marksheet with 75 percent marks at the reporting centres at the time of counselling/admission in IITs/NITs/IIITs and other centrally funded technical institutions.

“The JEE question papers are prepared in original by over 100 item writers. These item writers are subject experts. They prepare over 1,500 items over a period of two months during the year of the exam. “All these questions are prepared by the item writers in original and they are handwritten. After that, 90 questions are drawn randomly and 8-9 sets are created. Anyone set is randomly picked for use in JEE”, a senior board official explained.

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Steps to register 

  1. Log in to jeeadv.ac.in
  2. Type in your basic information and city preference. All information regarding JEE (Advanced) 2018 will be sent to the candidate’s registered mobile number by SMS and to the registered email id.
  3. Upload required documents and check information brochure and other details.
  4. Pay fees for registration.

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