Kept away from smartphones during preps: JEE qualifier from Kashmir

New Delhi, Jun 12 Nineteen-year-old Mohammad Ali from Kargil says he kept himself away from smartphones for nearly a year while preparing for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) as he did not want to get distracted from his goal.

The self-restraint paid off as Ali cleared the IIT JEE Advanced examination, the results of which were declared on Sunday.

Army chief General Bipin Rawat and Union minister Jitendra Singh felicitated 30 bright students from Jammu and Kashmir here today. The students were trained for free for nearly 11 months under the “Kashmir Super 30” coaching programme to appear in the exams for admission to IITs and NITs, officials said.

Ali is one of the seven students among them who cleared the JEE Advanced examination, they added.

The programme was a joint initiative of the Army, the Centre for Social Responsibility and Leadership (CSRL), an NGO, and the Petronet LNG Foundation, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) division of petro firm Petronet LNG Ltd, a senior official of the foundation said.

“As part of the programme, 50 students, including five girls, were selected from a large pool of applicants for 2017-18. Most of the students were from the Valley or Ladakh. The students were kept at residential facilities provided by the Army,” he added.

Ali said he had no regrets for not using smartphones during his preparations for the exam.

“When you are focussed on your goal, you do not feel the need for anything else. Other students also did not use smartphones. There was an environment of education that was created there and we all benefited from it. We used simple phones or used the phones at the office.

“Now that I have cleared the JEE Advanced exam, I want to study in an IIT and become an engineer, and then go back and serve my state,” he told PTI.

The official of the Petronet LNG Foundation said, “32 students had qualified for the JEE Mains examination, of whom 23 had registered for the advanced exam.”

A CSRL official said, “About 2,000 students had applied for the initial written examination for selection to the Super 30 programme. After short-listing, interviews were held to select the final 50.”

“The outgoing batch is the fifth batch of the programme. 45 boys were based in Srinagar and five girl students in Noida. Out of whom, 32 students, including two girls, have cleared JEE Mains and seven have cleared JEE Advanced,” the Army said in a statement.

Gen. Rawat, during his interaction with the students at the South Block, shared his experiences of serving in the Valley, and motivated them to work hard and contribute actively to the process of nation-building, the statement added.

The programme was “one of the most successful projects” undertaken by the Army in the Valley and had “directly impacted” the lives of a number of youths by providing them with the right guidance and opportunity to make a career for themselves, it said.

“It is a major initiative towards bringing normalcy in the Valley,” the Army said.

On similar lines, the Army has recently signed an MoU with the Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) and the National Integrity Educational Development Organisation (NIEDO) for medical aspirants, under which selected students will be provided with free residential coaching for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET).

Source: Outlook India

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Rules to evaluate JEE (Advanced) papers not changed: IIT Kanpur to Gujarat High Court

Three candidates, Anurag Jha, Chandni Tomar and Rajesh Rai, had filed a petition through their lawyer Rahul Sharma, challenging the “arbitrary changes” brought about in the marking scheme for evaluation of answers a day after the examination.

The Gujarat High Court today directed IIT-Kanpur to file on affidavit its reply in which it denied changing the rules for the evaluation of JEE (Advanced) papers, a day after the exam was held on May 20.

The exam’s organising chairman today told the high court, in response to a petition, that rules to evaluate the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced papers have not been changed.

The court of Justice R M Chhaya, however, asked the organising chairman to file the reply on affidavit by June 26.

Three candidates, Anurag Jha, Chandni Tomar and Rajesh Rai, had filed a petition through their lawyer Rahul Sharma, challenging the “arbitrary changes” brought about in the marking scheme for evaluation of answers a day after the examination.

They claimed that the records show that there were changes in the process after the exam was held on May 20.

The petition said the respondent issued “clarifications regarding answers of numerical-answer-type questions” (which is section II of each of two papers) on May 21.

Through the clarification, the instruction was “substantially altered” compared to the instructions provided to the candidates 20 minutes before the examination, the petition said.

Subsequently, the answer key uploaded by IIT-Kanpur on May 29 “was in accordance with the amended instructions for evaluating the answers”, it said.

The petition held that the clarification issued a day after the examination is “arbitrary and in violation of Article 14 of the Constitution,” and sought from the high court to quash and set aside clarifications and the answer key.

It also sought the court’s direction to declare the results of the JEE (Advanced) 2018 “as per the evaluation done in consonance of the instructions contained in the question papers”.

In its earlier order, the vacation bench of the high court had said that the JEE results will be a “subject to further orders that may be passed on the next date,” even though it refused to stay the results announced on June 10, saying doing so will have “all-India ramifications”.

Admission to IITs is conducted in two stages. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) first conducts Joint Entrance Examination (Mains). Thereafter, candidates who secure all-India rank up to 2,24,000 appear for JEE (Advanced), which is conducted by one of the IITs.

This year, IIT-Kanpur conducted the JEE (Advanced) on May 20.

The mains exam, which comprises two papers, is held in a single day. Each paper is of 180 marks and contains 60 marks for physics, chemistry and mathematics each.

Seat allocation for successful candidates will be declared on June 19.

Source: Financial Express

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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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JEE Advanced 2018 result declared; Pranav Goyal from Roorkee zone secured rank 1

NEW DELHI: The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2018 results have been declared today on the official website jeeadv.ac.in.

Pranav Goyal is the top ranker in Common Rank List (CRL) in JEE (Advanced) 2018 by obtaining 337 marks out of 360 marks. Meenal Parakh is the top ranked female with CRL 6. She scored 318 marks.

K V R Hemant Kumar Chodipilli is the topper from IIT-Kharagpur region. His rank is 7.

Vineetha Vennela from IIT- Kharagpur region is first among girls. Her rank is 261.

In 2018, a total of 11,279 seats are being offered in the IITs. This year, 800 supernumerary seats have been created specifically for female candidates in the IITs in order to improve the gender balance in IITs.

A Total number of 1,55,158 candidates appeared in both papers 1 and 2 in JEE (Advanced) 2018. A total of 18,138 candidates have qualified JEE (Advanced) 2018. This is more than 1.6 times the number of seats that are being offered.

Of the total qualified candidates, 2076 are females.

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Highlights of the JEE Advanced 2018 Results
1) Total number of qualified boys: 16062
2) Total number of qualified girls : 2076
3) Total number of qualified general (GE) candidates : 8794
4) Total number of qualified OBC candidates : 3140
5) Total number of qualified SC candidates : 4709
6) Total number of qualified ST candidates : 1495

Zone wise male-female topper

Institute Male (CRL) Female (CRL)
IIT Bombay Rishi Agarwal (8) Missula Meghana (8)
IIT Delhi Sahil Jain (2) Meenal Parakh (6)
IIT Guwahati Prashant Kumar (150) Pranjal Singh (3189)
IIT Kanpur Aayush Kadam Harshita Boonlia
IIT kharagpur K V R Hemant
Kumar Chodipilli
Vineetha Vennela (261)
IIT Madras Mavuri Siva
Krishna Manohar (5)
Narukulla Chaya
Sai Nikhita (153)
IIT Roorkee Pranav Goyal (1) Vrinda Jindal (137)

Following are the top category rankers

Category Name Place Rank
OPEN (CRL) Pranav Goyal Panchkula 1
OPEN (CRL) Sahil Jain Kota 2
OPEN (CRL) Kalash Gupta New Delhi 3
OPEN (CRL) Meenal Parakh Kota 1 (Girls)
OBC‐NCL Mavuri Siva
Krishna Manohar
Vijayawada 1
SC Aayush Kadam Kota 1
ST Jatoth Shiva Tarun Hyderabad 1
CRL‐PwD Manan Goyal Patiala 1
OBC‐NCL‐PwD Vijendra Kumar Jehanabad 1
SC‐PwD Raushan Kumar Vaishali 1

Following are the top five candidates in every zone

Zone Name CRL
Bombay RISHI AGARWAL 8
Abhinav Kumar 12
Saumya Goyal 13
Anuj Srivastava 25
Parth Laturia 29
Delhi SAHIL JAIN 2
Kalash Gupta 3
Pawan Goyal 4
Meenal Parakh 6
Lay Jain 9
Guwahati PRASHANT KUMAR 150
Rishi Ranjan 280
Punit Shyamsukha 294
Dibyojeet Bagchi 325
Chaitnya Shrivastava 413
Kanpur AAYUSH KADAM 78
Samyak Jain 147
Himansh Rathore 165
Pranshu S Negi 190
Vaidic Jain 197
Kharagpur K V R HEMANT
KUMAR CHODIPILLI
7
Nimay Gupta 48
Aayush Agarwal 60
Sarthak Behera 82
Debajyoti Kar 92
Madras MAVURI SIVA KRISHNA
MANOHAR
5
Gosula Vinayaka
Srivardhan
11
Ayyapu Venkata Phani
Vamsinath
14
Basavaraju Jishnu 15
Mekala Anmol Reddy 26
Roorkee PRANAV GOYAL 1
Neel Aryan Gupta 10
Tarush Goyal 16
Shivam Goel 18
Raaghav Raaj Kuchiyaa 27

The results of IIT JEE Advanced 2018 published on the official website jeeadv.ac.in

The examination scores, as well as all-India rankings of JEE Advanced 2018 has also been published on the website.

The JEE advanced exam was conducted on May 20, 2018 after the JEE mains results declared in April this year. Over 1,60,000 students appeared for the JEE Advanced exam this year.

The JEE Advanced is conducted for admissions in 23 IITs and NITs across the country.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts the computer-based test (CBT) in two phases.

According to the Information Brochure for JEE (Advanced) 2018 the results will be declared on Sunday, June 10, 2018 10:00 IST.

Category-wise All India Ranks (AIR) of successful candidates will be available through the online portal after the results are declared. Text messages will also be sent to the candidates to their registered mobile numbers.

Individual rank cards will NOT be sent to candidates.

However, qualifying in JEE Advanced (2018), filling up choices and/or participating in the joint seat allocation process do not guarantee a candidate to get admission in IITs. Admission will depend on the availability of seats during various rounds of seat allocation.

Candidates should note that the exact date and time for the JEE Advanced 2018 results have not been confirmed by the IIT Kanpur.

For the first time, this year the JEE Advanced was conducted online and as a result the candidates did not have the hard copy of their question papers.

STEPS TO CHECK THE JEE ADVANCED 2018 RESULTS
Log on to the official website: results.jeeadv.ac.in

On the homepage, click on the that says ‘JEE Advanced Result 2018′

A new page will appear on your screen

Enter your registration number and date of birth in DD/MM/YYYY format

Your results will be displayed on the screen

Check and download it

Take printout for future use.

Source Credits: The Times of India

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Mamata’s kudos for SC/ST students cracking NEET, JEE

KOLKATA: Chief minister Mamata Banerjee has congratulated scheduled caste and scheduled tribe students who took coaching the state the professional coaching classes provided the Bengal government and qualified in JEE and NEET.

Indeed, Bengal government’s support to SC/ST students has reaped results engineering in this year JEE and in NEET, the medical entrance examinations.

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In a Facebook post, Mamata Banerjee writes: “The unique initiative of our government to provide high-end professional coaching to SC/ST students for engineering and medical entrance examinations have yielded great results.”

Out of 939 students who took coaching this year, 348 SC and 76 ST students secured positions in Joint Entrance Examination for Engineering. “Of them, 95 are in top 1000 ranks,” wrote the chief minister.

For the medical stream, 125 SC/ST aspirants qualified in NEET and are likely to qualify for admission in reputed government institutions. “My heartiest congratulations and best wishes to all of them,” the chief minister wrote in her Facebook post, adding, “Our government is already taking steps to expand such specialized coaching arrangement so that more and more students can benefit from it and get placed in professional courses.”

Source Credits: The Times of India

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