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.

Resonance Eduventures Ltd. A premiere coaching institute in the field of Engineering, Medical, Commerce and Law. Pawan Goyal, student of Resonance secures AIR 4 in JEE Advanced 2018.

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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

Over 34,534 selections in JEE (Advanced)  since 2003 from Resonance.

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Admission open for Academic Session 2018-19 for class 5th to 12th. To Apply now, click here

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.

Source Credits: The Times of India

Resonance Eduventures Ltd. A premiere coaching institute in the field of Engineering, Medical, Commerce and Law.

Over 34,534 selections in JEE (Advanced)  since 2003 from Resonance.

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Admission open for Academic Session 2018-19 for class 5th to 12th. To Apply now, click here 

 

JEE Main 2018 – Detailed Analysis by Resonance

On 8-April-2018, JEE (Main) 2018 was conducted for students opting to take this exam by offline mode. This is the sixth edition of this Exam after wide-ranging changes were introduced in year 2013 by CBSE and Ministry of HRD. Around 11.5 Lakh students are slated to appear for this exam in offline and online modes.

JEE (Main) 2018 was conducted in two parts (Paper 1 and Paper 2). Paper 1 was conducted from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and Paper 2 for B. Arch. Aspirants was conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Paper 1 was for students applying for engineering seats in engineering colleges, while paper 2 was for students applying for B. Arch degrees

The analysis below pertains to only Paper 1, which was for engineering aspirants.

Overall Marks Distribution

The paper pattern was same as last year. The paper had 90 questions each worth 4 marks. All questions were objective type with single correct option. Subject wise each subject had 30 questions of 120 marks.

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Overall Difficulty Level Analysis

In this analysis we have rated every question on a scale of 1 to 3. The ratings are done by expert faculty of Resonance. The individual ratings are then averaged to calculate overall difficulty level.

  • 1: Easy
  • 2: Moderate
  • 3: Difficult

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Difficulty Level Analysis: No of Questions

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Resonance experts feel that all subjects were of similar difficulty level, while mathematics was on tougher side compared with chemistry & physics. Out of 360 marks, 132 marks can be considered of easy level, 148 marks can be considered of medium difficulty level and 80 marks can be considered to be of difficult level by Resonance Team.

Overall, it is felt that while paper is moderate, the cut-off would decrease compared to last year. Number of seats increased from 2,20,000 to 2,24,000 this year.

Question Wise Difficulty Breakup

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Marks Wise Difficulty Breakup

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To read detailed analysis, click here. Answer Key and Solutions of JEE Main 2018 is also available here.

All the best!

Team Resonance

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JEE Advanced 2017: Jammu & Kashmir posted CRPF Jawan’s son ranked AIR 6

When Sourav Yadav’s father got posted in Jammu & Kashmir, his mother decided to shift to Kota from Haryana leaving behind her job for better studies options for her son. Sourav didn’t disappoint them. He scored 330 marks out of 366 in JEE Advanced 2017 and secured All India Rank (AIR) 6. 

Hailing from a small town in Bhiwani district, Haryana, Sourav got to know about engineering when he came to Kota. During his secondary (Class 10) examination he enrolled in the Resonance Coaching institute, Kota. His mother was keen on providing better education for her son and left her job as a school teacher in Haryana to accompany him for his studies. “My father doesn’t get much time to accompany us as he is posted in Jammu & Kashmir where tension escalates every now and then. My mother is the strongest pillar of my success in JEE Advanced 2017,” said Sourav. The intelligent lad loves home-cooked food and staying away from his mother’s ‘Haath ka Khana‘ was too difficult for him. His mother, being a mother, knew that and decided to sacrifice her career for the better future of her son.

Sourav wants to take up Computer Science in IIT Bombay, which is a dream institute for any IIT aspirant. He is fond of video games and application software, and is interested in developing his own apps and software for the people. “I would like to learn the nuances of Computer Science and develop something on my own. The urge to take up Computer Science as a career option came to me while I saw my maternal uncle, who is a software engineer working on interesting projects. He motivated me to take up engineering as well,” informed Sourav.

Although, Sourabh had secured AIR 108 in JEE Main, he never gave prominence to rankings as such. “I was concerned about the percentage marks I score in any examination. Ranks will follow it’s course. By doing that I have always remained immune from the extra pressure that students often take while writing an important exam,” said Sourav.

Topping one of the toughest entrance examination in the country came naturally to this youngster as he was preparing for the advance level exam even before JEE Mains. “I prepared myself from the very beginning for JEE Advanced. I used to self-analyse my problem areas and work on those from time to time,” concluded Sourav.

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