JEE Advanced 2020: JEE Advanced results released Chirag Falor topped

JEE advanced results 2020: Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) has announced the results of the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Advance. 1.5 lakh students participated in the joint entrance exam-advanced (JEE-Adv). Students result by clicking this link Can check Chirag Falor has topped the boys. Chirag has secured first rank in All India. At the same time, Kanishka Mittal has topped the girls, she has got 17th rank in All India. Chirag has 352 marks out of 396, he is from IIT Bombay Zone. Kanishka hails from IIT Roorkee zone, 315 out of her 396 marks. These are the top 10 rank holders:

1 lamp flower

2 Gangula Bhuvan Reddy

3 Vaibhav Raj

4 R Muhendra Raj

5 Keshav Aggarwal

6 Hardik Rajpal

7 Vedang Dhirendra Asgaonkar

8 myself Shashank Chaubey

9 Harshavardhana Agrawal

10 Sounded Beniwal

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JEE Advanced Result 2020: read here zone wise female toppers
IIT Bombay – Niyati Manish Mehta – AIR- 62

IIT Delhi – Gutta Sindhuja-AIR- 18

IIT Guwahati – Aakriti Pandey – AIR- 952

IIT Kanpur — Shreya Moghe – AIR- 402

IIT Kharagpur – Anushka – AIR- 177

IIT Madras– Kothapalli Namita-AIR-44

IIT Roorkee – Kanishka Mittal – AIR- 17

The registration process for counseling will start tomorrow. Candidates can register for JoSAA counseling from tomorrow. Amid waiting for the JEE Advanced Exam 2020 results, the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) has announced some changes in the admission process for this year. According to the statement released on the official website of the Joint Seat Allocation Authority, this year there will be only six rounds of seat allotment while seven rounds of seat allotment have been taking place for the last three years. This is being done to end the admission process before the Diwali holidays. Let me tell you that last year, where the candidates had to report themselves to confirm their seat, this year the whole process will be done online.

This year, a total of 96 percent of the students in the JEE Advanced participated in the examination held on September 27 at various examination centers across the country. Answer key has also been released for this exam. Under this, the candidates were given time till October 1 to register their objection. The first seat allocation list will be released on 17 October.


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