JEE advanced results 2020: Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) has announced the results of the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Advance on its official website. 1.5 lakh students participated in the joint entrance exam-advanced (JEE-Adv). Students result by clicking this link Can check Vaibhav Raj of Begusarai, Bihar has secured All India Rank 3 in JEE Advanced Examination.
Talking about his preparations, Vaibhav said that my preparations were good, so I was confident of my preparations. I came to Kota in 2018 and was then dreaming of admission to IIT. I took admission in Allen. Here I stayed with my mother, who supported me. Prior to this I have won the Gold Medal from IJSO. I had 98 per cent marks in class X and 99 per cent marks in class 12. I am also an NTSE Scholar and was ranked All India 45 in my JEE Main. With this I have been selected in Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Astronomy Olympiad. Describing his mantra of success, Vaibhav said that before coming to Kota, I was very afraid of chemistry, but now it has become my favorite subject. I had made a list of all the chapters and selected the important topics from them and prepared the schedule. Vaibhav’s father Sunil Kumar Rai is a Senior Scientific Officer in the Directorate General of Quality Assurance, Ministry of Defense. His mother is a homemaker.
JEE advanced results 2020 live update
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.