Proving their mettle several students from across the State tasted success on Monday after the declaration of Joint Engineering Entrance (JEE) –Mains exam result conducted in April. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared Paper I (B.Tech) result with ranks while the result for Paper II is expected to be released today. Rahul Kumar Tiwary, a student of Jamshedpur Public School, Baridih became the State topper by securing AIR 22; he scored 335 out of 360 marks.
“I am really very excited. I did not expect 22nd rank. I am elated. My main focus now is to crack JEE Advanced and here too I am expecting good ranking. I want to pursue computer science engineering at IIT, Mumbai,” said Rahul, a resident of Dimna Road, Mango.
Besides Jamshedpur, displaying an incredible performance, more than 200 students from DPS Bokaro secured descent ranks in one of prestigious engineering entrance test. Aryan, a student of DPS Bokaro secured AIR 47 in the JEE Mains.
“All credits go to my teachers and parents for correct guidelines,” said Aryan. “Hard-work never goes wasted, its’ the result of my 8-9 hours daily hard work. I made it possible by self-study and discipline, it’s the biggest achievement and reward for me,” Aryan further added.
Students of Delhi Public school Ranchi also performed well in the exam. For two consecutive years DPS Ranchi has produced the topper of the City. PRATIK PRAWAR has secured the 96th position with 316 Score. Over 200 students have qualified from the cradle.
Dr Ram Singh, Principal of the school congratulated the students and said they should all gear up now for JEE advance which is going to be held in the month of May.
Meanwhile, 347/396 students of ChampSquare cleared the JEE Mains exam. Students including Deepak Somani, Abhinav Jha, Rudresh, Saurav, Adarsh, Kunal, Akansha, Rahul,Shrishreshth, Vatsalya, Mona, Shreya, Jaya, Tejasvita, Prithwiraj among others tasted success.
Over 416 students from FIITJEE Ranchi Center demonstrated outstanding scholastic brilliance in JEE (Mains), 2018 from its Classroom Program. As many as 10 meritorious students from FIITJEE Ranchi Centre Classroom Program who exhibited their distinguished merit in JEE (Mains) grabbed top rankings.
From Brother’s Academy 342 students are reported to have qualified the exam and more results are still flowing in. Satyam Viksit Pansari, Ayan Adit, Sushant Jain, Vishwajit Kumar Singh, Sankalp Srivastava, Nikhil Kumar, Siddhanth Agarwal, Jhanvi Akanksha, Akash Anand & Yash Agarwal were the top performers from Brother’s Academy.
Furthermore, breaking all barriers and proving their mettle, 20 meritorious students of Aakansha-40 were declared successful. All these students of Aakansha-40 belongs to economically weaker section of the society and are being trained under State government programme for qualifying All India level Examinations—Medical and Engineering entrance test.
The JEE Mains results was announced late in the evening, though the CBSE that conducts the JEE Mains had earlier announced to declare the results by 11 AM on its official website.
About 7000 engineering aspirants from the State qualified to appear in JEE Advanced. The JEE Main 2018 offline exam was held on April 8 whereas the online exam was conducted on April 15 and April 16.
The cut off marks were lesser this year. Out of a score of 360, the cut off marks for general was 74; 45 for OBC; 29 for SC and 24 for ST. What came as a surprise was the cut off for people with disability (PWD) was at -35 marks. Students who have scored the required cut off will now appear for JEE Advanced scheduled on May 20.