JEE Advanced 2017 Results Analysis-

You can check your JEE ADVANCED Result here – JEE Advanced Result-2017

In the year 2016 – Aman Bansal from Jaipur topped the exam. Bhavesh Dhingra of Yamuna Nagar took the second spot & Kunal Goyal secured the third position in JEE Advanced. There wasn’t any girl in the Top 100 of the JEE Advanced CRL, the topper amongst them securing AIR 133 in JEE Advanced. Deepanshu Jindal who topped JEE Main last year secured AIR 53 in the advanced stage of JEE.

JEE Advanced Rank List and Category-wise Toppers (2016)

S.No. Rank List Rank Name City/Town
1. CRL 1 Aman Bansal Jaipur
2. CRL 2 Bhavesh Dhingra Yamuna Nagar
3. CRL 3 Kunal Goyal Jaipur
4. CRL 1 (Girls) Riya Singh (AIR 133) Kota
5. OBC-NCL 1 Duggani Jeevithiesh Vijayawada
6. SC 1 Chinmay Awale Navi Mumbai
7. ST 1 Mude Chaithanya Naik Punganur
8. CRL-PwD 1 Kalluri Hari Prasad Guntur
9. OBC-NCL-PwD 1 Neelesh Verma Kanpur
10. SC-PwD 1 Samprit Shekhar Jambhulkar Panchasheel Nagar
11. ST-PwD 1 Vineeth Krishna Lambadi Anantapur

*CRL – Common Rank List

JEE Advanced 2017 Topper

Topper Rank
Sarvesh Mehtani 1
Akshat Chugh 2
Ananye Agarwal 3
Yet to be found* 4
Suraj Yadav 5
Saurabh Yadav 6
Ashish Waiker 7
Omkar Deshpande 8
Rachit Bansal 9
 Yet to be found* 10

JEE Main 2017 was topped by Kalpit Veerwal who scored 100 % in the JEE Main i.e. 360/360. This year Vrunda Nandkumar Rathi, the topper amongst girls, secured AIR 71 in JEE Main.

The following table shows the overall numbers of JEE Advanced 2016.

Category No. of Boys No. of Girls No. of OCI Candidates No. of PIO Candidates No. of Foreign Candidates
No. of Registered Candidates 125928 30020 89 61 19
No. of Appeared Candidates 119900 27778 80 58 18
No. of Qualified Candidates 31996 4570 44 25 2

JEE Advanced Cut-Off Marks

To be included in the rank list of JEE Advanced, candidates must score minimum marks which are decided based on the table given below. The table lists down the minimum % mark required to be included in respective rank lists.

Rank List Minimum % in each subject Minimum % of aggreagate
Common rank list (CRL) 10.0 35.0
OBC-NCL rank list 9.0 31.5
SC rank list 5.0 17.5
ST rank list 5.0 17.5
Common-PwD rank list (CRL-PwD) 5.0 17.5
OBC-NCL-PwD rank list 5.0 17.5
SC-PwD rank list 5.0 17.5
ST-PwD rank list 5.0 17.5
Preparatory course rank list 2.5 8.75

 

The actual JEE Advanced cut off is available only after the counseling and admission process concludes. In 2016, JEE Advanced cut off was 75 marks. Follow the table given below for category wise cut off last year.

Category Cut Off Marks
Gen 75
OBC-NCL 67
SC 38
ST 38
Gen-PWD 38
SC-PWD 38
ST-PWD 38
Preparatory Courses 19

JEE Advanced Answer Key 2017

IIT Madras has released the Optical Response Sheet of JEE Advanced 2017. The official Answer Key of JEE Advanced 2017 has been released by IIT Madras, on June 4, 2017. With the help of the answer key, candidates can check whether their responses in Paper I and Paper II of JEE Advanced 2017 are correct or not. To check the answer go Here By aggregating the number of correct answers and following the JEE Advanced marking scheme, the candidate will be able to then calculate his/her expected score before final results are declared. After the release of answer key, candidates will be given a definite time frame within which they can send complaints regarding any key in the answer key. The admission committee will consider all such complaints and after making any corrections, if needed, will publish JEE Advanced 2017 result. It may be noted that various coaching institutes have already released the answer key and solutions of JEE Advanced 2017 Paper I and Paper II.

 

JEE Advanced Eligibility Criteria 2017

The Eligibility Criteria of JEE Advanced 2017 is a set of eligibility requirements needed to be fulfilled by the aspiring candidates in order to be considered eligible for appearing and applying for JEE Advanced 2017. The eligibility criteria of JEE Advanced 2017 includes several aspects related to age limit, qualifying exam, marks, and percentage in qualifying exam, the number of attempts, etc. All Indian, as well as foreign nationals, are required to meet each one of the following five eligibility criteria to appear in JEE Advanced 2017. IIT Madras will conduct JEE Advanced 2017 for foreign nationals in 8 countries including five SAARC nations – Nepal, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

 

Eligibility Criteria of JEE Advanced 2017

  • Performance in JEE Main 2017: The candidates should have qualified JEE Main 2017 and be among the top 2,20,000 JEE Main 2017 qualifiers.

Category-wise distribution of “top” candidates

Order

Category

Number of “Top” Candidates

Total

1

OPEN

1,07,767

1,11,100

2

OPEN-PwD

3,333

3

OBC-NCL

57,618

59,400

4

OBC-NCL-PwD

1,782

5

SC

32,010

33,000

6

SC-PwD

990

7

ST

16,005

16,500

8

ST-PwD

495

 

  • Age Limit: The candidates should have been born on or after October 1, 1992. ST/SC/PwD candidates get 5 years relaxation.
  • Number of Attempts: JEE Advanced can be attempted maximum two times in consecutive years.
  • Appearance in Class XII (or equivalent) examination: Candidates should have completed their 12th standard examination in either 2016 or 2017.
  • Earlier admission at IITs/ISM: Those candidates who were earlier admitted to IITs were not eligible to apply for JEE Advanced 2017.

 

 

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