Two boys from Krishna district in Vijayawada topped various categories of the JEE Advanced 2019, the results of which were announced on June 14.
Two other students from SAI International school, Sibasis Nayak and Gyanaranjan Behura, have also found a place in the top 100 rankings.
The institute’s early edge programmes are designed for students to start early in their preparation for JEE and help them adapt to the quantum jump in level of difficulty.
The much-awaited results of IIT JEE Advanced 2019 conducted by IIT Roorkee saw three students from the Telangana in the top 10 ranks.
Of the total number 1,61,319 candidates who appeared in both paper one and two of the exam, 38,705 have cleared the exam.
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Over 31,000 candidates from both the Telugu states appeared for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced on Monday.
Over 1.73 lakh students appeared for JEE Advanced 2019 examination here on Monday.
Paper-1, with two sections, will be held from 9 am to 12 pm, and Paper-2, with three sections, will be held from 2 pm to 5 pm.
Sabarinathan told The New Indian Express, "My parents, who are handloom workers, could not afford to enroll me in a private coaching centre to get trained on JEE."
The examination will be held in India as well as abroad, on this May 27 in two shifts - Paper on from 9 am to 12 pm and paper 2 from 2 pm to 5 pm.
The Mohali-Panchkula edition of a Hindi newspaper, printed on Saturday evening, carried a report that said Goyal, who scored 337 out of 360 marks, held the first rank.
P Girinath from Chennai, secured the All India Rank of 51 in Indian Institute of Technology’s Joint Entrance Examination results.
Super-30’s successful students this year are from socioeconomically disadvantaged sections and include the wards of a factory worker from Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh and a landless farmer from Giridih,
Meenal Parekh from Kota in Rajasthan is the topper among girls with 318 marks.