In the paper-1 JEE Advanced, he scored 56 in Physics, 54 in Chemistry, and 36 in Mathematics. In paper-2, he secured 54 marks in Physics; 56 in Chemistry, and 48 in Mathematics.
While the JEE-Mains is conducted for admission to engineering colleges across the country, it is considered as a qualifying test for the JEE-Advanced.
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.