The eligibility criteria of scoring a minimum of 75% aggregate marks in the Class 12 board exam have also been scrapped for the second consecutive year.
On Friday, Secunderabad Cantonment Board (SCB) CEO Ajith Reddy felicitated Haritha for her exceptional performance in the exam.
Chirag Falor of Pune bagged the All-India first rank with a score of 352/396. Sharing his experience with TNIE, Jitendra said no matter how much one studies, the JEE Advanced will be difficult
Chirag Falor of IIT Bombay zone is the top ranker in CRL.
The second and third rank have been bagged by Gangula Bhuvan Reddy and Vaibhav Raj respectively.
The exam was conducted in two shifts — morning and afternoon — in 222 cities across the country, which included Hyderabad and Warangal in Telangana. There were around 250 students in each session.
The official claimed that the number of exam centres has been increased from 600 last year to 1000 and the number of exam cities has also been increased.
The exam was earlier scheduled to be held on May 17, but was deferred due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Pokhriyal asked students to start their preparations for other exams including the CBSE Class 10 and 12 board exams. He said the dates will be announced after gauging the prevailing situation.
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.
Over 29,000 candidates from Telugu speaking States Andhra Pradesh and Telangana region have appeared for the examination.
For the first time, JEE Advanced was held completely in the online mode.