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Work Hard, Stay Calm, says JEE Advanced Exam 2017 Topper Mehtani

Work Hard, Stay Calm, says JEE Advanced Exam 2017 Topper Mehtani

A total of almost 1.74 lakh students registered for the exam, out of which 500 were foreign candidates as this year for the first time the entrance tests were conducted in 6 countries apart from India.

As per the qualifying structure, those Candidates who have passed in the first phase of the two phase exams were eligible to appear for IIT-JEE (Advanced). The IIT JEE 2017 Advanced examination took place on 21st May 2017.

A total of 25 students of Rahmani 30 Patna appeared for the IIT JEE Advanced 2017 and 23 were decalred passed.

The results can be accessed from JEE Advanced official portal after entering the exam application number and date of birth of the candidates.

The first round of seat allotment will be held on June 28. Qualified students can secure admission into the IITs and the Indian School of Mines (ISM) for Bachelor's, Integrated Master's or Bachelor-Master Dual Degree courses in Engineering, Sciences, Architecture, or Pharmaceutics.

JAY PARANJPE SCORE: 308/366 AIR: 79 Paranjpe, made sure to solve question papers each day, a month before the exam to sharpen his writing skills and improve on time management.

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Students need to login to check their JEE advanced results 2017 to the details abut their marks like category-wise and all India ranks (AIR). The text messages will be sent to the candidates to their registered mobile numbers.

Advanced 2017, was declared at 10 am on Sunday.

Mehtani was followed by Pune's Akshat Chugh and Delhi's Ananye Agarwal who secured the second and third spot in All India Ranks (AIR).

This is the 15th year of Super 30, an initiative under which Anand Kumar mentors 30 students free of cost at his home and provides them food and stay.

Stay tuned for more notifications on JEE Advanced Results 2017 and the counselling updates.

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