JEE-Advanced 2016 results and rank list have been declared. Candidates can check results and know more about JEE-Advanced 2016 here.
JEE-Advanced 2016 results have been declared and with this the fate of around 200,000 candidates who qualified for the JEE-Advanced. Candidates who have given the test can reach out to the official website to check the results.
After the declaration of JEE-Advanced results, an All India rank list of successful candidates, based on the aggregate marks in JEE-Advanced, has been published on the official website. However, candidates will not be receiving personalised rank cards.
Who are eligible for JEE-Advanced?
Candidates who qualify JEE Main are only eligible to sit for JEE-Advanced. This year, around 200,000 candidates qualified for JEE-Advanced.
JEE-Advanced 2016 Test
The test was conducted in two parts this year: Paper 1 and Paper 2. Both the papers comprised of 54 questions each consisting of 18 marks each from Physics, Chemistry and Maths, and were worth 186 marks. Each subject carried 124 marks with a total 372marks for the exam JEE-Advanced.
Who tops JEE-Advanced 2016?
Aman Bansal from Jaipur tops JEE-Advance 2016 rank list followed by Bhavesh Dhingra from Yamuna Nagar and Kunal Goyal, again, from Jaipur. Riya Singh from Kota with an all India rank of 133 is the topper among girls.
Based on the performance in JEE-Advanced, candidates will be able to enrol themselves for Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s and Dual degree programmes in IITs and the Indian School of Mines (ISM) Dhanbad, which now also enjoys the status of an IIT.
IIT Guwahati conducted JEE-Advanced 2016 exam in collaboration with Joint Admission Board (JAB) on various centres across India for admission into IITs that are considered the most prestigious institutes of technologies in India.
JEE-Advanced 2016 Ranking Ties
Candidates who have scored equal marks in the test will be judged based on the marks obtained in Mathematics. Further, if this doesn’t break the tie, candidates who have scored more marks in physics will get an edge over the others. If this doesn’t even break the ties, the same rank will be assigned to two or more students to get into the prestigious institutes of technology in India.
In addition to this, rank list for the preparatory courses will be made for the SC, ST and PwD candidates and those who qualify in more than one category will, therefore, be considerate in all the categories to which s/he belongs.
Adding more to the woes of students, minutes after the JEE-Advanced 2016 results announced the JEE advanced portal crashed. The website wasn’t up until late in the evening as the anxious students desperately continued to access their results. IIT Guwahati might have grossly underestimated the amount of traffic on the website that led to the current problem.
As the news about students not being able to access the results popped up, a senior official from the IIT Delhi said that we have created a few mirror sites to help students check results. However, mirror website even ran quite slowly owing to the heavy traffic.
Out of approximately 200,000 students who appeared for the JEE-Advanced 2016, around 36,566 qualified for admission into the country’s leading IITs. One name among the topper is Animesh Bohara from Delhi Who Secured 19th rank.