Sarvesh Mehtani secured the All India Rank (AIR) - I in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2017 and credits his father and mother for his top accomplishment.
JEE advanced result 2017 topper: Sarvesh Mehtani from Panchkula has topped the advanced Joint Engineering Examination (JEE). Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras had released the JEE 2017 results on Sunday morning. He secured the All India Rank (AIR) – I in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2017 and credits his father and mother for his top accomplishment. He added that to achieve anything big, parents’ support is a must. He said, “I studied for five hours besides my schooling and coaching hours. On a holiday, I studied for eight hours. I would say that the support of the parents is very important for a person to achieve anything. I would like to give credit to my parents and my teachers for my result. I believe that practical examination gives a good knowledge about the examination.” Mehtani was talking to ANI. His proud father on his part said, “focus can make anyone achieve whatever they want to,” while his mother said that this was the “best day of her life.”
Sarvesh had scored a remarkable 339 out of 366 in the JEE advanced examination. Sarvesh scored 120 in mathematics, 115 in Chemistry and 104 in Physics. According to the Indian Express, the JEE advanced topper had secured the 55th rank in the JEE Mains paper. Mehtani had taken the exam from the IIT Roorkee zone. Sarvesh, a student of Bhavan Vidyalaya in Panchkula, wants to pursue a course in computer science at the prestigious IIT-Bombay, according to the Hindustan Times.
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Akshat Chugh from Pune secured the second rank in the JEE Advanced exam and Ananye Agarwal of Delhi managed to bag the third position in the engineering entrance exam. Akshat got the seventh ranking the JEE Main exam. Haryana’s Suraj Yadav managed to land the fifth spot on the list.
Of the 10.20 lakh students that appeared for the JEE Main exam this year only 2.20 lakh qualified for the JEE Advanced, of these students only 1.7 lakh students registered to take the exam.The next step is the admission process of the IITs, Indian School of Mines, National Institute of Technology – allotment of seats is expected to start as early as on June 19. Students who appeared for the JEE Advanced can check their results from the exam’s official portals jeeadv.nic.in and results.jeeadv.ac.in. Students will have to enter their exam application number and date of birth to access their results.
Indian Instutes of Technology (IITs) offer admission to undergraduate courses on the basis of JEE Advanced. This leads to a Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s or Bachelor-Master Dual Degree in Engineering, Sciences, Architecture, or even Pharmaceutics.