IIT JEE Advanced 2016 result: IIT JEE Advanced 2016 result declared today at 10 am on its official website jeeadv.ac.in. Jaipur’s Aman Bansal is the topper of IIT JEE Advanced 2016. Bhavesh Dhingra of Yamuna Nagar plunged the second rank while Kunal Goyal from Jaipur clinched the third position. Riya Singh (All India Rank (AIR) 133) from Kota is the topper among girls.
IIT JEE Advanced exam 2016 was organized by IIT Guwahati in collaboration with the Joint Admission Board 2016 for admission to engineering courses. IIT JEE Advanced exam 2016 was conducted on May 22.
About 1,98,000 students appeared for the IIT JEE Advanced 2016. After the release of IIT JEE Advanced 2016 result, the All India Ranks of successful candidates will be released on the website, although the candidates will not receive personalized rank cards. IIT Guwahati had released the official answer key to the JEE Advanced 2016 on June 5 and the Optical response sheet on June 1.
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Click here to directly go to the candidate portal to check results
Here we provide the steps to check IIT JEE Advanced 2016 result:
Step 1: Go to the official website jeeadv.ac.in
Step 2: Click on the link for ‘JEE Advanced Results’
Step 3: Enter details as required and submit
Step 4: IIT JEE Advanced results 2016 will appear on the screen
Step 5: Download and save it for future reference
Qualifying Criteria for IIT JEE Advanced 2016 result
The total marks obtained in Mathematics will be the marks awarded for Mathematics in Paper 1 and Paper 2. The total marks obtained in Physics and Chemistry will also be calculated in the same way. The aggregate marks will be calculated as the sum of the marks obtained in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Candidates have to satisfy the subject-wise as well as the aggregate qualifying marks to be included in a rank list.
Maximum aggregate marks: 372 (186 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)
Maximum marks in Physics: 124 (62 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)
Maximum marks in Chemistry: 124 (62 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)
Maximum marks in Mathematics: 124 (62 each in Paper-1 and Paper-2)
Students who cleared the JEE-Mains, the first phase of the two-phase IIT-Joint Entrance Examinations, were eligible to sit for IIT JEE-Advanced. Those who will clear the final phase of the exam will now be offered a place in one of the technology institutes.