IIT JEE 2011 Headlines

Results declared, online counseling for all

Results for the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) were declared on Wednesday morning for close to 5 lakh aspirants who want to study engineering at either of the 16 Indian Institutes of Technology.

It is for the first they have provided model answers but they have withheld numbers obtained by examinees which was initially promised by IIT-JEE.

Results of Bhatinda centre on June 8

Indian Institutes of Technology-Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE) results of 30 aspirants, which were withheld following reports of mass copying at an examination centre in Bhatinda, will be declared on June 8, an IIT official said in Kanpur today.

The withheld results will be declared after submission of the investigation report of the two-member committee that was constituted to probe into the matter, professor Dhande of IIT Kanpur said.

227 Tamil Nadu students pass IIT-JEE

More than 200 students from Tamil Nadu passed the Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam ( IIT-JEE) 2011. Of these, four students made it to the top 100 list.This year’s results are better than last year’s when there was not a single student from Tamil Nadu in the top 100 list

1.1% Guwahati zone candidates clear IIT

1.1 per cent candidates clearing the exam from IIT Guwahati zone. Amol, with all India ranking (AIR) 41, was declared as the topper from the region where 56,458 candidates from Guwahati zone appeared in one of the toughest entrance tests in the country.

Nine Goans make it to the prestigious IITs this year

Nine Goan students secured seats at the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) this year, of the 120 that appeared for the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) from the state. However, this was a drop from the 13 that cleared the exam last year.

A Chennai-based girl has done herself proud by becoming the first female student in the State to get a double digit rank in the IIT-JEE, the results of which were declared on Wednesday.

Female Topper

E Dhivya secured the 96th all India rank among the 9,618 meritorious students who cleared the exams out of the 4.58 lakh students.

Twenty-four Super 30 students in Patna cleared the IIT entrance tests, making Anand Kumar “happy and satisfied today”.

24 Selected out of Super 30

Kumar, who runs an IIT coaching centre, had started the Super 30 batch in 2002 to identify 30 poor and meritorious students who would be coached at his centre for free every year.


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