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  • IIT JEE: Toppers from the last five years

    Cracking IIT JEE, the only exam that decides the fate of aspiring engineering students is not everyone’s cup of tea. While, students crib about not being able to get through the tough examination, there are always genius minds who surprise everyone with their top scores. Here is a list of such five toppers from the past five years.

    Have a look at the products of sustained efforts, dedication, and clarity in vision.

    2014 Topper-Chitraang Murdia

    Chitraang Murdia from Rajasthan topped IIT JEE 2014. He scored 334 out of 360 marks in the exam. Chitraang had given the exam from the Delhi zone. Chitraang wants to get into research in the field of electronics or computer science.

    2013 Topper-Pallerla Saisandeep Reddya-

    Pallerla Saisandeep Reddy from Andhra Pradesh secured the highest marks in IIT JEE 2013. He had then said that he would join the prestigious IIT-Bombay in the Computer Science stream and further pursue post-graduation in robotic technology.

    2012 Topper-Arpit Aggarwal

    Arpit Aggarwal from Faridabad scored 385 out of 408 in IIT JEE. This genius managed to achieve every engineering aspirant’s dream by topping IIT JEE exams. He had thanked his family for supporting him throughout his prepapration period which was two years. In order not to disturb the hard working boy, the family did not host any social function in the house for those two years.

    2011 topper-Prithvi Tej

    Prithvi Tej from Andhra Pradesh was IIT JEE topper of 2011. An alumni of Viswabharati School in Vijaywada, Prithvi used to study for eight to ten hours a day without compromising on his hobbies. He not only topped IIT JEE in 2011, but also was the AIEEE 7th ranker.

    2010 Topper-Anumula Jithendar Reddy

    Anumula Reddy from Andhra Pradesh topped IIT JEE in 2010. This mastermind managed to get on to the top without really studying for 10 to 12 hours. As he stayed in hostel with friends, he would spend time with friends but was also dedicated towards studies an used time efficiently which he believes to be the reason for his success.

  • JEE (Mains) 2014 All India Ranking declared

    All India Ranking fir students who appeared JEE Mains have been declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The exam was for students aspiring for engineering. Candidates can check their ranks here http://jeemain.nic.in/

    Over 12.6 lakh candidates had been eagerly waiting their All India Ranks. The results were expected by July 7th, however it was delayed which caused a bit panic among students. The ranks are calculated by giving 60% weightage to JEE Main scores and 40%weightage to Class 12 marks.

    The reason for the delay being the postponing of submitting of marks the CBSE students by some Boards, which subsequently extended the deadline from June 27th to July 3rd.

    The Rank card system consists of ’All India rank’, ‘state rank’ and ‘category rank’ of the candidate. It also has total marks along with the marks scored by the candidate in individual subjects.

  • 10% Engineering Seats in AP reserved for JEE Main Rank holders

    The Higher education council president professor Jaya Prakash Rao informed that the schedule for management seats filing will be announced based on the counselling dates of convener quota seats.

    Higher education council decided to fill the management quota seats in private engineering colleges through online method. In Which, 10% of Engineering Management Seats are reserved for JEE Main rank holders.

    EAMCET 2013 results will ab announced on June 02. After the EAMCET results, higher education council will conduct the counselling for filling the engineering seats across the State.

    It is already announced that the first phase of engineering council will be conducted from 17th to 30th June, and the final phase of counselling will be held from 8th to 11th June.

    Based on these dates the management quota seats will also be announced by the higher education council. As per the orders of the supreme court, engineering classes in all the colleges will commence from 1st August, 2013.

    JEE Main holders will be given 70% in convener quota and 30% seats in management quota in engineering admission. There are limited numbers of colleges which have the permission of AICTE to fill NRI quota seats.

    Last year, government issued orders to fill the management quota seats in online method. Various college managements approached the high court and as per the court orders online filling of management quota seats was not taken up in 2012.

    The government then ordered the higher education council to take necessary steps to fill the management quota seats in online method through a special portal for the year 2013-14.

    Thus in most of the colleges 30% seats will be filled under management quota. Experts are analyzing that most of the management quota seats will be filled by the students of Andhra Pradesh.

    Around 3.83 lakh aspirants appeared for EAMCET 2013 entrance exam for admissions to first year professional courses in colleges in the Andhra Pradesh.

  • JEE Main Rankers to get preference in AP over EAMCET students

    Students looking for management quota seats in the Andhra Pradesh’s best engineering colleges will need to compete with JEE Main rankers from other states because their EAMCET Exam ranks and 12th marks won’t be enough to help.

    As per the latest norms, the first preference will be given to JEE rankers and only the leftover seats will be given to Eamcet and Inter students later. Out of the 30 per cent management quota seats, 5 per cent has to be offered to children of NRIs.

    JEE Main Rankers to get preference in AP over EAMCET students. Each engineering college has 70 per cent merit quota seats (category-A), to be filled through Eamcet counselling, and 30 per cent management quota (category-B) seats that the managements can fill on their own.

    From last year, there has been heavy rush for management quota seats after the government fixed common fee for both merit and management quota seats. The common fees varies from college to college and ranges from Rs 30,000 to Rs 1.13 lakh per annum.