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Kevin Martin of Kota bags AIR 2 in JEE Mains 2019, 7 students of Kota Institute in top 20

According to the press release released by NTA, for January attempt 9,29,198 candidates and for April attempt 9,35,755 candidates were registered out of which 8,74,469 students in January and 8,81,096 students in April simultaneously appeared in the examination.

education Updated: Apr 30, 2019 08:28 IST
Aabshar H Quazi
Aabshar H Quazi
Hindustan Times, Kota
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Students from Kota have once again performed very well in the JEE Mains 2019, the results for which were declared on Monday night. Seven students of Allen Career Institute of Kota are among top 20 All India Ranks (AIR) achievers.

Brajesh Maheshwari, Director of Allen Career Institute said on Monday night that 7 students of Allen Career Institute have secured their positions in Top 20 All India Ranks. Allen’s student Kevin Martin secured AIR 2, Jayesh Singla secured AIR 4, Nishant Abhangi secured AIR 6, Sambit Behera secured AIR 11, Ankit Kumar Misra secured AIR 13, Kartikey Gupta secured AIR 18 and Samiksha Das secured AIR 20.

All these students are from the classroom programme students of the Institute. Out of the 24 Students who got 100 percentile in the JEE Mains 2019 examination in the country, 7 students are from the institute.

In top 20 AIR, four students are from Rajasthan State in which three are from Allen. Nishant Abhangi from Allen is the Rajasthan Topper.

According to a press release issued by NTA, for January attempt 9,29,198 candidates and for April attempt 9,35,755 candidates were registered out of which 8,74,469 students in January and 8,81,096 students in April simultaneously appeared in the examination. A total of 12,37,892 unique candidates had registered in the JEE (Main) Examinations for both January and April attempt out of which 11,47,125 candidates appeared in JEE (Main) Examinations.

A total of 3,30,702 females, 8,16,420 Male and 3 Transgenders attempted the JEE Main Examination this year.

Cut off for JEE Advanced

The cut-off for JEE Advanced examination based on the highest of the total NTA score of JEE- Main exams in January and April has been issued, according to which the general category cut-off is 89.7548849, EWS category’s 78.2174869, OBC category 74.3166557, 54.0128155 of SC, 44.3345172 of SC and 0.1137173 for the disabled category.

First Published: Apr 30, 2019 07:15 IST