Devansh Sharma scored 305 which made him one of the toppers in the State.
Around 13 lakh Engineering aspirants who took up Joint Entrance Exam this year can now take an easy breathe as the JEE Main results were out this evening and the catch is the cut off marks declared this year (Gen) is 105 as compared to last year’s 115.
180 plus students from Deeksha Network qualified for the JEE Advanced. Devansh Sharma scored 305, Akshay Krishna scored 281, Anusha KM scored 268, Vishnu Theja B scored 267 and Rinal P scored 264.
Devansh Sharma, an IIT aspirant and who scored 305 said, “The Excellence batch gave us lot of time to focus on our preparations. We had teachers who continuously helped us in clarifying our doubts. Before the exam, just a week back we solved close 15- 20 mock papers which were very helpful for me.”
Akshay Krishna who scored 281 and an aspirant of IIT Madras said, “I am happy that I qualified for Advanced. Now the aim is to crack that and go ahead with my dream,” he also said, “We were trained with a lot of mock papers. Our answers were deeply analysed regularly, which helped us to get a hang on the pattern of the paper.”
“I was taught how to be strong in basics and to solve more and more mock papers as we had to face the toughest exam with confidence. I am thankful to my teachers who were always around me to help,” said, Vishnu Theja B who scored 267 and aspiring to join IISC and pursue pure sciences.
Rinal P, who scored 264, is a computer science aspirant. He said, “Rather than working out on all the problems, I was made to focus on my weak points were so that I could concentrate on solving toughest problems. My teachers were fantastic is training me!”
Dr. Sridhar, Founder Deeksha Network said, “This year’s cut off score is significantly lower than 2 years, could primarily be because of Physics paper was tricky in the Offline and Math paper was lengthy in the Online test. In spite of this more than 180 students from Deeksha Network have made their way to JEE Advanced. This is a commendable performance!” he also said, “The credit goes to our teachers, who trained them to stay focus. Now the biggest challenge for these students is to stay focused and crack JEE-Adavnced. For that a student needs to dedicate himself wholly to achieve his dream.”
JEE exams which are conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for candidates who wish to pursue B.E and B.Tech in premier institutes in the country. This exam is conducted in two parts, one Pen & Paper based (Offline) which was held on April 4th and first ever Computer based (Online) was held on April 10th and 11th.