DELHI: JEE Advanced 2017 results announced on Sunday in which Anand Kumar hails from Patna’s super 30 students has created history again this year because 30 out of 30 aspirants have qualified in the JEE Advanced results 2017. These students can get admission in IITs.
Anand Kumar trains 30 students every year for JEE advance exam with free food and lodging – many of them students from economically backward sections -are picked and trained under the Super-30 programme with mathematician Anand Kumar bearing the expenses himself.
Lauding the efforts by the students, Anand Kumar, founder of Super-30 said: “These students have show if given a chance they can do anything.”
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras declared the JEE advanced 2017 results today in which Sarvesh Mehtani from Chandigarh has acquired all India first rank while Pune’s Akshat Chugh ranked second. 2.20 lakh top scorers from JEE Main exam were given chance to appear in JEE Advanced 2017, out of which only 1.7 lakh aspirants registered for the exam. 10.20 lakh students had appeared in the JEE main exam this year.