Chandigarh: The JEE-Advanced 2016 results have been declared and 36,566 of the 1.5 lakh-odd candidates who took the exam, have qualified for admissions into the country’s leading IITs.
With four new IITs – at Chattisgarh, Jammu, Karnataka and Goa — scheduled to begin operations from the 2016-17 session, there are 10,575 seats across 23 IITs (including ISM, Dhanbad) this time, around 569 more than last year.
According to reports, Jaipur’s Aman Bansal has topped the exam followed by Bhavesh Dhingra and Kunal Goyal.
Students can check their results on http://www.jeeadv.ac.in/
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