Delhi/Malegaon: Putting an end to the wait of over 4.85
lakh students, the results of the joint entrance examination of
the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT-JEE) were
declared Wednesday. Three students of Patna based Rehmani 30 are
also in the list of 9,600 successful students.
Around 4.85 lakh students appeared for 9,600 seats in 15 premier
institutions April 10. The exam was held in 1,051 centres in 131
cities across the country, an official statement said.
Out of the 15 students from Rehmani
30, who appeared in the coveted exams, three students - Aaqib Javed, Kamran Ashraf and Shadab Naseem have
found their names in the list of the successful students.
The Rehmani 30, which came to the
limelight when 10 of its Muslim students of primary schools from poor
background cracked the IIT JEE exams in 2010. The centre is
jointly run by Maulana Syed Mohammad Wali Rehmani and Additional
Director General of Police, Bihar Abhyanand.
Along with Rehmani 30, ADGP
Abhyanand runs four more centers to prepare students from poor
background for IIT JEE exams. A total of 32 students from these
five centers have cleared
this year's IIT JEE exams.
The results were declared at 9 a.m. and students can see the
results online on the JEE website, said an official, adding that
counselling for all successful candidates will be online.
For the first time, students will get to see scanned answer sheets
online from June 4.
The number of students who appeared this year was 30,000 more than
last year's figure, a rise of 6.5 percent.
Model solutions of the paper were put up May 15 and IITs have
acknowledged errors adding up to 36 marks, for which full marks
will be granted to all students who attempted the questions.