JEE-Advanced result 2019 declared; Kartikeya Gupta tops; website crashes due to heavy load

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JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Advanced result 2019 has been released on the official website of JEE-Advanced. The result is out at 10:00 am today (14th June). The candidates can easily visit the website and get their results at results.jeeadv.ac.in.

Though, the result has been already released but the official website has notified the students that due to the overload on the website the candidates are requested to check their results after 11:30 am.

Kartikeya Gupta of Maharashtra has been declared the Topper with All India Rank (AIR) 1st. He has secured 346 out of 372 marks. It is to be noted that this Maharashtra boy had secured 18th AIR in JEE Mains 2019.

The AIR 2nd position is bagged by Himanshu Singh of Allahabad (Prayagraj) and Archit Bubna of New Delhi has secured AIR 3rd position in the exam.

This year the JEE Advanced was conducted by IIT-Roorkee in the form of Computer Based Test (CBT). The examination was conducted on May 27th this year. The date of the examination had to be postponed from May 19th due to the clash with Lok Sabha Elections 2019.

IIT-Roorkee will soon be releasing the category-wise ranking list at its website.

The JEE Advanced 2019 answer key was released on June 4th and the portal was open for the questions to be raised by the candidates till June 6th.

The candidates, who secure the eligible marks in this exam are able to take admission in 23 prominent IIT institutes of India. These institutes have 11,000 vacant seats open for the candidates.

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