JEE Main: Deepank of Mujaffarpur is the Topper of Bihar

Kota / Muzaffarpur: CBSE has released the results of JEE Main on Thursday. Udaipur's Kalpit Virwal topped the entire nation in JEE Main by scoring Perfect 100%. On the other hand, Deepank Agarwal of Muzaffarpur has achieved the distinction of being East Zone Topper along with getting the 15th (All India rank) place across the country. Deepank, who got success in her first attempt, has given her 12th examination this year. He scored 335 out of 360 points.

On the other hand, Kalpit who got 360 points out of 360 got 120 marks out of 120 in Physics, Chemistry and Maths. This is a record in itself. None of the students were able to score 100% score in this examination that is held for admission in major engineering colleges across the country including the IIT. It was the assumption of Kalpit that in spite of negative marking, he attempted all questions and all the answers were correct.

You can also become a Topper; Learn Tips of Kalpit

Holding on timings from the Mock Test: Accuracy and timing are the most important in men. I have never studied by seeing the time. Topic wise routinely made a routine reading of six to seven hours. Never took stress for studying. Holding the timing from the Mock Test Papers and finished the paper just a few minutes before the end.

Took Risk and he Succeed: Despite having negative marking, he took a big risk of answering all the questions. Have done simple questions first. After that, there are some difficult and difficult questions. Even after being 75 percent confident, I attempted questions.

19 point drop cutoff, physical handicapped cutoff is just 1 point

This year JEE Advanced Qualifying Cutoff dropped by 19 points. Last year, 100 students of General category had qualified for Advance. This year it has come to cutoff 81. According to the cutoff score, the cutoff score of the physical handicap category is a score. The cut off of the second category also declined.

10.2 Lakh Students Gave Test

On April 2, 8, 10.2 million students were sitting in the examination held on 1,781 centers across the country. Top 2.20 lakh students of JE Mains will now sit in JEE Advanced Examination, 2017.

                                                                  ---Ashish Jha