JEE Advance Jagran News:
JEE Advance Jagran News, Students at GD Goenka Public School are confident of cracking the exam but not sure about their rank and colleges they will get through.
Yashi Agarwal, who scored 92.4% in CBSE Class 12 board examination this year, wants to pursue a B Tech in computer science.
“I always knew what I had to do. I had my feet firmly grounded. I have always dreamt of being an IITian. I’ve worked really hard for the last two years to fulfill my dream. I have to just clear my JEE Advanced to be where I want to be,” the 17-year-old said.
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2018 for getting the much-coveted opportunity to study in prestigious Indian Institute of Technologies (IITs), has come down and said to be the lowest in seven years, according to an Indian Express report. As JEE advanced result 2018 was announced recently, it was found that 18,138 students out of the 1.55 lakh aspirants have cleared the cut-off, according to the report. In 2017, over 51,000 students had cleared the examination.