NEW DELHI: Sarvesh Mehtani, a student from Chandigarh, was declared the topper in the highly competitive IIT-JEE (Advanced) engineering test, the results of which were announced Sunday.
Pune’s Akshat Chugh was in second position and Delhi’s Ananye Agarwal was placed third in the prestigious advanced entrance exam to the Indian Institutes of Technology.
Mehtani is from the IIT Roorkee zone, Chugh is from the IIT Bombay zone and Agarwal if from the IIT-Delhi zone.
Of those students placed in the top 100 ranks, 29 were from the IIT Madras zone, 26 from the IIT Delhi zone, 25 from the IIT Bombay zone and six from the IIT Kanpur zone.
Seat allotment is expected to begin on June 19