JEE Main 2017: 72.2% boys and 20.8% girls qualify for JEE Advanced 2017

New Delhi:  The data analysis of JEE Main 2017 results and say interesting story about the engineering aspirants in India. Of the total 11.86 lakh candidates who have registered for JEE Main 2017 in both offline and online mode, nearly 72.2% were boys while 27.8% were girls. Meanwhile, when the results were announced 79.2% boys cleared the test while 20.8% girls.

There were only three transgender candidates registered for JEE Main 2017. Among the successful candidates, only 68 girls find a place among top 1000 rank holders in JEE Main 2017. A total of 932 boys feature among the top 100 rank holders. These data was released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

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Among the top 5000 rank holders, 90.7% were boys while 9.3% were girls. As more than 2.21 lakh candidates qualified for appearing JEE Advanced 2017, nearly 1.75 lalkh were boys while more than 46,000 candidates were girls. The name of the toppers among boys were: Rank – 1 Kalpit Veerwal ( Score 360); Rank -2 Vasu Jain – Score (350); and Rank -3  Ananye Agarwal (Score 350).

In the top 100 rank holders in the JEE Main 2017, only two were girls. Name of Toppers (Girls Category) were as followed:  Rank -1 Vrunda Nandkumar Rathi  (Score 321 Overall rank 71); Rank – 2 Poorva Garg (Score 319 Overall rank 96); Rank -3 Narayana Jeevana Reddy (Score – 318 Overall rank 102).

In the terms of number of candidates appeared the test, nearly 9.56 lakh candidates appeared for the offline exam and among them 6.92 lakh were boys and 2.64 lakh were girls. Of the 1.65 lakh candidates who appeared for the online exam, 1.25 lakh were boys and 40,385 were girls.

The CBSE conducted JEE Main 2017 test on 02 April 2017 (Offline) in 113 cities in India.

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