IIT JEE 2011 Results declared – Hyderabad Boy tops

IIT JEE Results 2011 are out and is in front of all. IIT is the toughest engineering entrance competition of India and to be in IIT is a dream of every student. This year around 4.85 lakh students gave this entrance examination.

The results are declared today i.e., on May 25, 2011 Wednesday.

There are just 7 Indian Institute of Technology colleges in India and aspirants numbers in lakhs.

List of IITs in India

These colleges are located in the following locations
1. Delhi
2. Kharagpur
3. Kanpur
4. Chennai
5. Mumbai
6. Guwahati
7. Roorkee

IIT JEE 2011 Topper

This time Prithvi Teja from Hyderabad has topped this examination. The second position is acquired by Shashank Jain from Delhi

How To see IIT JEE Results Online

You can check the online results at the official website.

The result is also displayed on the notice boards of all the institutions. The exams have been conducted by Kanpur branch.

There are total of 9600 seats and the admissions will be done in 2 rounds.

30 students were caught cheating at a Bathinda center and as such, their marks are not declared.

Many Coaching Centres are boasting of their excellent results in the Entrance Exams.

One of such coaching center in Bihar that provides free coaching to the poor students of the state is been able to successfully crack this tough competition when 24 out of total 30 students cleared this test.

Anand Kumar, the founder of this centre said that this is the first time after continuous 3 years, when its 6 students have failed to crack the Joint Entrance Examination. Previously, all 30 used to get selected.

The reason might be the changed syllabus this time.

He added that his batch contains the children of truck drivers, mechanics, hawkers, vegetable sellers and farmers etc.

He said that he feels very happy when these poor children becomes the future of the country and earns so much handsome money.

He added that the changed pattern of the exam this year could be a reason why his entire batch could not bag the coveted IIT seats.

This Bihar Super30 has received various awards and recognitions for providing free and high-quality education to the poor students.

The complete coaching, accommodations and food is provided free to them.

These children work very hard and study for around 16 hours a day for whole year.

Initially for getting into Super30, they had to pass a very tough exam.

The Time magazine listed it in ‘The Best of Asia 2010′.

Anand said that they get the income from Ramanujam School of Mathematics, which has rich families’ children.

Super 30 was started by Anand and Bihar’s Additional Director General of Police Abhyanand. Abhyanand resigned from it 3 years back. So, now Anand is the only head here.

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