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Kalpit of Resonance coaching creates history by scoring full marks in JEE Main 2017

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Resonance, the most trusted coaching institute of Kota, maintained its winning streak in the JEE Mains 2017 results declared last Thursday, 27 April, 2017. Many students from the institute cleared the first of the two-phase hurdle on their way to securing admissions to the various centrally-funded technical education institutions in the country. Kalpit Virval, a student of Regular Classroom Program created history by securing full marks in JEE (Main).

Kalpit has scored 360 on 360 and surpassed the highest record of 355 marks. Kalpit took admission in Resonance in Class VIII in the Udaipur Study Centre. Another student of the Kota Study Centre, Vishwajeet Agarwal clinched AIR 5 by securing 345 marks.

So far total of 11489 students from have qualified for JEE (Advanced). Resonance has achieved one more milestone and continued its legacy by the giving highest number of selection in its Fifth consecutive year from any single institute of Kota. 8,531 students are from its Regular Classroom Program and 2,958 from Distant Learning (DLPD and eLPD). The highest number of selection which counts to 5744 are from Kota Study Centre.

As per the MD of Resonance, RK Verma, 2 Resonance students have bagged ranks in the top 10, which also includes the All India Topper – Kalpit while 15 students are positioned in the top 100. The top 100 rank holders include 10 from Regular Classroom Program and 5 from Distance Learning Program. There are 40 students of Resonance who have scored more than 300 marks in JEE (Main). Out of these students, 25 are from Regular Classroom Program and 15 from Distance Learning Program.

Here are the All India ranks (AIR) of some of the Resonance students:

  • Deepank Agarwal: AIR 15
  • Aman Kansal: AIR 21
  • Aniket Gupta: AIR 27
  • Devansh Garg: AIR 33
  • Ritesh Kumar: AIR 42
  • PragyaRastogi: AIR 44
  • DevanshShringi: AIR 52
  • Hinad Hemant: AIR 54
  • Sameer Vivek Pandey: AIR 73
  • Shivam Goyal: AIR 82
  • Sumant Hegde: AIR 93
  • Saahil Singh: AIR 94

Students of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) Bundi also performed very well under the able guidance of faculty members of Resonance. All the 50 students from JNV Bundi qualified for JEE (Advanced); out of which 2 students bagged position in top 1000.

Only the top 2 lakh candidates (including all categories) who qualify in the Paper 1 of JEE Main 2017 are eligible to appear for JEE Advanced 2017 examination. An applicant appearing for JEE Advanced 2017 has to score minimum 75% marks (for Gen/OBC) & 65% marks (SC/ST/PwD) in 12th or equivalent class. Or, must be within the category-wise top 20 percentile of successful candidates in their respective Class XII (or equivalent) board examination. The score of JEE (Main) will be important for students to get admission in 31 NITs, 20 IIIT and other government funded colleges.

JEE (Advanced) 2017 will be held on 21 May, 2017 in two phases. The forms will be available from 28 April to 2 May and the Admit Card can be downloaded from 10 May to 21 May. Also read: JEE Advanced 2017 application process & fee details