Prem Anand emerged as topper in the IIT Guwahati Zone, securing 260 out of 360, an IIT-G press release said.
The Joint Implementation Committee of JEE (Advanced)-2014 has decided to allow twice the number in each category to fill choices for various under-graduate courses in IITs and ISM. The choice-filling portal will be operative till June 24.
In the results of JEE (Advanced) 2013 for admissions in the 16 IITs, and ISM Dhanbad, Prince Vibek Baruah of Assam emerged as the topper in the Guwahati Zone with an all-India rank of 37. He scored 291 marks. Aditya Swarop and Nishant Gaurav occupied the second and third positions respectively.
In the Guwahati Zone, 9,649 candidates appeared in the examination and 1,113 candidates (1,027 boys and 86 girls) qualified in JEE (Advanced).
The break-up of successful candidates who qualified in the JEE (Advanced) is – 110 from Assam, 41 from other north-eastern States except Assam, 927 from Bihar, and 35 from Siliguri.
After qualifying the JEE (Main)-2013, 1,26,687 candidates registered for JEE (Advanced) and 1,15,971 candidates appeared. A total number of 21,110 candidates obtained the minimum required marks and qualified. A total of 14,336 candidates have been called for online counselling to seek admission for 9,885 seats, the release added.