The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) advanced results 2016 were declared on Sunday at 10 a.m. on the official website. Aman Bansal from Jaipur secured the highest scores in the JEE (Advanced) exams, according to reports.
The JEE (Advanced) results 2016 are available on jeeadv.ac.in. Students who appeared for the exams need to enter their roll number to check scores and the All India Ranks (AIR).
Among the toppers are Yamuna Nagar's Bhavesh Dhingra, who secured the second position, and Jaipur's Kunal Goyal, who ranked third, the Hindustan Times reported. Among the girl candidates, Riya Singh from Kota topped and secured the highest scores and with AIR 133.
IIT Guwahati jointly with the Joint Admission Board 2016 conducted the JEE (Advanced) examinations across India. The exams were conducted in two parts — Paper 1 and Paper 2.
More than 1,98,228 candidates who passed the JEE (Main) exams took the JEE (Advanced) tests, the Indian Express reported.
The JEE (Main) exams 2016 were conducted both online and offline in 132 cities across the country.