The results of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE-2009) for admissions to undergraduate courses in the fifteen IITs, IT-BHU and ISMU Dhanbad have been declared. A total of 384977 candidates appeared in JEE-2009 which was conducted by seven of the IITs on April 12, 2009. Out of them 10035 candidates have been declared qualified to seek admission for 8295 seats in the IITs at Bhubaneswar, Bombay, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Mandi (H.P.), Patna, Punjab, Rajasthan and Roorkee, IT-BHU Varanasi and ISMU Dhanbad. The number of candidates who appeared in JEE-2009 is nearly 24% more than that in the previous year. Nitin Jain (Reg. No. 2076372) who appeared in JEE from IIT Delhi Zone topped this year's All India list of successful candidates. The result of all zones in terms of number of candidates appeared and qualified, and the name, registration no. and the AIR of zonal topper is given under.
Zone-wise : Numbers Qualified and Toppers
This year 98,028 girls attempted JEE and 1048 of them qualified. Kritika Singh (Reg. No. 4060357) who appeared in JEE in IIT Kanpur zone with an All India Rank (AIR) 56 topped the list of girl candidates. Also 7 candidates out of 176 candidates who wrote JEE examination from the only overseas centre Dubai have qualified.
All Institutes having admissions through JEE, admit OBC/SC/ST students with relaxed criteria. This year, out of 104045 OBC candidates who wrote JEE, 1930 have qualified. Similarly, out of 36117 SC candidates 967 have qualified, out of 12484 ST candidates 208 have qualified. Gopi Sivakanth (Regn. No. 6004088) with AIR 3 in the common merit list, Mukul Singh (Regn. No. 1128302), AIR 220 in the common merit list and Kirtesh Meena (1168033), AIR 281 in the common merit list are the toppers of the OBC, SC and ST candidates, respectively.
Candidates with physical disabilities (PD) will be granted admission through JEE-2009 with same relaxed norms as they are for SC/ST candidates. This year, 138 PD candidates have qualified under these norms.
Counselling for admissions will be made to all these candidates during 9th June to 16th June, 2009. Course allocations to the successful candidates will be declared on Wednesday, the 24th June, 2009.
All IITs, IT-BHU Varanasi and ISMU Dhanbad will also conduct a one-year Preparatory Course for SC/ST/PD students who do not make it to the common or reserved category merit lists. This year, 473 SC candidates, 641 ST candidates and 170 PD candidates have qualified for the Preparatory Course.
The result of JEE-2009 may be accessed from all IIT websites, and through Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) and Short Message Service (SMS) specially set up for this purpose. The zonal results are displayed in the respective IITs.
An extended merit list, category-wise, has also been drawn to facilitate admissions to other Govt. of India Institutions and the same has been displayed on websites. Students on this list may be counselled by the Indian Institute of Space-Science Technology (IIST), Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs), Rajeev Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT) and Indian Institute of Maritime Studies (formerly DG Shipping).
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