Jaipur boy Aman Bansal has topped the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) 2016 (Advanced) for the Indian Institutes of Technologies (IITs). The results were declared on Sunday morning.Bhavesh Dhingra from Yamuna Nagar, Kunal Goyal from Jaipur have bagged the second and third positions, respectively. All three toppers took coaching from the Kota-based Allen Career Institute.Riya Singh, with an all-India rank of 133, was the topper among girls. She appeared for the exam from Kota. Maharashtra topper Preey Shah bagged the 16th rank. Dimple Kochar was the topper among girls from the state, with rank number 295.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In all, 36,566 of the 1.47 lakh aspirants, who appeared for the test held on May 22, qualified. Of these, 4,570 are girls.Duggani Jeevithiesh from Vijayawada topped the candidates from the OBC category, and Chinmay Awale from Navi Mumbai topped in the SC category. Chaithanya Naik from Punganur was the topper in the ST category and Hari Prasad K from Guntur topped the physically disabled category.From the IIT Bombay zone, 8,810 students qualified, the highest among the seven zones, followed by 6,702 from IIT-Madras zone and 5,941 from the IIT-Delhi zone. This year, with the addition of four new IITs, the total number of seats has gone up to 10,575 from last year’s 10,006.Several students were unable to check their results as the JEE website crashed in the afternoon after running very slow since morning.

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Jaipur boy tops IIT JEE Advanced 2016