Jaipur: Jaipurite Aman Bansal secured first position in IIT JEE Advance examination 2016. He came first and Kunal Goyal third in the results which were declared yesterday.
Aman Bansal alleged that "I got support from everyone, I feel good. I have handled pressure, taking guidance from teachers to handle pressure."
When asked by Mr Bansal, he told the reporters that he has decided to study computer science from IIT Bombay and will be working in India.
Kunal Goyal never thought he will come third. He said, "I expected to be within top 100. I am learning for my knowledge, not for rank."
Over 1,55,948 candidates registered for the exam and 36,566 qualified, as per the official JEE website. Of these 31,996 are boys and 4,570 are girls.
The topper among the girls is Riya Singh from Kota who topped the examination by securing 133 rank.