The admission process for the Indian Institute of Technology is underway for the academic session 2017.
The first allotment was result was declared by the Joint Sat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) on June 28, 2017.
JoSSA is an authority, which has been set up by Human Resource Development Ministry (MHRD), whose main purpose and function is to regulate the seat allocations for the 87 institutes for the session 2017-18.
After the release of the first list it was reported by the HT that first 100 rank holders have applied for the IIT Bombay as their top preference and they have been allotted the same by the authority.
What students have to say?
"I had mentioned Computer Science in IIT-B as my first preference and managed to get through. I couldn't be happier," said 17-year-old Rahul Bharadwaj, who got AIR 20 in JEE-Advanced 2017, according to HT.
The results for this years' JEE mains and JEE advanced exams were declared on April 27 and June 11 respectively.
For the first time, a 17 year old boy from Udaipur managed to score360 out of 360 marks in the JEE mains 2017 exam.
In JEE advanced, Sarvesh Mehtani from Chandigarh (Panchkula) obtained AIR 1, followed by the Pune's Akshat Chug and Delhi's Ananya Agarwal in second and third position respectively.