It has been proven again that getting a seat in any of 16 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad is not an easy task. When JEE Advanced results 2014 were declared, from around 1.26 lakh candidates registered for the JEE Advanced 2014 examination only a total of 27,151 candidates passed the examination. Which means approximately 21 percentage of the registered candidates got the minimum score that required qualifying. The overall performance of candidates are comparatively better from last year as there is an addition of more than 3500 candidates in the current results from 2013 JEE results.
Chitrang Murdia of Rajasthan topped the JEE Advanced 2014 exam by securing 334 marks from the 360 maximum marks, an increase from the JEE Advanced 2013 topper who had secured 332 marks. The results of the first round of seat allotment according to JEE Advanced 2014 ranks will be declared on July 1. 9,784 seats are available across the various Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and ISM Dhanbad.