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ALLEN’s 11 Classroom Students are State Toppers in JEE Main 2022

3 ALLEN students in the top 100 percentile in JEE Main 2022 results

In the JEE Main 2022 Session 1 (June-2022) results, 11 classroom students of Allen Career Institute Private Limited are State Toppers. The National Testing Agency (NTA) released the result of JEE-Main June 2022 on Monday.Allen Scholarship Admission Test (ASAT)

3 Students of the ALLEN Classroom course scores 100 percentile

ALLEN - JEE Main 2022 11 Classroom ToppersOnce again the students of ALLEN Career Institute have proved their excellence in the JEE Main results. According to the Director of ALLEN Career Institute Private Limited, Brajesh Maheshwari, a total of 11 students of the ALLEN classroom program are state toppers of whom 3 are in the top-100 percentile. Sneha Pareek, a student of the institute has created a record by achieving a perfect score.  Sneha has scored 300 out of 300 with 100 percentile and topped Assam State.  Sneha has been a classroom student at ALLEN Career Institute for the last two years.  Along with this, Navya, a classroom student of Allen, has topped the Rajasthan state by scoring 100 percentile.  Similarly, Kushagra Srivastava has scored 100 percentile and topped Jharkhand.

11 ALLENites are State Toppers

Apart from Sneha, Navya, and Kushagra, who are state toppers of Assam, Rajasthan, and Jharkhand respectively, there are 8 more state toppers from ALLEN who include Divyanshu Malu from Odisha, Samyak Jain from Madhya Pradesh, Advai Krishna from Maharashtra,  Mahit Gandhiwala from Gujarat, Abhinav Rajesh Shripad from Chhattisgarh, Sarth Singla from Chandigarh, Aditya Ajay from Bihar, and SP Siddharth fro Puducherry.
Along with this, Jahanvi Roy, a classroom student of ALLEN is the girl topper from Maharashtra.

About JEE Main 2022 Session 1 (June 2022)

Dr. Maheshwari informed that the first attempt of JEE-Main was completed in 14 shifts from 23 to 29 June in which BE-BTech aspirants appeared in 12 shifts from 24 to 29 June.  This examination was conducted in 588 examination centers and 407 examination cities across the country and abroad.  This exam was conducted in 13 languages.  A total of 8 lakh 72 thousand 432 students were registered for the examination of which 7 lakh 69 thousand 589 students appeared in the examination.  Of the 7,59,589 students who appeared in the examination, 5 lakh 47 thousand 867 were boys and 2 lakh 21 thousand 719 were girls.  The next second attempt of JEE Main will be held from July 21 to 30.

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