IIT JEE 2012 Analysis: what toppers prefer
The final preparation for JEE Main 2013 is in full swing as the exam is just a week away. With last year’s IIT JEE taking a new form As JEE in 2013, the competition gets tougher for those who dream of getting into various IITs.
Even though all the IITs in India enjoy the status of premier institutions, the toppers prefer certain IITs over others.
An analysis was based on IIT JEE 2012 results found that there are clear preferences for the toppers in choosing IITs. The following aspects were analyzed:
Institute wise distribution of the top 1000 rank students
Distribution of as per gender of the candidates
Attempt distribution of selected candidates
State wise selection counts
The institute distribution explained the number of students who got into the major IITs in the country. According to the findings, 28.5% of the students got into IIT Bombay followed by 22.4% in IIT Delhi. The least was in IIT Guwahati (0.6%).
Institute distribution for top 1000 ranks
As per data 86.6% of selected candidates are males, only 13.4% are females. It further pointed out that 61.9% per cent of the candidates who came in the first 1000 rank are repeaters whereas only 38.1% freshers made it to the top 1000.
|Distribution (Boys Vs Girls)||Distribution (Freshers Vs Repeaters)|
In the centre wise selection count, it was found that 2336 students who appeared from Jaipur centre came in the first 1000 ranks. It was followed by Delhi (2153), Hyderabad (2065) and Mumbai (796). The centres from where the least number of students came in the first 1000 ranks are Akola (32), Ambala (33), Rajkot (38) and Aligarh (45).
In the state wise selection count Andhra Pradesh topped the chart with 3202 candidates came in the first 1000 ranks followed by Rajasthan with 2669 candidates and Uttar Pradesh with 2043 students.
Distribution State Wise
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