According to a press release issued by organising chairperson of IIT Guwahati, out of the total qualified candidates, 7509 are female and 36264 are male. Total number of qualified general candidates is 14006 and that of qualified general (economically weaker sections) candidates is 5438. 9212 OBC-NCL have qualified, as have 11021 SC candidates and 4096 ST candidates.
Dasari Saketh Naidu has topped in the OBC-NCL category; Yakkanti Pani Venkata and Maneendhar Reddy in GEN (EWS); Deshank Pratap Singh in SC and 1 Dheeravath Thanuj in ST category.
Dipen Sojitra has ranked first in CRL-PwD; Ashish Kumar first among GEN-EWS-PwD; Md. Sahil Akhtar in OBC-NCL-PwD; Shankit Kumar Das in SC-PwD and Priyanshu Kumar in ST-PwD.
IIT Hyderabad zone has the maximum number of candidates in the top 100 with 40; followed by IIT Bombay zone with 22. There are 20 candidates in the top 100 from the IIT Delhi zone; 10 from IIT Roorkee zone; 5 from IIT Kharagpur zone; 2 from IIT Kanpur zone and one from IIT Guwahati zone.
IIT Hyderabad zone has the maximum number of candidates in the top 500 with 121; followed by the IIT Delhi zone with 69 and the IIT Bombay zone with 59. IIT Hyderabad zone’s strong run continues with the maximum number of qualified candidates – 10432 – from there, followed by IIT Delhi zone with 9290 and IIT Bombay zone with 7957.