B. Tech. Results 2020 - Top ten Rank Holders
A total of 1,83,059 candidates from 28 states, 8 union territories and twelve countries (Middle East, Indonesia, Nepal, Nigeria, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, UK and Singapore), have applied for VIT B.Tech. Admissions 2020.
VIT Chancellor, Dr. G. Viswanathan, said that admissions would be only on merit, based on the normalised PCM/ PCB marks, JEE/ SAT scores obtained by the candidates while declaring the ranks on 5th of August. These ranks are for admission to the 36 B.Tech. and B.Des. Programmes offered by VIT at its Vellore, Chennai, AP and Bhopal campuses.
The top ten rank holders are: 1st Rank: Chagari Koushal Kumar Reddy (Sri Chaitanya Junior Kalasala, Telangana); 2nd Rank: Goutham Jyothilal (Kuriakose Elias English Medium School, Kerala); 3rd Rank: Rishit Tyagi (Primus Public School, Karnataka); 4th Rank: Sai Viswanath Chowdary Devalla (Sasi New Gen College, Andhra Pradesh); 5th Rank: Rahul George (Bishop Cotton Boys School, Karnataka); 6th Rank: Thrinesh Reddy D (Narayana Junior College, Telangana); 7th Rank: Neeraj Gunda (Sri Chaitanya Junior College, Telangana); 8th Rank: Ankit Guha (Prafulla Nagar Vidyamandir, West Bengal); 9th Rank: Udit Mimani (Shri Bhartiya Adrash Vidhya Peeth SSS, Rajasthan) 10th Rank: Sourit Saha (Nabadwip Bakultala High School, West Bengal).
Candidates can view their results through https://vit.ac.in and register for the online counselling process which will begin on 10th August, 2020. Rank based counselling would be held in four phases. Under the G V School Development Programme (GVSDP), Central and State board exam toppers would be given 100 percent fee waiver for all the four years. Candidates with ranks up to 50 would be given 75 percent tuition fee waiver, those with ranks 51 to 100 would get 50 percent tuition fee waiver and candidates in ranks 101 to 1,000 would be given 25 percent tuition fee waiver.
The district toppers (one boy and one girl) in all the districts of Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh who are studying in Govt. Schools in rural areas will be given 100 percent fee waiver and exemption from hostel and mess fees under the STARS (Support The Advancement of Rural Students) scheme.
Admission for other 3-year Undergraduate and 5-year Integrated programmes is also open and students can visit VIT’s website for more information.