The Mahatma Gandhi University here on Tuesday published the results of the final year B. Tech. examinations conducted in May 2011.
Of the 8,215 who had appeared for the examinations, 3,799 have cleared the examinations. The pass percentage stood at 46.24 per cent, marginally lower than that of the previous year's 47.64 per cent. Girls have bagged as many as 19 of the 33 top ranks of the various streams.
The rank-holders of various streams are as follows:
In the Civil Engineering stream the top three ranks went to Divya Sasi (7,491 marks out of 8,700), Minnu Tomichan (7,444/8,700) and Roshini Thomson (7,443/8,700) respectively, all from the Mar Athanasius College of Engineering, Kothamangalam.
In Mechanical Engineering, Jijo Johnson (7692 marks) of Sree Narayana Gurukulam College of Engineering, Kadayiruppu, secured the first rank, Achuthan Haridas (7488 marks) of SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Karukutty, secured the second rank and Afsal A. Kareem (7393 marks) of Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, Kanjirappally, came third.
In Electrical and Electronics, Aswathi V. (7744) of Mar Athanasius College of Engineering secured the first rank. Chandrasekhar A. (7556) and Thomas P. Rajan (7546), from the same college secured the second and third ranks respectively.
In Electronics and Communication, Roshini Oommen (7796) of Saintgits College of Engineering, Pathamuttam, came first. Prince Thomas (7611) of Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology, Kakkanad, came second and Jilt Sebastian (7581) of Amal Jyothi College of Engineering came third.
Meera Lakshmi R. (7521) and Nicky Lizbat Lawrence (7484), both from the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Pampady, came first and second in Computer Science and Engineering. Anu Susan Baby (7399) of Viswajyothi College of Engineering and Technology, Vazhakulam, secured the third rank.
In Information Technology, Soumya Joseph (7442) of Viswajyothi College of Engineering secured the first rank, Divya S. Nair (7326) of Adi Sankara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Kalady, came second; and Gokul Menon (7301) of Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology came third.
All three ranks in the Applied Electronics and Instrumentation stream went to Rajagiri School of Engineering . The first rank was secured by Rakesh R. Pai (7438); Keerthi Chacko (7347) secured the second rank while Nighila V. Paul (7168) came third.
In the Automobile Engineering stream, the first three ranks were secured by Ramanujan P.S. (7346), Hemanth Sivan (7072) and Roy Thomas (6561) respectively. All three belong to the SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Karukutty.
Vrinda N. Menon (7290), Newin Jolly (7169), and Marymol Paul (6919) secured first, second and third ranks in the Instrumentation and Control Engineering stream; all three from the SNM Institute of Management and Technology, Maliankara.
In the Polymer Engineering stream, Sruthi Gopal (7074), Karthika S. (6919), and Sisira Sukumaran C.P. (6707), all from the University College of Engineering, Thodupuzha, secured the top three ranks.
In the Electronics and Instrumentation, Remitha R. Kammath (7219), Vishal V. Pillai (7084), and Neethu M. Nair (7000), all from the Federal Institute of Science and Technology, Angamaly secured the top three ranks.