Patna/Kanpur: With dreams in their eyes and passion in attitude, nothing seems impossible! These words resounded with the cheers of the successful students who made it big in the IIT JEE 2011 results, which were declared on Wednesday. The aspirants with tears in theie eyes thanked their parents and expressed gratitude to their teachers.

Setting a precedent boys and girls from socially and economically marginalised families passed the highly competitive and prestigious Indian Institute of Technology-Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE) in flying colours.

The list of 13,602 IIT toppers include several poor children including those of truck drivers, milk vendor, mechanic and rickshaw pullers standing tall with the children of those belonging to the better-off section of the society. Rather than cribbing about their financial constraints and insufficient facilities, these students utilised their talents to make their family proud.

In Bihar, students from humble background cracked the IIT-JEE barrier under the expert guidance of Anand Kumar’s Super 30.

Dharmpal Yadav, son of a truck driver who lives in a village in Rasalpur, Vaishali district in Bihar, thanked Bihar's Super 30 for cracking IIT-JEE. Another boy Jatinder Singh, whose father sells ‘chholey kulchey’ in Sangrur’s Majha village secured 676th spot. Priyanka Sharma, who hails from Ludhiana, has a mobile phone repair shop. Abhishek Ujjawal’s father runs a dairy booth in Patna.

Congratulating the students, Anand Kumar who runs five branches of Super 30, claimed that 34 out of 91 students from his coaching centres have been successful in IIT-JEE examinations.

The IIT toppers’ list include, IT-Madras zone aspirant Immadi Purudhavi Tej (6076440), who topped the prestigious examination followed by Shubham Mehta of IIT-Bombay zone who got the second rank. Shyamak Reddy and Burle Sai Kiran from Madras zone grabbed the third and fourth ranks respectively whereas Nishith Lohati from Bombay zone got the fifth rank. Kunal Chawla from Roorkee Zone secured the sixth place whereas Divyansh Sharma from Ghaziabad Delhi Zone stood at seventh place. Madras Zone Janga Reddy got the eighth position and Varun (OBC category first) won the ninth place. Tenth place went to Bombay’s Tanmay Ranthore.

Girls did not stay behind as Sumedha Garg from Roorkee zone topped among girls with an all-India ranking of 12. Out of 8647 girls appearing for the prestigious examinations, 1491 came out successful. A total of 13,602 candidates were declared successful for the year 2011.