As per the results, it is evident that boys have claimed all the top slots for engineering while girls have outperformed boys in medical. Among the toppers of enginnering stream were Nalla Pratyush from Vijayawada, Nagam Prasanth from Vizag and Chilamkurty Sasank from Vijayawada. All of them have secured top slots in engineering, by scoring 155 out of 159 marks. Among girls, M Himaja from Vijayawada have been the topper whi scored 158 out of 159 marks.
Among the other toppers in engineering stream, who scored high marks were Potnuru Avinash (154) and Cheekati Yeshwanth (154) and the next best marks of 153 were scored by Kode Harshavardhan, A. Surya Kiran, Addanki Raghavendra Kiran, M. Tarun Kumar Reddy, Potti Sai Chaitanya, and B. Sree Kalyani.
Similarly medicine top ranker were girls. M Himaja was followed by Nusum Uma Maheshwari and Nalluri Snehita with 157 marks, while Nitta Rhoda Faith scored 155 marks, Snigdha Kamini 155 marks, Gaddam Shiva Jaswanth, Rokkam Sunny Joel, Mohd. Salman , A.G.V. Naresh and Matlapudi Lakshmi Pravallika score 154 marks.
The most interesting and inspiring outcome of EAMCET results were that engineering topper Nagam Prasanth is the son of an illiterate mason in Visakhapatnam. He was further inspired by last year's Eamcet topper Md Gousejani, who's a son of an auto-rickshaw driver from Vizag. Prasanth have also scored 968 out of 1,000 in Intermediate exams this year. Similarly, M. Himaja, the topper in the medical stream with 158 out of 159 marks, is the daughter of Mr M.V. Satyanarayana Murthy, a telecom mechanic in BSNL.
But, most of the toppers from both engineering and medical would not be taking admissions in the state colleges as they have already cracked national level entrances including IIT-JEE, AIEEE, JIPMER and AIIMS. The web counselling process for EAMCET crackers will begin in July third week and engineering classes will begin from 2nd week of August, 2011.