JEE Advanced 2020: studying for eight hours every day is away from mobile read the story of these toppers of JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced Result 2020: Results of JEE-Advanced Examination were declared on Monday, in which Chirag, a resident of Pune, topped. Kanishka Mittal topped the girls. Apart from these, there are many students who worked hard to give wings to their dreams. Some stayed away from mobile and some used to study hard for eight hours every day. Let’s know their story:

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Haryana’s Harshvardhan Agarwal ranked 9th, away from social media, no mobile phone
Sonipat, Sunil Rahar

Harshavardhan Aggarwal, 19 years old from Sonipat, Haryana has raised the value of the state by securing 9th rank in All India in the JEE Advanced Examination 2020. Harshvardhan’s 100 percentile came in the JEE Main in September. Harshvardhan Janakidas is a student of Kapoor Public School. Harshvardhan said that it was difficult to do this without hard work and family support. He said that I stayed away from social media and now I want to do engineering in computer science from IIT Bombay. Harshvardhan loves reading books, playing video games. He told that he wanted to become an engineer since childhood. Harshvardhan’s brother told that Harshvardhan is very hardworking. He has also won silver meds in Physics Olympiad and National Physics Olympiad and International Physics Olympiad 2019. Harshvardhan’s father Manveer Prasad says that my son has taken coaching from FIIT-JEE ‘. The son does not have a mobile phone, he uses my mobile phone to talk to the teachers.

Ujjwal Mehta used to study for eight hours every day

Jatindra Mahal, Jalandhar

Punjab’s 18-year-old Ujjwal Mehta has become the topper of the state by securing 68th rank in JEE Advanced 2020. Ujjwal’s father is a financial manager in a private company. Ujjwal is taking coaching from ninth class from the institute in Patiala. Ujjwal has studied class X from Premiap Public School, Samana, with 97.6 per cent marks. The twelfth is from Apollo Public School, Patiala.
Ujjwal said that this is a very important moment for my family and me. I have been working very hard for the last two years. I am very happy that I have topped the state. Now I want to take admission in Computer Science from Delhi IIT or IIT Mumbai. Ujjwal says that he studies 8 hours a day although he likes to watch movies. Despite this, they are not internet-savvy and stay away from social media. His mother told that I am proud of my son, he has worked hard all day.


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