The results of the JEE Advanced exam were announced on Monday. Alok Kumar of Kushinagar, who was dreaming of studying in IIT, passed the examination without giving any coaching. Read the story of such promising here:
Alok Kumar: 6282nd rank
Talent is not a requirement of any coaching. The journey to IIT can also be done without coaching. This has been proved by Alok Kumar, the promising son of Sanjay Kumar Mishra, farmer of Kushinagar. Alok made preparations by staying in a rented house in Lucknow with sister Aishwarya Mishra and brother Atul Kumar. Alok, a student of Avadh Collegiate, secured the 12th examination with 95 per cent marks. Alok says that he came to Lucknow in 2012. Enrolled in 6th class at Avadh Collegiate. Complete preparation by self study. During this time, a teacher helped him a lot. Alok got 98.42 percentile in JEE Main. Alok says that for preparing for JEE exam it is necessary to first understand its pattern. Your short notes should be prepared. Alok says that he wanted to do engineering with computer science. But it is difficult to find this subject at this rank. In such a situation, IIT Kanpur is his first preference.
JEE Advanced Topper: Farmer’s son Alok gets IIT ticket without coaching
Preparation started from ninth grade, not only social media but also away from phone
Shreyansh Singh 424
Shreyansh always dreamed of becoming an engineer from the country’s largest technical institute. He started preparing for JEE from class 9th. Shreyansh says his goal is to study computer science from IIT Delhi. For this, he kept distance from not only social media but also phone. Shreyansh, originally from Hardoi, wants to become an IAS to increase and improve facilities in rural areas. Shreyansh’s father Sudhir Kumar is a secretary in the sugarcane department and mother Shikha housewife.
Mother father, on the way to become a doctor, son engineer
Shashwat Gupta: 603
Shashwat’s father, Dr. Santosh Gupta, is a State TB Officer at Swasthya Bhavan and mother Dr. Kanchan Gupta is a Specialist in BMC Aliganj. The doctor’s son eternal took a journey to the IIT with his hard work. Eternal says about three years of hard work. Along with coaching, self-study was made his core mantra. Whatever was read in the class room, I came home and revised it. He says that he never studied forcefully. Created our own time table.
Practice NCERT, mock test is very important
Amritesh Sharma 738 rank
Amritesh wants to study computer science from IIT. Father Shivesh Sharma is a bank manager and mother Poonam Sharma is a homemaker. Amritesh says efforts will be made to enter IIT Hyderabad and BHU. Giving preference to them. While stating the mantra of success, Amritesh says that NCERT needs to be focused while preparing for studies. Practice is extremely important. In the final stage of preparation, practice maximum mock paper.