Who was the topper of IIT-JEE in 2012?
Who was the topper of IIT-JEE in 2012?
The results for IIT-JEE, the joint entrance examination for the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, were declared on Friday with Arpit Agarwal from Delhi topping the test.
How many hours did Pranav Goyal study?
Pranav: I started preparing for JEE Main 2018 when I was in class XI. I used to study for eleven hours in a day. First one and half year, I just focussed on JEE Advanced and it was in the last one and half month that I prepared for JEE Main. Once my board exams got over, I just focussed on JEE Main.
What are past IIT toppers doing now?
Aman Bansal (AIR-1, 2016) He has completed his B. Tech from IIT Bombay in Computer Science. Currently, he is pursuing a Masters in Computer Science from Stanford University.
Who is the best IIT topper?
To motivate yourself further go through the following list of JEE toppers from the last 13 years.
- 2020 – Chirag Falor.
- 2019 – Kartikey Gupta.
- 2018 – Pranav Goyal.
- 2017 – Sarvesh Mehtani.
- 2016 – Aman Bansal.
- 2015 – Satvat Jagwani.
- 2014 – Chitraang Murdia.
- 2013 – Pallerla Sai Sandeep Reddy.
What is Arpit Agarwal doing?
Arpit Agrawal – IIT JEE AIR (2012) Arpit takes a keen interest in writing and regularly blogs at Dil aur Dilli. He completed his internships at Tower Research Capital and Deutsche Bank in 2014 and 2015 respectively. Ultimately, he was picked up by Tower Research Capital, where he now works as a Strategist.
What is Nitin Jain doing?
Nitin is studying Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi.
Where did Chirag Falor took coaching?
Arnold’s Central School, Pune. While in class IX, he signed up for supplementary coaching at Akash Institute, Pune to start preparing for IIT-JEE (Mains) four years later.
Where is Chirag Falor studying now?
JEE Advanced topper Chirag Falor has decided to study at United States’ Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) despite also getting selected in IITs. Falor had secured admission in MIT in March and was studying online from India due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Where is Nitin Jain IIT topper?
Nitin Jain of Faridabad had emerged as the topper in both AIEEE (now JEE-Main) and IIT-JEE (now JEE-Advanced) in 2009. He went on to study BTech Computer Science at IIT-Delhi (2009-13). He was a gold medalist at 2010 International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics.
Where is Shitikanth now?
Shitikanth studied computer science at IIT-Kanpur. In July 2008, he also won the gold medal at the 39th International Physics Olympiad, but he was already famous after his IIT-JEE exploits. Kashyap is now at Canada’s University of Waterloo, where he is completing a PhD in quantum computing.
Did Chirag Falor clear Ntse?
I qualified NTSE stage I by less than 0.3 marks iirc. The good things that happened with me were, I qualified the scholarship exams (like ANTHE) of the 4 major institutes with some awesome ranks (2, 10, 11 all over India and 1st in Pune) and good prizes.
How much hours did Chirag Falor study?
“I followed a rigorous schedule of 6-12 hours simultaneously preparing for national/international Olympiads and IIT-JEE.
Who is Chitraang Murdia?
JEE Advanced 2014 topper, Chitraang Murdia quit his B. Tech programme at IIT Bombay and went on to pursue Physics at MIT( Massachusetts Institute of Technology), US. According to Murdia, computer science interests him but his passion lies in physics and pure sciences.
Was Chirag Falor a Aakash student?
Aakash Institute Classroom student, Chirag Falor, the national leader in test preparatory services, has done the Nation and the Institute proud by securing AIR 01 in JEE Advanced examination 2020. The results were announced by Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi) today. Chirag has scored 352 out of 396.
Who is Kanishka Mittal?
Kanishka Mittal from Muradabad, Uttar Pradesh has topped the IIT entrance exam – JEE Advanced 2020 in the female category. She has got an all India rank 17 with 315 marks out of 396. Out of 43,204 students who managed to clear the exam this year, 6,707 are females.
Do IIT toppers go to school?
Nobody in Kota, goes to school on all days. We go there for the exams and for the practicals (to meet the attendance requirements). Basically we enrol for a two-year class room contact programme. The preparation strategy is guided by my teachers.
Did Chirag Falor take coaching?
While in class IX, he signed up for supplementary coaching at Akash Institute, Pune to start preparing for IIT-JEE (Mains) four years later. To study in right earnest, in 2018 Chirag moved to Delhi to do his Plus Two and prepare for IIT-JEE at Akash Institute’s renowned Pusa Road centre.
What is the percentage of Chirag Falor?
98.4 per cent marks
Chirag has a bright future ahead and I wish him success.” Falor had secured 98.4 per cent marks in the CBSE Class 12 Board exams. He also has a younger sister who is in class 7 currently.