Mridul Agarwal, a top student in Delhi Zone, plans to pursue a B.Tech in Computer Science at IIT Bombay.
The top three rank holders of IIT Entrance Exam JEE-Advanced want to go to Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay to follow their preferred engineering streams. The results of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) -Advanced were announced on Friday.
Mridul Agarwal from Delhi Zone, who has achieved the top spot, wants to do a B.Tech in Computer Science at IIT Bombay. Agarwal, a resident of Rajasthan, said, “I am planning to do a B Tech from the Computer Science Department at IIT Bombay. In the future, I would like to go to one of the best universities in the world like MIT.”
He scored 348 out of 360, the highest percentile in JEE-Advanced. Agarwal also scored 100 per cent in the JEE-Men exam and shared the top spot with 17 others. He is also the first to top both JEE-Main and JEE-Advanced. Dwarka resident Dhananjay Raman, who finished second in the exam, also aims to study at IIT, Bombay.
“It is important to go through someone’s notes and one should maintain a proper schedule and correct things as much as possible,” he added, “I want to study at IIT Bombay”.
In 10th grade, Raman passed the National Talent Search test and topped the Astronomy Olympiad. Raman also passed the Adolescent Scientist Protsahan Yojana exam in Class XI. Ananta Lunia, a resident of Basant Kunj, came third in the test.
“The way I studied during the COVID-19 epidemic didn’t change much. I got more time during the epidemic because there was no school. At this point, I focused on the things that were weak. Granted, I’ve analyzed and improved on the stupid mistakes I often make, “he added.
Lunia said that her first choice was IIT Bombay and then IIT Delhi. This year, IIT conducted the Kharagpur Examination, which is an aptitude test for admission to prestigious IITs. JEE-Mains is conducted for admission in engineering colleges across the country, it is considered as an aptitude test for JEE-Advanced.