Lucknow Many students in the city rejoiced when the results of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main were declared on Saturday. A city boy, Jaskaran Singh secured All India Rank (AIR) 611 with 99.954 percentile. Another Lucknow girl, Aryashi Tripathi secured AIR 1,072 with a score of 99.916 percentile, while Ishan Kumar secured AIR 1,493 with a score of 99.880 percentile.
“I am very happy with the score but this is just the first step. I still have to clear JEE Advanced which will be held in June. I have started preparing for it from today itself.” “Around 4-5 hours of continuous goal-based study, love for maths helped him score 99.954 percentile,” said his mother Gurveen, who is a homemaker. Jaskaran, a student of City Montessori School, Gomti Nagar Extension, studies Apart from this, he likes to play chess and listen to music in his spare time.
Similarly, Para resident Ishaan Kumar has started focusing on maths for the advanced exam. Talking about his future goals, Kumar said, “I want to do BE in CS from IIT. After this, I want to become a programmer in the gaming industry.” Ishan’s father Vijay Umar is a professor while his mother Vinita Sachan is a doctor.
Another IIT aspirant Videh Jha, who secured AIR 1,884 with 99.846 per cent, said, “There are no study hours as such. Set topics and complete them no matter how long it takes. Jha, a student of CMS Gomti Nagar Extension, feels that his strong subjects like Physics and Chemistry helped him score better. He likes to play table and lawn tennis in his spare time. His father works in Tata Motors, while his mother is a homemaker. Now, Videha is expecting more than 95% marks in her 12th board results which is yet to come.
CMS 27 students have earned laurels with 99 percentile
27 students of CMS scored more than 99 percentile while 125 students scored more than 90 percentile. Chief Public Relations Officer of the school Hariom Sharma said that this time a total of 245 students have qualified in the JEE Mains examination.
Sharma said, “Students who scored more than 99 percentile include Jaskaran Singh (99.95 percentile), Revan Channa (99.92 percentile), Aryashi Tripathi (99.91 percentile) and Ishan Kumar (99.88 percentile).”
Resonance students and teachers celebrate success, dance to the beat of drums
Students and faculty members of Resonance Coaching in Lucknow celebrated the success of 12 students who scored 99 per cent and above by dancing to the beats of dhol. Institute’s student Prajwal Yadav secured 99.94 marks. After them Priyanka Arora (99.73), Vinayak Tripathi (99.69), Amay Dixit (98.63), Amay Vikram Singh (99.50), Abhinandan Chandra (99.46), Sahas Sanghal (99.25), Rudraksh Shukla (99.23), Kushagra Srivastava (99.23) Are. 99.23), Ayushman Yadav (99.21), Mayank Mishra (99.02), and Abhay Kumar Srivastava (99.02).
Engineer with medical background!
The daughter of a doctor couple, many relatives assumed that Aryashi Tripathi would also choose the medical field. It certainly would have been a relatively easy choice given his medical family background. “But I chose engineering because I found medical boring as my parents are doctors,” said Aryashi, a student of CMS Gomti Nagar-1.
And much to her parents’ enthusiasm, the path less taken led her to the right path. He secured All India Rank 1,072 in JEE Main by scoring 99.954 percentile. “One should have a strong command over Physics and Chemistry. Accuracy is a necessity. Doing NCERT for Chemistry helped me to score good marks. Apart from this, there is a need to stay away from distractions like social media.
Her father Anand Tripathi is a general practitioner while mother Preeti Tripathi is a gynaecologist. Aaryashi loves calligraphy and is also into sports and has won several medals in swimming competitions in school. She scored 98.4% in her 10th board and is expecting good marks in 12th standard as well. “I would like to pursue space science in future. If I clear Advanced, I would like to take admission in IITs and other such top institutes.”