| Mumbai |
September 13, 2020 2:06:07 am
Seventeen-year-old Swayam Chube has barely allowed himself a break to have a good time his achievement in the JEE (Main), outcomes for which had been declared late Friday evening. With 296 marks, Chube is the one aspirant from Maharashtra to attain 100 percentile — 24 candidates throughout the nation have secured the proper rating in the JEE (Main) January and April/September-2020 examination.
A pupil of Mumbai’s Balmohan Vidyamandir, Chube has not even obtained the congratulatory calls which have poured in, selecting to stay targeted for the JEE (Advanced), scheduled for September 27. “We will celebrate together after September 27, as only two weeks are left for the crucial exam,” his father Shashank, a doctor, advised The Sunday Express.
The household had shifted from Dadar to Marol round two years in the past, to chop down Chube’s journey time to his lessons. “He stuck to NCERT books. In class X, he also took part in the Indian Maths Olympiad. The training in the camp helped him to a great extent,” Shashank added.
With 99.97 percentile, Nagpur resident Indrayani Tayade (17) topped amongst women in the state. A pupil of Yashoda Junior College, Tayade had additionally appeared in the examination in January to attain 99.87 percentile and the excellence of Vidarbha’s feminine topper.
“When the results were announced, we were overjoyed and Indrayani was exhilarated with her performance. Now, she is studying hard for the JEE (Advanced),” her mom Vaishali mentioned. Tayade scored 98 per cent in class X and has since appeared in a number of aggressive exams.
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