Hyderabad: Senior officials at IIT Mains of the State have advised EJ candidates to practice “exam management” and read NCERT manuals carefully in order to pass one of the toughest exams most difficult in the country.
Aniket Chattopadhyay, a student at Narayana Junior College, Mehdipatnam, who scored a 100 percentile in exams, said that in addition to studying the prescribed curriculum, he received training in “exam management”. “I am intrigued by advances in artificial intelligence and robotics and want to pursue a career in the same fields,” he added.
Aniket also did exceptionally well in his Inter exams, scoring 99%. He attributed his success to the academic and psychological support he received from his parents, teachers and the staff of the Narayana Institute, where he enrolled. He suggested JEE aspirants read the NCERT manual carefully to prepare.
Rupesh Biyani, another topper from Narayana Junior College, Nalgonda, said he is following in the footsteps of his older brother who is currently studying at IIT Jodhpur. He wants to become a software engineer and credits his success to hard work and seriousness. He scored an outstanding 984 points out of 1,000 in his board exams. Rupesh said he would just need a 10-minute break to relax before resuming his studies. Both Aniket and Rupesh want to attend IIT Bombay rather than other IITs.
Dheeraj Kurukunda attributed his success to his preparation strategy and tutors who helped achieve a 100 percentile. exam. When not studying, Dheeraj enjoys playing table tennis and carroms.
Interestingly, Dheeraj says the pandemic actually helped his preparation as it cut down on the commute time to and from campus, which he used to study more. As for his favorite institute, he says he wants to appear for the session and see where he stands nationally, before taking a call.