JEE Advanced Result 2022: IIT Bombay has released the result of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2022 on Sunday. The bright names of the district have brightened a lot in the examination. In the examination, Anilesh Bansal, a student of DPS Sector-19, has got 31st rank in the district. The school claims that the student has topped the district. On the other hand, Arnav, a student of MVN School located in Aravali, has secured 37th rank in All India. From DPS itself, Satyankar Chander has made his name bright by getting 41st rank. Apart from this, meritorious students from many private schools of the district have been successful in the examination by bringing excellent ranks.
It is important to have confidence and choose favorite subject: Anilesh
For success in any exam, it is necessary to first have confidence and secondly choose the subjects of your choice. Anilesh Bansal, who secured 31st rank in JEE exam, has to say this. Anilesh, a student of DPS Sector-19, has achieved this success in the very first attempt and has got 263 marks out of 360. Anilesh told that from class 11th he had started preparing for JEE. He studied for six hours every day except school for the exam. Lets say that C has always been a favorite subject of Mathematics. That’s why everyone in the family is a doctor but he has to make a career in engineering. Sector-30 resident’s father Deepak Bansal and mother Anupam Gupta are both doctors. At the same time, the elder sister is also studying medicine in Delhi itself. Anilesh kept his distance from social media while preparing for the exam. However, the conversation with friends on WhatsApp continued.
Succeeded in first attempt before self study: Arnav
Self study is the key to preparation. If you want, you can also take the help of crash courses or coaching. But you have to take the time to study yourself. This is to say of Arnav, a student of MVN School located in Aravalli Hills, who secured 37th rank in All India. He got success in the first attempt. Arnav further wants to do computer engineering from IIT Bombay. Arnav says that he started preparing for JEE from class 9 itself. This year, I have got 96 percent marks in the 12th board exam. He told that father Sachin Garg, mother Priya Garg as well as school principal Neeta Arora gave a lot of support in studying and studying for six hours every day. Green field resident Arnav’s father is an engineer and mother is a teacher. show that
Maintained distance from mobile during exam preparation.
Never be afraid of hard work: Satyankar
Hard work is the key to success. Whatever goal you set, keep working with confidence to achieve it. This is to say that Satyankar Chandra of the district who got the 41st rank in All India in JEE. Satyankar says that he was preparing for the exam for two years. For this, regularly studied for six to seven hours. Satyankar’s father Sunil Chandra, a resident of Sector-88, is a civil engineer in NHPC, while mother Payal is a housewife. Satyankar had secured 97 per cent marks in the DPS Sector-19 to 12th board examination. He told that his father is his inspiration and in the fourth grade itself, he had decided to become an engineer in the future.
MVN students get success in JEE
Many students of MVN Sector-17 have been successful in JEE examination by securing excellent ranks. Tatsam Ranjan Sharma, a student from the school has secured 3rd All India 395th rank. While Ayush Sharma got 816th rank, Daksh Dua got 1034th rank, Siddhant R Nair got 1429th and Prakhar Agarwal got 1800th rank. MVN Society Managing Director Kanta Sharma and President Varun Sharma congratulated the students. Along with these, Divyansh Gaurav, Adit Chugh, Antriksh Semwal, Nischay Arora and Advance Kaushik have also succeeded in the examination. Principal Neeta Arora, Vice Principal Mona Dua, etc. also congratulated the students.