Harsh Kumar, a resident of Dwarka in Delhi, has told his mantra of victory to keep working hard. He says that the work which has been started should not be left in the middle. Don’t stop till you reach your destination.
Harsh Kumar has secured 21st rank in JEE Advanced exam at All India level and 1st in Delhi. He has completed his 12th from St. Gregorian’s School in Dwarka. He has secured 98.8 per cent marks. Harsh’s father Pramod works on a sea cruise and mother Mamta is a housewife. Harsh told that he had covered the entire syllabus in September last year while coaching at FIITJEE. Since then he was doing revision. Harsh studies for about 10 hours every day. He told that he wants to study computer science in IIT Mumbai and study in the field of computer engineering.
Anilesh Bansal of Faridabad, studying for five to six hours a day, has secured 31st rank across the country in JEE Advanced examination. He has secured 263 marks out of 360. Anilesh Bansal said that I started preparing for JEE while studying in class 11. This is a big exam, so focus, hard work and continuous study is very important in studies. I used to study for 5 to 6 hours everyday for this. It is better to study with interest than to study under pressure.
Anilesh also paid full attention to the preparation of board exams along with JEE. Anilesh, a student of DPS Sector 9, Faridabad, has secured 97 marks in class 12th. Anilesh said that now I want to do computer science engineering from IIT Delhi.
At the same time, Sanskar Shaurya, a student of FIITJEE Punjabi Bagh Kendra, has secured 35th rank in the country in JEE Advanced 2022 results.