Education: Three hostellers from Andhra Pradesh among top scorers, aim to join same college and course

Inn life end up being a gift for the three young men of Sri Chaitanya school, Vijayawada who concentrated together and qualified the Joint Engineering Examination (JEE) Main April meeting. While S Harsha Varma and N Nikhil scored 99.99 percentile, DV Paneesh acquired 100 percentile checks and is among the state clinchers. Each of the three companions are planning to join IIT Bombay to seek after BTech in software engineering.

Conversing with, the threesome common that concentrating along with similar individuals in the lodging assisted them with scoring admirably in the selection test. They all followed a similar report plan and examined questions and issues after classes. The triplet credits their instructors and head for empowering them all through the planning.

Duggineni Venkata Paneesh had joined the school in class 11 and has been remaining in the inn for as far back as two years. His dad, D Ugandar Naidu is an Assistant Accounts Officer at APSPDCL Guntakal.

Paneesh read for around 12-13 hours every day and never felt compelled to score well. “I was sure about my readiness and endeavored to get an ideal score. Showing up for mock tests helped in accomplishing better exactness in the JEE primary test,” the clincher shared.

While, for S Harsha Varma it’s been a strangely steady excursion as he scored an accurate 99.99 percentile in the entirety of his three endeavors in the JEE Main 2021. Varma told that he will again be endeavoring the JEE Main meeting 4 test in August yet his attention is presently on JEE Advanced.

Varma hails from the Vijaywada locale itself and visits the school consistently for classes and invests a large portion of his energy in the school inn getting ready with his companions. His adoration for math enlivened him to plan for the JEE test. For understudies who are right now getting ready for JEE Mains 2021 meeting 4, Varma encourages paying more clarity of mind to the planning of JEE Advanced as the test is under two months away.

Nandigama Nikhil accepts that NCERTs are sufficient to break JEE Main in any case, alluding to earlier year question papers can generally help in getting ready for the test climate. Nikhil hails from the Kodad area of Telangana and has been getting ready for JEE throughout the previous two years.

Nikhil scored 971/1000 in his group 12 AP state board tests and is happy with his imprints. “Class 12 score doesn’t hold any weightage in the JEE consequently I wasn’t stressed over the undoing of board tests. Indeed, it got us the extra an ideal opportunity to plan well for the designing passageway test,” he said.

Discussing his JEE execution with, he said “My exhibition has certainly improved from the last two endeavors. I scored 99.92 percentile in February and 99.94 percentile in the March meeting. This time, I might have improved on the off chance that I had been more centered around the science segment.”

Nikhil will likewise be showing up in meeting 4 focusing on an ideal score like his companion Paneesh. He said that reading together for a similar test helped him in keeping up with consistency even on days when he didn’t feel much propelled. Since his test was on the last day of meeting 3, his companions directed him on the sort of inquiries being posed in the paper.

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