JEE Advanced Result 2017: Samosa seller's son overcomes hardship to make his family proud

IIT Madras declared the all India ranks and category wise rank details of the candidates on the official website on Sunday. As many as 1.7 lakh students have appeared for the exam

As the result of JEE-Advanced were declared on Sunday morning, many success stories are coming to light where students have faced many hardships yet manage to score really well in the exam and secured a place for themselves in the country’s premier engineering institutes. Two such students are Vabirisetti Mohan Abhyas and Gograj Khadda. Abhyas is a son of a samosa seller and Khadda’s father is a mechanic.

Abhyas who hails from Kukatpalli in Hyderabad had secured 6th All India Rank in the JEE Mains and has got 64 rank in the JEE (Advanced). He has scored 345 out of 360 marks in the JEE mains exam. As many as 12 lakh students had appeared in the JEE Mains Exam.

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On the other hand,  Gograj Khadda from Jaipur cracked one of the toughest exams and secured 5033 rank with his hard work. Interestingly, when he was in Class 10th he heard about the IITs for the first time. “I learned from people that IITs were very good colleges. Plus I had an interest in maths and science so I decided to prepare for their entrance test,” said Khadda.

Talking about his future plans, Khadda said he hasn’t thought much about it and right now he just want to pursue the engineering degree.

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Sarvesh Mehtani from Chandigarh has topped  in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced (2017), Second position is secured by Pune’s Akshat Chugh and Ananye Agarwal from Delhi was placed third. IIT Madras has declared the all India ranks and category wise rank details of the candidates on the official website.

(Source: Hindustan Times)


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