Odisha boy Sourabh Soumyakanta Das, who scored 100 percentage points and emerged as head of state in the JEE (Main) exam, the results of which were announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on Friday evening, has advised all prospective JEE candidates to Get some basic training to get concepts clear and practice the questionnaires from previous years as much as possible for success.
Das, son of an East Coast Railway official in Bhubaneswar, scored 99.992 percent in the JEE (Main) 2020. He was also the head of state on the JEE Main exam in January 2020.
Stitiprajna Sahoo is the JEE Main State Topper in the Women category. It reached 99.98 percent.
“In addition to what I have learned for my curriculum, I studied 3-4 hours separately for JEE main. It doesn’t matter how many hours we study. But what counts is learning with the utmost concentration. We all have to clarify our doubts in the schools or coaching centers and also solve the questionnaires from previous years as much as possible. Since speed and accuracy are the essence of the exam, I have practiced a lot so that I can write the answers in the allotted time, ”said Das, who scored 97.4 percent in the CBSE Class 12 exam this year
The topper wants to continue his B Tech in Computer Science at IIT Mumbai. “If I get a good rank in JEE Advanced, I will choose IIT Bombay,” he said.
JEE Advanced, the final stage of admission to IITs, will take place on September 27th. Only the best 2.5 lakh ranks in JEE Main can apply for JEE Advanced. The registration process for JEE Advanced begins today at jeeadv.ac.in.