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ALLEN’s Parth and Bhaskar in Top 10

May 2, 2018 15:01 IST
    ALLEN Career Institute Topper
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    Kota. The result of JEE-Main, the country's most prestigious engineering entrance examination organized by CBSE, was released on Monday. All India rank was released along with the scores. Students of ALLEN Career Institute has once again made a mark in JEE Main-2018. ALLEN Career Institute has 2 students in Top 10.

    According to the Director Brajesh Maheshwari, the students of the ALLEN Career Institute have yet again proved their supremacy by securing top ranks in JEE Main 2018. ALLEN's classroom studentParthLaturia  has obtained 3rd rank at All-India level with 350 marks. Along with that, student Bhaskar Gupta scored 345 marks and secured 7th place at the National level. Along with this Navneel Singhal has secured AIR-11, Ayush Garg secured AIR-12, AIR-13 is bagged by Lay Jain, AIR-16 by Karan Agarwalla and AIR-19 by Yash Gupta. 24 students of Allen Career Institute are in Top 100.

    Sh. Maheshwari said that results are still being calculated and a large number of students will qualify for JEE-Advanced. For the top 2 Lakh 31 thousand and 24 students selected this year, the general category cut-offs are 74 marks, 45 marks for OBC, 29 for SC and 24 for ST, whereas the cut-offs for Physically handicapped students was just-35 mark.

    Sh. Maheshwari said the application process for JEE-advanced will start from 2nd of May. On the basis of score of JEE-Main examination, 2 lakh 24 thousand students will be declared qualified for JEE-Advanced examination. Through the country's largest engineering entrance examination JEE-Main, admission of 31 NITs, 21 IIIT and 20 GFTI, with about 26 thousand seats. On April 8, 10 lakh 43 thousand and 739 students gave the offline exam. Along with this, on April 15 and 16, more than one lakh students gave the exam in online mode. The offline exam was conducted in about 112 cities in India and abroad, whereas the online exam was conducted on April 15-16 in 258 cities in India and abroad.

    JEE-Advanced Examination

    The country's most prestigious engineering entrance examination; JEE-Advanced-2018 will be conducted by IIT Kanpur in online mode this year. The examination will be conducted online at 155 examination centres in the country on May 20. During the examination, each question will be in both English and Hindi mediums. Students will also be able to re-answer to the question saved accordingly. Students will be given a rough pad for the rough work, which the student will have to submit after completion of the exam. This year, students will be provided JEE-Advanced Question Paper and the recorded responses of the students on E-mail ID of students from May 25.

    Online process of registration will start on 2nd May

    Registration for JEE-advanced will begin on May 2. The fee for examination will be Rs. 2600 for general and OBC students, Rs. 1300 for SC-ST students and Rs. 1300 for all students. The examination fee will be accepted through debit card, credit card and SBI challan. During the registration of JEE-Advanced, students will first have to log in using JEE-Main roll number and password. The class X and XII mark sheet along with caste certificate need to be uploaded after scanning them. The JEE-Advanced examination will be conducted on May 20 in two slots from 9 to 12 and from 2 to 5 in 155 cities of the country. The online registration of JEE-Advanced will be available between May 2 to 7 and results will be announced on June 10. The result will be released on June 10.

    Kota is one such place where there is a passion for education

    Parth Laturia

    Score: 350 – AIR-3

    Father: Dr Satish Laturia

    Mother: Dr Seema Laturia

    Students in Kota are passionate about their studies and teachers teach with passion. This place is different from other cities. I got mentally stronger here. These are the words 350 marks, AIR-3, scorerof JEE MAIN-2018, ParthLaturia. Parth told that he studied in Nanded in Maharashtra till Tenth.

    Here, I usually talk to my friends about studies, and many types of questions are solved in simple discussions. I believe a regular study is the key to success. I used to regularly revise every subject after the daily class. Apart from the regular coaching, I used to devote 5-6 hours for studies. Every day I had some subject wise targets that I used to complete. My friend Akash's mother lived with us, which helped us. My mother also used to visit me from time to time. Now the preparation for JEE-advanced lies ahead.

    Has an Interest in Maths

    Despite both parents being doctors, Parth got his hands in engineering. On this, he told that I have an inclination towards Maths and likes solving questions. Because of this interest in Maths, my parents asked me to prepare for Engineering Entrance Examination. Physics seems a little tough, but I enjoy studying it.

    Taught values with education

    Mother Seema and father Satish told that the study environment in Kota is somewhat different. Here, the students are given basic human values along with their education. They learn to deal with challenging situations. Here, they are inspired to be good human being. Apart from this, students come from all over the country and there is a healthy competition and the talent of the student is recognized. Parth,said that since childhood, he is always serious about every kind of his work. Whatever is to be done, he tries to complete it with full concentration and perseverance. Regularly studying, never to miss a class, is in the habit of Parth.

    Re-Creation from TV and TT

    Apart from studies, I am interested in sports. After regularly studying for a few hours, I like to watch TV for a while, which usually include watching news and movies. I am also fond of playing TT. Earlier, I used to play cricket also. Besides this, I also do yoga.

    What lies ahead

    Parth said that I have not thought about future yet. I want to go in the research field. Apart from this, applied Maths is also an option. However, currently, my full focus is on JEE-Advanced. I want to do further studies in subjects related to mathematics or computers.

    Lay Jain

    Score: 340 – AIR-13

    Father: Anil Kumar Jain, Engineer in Railways

    Mother: Bhawna Jain, Housewife

    All India rank 13 with score 340 in JEE Main-2018. Allen Career Institute's classroom coaching student Lay Jain said that instead of chatting with friends, he used WhatsApp to ask his doubts from faculties and friends. He is having a Facebook account but he is not active on it for more than three months. In Kota, he only concentrated on studies.

    Kota provides such an opportunity, that the students here can compete not only with Indian students but also with foreign students.

    Father Anil Kumar Jain is an engineer in Shamgarh section of the Kota Railway Division and mother Bhawna Jain is a homemaker. Allen Career Institute's student Lay Jain has been studying in Kota for the past five years. His Mother, Bhawna Jain also lives here with him. Brother Abhiman Jain is doing engineering from IIT Dhanbad. This year Lay has given the 12th standard exam. He said that he used to study 9 to 10 hours a day.

    Selection in MIT

    Lay wants to do research with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He has been selected in MIT. At present, he is gone to Vietnam, to participate in the Asian Physics Olympiad (APHO). Prior to this, Lay has got a Gold medal in International Physics Olympiad and bronze medal in APHO. Chitrang Murdia, who has been an IIT topper, is his idol.

    Solving Physics equations is a hobby

    Lay said that after graduation, I want to go for research, his favourite is physics. During the six-hour self-study, he used to give maximum time to physics. Likes playing chess and badminton. For me, Physics Equations is a stress buster.

    Champion in Chees along with studies

    BhaskarArun Gupta

    Score: 345 – AIR-7

    Father: Arun Gupta, Chemical Engineer

    Mother: Dr Alpna Gupta

    For good studies, it is important to be healthy and it is necessary to take good sleep because a healthy body leads to a healthy mind says, classroom coaching student of the Allen Career Institute, BhaskarArun Gupta, who has secured 345in the JEE MAIN-2018 and got 7thposition at the All India level. Bhaskar said that I wake up at 7 in the morning and go to sleep at 10 pm.

    Bhaskar said that I studied for 10 to 11 hours a day; he got the sixth position at the all-India level in KVPY SA class results released a few a day’s back. Albert Einstein is his idol.

    He gives credit for his success to Allen Career Institute and her elder sister, Elina Gupta. She is quite supportive. He likes playing chess; I have participated in the World Youth Chess Championship. Father Arun Gupta is also an IITian and is currently working as a Chemical Engineer in Mumbai. Mother Alpna Gupta is a doctor and has been living with me in Kota for last one and a half years. The atmosphere of the Kota is very positive, which proves to be good for any student. There are only students and teachers everywhere.

    Maths most favourite subject

    Bhaskar said that Maths is the most favourite subject. He gave maximum time to maths. It is also quite easy because there is no theory in it, only the equations are solved. Likes watching Hollywood movies.

    Has not gone home since last three months for studies

    Yash Gupta

    Score: 336 – AIR- 19

    Father: Dr. Ved Prakash Gupta

    Mother: Dr. Alka Gupta

    Yash is from Kota, station area but is so serious about studies that he has not gone home for the last three months. Classroom student of the Allen Career Institute, Yash has received marks336  and rank 19 at all-India level. Yash said that his house is at the station, had to travel 12-13 kilometre to the Institute for study, it took a lot of time. So, took a room on rent nearby Allen. Mother also lived with me. Have not gone home in the last three months.From the day one be regular in classroom coaching.Solve the doubts immediately without delaying it. Take the Weekly Test seriously. This is the mantra of success. Yash said that the system of Weekly Test in Allen is so good that after every test the performance of the student goes on improving. Father Ved Prakash and Mother Alka are both doctors by the profession. Yash has received Gold Medal in IJSO, has gone to Vietnam to participate in the Asian Physics Olympiad (APHO). Wants to do further studies from IIT, Mumbai in Computer Science

    Here Education system is the best

    Yash told that the coaching system is the best in Kota.  Allen Career Institute constantly focuses on nurturing the talent of the student. The expert faculty is always present to solve the problems. Students get all kind of support. With great determination, they help students to work harder to achieve the goal. Not only this, they impart quality education along with Indian Values.

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