JEE Main Results 2020: Meet UP topper and some other top performers from the state
L Gokulnath, Uttar Pradesh state topper scored 99.4% in the CBSE class 10 exam 2018 and did well at Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana 2018 where he secured an All India rank of 4 and emerged as the UP state topper in class 11.Updated: Jan 19, 2020 12:52 IST
Noida boy L Gokulnath emerged as the state topper in the JEE Main (January) 2020, the result of which was declared on late Friday night. He scored 99.9993050 percentile, a fraction short of a perfect 100.
In Lucknow, Srijay Singh Gusain brought laurels to the city by scoring 99.89 percentile. Following him was Amritesh Sharma with 99.87 percentile, Amit Kumar Pal 99.86 percentile, Shashwat Gupta 99.85% percentile and Ayush Kumar Dwivedi 99.75% percentile, outperformed their peers in the city.
“I was definitely eyeing 100 percentile. But there’s no point in regretting over it. I am happy with my result and thankful to God. Pondering over it will not help my cause. I would try to achieve 100 percentile in my upcoming exams,” said Gokulnath, a student of Somerville School in Noida over the phone. He said he was looking forward to study computer sciences from one of the top IITs.
“I feel relieved and motivated to have scored well in JEE Main exam. Having worked really hard towards this goal, I was confident of scoring well. My results are solely attributed to the stupendous coaching mechanism employed at FIITJEE that brings out the best out of every student. The expert faculty works diligently on our concepts and better understanding to yet. I am retuning to my studies with renewed focus as I do not want to leave any stone unturned before the JEE Advanced,” said Gokulnath, who scored 99.4% in the CBSE class 10 exam 2018 and did well at Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana 2018 where he secured an All India rank of 4 and emerged as the UP state topper in class 11.
“FIITJEE was the fruit of realization that the secondary education system in India was not good enough to train young minds towards deep conceptual pursuit of Science education. Even students who do well at school often fail to do well in competitive examinations because they lack in-depth conceptual understanding and analytical skills despite having a good IQ. The success of our students at JEE year after year bears testimony to the fact that our unique way of teaching has succeeded in bringing the best in students. We are very proud of the achievements of our students and teachers,” says Mr. Ramesh Batlish, Centre Head, FIITJEE Noida Centre.
Srijay Singh Gusain, a class 12 boy, said, “I was pleasantly surprised to see my score.”
A student of Mary Gardiner’s Convent School, Lucknow, Srijay said he wanted to pursue B Tech with computer science or electrical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi which has been his childhood dream.
After completing B Tech, Srijay wants to do higher studies from some institutions of repute. “I believe that research and technology can answer many of the miseries that confront our country,” he said.
His formula for preparing JEE was quite simple: Browse NCERT books and five hours of regular study. “I would again appear in the JEE main April 2020 exams to better my score,” said Srijay.
His father, Shiv Dayal Singh and mother Hemlata Singh are both working as assistant nursing superintendents at SGPGIMS.
Another student of Mary Gardiner’s Convent School, Amritesh Sharma with 99.87% percentile also wants to pursue B Tech in computer sciences from any of the top seven IITs in the country.
“I will again appear in JEE Main April 2020 and will try to score 100 percentile,” he said.
His father Shivesh Sharma is a bank manager. All these students went to FIITJEE Lucknow centre.
National Testing Agency (NTA) has declared the JEE Main 2020 result in record time this year. A total number of 921,261 candidates were registered for BE /B Tech in this examination. There were 570 examination centres across the country and abroad.
A total of nine candidates scored a perfect 100 percentile this year. Nishant Aggarwal from Delhi, Jitendra Landa and Vishnu Sri Sai Sankar Thadavarthy from Andhra Pradesh, Nisrag Chadha from Gujarat, Divayanshu Aggarwal from Haryana, Akhil Jain and Parth Jain from Rajasthan, and Rongala Arun Siddardha and Chagari Koushal Kumar Reddy from Telangana scored a perfect 100.