JEE Advanced 2018 Topper : Pranav Goyal's Story


17-year-old Pranav Goyal from Chandigarh secured top position in JEE Advanced 2018 for admission in Indian Institute of Technology, results were shown on Sunday. He secured the All India Rank (AIR) 1, in which 337 runs out of 360 in the examination.

In the Rajasthan, the second place in Sahil Jain examination from Bundi He remained top in the IIT-Delhi region, making 326 out of 360 marks. Kailash Gupta from Delhi remained in third place.

Meenal Parekh is the highest among women from Kota in Rajasthan. He scored 318 out of 360 in the examination and remained 6th.



Pranav was going to Hyderabad along with his family on Sunday, after the results were declared as alumni of Panchkula school.

He scored 97.2% in the CBSE Class 12 examination in non-medical and the All India rank was 4 in JEE Main, in which 350 out of 360 points were scored. He made his coaching from Sri Chaitanya Institute in Chandigarh.

An enthusiastic reader of Indian mythology, Pranav, son of business couple Pankaj Goyal and Mamta Goyal, said, "If you concentrate well, then your hours of study really do not matter. Just keep in mind, balance Maintain and remain calm. Believe in your teachers and their guidance, and always make sure that your knowledge is conceptually sound. "

Pranav shared his success mantra, "Resolving last year's papers helped me get insight into the pattern of exams." He used to study for five hours every day and was dedicated in JEE Advanced's studies throughout the year.

He said, "JEE was an advanced clearing target, so I studied the whole year and prepared for the main one month before the exam.

Joy on Pranav's success, his father said, "My son has always been a topper and has been working very hard for the last two years to achieve this rank, we are very happy with his performance."

His mother said, "My son has proved that with hard work, anyone can reach the sky. I am proud of Pranav."

Pranav said that he likes to play chess, watch television and spend time with his grandfather for relaxation. He used to read cartoons and read books as a stress buster.

Sharing his future plans, he said, "My next objective is to take admission in IIT-Bombay." After that, I will follow the MBA and go for entrepreneurship. My father is my inspiration, my role model. After that, I also want to be a successful entrepreneur. "

Pranav is a Kishor Vidyonika Pratomohan Yojna (KVPY) scholar, National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) scholar and has approved the Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO) with AIR 5 in class 11. He has also approved Indian National Physics, Astronomy and Chemistry Olympiad, with AIR2 in class 12.

His teachers also expressed happiness on the performance.

"In the early months, Pranav used to struggle like any other child. However, he finally understood various aspects of learning physics with his sound intuition," said his physics faculty Amarnath Joshi.

Anmish Verma, Professor of Chemistry at the Institute said, "Chemistry was one of his strongest topics, instead of remembering the reactions, he focused on all the concepts of chemistry. His clear conceptual clarity made him long He studied NCERT at least one hour a day, especially for chemistry. "

More than 150,000 students across the country have appeared for the first time on May 20 for a fully computer based Joint Entrance Examination (JEE-Advance).

1,55,091 appeared for the second paper.

The next step is the entry process for IIT, Indian School of Mines, National Institute of Technology. The allotment of seats is expected to start from June 27.

The final allocation for the seventh round will be announced on July 18.
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