Mohali boy Guramrit secures 100 percentile in JEE (Main)

Mohali boy Guramrit secures 100 percentile in JEE (Main)

Guramrit Singh

Chandigarh, March 8

Mohali boy Guramrit Singh became the national topper by securing 100 percentile in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE-Main). The results were declared by the National Testing Agency (NTA) today.

Guramrit (18) is a student of Bhavan Vidyalaya, Sector 27. At present, he is pursuing Class XII (non-medical).

100 percentile

  • Aim: To get admission to the IIT-Bombay and pursue software engineering as a career
  • Inspiration: Father Gurudarshan Singh, who is a businessman
  • Success Mantra: Keep your concepts clear, listen to teacher

Guramrit drew inspiration to excel from his father Gurudarshan Singh, who is a businessman. “My father has worked hard to raise us. He used to drop me off at school ever since I was a child. I wanted to fulfil his dreams while growing up,” he said.

Guramrit said he studied for six to eight hours and took a one-and-a-half-hour break every day for sports.

He aspires to get admission to the IIT-Bombay and pursue software engineering. The only mantra to crack JEE, according to Guramrit, is to get hold of NCERT and listen to your teacher. “Keep your concepts clear and revise daily,” he said. — TNS

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