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Ayudh Saxena(AIR 424) becomes City Topper


Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal The declaration of JEE Main, 2018 results have yet again given India’s premium engineering training institute FIITJEE, a reason to celebrate and rejoice in its students’ Remarkable Feat. Ayudh Saxena, AIR 424 scored 287 out of 360 marks. He is a student of Class Room Program at FIITJEE Bhopal Centre. He is also NTSE and KVPY Scholar. Total 407 students of FIITJEE Bhopal Centre from Long Term Classroom Programs have qualified for JEE Advanced, 2018. Around 11.5 lakh students from across the country tested their skills at the JEE Main, 2018 that took place in three phases earlier this month. The Joint Entrance Examination (Main) was conducted in offline mode on 8th April 2018 and in online mode on 14th & 15th April 2018. More than 1 lakh aspirants from general category who have cleared this milestone will now appear for the final round - JEE Advanced, 2018 to compete for approximately 5,500 coveted IIT seats (general category). This is not the first time that FIITJEE students have excelled at JEE. The success of FIITJEE students at National level, year after year, proves the superiority of the faculty and the unique pattern-proof teaching modalities of India’s most trusted institute. The students who have made it past the first round are understandably thrilled, yet cautious, as they know the final hurdle remains to be conquered. “Making it to the IITs is the dream of every Science student. Having worked very hard towards this goal, I was confident of scoring well in JEE Mains. Credit goes to the stupendous coaching mechanism applied at FIITJEE which brings the best in every student. The teachers at FIITJEE work diligently on our concepts, making sure we know what we are studying inside out. However, I am not celebrating 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 Ayudh Saxena. “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 conceptual understanding despite having a good IQ. The success of our students at JEE each year bears testimony to the fact that our 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. Abhishek Pandey, Centre Head, FIITJEE Bhopal Centre.

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