Ghaziabad woman Pal Aggarwal scored 99.988 percentile and emerged because the UP topper within the Joint Entrance Examination (Mains) 2021 performed in February session, in line with the outcomes declared by the Nationwide Testing Company (NTA) late on Monday night.
Pal aspires to grow to be an astronaut and desires to graduate in aerospace engineering. “It was a double celebration at our home. First, I emerged as UP topper in JEE (Mains) and second, it occurred on Worldwide Ladies’s Day,” mentioned the 17-year-old pupil of Seth Anandram Jaipuria Faculty, who will likely be showing in CBSE Class 12 examination in Might this 12 months.
Pal mentioned she was delighted over the achievement as a result of usually it is the boys who normally high in JEE. “This is sort of a dream come true,” mentioned Pal whose mom, Rakhi Aggarwal, is a medical psychologist and father, Vishal Aggarwal, a businessman. Faculty principal, Manju Rana, showered reward on Pal for bringing laurels to the establishment.
In the meantime, Ravija Chandel, a pupil of Metropolis Montessori Faculty, Gomti Nagar 1, Lucknow cleared the examination with 99.963 percentile. She mentioned the NTA’s choice to carry JEE (Mains) 4 occasions will permit college students with ample alternatives to raised their prospects.
Ravija desires to pursue the pc science engineering stream.
Her father, Anand Kumar Singh, is a lawyer and mom, Dr Sudha Singh, a medical practitioner.
Yashasvi Tripathi introduced laurels to town with 99.803 percentile.
Six candidates acquired 100 percentile within the February 2021 examination. They’re: Saket Jha of Rajasthan, Pravar Kataria of Delhi, Ranjim Prabal Das of Delhi, Guramit Singh of Chandigarh, Siddhant Mukherjee of Maharashtra and Ananth Krishna Kidambi of Gujarat. None from UP scored 100 percentile.
The JEE (Mains) examination for B.E./B.Tech was performed by NTA from February 24 to 26. A complete of 6.52 lakh candidates have been registered for paper 1 (BE/B Tech) on this examination.