With the JEE Main 2018 results declared, India’s premier institute in engineering training, FIITJEE has a reason to rejoice and celebrate its students’ feat.
Simar Preet Singh AIR 9 has been declared the Delhi State Topper and he has scored 345 marks out of 360 marks. He is a Four Year Classroom Program student from FIITJEE Punjabi Bagh Centre. He has been trained by FIITJEE Punjabi Bagh Centre since class VIth. He started his coaching with FIITJEE’s Little Genie Program (Class VI) followed by Udaya – Two Year Classroom Program (Class VII – VIII) and then finally joined the Four Year Classroom Program (Class XI – XII). He was declared Delhi State Topper in KVPY and NTSE Scholastic Exams. He had performed remarkably in RMO and Olympiads too.
Around 11.8 lakh students from across the country appeared for JEE Main 2018 that took place in three phases earlier this month. The offline mode of the exam was conducted on 8th April 2018 while the online mode was scheduled on 15th and 16th April 2018.
Over 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).
Decades of excellence by students of FIITJEE, time and again proves the superiority of the faculty. Time and again, the success achieved by students of FIITJEE demonstrates the unique time proven teaching methodologies of India’s most trusted and valued institute.
The final hurdle still remains to be conquered; the students making it through the first-round results are understandably thrilled yet conscious.
I feel relieved and motivated to have scored well to clear JEE Main. 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 make sure we know the complete inside out of what we study. 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 Simar Preet Singh AIR 9, Delhi State Topper by marks.
“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. Partha Halder, Punjabi Bagh Centre Head, FIITJEE.