(News) Akash Deep , Topper, The Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Exam ( UPSEE) from Hamirpur.
Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination
Hamirpur's Boy Tops UPSEE
Akash Deep, a native of Hamirpur, topped the Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Exam ( UPSEE). Though Akash is happy with the results, he intends to join one of the IITs and pursue computer science engineering. Having secured 280 marks in JEE mains, he is now preparing hard for JEE Advanced. He also took the entrance exam for BITS Pilani. "My son will take admission into a college through SEE only when he is not able to make into any of the IITs and NIITs," said RP Singh, Akash's father, a teacher at Saraswati Vidya Inter College, Hamirpur, from where Akash has done his schooling.
Securing second position in SEE, Raghav Agarwal, too, is keen on joining IITs or BITS. "Raghav's first choice is IITs. Other than this, he is eyeing admission in BITS,'' said VK Agarwal, raghav's father. A resident of Bijnor, Raghav said did his schooling from a government school.
Abhiram Mishra from Lucknow took the third slot in SEE. Like other toppers, Abhiram too is looking for admission in IITs. Securing 257 marks in JEE Mains, Abhiram, a student of HAL Academy, said, "IITs are best in terms of quality of teachers and infrastructure. Therefore, I will first try my luck there and then look at engineering colleges in UP.'' Abhiram aspires to be an electronic communication engineer.
Son of a farmer in Basti, Aayush Ojha has done his schooling from Lucknow. He acquired ninth position in SEE. "My aim is to get into either IITs or NIITs. As colleges in UP offer less facilities, those colleges would be my last preference," said Aayush who wants to specialize in either electrical or mechanical. He scored 250 marks in JEE mains and 335 in BITSAT. Bhavya Bandaru topped the SEE for BTEch in the girls category.
In MBA, Ashish Awasthi emerged as the topper. Working as a lecturer in an engineering college, Ashish wants to join a government college in UP for MBA. He completed his BTech from a colleges affiliated to UPTU in 2007.
Courtesy : The Times of India