JEE Main topper 2021 with 100 percentile doesn't want to study in an IIT


JEE Main topper 2021 with 100 percentile doesn't want to study in an IIT▪︎


           JEE Main topper 2021 from Haryana with 100 percentile, Anmol Arichwal, doesn't want to study in an IIT. Here's what he said.

The JEE Main 2021 result for Session 3 was declared on Friday by the National Testing Agency (NTA) and 17 students secured 100 percentile marks in the same. A total number of 7.09 lakh candidates were registered for Paper 1 (BE/BTech) in the JEE Main 2021 session 3 examinations.

We got talking to Anmol Arichwal, a Haryana student and a JEE Main topper with 100 percentile marks, to know about his future plans. Interestingly, he doesn’t want to pursue engineering and is more interested in research.

“My aim is to qualify for IISc Bangalore and pursue a BSc in Mathematics,” Anmol says.

JEE Main pandemic problems

JEE Main is being held four times this year for the first time ever. This move was made to allow students to improve their scores.

But the months-long protests from students on social media asking the government to cancel or postpone the JEE and NEET exams earlier this year didn’t help anyone focus on their preparation.

The same was true of Anmol. “The exam date getting postponed was frustrating. The uncertainty about when the exam date will be declared was quite unsettling,” says the JEE Main topper.

 was lucky that no one in my family of six tested positive,” he says.

“But I isolated myself in a room. We had online classes and I would study for hours on end under the guidance of the mentors. I am keeping my fingers crossed that even in the future nobody in the family tests positive for Covid-19,” adds the Aakash Institute student.

Anmol admits he doesn’t have much time left for co-curricular activities.

“There is very little time left for hobbies. But whenever I get time, I like to play badminton and go cycling. I like to watch cricket and listen to music as well,” says the JEE Main topper.

JEE Main 2021: What was the paper like?

Many said that the JEE Main 2021 papers have been easier than in previous years.

“The session that I took in February-March was tough. But the session that I took after that, in July, was relatively easier in comparison,” says Anmol.

“In the first two sessions, the questions that came were tech-based and were directly from the NCERT. I didn’t know these. Luckily, I was prepared for Session 3. However, I didn’t get a perfect score a full 300 -- that is unfortunate,” Anmol says.

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