Bokaro: Even during these difficult times arising out of Covid-19, several students cracked Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains 2021 in the district. The result was declared by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on March 8. As like past years, a good number of students of Delhi Public School (DPS), Bokaro performed exemplary well in JEE Mains. Many coaching institutes have also claimed their students scored well.
About 41 students in DPS, Bokaro secured more than 90 percentile in the JEE Mains. Of them, six students scored above 99 percentile. “Aditya bagged 99.67 percentile followed by Varun with 99.58 percentile,” as stated in DPS, Bokaro press release.
A student of Pentecostal School Assembly, Abhishek Ranjan achieved 99.30 percentile in JEE Mains. However, students of Chinmaya Vidyalaya have also done well. Public relation officer of Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Sanjeev Kumar said “Bharat Kabra of Chinmaya Vidyalaya has scored 99.85 percentile marks. About a dozen students of Chinmaya have scored 95 and above percentile marks”.
Principal, DPS Bokaro A. S. Gangwar said “despite the crisis faced by the students during the pandemic, the results are satisfactory, but we do hope for better results in the upcoming exams. He extended his best wishes to the students for the forthcoming exam”.
There are few students of Guru Gobind Singh Public School and others cracked the prestigious examination. However many schools are yet to declare the names of students who qualified JEE Mains.
Saket Jha a native of Bokaro has cracked JEE Mains with 100 percentile. His achievement was claimed by Kota (Rajasthan) as he studied there from Class-9. Saket is son of Sanjay Kumar Jha, a principal of the state-run high school Tand Ballydih. Jha is happy with his son created history by achieving 100 percentile score in JEE Main.
Saket, an alumnus of Delhi Public School Bokaro, has bagged achievement with hard work, patience, and perseverance. Saket wanted to pursue engineering for which he appeared in scholarship exam conducted by Allen Institute. On the basis of better performance in the entrance test, the Institute provided free education, accommodation, food and coaching from class ninth to twelfth. The institute got his admission in the ninth standard in Delphi Public School, Kota from where he cracked the test.