JEE Mains topper Parth Bhardwaj

JEE Mains topper Jaipur boy aspires to be an IAS

JEE-Main 2022 topper Jaipur's boy Parth cracked the competitive exam scoring 100 percentile and stood 3rd at All India level, goal to become IAS.

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The National Testing Agency released the JEE Mains 2022 result on Monday, Parth Bhardwaj of Jaipur stood third at the All India Level. Parth has secured 100 percentile marks and wants to become an IAS officer to serve the country.

18-year-old Jaipur’s boy Parth Bhardwaj has passed 12th from Cambridge Court High School. He has been studying science with the help of a coaching institute since Class 6. Parth has already received an offer of admission from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

He expressed his view on not wanting to become an engineer but an IAS. He said, “my goal is to go to administrative services and crack the UPSC exam. I am yet to decide which college to join for further studies. I want to take up either computer or electrical engineering.”

He added that many problems in India need to be rectified. A lot of improvement is required in primary education and technical solutions. Parth believes in capitalism that can lead to the development of our country

Talking about his routine, he said I have studied in the same way a normal student studies. I also played football along with my studies to keep myself stress-free. I focused on what needed to be studied and followed my teachers. I want to thank my parents for their support.

He used to take online classes during the pandemic period but couldn’t concentrate much. After that, he kept on improving his study skills and started attending physical classes daily. He used to study offline for 8-9 hours daily. Parth’s favorite subject is Physics.

Parth said one should follow the coaching properly, then the examination becomes clear. NCERT books are great for physics and chemistry while for maths one has to work hard to excel and there is no other alternative to it.

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