FIITJEE coaching student Utkarsh said he takes inspiration from his father, a qualified engineer. The Indian Express that “obviously he likes computers. But the interest started with math and physics.”
Talking about his MHT-CET result, Utkarsh said, “When I appeared in CET, there was no clarity about whether I will qualify for IIT. I gave my 100 percent to get admission in a good college d ‘engineering, if not in IIT. I am happy to know the score, but now my path is different.”
Utkarsh expressed that the lockdown did not allow him to meet friends, but “helped save a lot of time in commuting to educational institutions.”
When not studying, watching YouTube videos and making paper airplanes helped reduce stress while studying, as she believes that quality is more important than the amount of time spent studying.
This year in PCM group a total of 13 students have scored 100 percentile and 14 candidates have scored perfect in PCB group. A total of 605944 candidates (282070 in PCM and 323874 in PCB group) registered for the MHT CET exam, which was much higher than last year’s number of registrations (517132). Out of 605944, 467379 (231264 in PCM group and 236115 in PCB group) appeared for the exams this year.