MHT CET PCM, PCB Results 2022: Ekansh Ravi Shankar from Mumbai’s Andheri is one of the 13 candidates who have secured 100 percentile in the PCM group as the MHT-CET result was declared today.
The MHT-CET rank declared today was another feather in Ekansh’s cap. Although he is excited about his result, his future plan is already set and MHT CET was a boon for him. After securing an all-India rank of 49 in JEE Advanced, Ekansh is keen to study computer science at the Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai.
“After checking the answer sheet. I was sure of scoring well in MHT-CET, but my focus has always been JEE,” said Ekansh, who started preparation towards his goal from Class 7 with a core course from PACE Coaching Institute for in JEE He continued his college studies at PACE Science College where he prepared for JEE Main as well as Advanced.
Ekansh thanked his elder brother for chasing his parents to start the basic course. “He started preparing for JEE after class 10. And he realized that the core course is necessary,” said Ekansh. His elder brother is now studying Business Analytics at Imperial College London, after completing his BTech from Vellore Institute of Technology.
Unlike his brother, however, Ekansh plans to stay in the field of science. “I haven’t decided on a career plan, but I will definitely explore something in the field of applied mathematics,” said Ekansh, who wants to tell all JEE aspirants to stay steady and focused.
MHT CET results for PCM and PCB groups were declared today. A total of 13 students from the PCM group and 14 from the PCB group scored 100 percentile.
This year, MHT CET 2022 exams for PCM group was conducted between August 5 to August 11 and for PCB group it was conducted from August 12 to 20 as a test based on computer in online mode.