A student of PACE Junior College, the 18-year-old is looking forward to joining any Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) to study Computer Science. “I want to pursue research work in the field of computer science and my JEE Advanced score has qualified me for IIT admission,” said Tanzeel, who is certain about which branch of engineering she wants to study and will be delighted to gain admission to Computer Science. science in any IIT.
Tanzeel believes there is no substitute for hard work. She kept all her extracurricular activities on hold for the past two years while preparing for the JEE. “Preparation for JEE Main and Advanced kept me very busy during these two years. Apart from regular daily activities, I preferred to focus completely on studies to get the desired results,” said this unmarried son of an entrepreneur father who has chosen to become an engineer following his passion for computers.
A total of 6,05,944 candidates registered for the MHT CET exam this year, out of these, 2,82,070 candidates registered for PCM and 3,23,874 candidates for PCB. Out of the total registered candidates, 4,67,379 appeared for the examination. A total of 2,31,264 candidates appeared in the PCM group and 2,36,115 candidates appeared in the PCB group.
As the results have been declared, the authorities will now proceed to the counseling process of the qualified candidates.