New Delhi, March 2016:Displaying the supremacy of FIITJEE’s teaching methodology, students from FIITJEE’s Dwarka Centre havedone remarkably well by topping in Junior Science Talent Search Examination, 2016 (JSTSE) in the City.
79 meritorious students from FIITJEE have qualified JSTSE (Junior Science Talent Search Examination) in 2016, the scholarship examination which is conducted by the Science Branch of Education, Government of NCT of Delhi – Directorate of Education
FIITJEE Dwarka student Kushagra Yadav scored 172 marks in secured the First position in JSTSE. KaustubhMiglani scored 171 marks and secured the second position and finally SarthakSinglascored 169 marks and grabbed the third position. These students are from FIITJEE’s Four Year Classroom Program, Dwarka Center.
JSTSEwas held on 31st January this year. Final results were declared on 16th Marchand a total of 159 students have qualified for scholarship
Asked how he prepared for JSTSE, Kushagra said that he was put through organized academic practices at FIITJEE like every other student there. He said “The competitive study environment at FIITJEE and the relentless guidance of our faculties in problem solving, phase tests and the critical analysis of all subjects have helped me raise my IQ to a great competitive level to make it to the top today!”.
According to Mr. Vinod Agrawal, FIITJEE Dwarka Center Head, “It is a proud moment for us. The students have taken the glorious tradition of FIITJEE to the bigger platform.” “Proper training plays a vital role in cracking these competitive titles. However, dedication is the key word of success and at FIITJEE we prepare our students to be focused and well organized towards their studies to make a niche in this era of cut throat competition!”
FIITJEE is the nation’s premier institute for IIT-JEE training. FIITJEE believes that the ideal time for nurturing and enhancing the IQ of children is when they are in class VI, VII & VIII grade. It is with this belief that FIITJEE started imparting training to develop the nascent raw intelligence of the students from class VI onwards.