According to reports, Shitikant Bihari may well be the proud holder of this title. Shitikant, 17 from Bihar expects a score of about 440 marks in JEE.
"I had expected to be amongst the top 5 and since the scores are not out yet -- I am hoping to get a score of 440," told Shitikanth .
The sons of doctor parents, Shitikant says he will opt for IIT-Kanpur to pursue a degree in . "I have always been interested in it and feel not only is a good field but will also give me great scope for research."
Having scored 91.4 per cent in his Class XII examination this year, Shitikanth says he followed a very flexible schedule. After Class X, he moved to Kota in Rajasthan, at a popular centre of coaching for competitive examinations, where he attended up to three-and-half hours of coaching and studied up to 6 to 7 hours on his own every day.
He recieved congratulation messages from the Bihar CM Nitish Kumar for his impressive performance.
His tip for aspirants:
"Focus. Give every subject equal importance. Keep a basic but flexible schedule where you say that I will finish so much in so much time."
thanks to IIT-dreams
And all India second rank holder — Nishant Totla of Aurangabad.
According to Totla, a product of Bansal Classes at Kota in Rajasthan, it was his coaching institute that helped him the most. “The competitive atmosphere there (Kota) helps you boost your performance.”