JEE Main 2021 March Result : Kavya Chopra from Delhi has not only scored 100 percentile within the Joint entrance examination (JEE) Main 2021 but she has also become the first-ever female candidate to urge 300 out 300 marks within the engineering entrance exam. Chopra has improved her score from the February attempt during which she had got 99.9 percentile. She now’s preparing for the IIT entrance examination – JEE Advanced 2021.
While she could are eligible for JEE Advanced supported her 99.9 percentile score too, Chopra said, she wasn’t satisfied with it and knew she could do better. A student from Allen coaching institute, Kota, Chopra now aims at studying computing from IIT-Delhi or IIT-Bombay. In an interview with news18.com she said, “that i love computing and that the application of and can also be a financially stable career.”
On her feat of becoming the first-ever female to get 300 out of 300 in JEE Main she said she always had equal opportunities but is conscious of the struggle faced by other girls. “My parents always treated me and my brother equally. i used to be never discriminated against personally supported my gender but i’m aware that not many ladies in India aren’t as privileged. albeit I even have never been discriminated against myself, i’m conscious of what other girls undergo . i’d not be ready to understand the gravitas of my feat now but i’m grateful,” said the 17-year-old who said she hopes her achievement “opens up doors for other girls”.
Her father may be a Delhi-based and she or he draws her inspiration from him. Chopra recalls she wont to study 7-8 hours each day for her JEE Mains preparation and for her March attempt she had focused on the section majorly. “I scored a little lower in the section and during the last 15 days between the february results and the march exam, i focused on the section.
She had mentioned NCERTs and former years’ question papers for practice. The 17-year-old girl said, she felt emotional stress during the lockdown, but proceeded with a firm determination she had to do.
Chopra has always been a bright student. She possesses 97.6 per cent in 10 board exams and can be appearing for her class 12 boards in May.
Of over 6 lakh students who registered for the exam as many as 13 students have gotten 100 percentile. within the February session, as many as nine students had got 100 percentile. The All India Rank (AIR) list are going to be released after the May exam by the NTA