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An Adventurous movie buff and an avid Soccer Fan- NEET (AIPMT) topper shares his success secret

The much awaited NEET (AIPMT) 2014 results have been announced on June 7. Tejaswin Jha, a native of Vijaynagar in the interiors of Banka district in Bihar left for Kota in 2012 to fulfil his medical dream. His hardwork has been paid off as he topped in the All India Pre-Medical Test with a remarkable score of 682 out of 700, leaving behind 523701 candidates who appeared for the examination.

This young lad while celebrating his big achievement, shares his excitement, his preparation journey for NEET (AIPMT) and his future plans.

On cloud nine after the results
“I wanted to reach home and meet my family”, came the candid response from ecstatic Tesjaswin Jha who is celebrating his victory back at his native place after years of hardwork away in Kota. “It is a very proud moment for me and my family. People are coming over to congratulate me and I am relishing the sweets!” said Jha.

His mother is a government school teacher in Bihar and his father is an officer in the Indian Air Force posted in Suratgarh (Rajasthan). “I would be the first Doctor in my family where most of them are teachers and it is such a pride. I always wanted to become a Doctor and work for the betterment of the society” said the NEET (AIPMT) topper who can’t get the smile off his face.

Proud moment for Tejaswin’s uncle too
While Tesajwin went 1500 kms away from Kota with a lot of expectations from his family, friends and relatives, it was Tejaswin’s uncle (mamaji) who inspired him a lot in his ‘tough’ journey. “He (my uncle) always wanted to be a doctor but some family issue held him back from fulfilling his dream. He always saw his dream coming to reality in me. “I am extremely delighted and thankful to God for helping me fulfil everyone’s expectations”, said Tejaswin. In the beginning, it was difficult for Tejaswin to adjust to the new city, some cultural differences such as different food habits along with harsh climate were a deterrent but the young lad did not let these factors bother him to a great extent.

Outshines in the Class 12 CBSE results
The meritorious student scored a 96.2% in ICSE board in Class X and a 96.8% in Class XII-Science in CBSE. He has passed out of Vidhyashram School in Kota and prepared for his medical entrance in a coaching institute along with Class XI & XII. Tejaswin found the Physics section in the exam the easiest while Biology, his favourite subject since Class IX, was a little tricky for him which made him think really hard to answer some questions there.

Yet to decide on the subject but aims to join AIIMS or Maulana Azad
He says he is yet to decide on the subjects. Tejaswin said, “I will test my aptitude and then decide the subjects that I want to take up.” The meritorious student whose role model is his father also said, “Potential for innovation in my field is vast and I really want to serve my nation by delivering my best.”

Aiming to join the AIIMS, Tejaswin is hopeful about the AIIMS results. Additionally, he’s also considering Maulana Azad Medical College under NEET (AIPMT) colleges, as per his seniors’ and teachers’ recommendation.   

 ‘Getting your basics right’ is the Success Mantra!
According to Tejaswin, there’s no strategy to prepare for NEET (AIPMT). Besides his usual classes, Tejaswin used to study for 6-7 hours additionally to cover his topics. He considers NCERT books as an easier way out to prepare for the exam over other bulky and expensive study materials. “It is very crucial to get the basics crystal clear in your mind for all the three subjects- Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Once that is done, half the race is won and scoring in NEET (AIPMT) gets easier!” Tejaswin also warns of the typically tough terms in Biology which should be studied carefully.

All work and no play- Not for Tejaswin!
Tejaswin devoted his time to both – studies as well as other activities. He is an avid soccer fan and eagerly awaits the FIFA World Cup to begin. “Just thank God FIFA was not scheduled at the time of NEET (AIPMT) 2014. I simply want to sit and watch FIFA and hope no one tells me to do anything else”, chuckles Jha. Surfing Facebook, playing cricket and watching adventurous movies, are some of the activities that helped relax the pressure for Tejaswin. “It is important to be involved in recreational activities as well besides studies since they help you to relax and get more active towards studies. I devoted my time equally and that worked for me” said Jha who is a huge fan of Iron Man and Avengers. 


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