Lakshya Forum for Competitions – IIT Wing of Mahesh Tutorials creates history
Mumbai, June 12, 2017: Sarvesh Mehtani, a student from the IIT Wing of Mahesh Tutorials – Lakshya, emerged as the All India topper in the highly competitive IIT-JEE (Advanced) 2017 engineering test, the results of which were announced on Sunday, 11th June 2017.
A resident of Panchkula (Haryana), Sarvesh Mehtani, who is a student of Bhavan Vidyalaya, scored 339 marks out of 366: 120 in Maths, 104 in Physics and 115 in Chemistry. He wishes to pursue computer science in IIT Bombay.
Mr Mahesh Shetty, CMD, MT Educare said “Achieving success at this toughest and globally acknowledged exam has not only been the aspiration for many generations but also the benchmark of an extra ordinary gifted intelligence!!! Sarvesh has made all of us proud with his spectacular results!!!
At this point it would be appropriate to mention that he has meticulously followed the study pattern guided by his teachers , testing methodology to get the regular analysis to improve his score and has benefitted from Robomate plus the specially designed study tool for revision anytime anywhere!!! Befitting our culture I have no doubt that he will engage in giving back to the society and spread the knowledge he received. He is an inspiration to the entire student community as our country’s half the population is studying currently”.
Asked about his success mantra, Sarvesh Mehtani said, “I always wanted to be in the Top 10 and I have realized my dream thanks to support & guidance from MT Educare’s Lakshya Forum for Competitions. They imbibed and internalized me with discipline, hard work, staying organized and being focussed on the goal. They raised my level of understanding and helped me achieve my true potential.”
At Lakshya, lectures are micro-scheduled, i.e., each topic is divided into sub topics so that each concept can be planned, taught to and learned by students according to their learning capability. At Lakshya, teachers place emphasis on writing definitions, statements of laws and diagrams in the class and in the booklets. Subjective level tests are conducted right before the school exams in order for the child to get tuned up to writing the answers in a proper descriptive manner. The students are made to understand how to write and what to write based on marks allocated to questions asked. The faculty regularly interacts with students and parents to check the student’s progress of student.