IIT JEE Advance result of 2016 was waited with excitement by educationists across India. It is because of the fact that Smriti Irani had promised that the result will show that the grip of coaching institutes is coming down. Kota was in bad news for series of suicides and not-as-expected result from this IIT coaching hub could have been a death knell for many institutes. However, nothing like that has happened. Kota again showed its value. This time, it was the turn of Allen Institute and all top three ranks of IIT JEE advanced went to this prestigious coaching.
Aman Bansal of Jaipur got the first rank while Bahvesh Dhingra and Kunal Goyal got second and third rank, respectively.
Profile of Aman Bansal
Aman was born in 1999 in Jaipur. His father is a government engineer while mother is a home maker. He was very good at Mathematics since his school days. His father sent him to Kota while he was in 8th Class. This result is a testimony of a long path that Aman had travelled while consistently preparing for IIT JEE. He never gave more than 6 hours a day for preparation, but ensured to do that daily.
In Class XII examination this year, Aman had secured 96.2 % marks. He has done schooling from Jai Shri Periwal School, Jaipur. Obviously, he didn’t attend any classes from this school. It has become a sort of common practice among serious engineering aspirants to take admission in a school without attending any class. It may be illegal, but seeing the cut-throat competition in IIT JEE examination, one can ignore this fact.
Aman had also cracked Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojna (KVPY) this year.
Aman in an interview had said that he is planning to take admission in IIT Mumbai with Computer Science branch. It may be noted here that two years back, another topper from Rajasthan had taken admission in IIT Mumbai, but left the institute within one year to study in MIT, USA. Let’s see what path Aman Bansal will choose.
Aman is single and doesn't looking forward to have any girlfriend in near future.