11 students of govt schools in Tonk crack JEE Main | Ajmer News


AJMER: As many as 11 students from government schools in the backward district of Tonk have cleared the JEE Main 2023 for the first time. These students had got free coaching under Mission Lakhsya Sadhana, an initiative of the district administration started in December 2021.
Lokesh Choudhary, a student of the Government Senior Secondary School at Niwai scored more than 84 percentile points in the examination and is now preparing for JEE Advanced. “My father is a farmer, and no one in my family knows about IITs. But my school encouraged me after looking at my marks in class 10. The coaching we got made subjects like chemistry, physics and mathematics easier for us,” said Lokesh. The JEE Main 2023 results were declared on April 29.
“It was Lakshya Sadhana Mission started by district collector Chinmayee Gopal that built confidence in us,” said Aksaara Jain, the only girl among the 11 students who cleared the JEE Mains examination. A student of Swami Vivekanand Model Government School of Tonk, Aksaara said she is confident of clearing the JEE Advanced examination to get a seat in an IIT.
All these 11 successful students will also continue getting free coaching for JEE Advanced, scheduled in June. The free coaching is provided to the students of classes 11 and 12 for two years. District collector Chinmayee Gopal said the mission will continue further and that efforts would be made to persuade more students to join the free coaching.
Students appearing for JEE were asked to join the free coaching in physics, chemistry and mathematics at government schools in different parts of the district like Uniyara, Tonk and Deoli. The mission was started under Zilla Navachar Kosh and a budget of Rs 1 crore was made to open libraries at block levels to provide the best to students preparing for different examinations. “Our students, many of them girls, have also appeared in NEET held on May 7. We are in great hope that a several of our students will crack the examination,” said a chemistry teacher in Tonk.

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