Copyright ©2017 NYOOOZ.COM

Kalpit Veerwal scores 100% in JEE without coaching or long study schedule

Kalpit Veerwal scores 100% in JEE without coaching or long study schedule


Meet Kalpit Veerwaal from Udaipur Rajasthan who scored 100% i.e. 360/360 in JEE. He proves that to score well in an exam you don’t need coaching nor ardent study hours. Your regular studies can will enough if you are adamant to do well.

If you think that spending 20 hours a day with your books will grant you marks or entitle you as a topper, you need second thoughts. Kalpit Veerwal became the first ever student to score 100 percent in JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) giving a perfect score of 360/360.

This 17 year old from Udaipur Rajasthan encrypted his name in the Limca Book of Records. Currently, he is pursuing Computer Science from the best college of engineering in the country, IIT Bombay. His record for perfect score will be featured under ‘Education Achievements’ in 2018 edition.

While talking to PTI the young lad told he was confident enough to crack the exam, but never expected the perfect score, and making it to the Limca Book of Records was something, he couldn’t even imagine.

On asked about his study patterns, he also ditched the popular notion of coaching or studying for long hours. He told PTI "I did not study for 15 hours a day, I did not go down the usual `Kota route` for IIT preparations but consistent studies helped me a lot".

JEE is considered to be one the toughest engineering entrance exams in the country, every year lakhs of student appear for it, and this year some 10.2 lakh students gave it a shot, out of which only 2.2 lakh could make it to the JEE Advanced, the second qualifying round. Based on the ranking of JEE Mains & JEE Advanced students qualify to take admission in institutions like IITs, IISc Bangalore, IISERs, IIST Thiruvananthapuram, RGIPT Rae Bareli and IIPE Visakhapatnam.

Apart from scoring the perfect marks in Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) JEE he also topped the Indian Junior Science Olympiad and National Talent Search Examination.

If You Like This Story, Support NYOOOZ



Your support to NYOOOZ will help us to continue create and publish news for and from smaller cities, which also need equal voice as much as citizens living in bigger cities have through mainstream media organizations.


  • Print This Article