Nothing can beat the proud feeling of your child topping their exam results. Vishwas Garg by securing 1st rank in J&K and 2149th rank all over India in JEE Advance has made his parents, relatives and the whole Jammu feel proud of him. Vishwas, who studied in Jodhamal Public School till 10th standard moved to Kota for the next 2 years for his JEE coaching.
JEE Advanced 2020 Topper, Vishwas Garg from Jammu.Congratulations #Vishwas_Garg and family.
Posted by JK MEDIA on Wednesday, 7 October 2020
According to him, his family has played a major role in his success especially his mother who always motivated him to work hard and left no stone unturned to see her son climb the mountain of achievements.
“I feel mothers are the ones who’ll support you no matter what and where you are. My mother used to visit me every 2 months to make sure I was doing well. She would buy me things, tasty food and pamper me with love.” He told JK Media team.
Vishwas never had any idea of becoming an engineer until he joined coaching classes in Jammu and got to know about JEE. His family is filled with immense joy and cannot stop praising their kid.
“It is one of the best news of my life. Our son has achieved the aim for what he went to Kota. Vishwas has always been hard working. He topped in IMO and even scored the highest marks in maths in 10th standard. We were little afraid to send him for his higher studies but he ensured us he’ll take good care of himself and by the grace of God he has topped. We also thank our relatives for their support.”
The topper has worked very hard for this phenomenal rank. Talking about tips and sacrifices he said “I used to feel low and even wanted to quit studies sometimes but then I realised why I am here. Aspirants should sacrifice smart phones and switch to normal ones. Teachers should be blindly trusted. They always wish for our betterment. Also they should study in slots. It would be much easier.”
The efforts and hard work of Vishwas have made him reach one of the top levels of his life. We wish him more success and may he come out with flying colours. Parents should motivate their children to study rather than compelling them to score better than others. Spirit of competition should prevail but definitely not more than their mental health. Not all kids are good in studies. Maybe they may excel in another field. Therefore, inspire them and motivate them to be better than themselves with each coming day.4813