AP boy gets first rank in TS Eamcet
Deccan Chronicle. | DC Correspondent
V. Karuna, IAS, secretary government (Higher Education), Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy, Navin Mittal, IAS, Commissioner, Collegiate Education and Technical Education and Prof. R. Limbadri, Chairman, Telangana State Council of Higher Education released EAMCET 2023 result on Thursday. (Image: By Arrangement)
Vijayawada: A student from Andhra Pradesh, Sanapala Anirudh, secured first rank in Telangana Eamcet-2023 by scoring 158.89 marks out of 160. Several students from AP found a place in the top 10 ranks.
All the top rankers aim to prepare and fare well in the upcoming JEE Advanced-2023 to get admission in IIT, Mumbai, to pursue computer science.
Anirudh hails from Visakhapatnam and his father Kajeswara Rao works as a sub-inspector of police in the port town while mother Jhansi is homemaker.
The top ranker said, "I studied hard with an aim to get the top rank. My present aim is to crack JEE Advanced for admission in IIT, Mumbai, to study computer science."
Ponnathota Pramod Reddy secured fifth rank. He hails from Tadipatri in Anantapur district. His father Srinivasulua Reddy is government school teacher while his mother Annapurna homemaker. He scored 156.01 out of 160 in TS Eamcet.
He said, "I am putting in a lot of hard work to prepare for JEE Advanced and aim to pursue computer science in IIT, Mumbai. I thank my teachers and parents for supporting me by all means to prepare well for TS Eamcet."
Vadde Shanvitha Reddy secured seventh rank. She hails from Adavidevulapalli mandal in Nalgonda district of Telangana. Her father Madhusudhan Reddy works as a government school teacher and mother Lalitha is homemaker. Though she hails from Telangana, she studied Classes VIII to X in Vijayawada and continued her Intermediate in the same city before appearing for TS Eamcet from AP.
Her father Madhusudhna Reddy said, "My daughter wants to crack JEE Advanced to pursue computer science in IIT, Mumbai. She wants to be a civil servant by cracking the Civil Services Exam."
Boyina Sanja secured eighth rank and hails from Srikakulam. Her father Ganesh is a businessman while her mother Bhagya Jyothi is homemaker. She aims to be in IIT, Mumbai, to do CS.
Nandyala’s Prince Branham Reddy secured ninth rank. His father Madhusudhan Reddy and mother Nageswaramma are teachers in government schools. He aims to crack JEE Advanced on June 4 for admission in IIT and do computer science.
Meesala Pranathi Sreeja secured 10th rank and hails from Vizianagaram. Her father Appala Naidu works in RPF while mother Annapurana is a government school teacher. She also aims to pursue computer science in IIT, Mumbai.