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NSEJS 2017 : Astounding performance of Resonites

Astounding performance of Resonites in NSEJS, 2017 results

Indian Institute of Physics Teachers (IAPT) has declared the result of National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS) on 29th Dec. 17. The exam was held on 19th November 2017 across the country. As per the result, total 370 students are selected for INJSO (Stage-2 of IJSO) from all over India & we feel proud to announce that 44 students are from Resonance.

Out of the total, 42 students are from Classroom program & 2 are from Distance Learning Program division (DLPD). As compared to last year, our growth rate is increased by 214% which proves that Resonance provides quality education with perfection.

RK Verma Sir – the Founder and Managing Director of Resonance told that in Junior Science Olympiad Resonance Produced National Topper Siddhant Mukherjee (Mumbai) is a Regular Classroom Student of Resonance and he is Maharashtra state topper also. Aadesh Kumar who bagged AIR 3 and Utkarsh Ranjan who bagged AIR 6 are also Regular Classroom Students of Kota Study Centre. The students who also won the laurels of being state toppers are Aadesh Kumar Patra (Rajasthan), Mihir Kothari (Gujarat), Utkarsh Ranjan (Bihar), Siddhant Mukherjee (Maharashtra) and Swaraj Nandi (Odisha). The students of Resonance also secured 11 positions in top 50 apart from AIR 1, 3 and 6 which includes AIR 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 29, 47 and 50.

Resonance has been providing remarkable results for many years in governments as well as in private Olympiads.

Out of the total appeared students, 370 students are selected for stage-2. On the basis of the performance in INJSO (stage-2), top 35 students will be selected for stage-III which is known as Orientation Cum Selection Camp (OCSC). In Final stage, 6 students & 1 teacher (as a leader) will constitute the delegation to represent India at International level.

RK Verma Sir congratulated and extended best wishes for the upcoming Stage 2 examination.

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