First of all I would like to congratulate all those students who made it to IITs this year. Once again you have proved that the Power of Action is undoubtedly an extremely important part of realizing and utilizing the unlimited potential that each one is gifted with. One of the laws of success is that the universe rewards those who take action. And acting on your goals brings success into YOUR lives.
IIT-JEE paper has always been full of surprises. It’s highly unpredictable in nature and that only makes IIT-JEE as is one of the toughest entrance exam in the world. This year’s the format was primarily designed to favor those who kept themselves in touch with NCERT books. Despite the change, Resonance students met unprecedented success. It is not a number game, yet when each seat in IITs means so much efforts, a figure of 883 selections in IIT-JEE 2007 is an achievement worth an applause. The classroom programme students deserve a pat on their back considering the number of aspirants who battled. Besides, It is a tough task imparting training to the lot with average IQ and turning them into a skilled infantry. The 5 Ranks in Top 50 – 14, 20, 25, 33 & 46 from yearlong classroom programme vouch for the skills indicted in the successful JEE lot. Two of the Classroom students (Jaipur Study Centre) had rare distinctions of winning 38th National Physics Olympiad award and to become part of the five member team to represent in the International Olympiad in Iran being held between 13 to 22 July 2007. Institute faculty stood with the students all along with the students and produced 2591 successful JEE products in short span of six years much to the astonishment of the well establish coaching Institutes. In this regard, I owe much to the institute’s devoted faculty and the efficient management team. The Hindi medium batches produced good results. The All India 3rd rank in ST category was bagged by
Mr. Radhey Shyam Meena from RH-1 batch. Let me mention Rahul Nawani also who was the proud recipient of AIR – 1 in PD category.
The Distance Learning Programme Division (DLPD) lent it’s helping hand to thousands of students all across the country by providing them the relevant study material and the Rank added test series brought an opportunity to its potential students to map up their preparation against a standardized scale. Be it a student from the southern far end of pondichery or a student in mumbai, will equally benefit from this programme. The effectiveness of the DLP programme is evident from the ranks which its students reflected this year with All India Ranks – 3, 8, 19 & 42 in top 50. I would like to make a special mention of the 8 Rank holder Mr. Harsh Pareek who was selected in Physics, Chemistry & Math Olympiad at the national level.
I had made a reference about various scholarships – USP (VIBHUTI) and GSP in the previous issue of Anunaad. It should be understood that the scholarships are not means to attract the students but they are the means to reward the talent of the deserving students and to motivate others who have yet to perform. A new initiative that DPPs will now have to be done in the classrooms only by coming one hour early, is going to immensely benefit the students and eventually bring favorablel results. Consistency always helps. Even to those who are considered not good performers. A live example is Mr. Vinod Songra, who made it to IITs this year, although his cumulative percentage in all Resonance Test was 19.66.
Awaken your potential knowing that the power of action is within you. Here, I would like to share with you words of our student Vivek Jhunjhunwala, 14 Rank holder that he spoke at the felicitation function held on 11 June 2007, “I thank the institute, I thank My Parents and I also thank My Self for my success in IIT-JEE”. Our own action decides our best out come. I hope you will gain from the message and will make your journey to IITs a joyful one.
With love and affection.