Topper In AP, Telangana Eamcets Now Bags 64th Rank In JEE Advanced

Mohan Abhyas is the son of a samosa seller in Kukatpally - Sakshi Post

Hyderabad: A Telugu boy, V. Mohan Abhyas, the son of a samosa seller in Kukatpally, has added one more feather in his cap by securing 64th rank in this year's Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced. The 17-year-old had bagged first rank in Andhra Pradesh Eamcet and fifth in Telangana Eamcet this year, the results of which were announced in the first week of May.

"I am very happy. My son used to study for 10 hours a day. He used to help us in making samosas till he was in class 10. He may join IIT Mumbai or IIT Chennai," says his proud father Subba Rao. He sells samosas at KPHB for a living and along with his wife makes samosas at home.

Mohan helps his mother to make samosas

Mohan who had bagged all-India sixth rank and first position in South in JEE Mains, scored 310 marks out of 366 in the JEE Advanced, the results of which were announced on Sunday. "I expected to get a rank within 50. Initially I was a bit disappointed but now I am satisfied with my performance," said an elated Mohan.

Mohan, who aims to be a scientist attributes his success to his parents and his teachers and considers APJ Abdul Kalam as his idol. He is still figuring out which branch to opt for though he had initially planned to join BE (Engineering Physics).

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