Bhubaneswar: The students of SAI International School have excelled in Advanced IIT-JEE 2020 as well as CLAT 2020 entrance tests. In IIT-JEE Advanced 2020, Sibasish Rout (AIR – 73) with 287 marks and Animesh Sahoo (AIR 301) with 251 marks have bagged the second and fourth spots in Odisha respectively.
Reeteswar Rajguru secured the State Rank 7 (AIR 853) by scoring 216 marks. Around 25 students of SAI International School have secured admirable ranks in JEE Advanced examination, the school authorities informed.
In the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2020, Aditya Sarma bagged the State Rank 1 and AIR 50 with a score of 95.25. Raghav Saha secured State Rank 3 and All India Rank 418 with a score of 84 marks and Mallika Pattnaik who scored 83 marks bagged the State Rank 4 and AIR 491.
“Sibasish is a hardworking student who had secured AIR 76 in Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) in 2019 as well as qualified for National Talent Search Examination (NTSE). He had also secured State Rank 2 in National Standard Examination Physics (NSEP) and 97.6% in CBSE Class XII Board Examination 2020,” a SAI International School official said.
He aspires to join IIT Bombay to pursue his academics in Computer Engineering. His father Abhaya Charan Rout is presently serving as Additional Commissioner, Income Tax at Hyderabad and his mother Suprava Das has taken voluntary retirement as Junior Engineer from BSNL.
Aditya is a hardworking and intelligent student who believes in dedication to achieve his goals. The boy who studied for around 10 hours a day aspires to become a Corporate lawyer. He had scored 93.4% in his CBSE Class XII Board examination. He is the son of IAS-officer couple, Bhaskar Jyoti Sarma and Shubha Sarma.
Animesh does self study for 6 to 7 hours every day. He has qualified for KVPY 2018 and 2019. He had scored 96.6% in CBSE Class XII Board Examination. The brilliant boy is the son of Deepak Ranjan Sahoo, a Software Engineer at TCS and Sagarika Sahoo, a practicing Chartered Accountant.
Reeteswar, who draws inspiration from Stephen Hawking, looks forward to pursue Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering from either IIT Bombay or Kanpur. His mother Saubhagya Laxmi Nanda who works as Academic Coordinator at Aakash Institute is his constant source of inspiration.
Founder and Mentor of SAI International School, Dr Bijaya Kumar Sahoo congratulated the students and said, “Every possible step was taken to ensure that the learning of our children do not hamper. Our teachers have been working tirelessly round the clock to keep the children motivated and help them study systematically.”
“I am happy that my students are able to pursue their dreams, even during this uncertain time,” he added.