Shishir RK from Narayana e – Techno School, Vidyaranyapura has secured the first rank in Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) 2022 Pharmacy stream and stood fourth in engineering stream.
Minister for higher education in Karnataka Dr CN Ashwath Narayan announced the results addressing a press conference at Bengaluru. Students can check their results at kea.kar.nic.in, karresults.nic.in.
Talking to EducationWorld, the young topper said, “Studying continiously and taking less breaks is one of the way to keep your concentration intact. It is obvious to have a concentration lapse in between. Focus on a particular topic unless it has been thoroughly covered is where lies your determination to overcome something.
“Also, it is very important to read the text books. Direct questions from the textbook should never be missed,” added he.
An ardent social media addict, Shishir has kept himself away from all social media platforms. He further said,” We do not realise the time lost due to social media, it basically distracts you from your goal.”
Shishir too hopes to bag a seat in Computer Science Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay.
“My parents were my biggest motivation who constantly supported me, analysed my mistakes and provided critical feedbacks to further work on them. They have also ensured that I have a good health to carry on,” says the bright student.