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Ghaziabad boy tops Jamia BTech entrance

Sidhant Tuli of Vasundhra, Ghaziabad, has topped the merit list of BTech entrance of Jamia Millia Islamia for the academic session 2012-13. About 30,000 candidates appeared for the 350 BTech seats offered by the faculty of engineering and technology.

Attributing the success to his family and teachers, Tuli said, ‘The guidance of my grandparents and our educational institution is the reason behind my success and I thank them.’

Sidhant Tuli passed out from Ahlcon Public School in Mayur Vihar Phase I. ‘I am happy with my result, I got 19th rank in the engineering entrance exam of Indraprastha University, but my dream is to go Birla Institute of Technology and Science [BITS] Pilani.’

‘I believe that my retention and quick grasping ability are the factors that helped me crack the engineering exam. My mantra is to put in sincere efforts in everything I take up and that has always taken me to the top,’ he added.

All India Test was held on Saturday, 9 June. This year 47 girls were selected for the BTech programme of Jamia Millia Islamia. Ratio of girls students has improved after the reservation of seats for them. The results of the entrance tests could be accessed at the university’s web site

Khalid Moin, Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, informed that the BTech courses at Jamia Millia Islamia are much sought after. For a total of 350 seats on offer across five streams of engineering, the university had received about 30,000 application forms this year.

Faculty of engineering and technology at Jamia Millia Islamia offers undergraduate courses leading to the degree of BTech in civil, electrical, mechanical, electronics & communication and computer engineering.

‘This faculty is also offering postgraduate courses leading to degree of MTech in various branches of engineering such as environmental science and engineering, electrical power system management, control and instrumentation system, mechanical engineering [production, industrial, thermal, design] and earthquake engineering,’ he added.
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