Indore: City lad Dhruv Arora, who is among top 15 students who scored 100 percentile in JEE Mains, had objected to two model answer keys released by National Testing Agency (NTA) and his objections were found right. “NTA corrected the answer keys and then released the results,” said an elated Dhruv who cleared JEE Mains in his first attempt.
A proud child of his parents, Dhruv had suffered a major blow when his mother had passed away three years ago. However, he did not let his biggest loss to take toll on his studies. He remained focused and scored well in all his exams. He was declared all India topper in Physics and Chemistry Olympiad results of which were declared about a month ago. Dhruv is hopeful of scoring high in JEE Advanced to be held in April. Currently, he is preparing for board exams. Dhruv lives in a hostel of a coaching class. His father, Mukesh Arora is a employee with a pharma company in Sikkim.