Resonance Eduventures Pvt. Ltd., Kota, distributed prizes
worth Rs. 1 crore to the 100+ toppers of its STaRT examination, at a ceremony
held at UIT AUidtorium in Kota.
RK Verma, MD, Resonance, called upon the students to learn
and build capacity to digest their own success and sustain it. “Students
shouldn’t get egoistic about their success”, he said. He further counselled
students that hard work always pays in life, teaching them new lessons, and
failures do not close roads for them, as there are always more options to
Topper Swaraj Nandi of Bhubaneswar, a class 7 student,
studies for 10 hours a day and wants to become a scientist in the future.
Second Ranker, Samiksha Das of Surat, said that she studied 3 hours daily, and
aims to crack the JEE. “Appearing for STaRT helped me gain experience, which
would be helpful in cracking major exams in the future.”, she said.
STaRT was conducted on 27th September, 2015. Overall
approximately 15,000 students appeared for the exam at 85 centers in 77 cities
throughout the country. About 700 top students were declared winners, with 21
having secured Top-3 All India Ranks across 7 categories.