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    Seven students from Telangana achieved a perfect 100 percentile in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains session –I. This makes Telangana the only state in India to have the highest number of 100 percentiles in the engineering entrance exam this year.

    Out of the 23 students who scored a perfect 100 in the paper – 1 (BE/BTech), seven are from Telangana. Their names are Rishi Shekher Shukla, Rohan Sai Pabba, Muthavarapu Anoop, Hundekar Vidith, M Sai Teja Madineni, Sriyashas Mohan Kalluri, and Tavva Dinesh Reddy. The JEE Mains paper-1 test was conducted on January 27, 29, 30, 31, and February 1, with a total of 11,70,036 students appearing for it out of the 12,21,615 who registered. The performance of students from Telugu States in JEE exams has been consistent over the years.

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    In the next section, some of the high-scoring students shared their experiences and aspirations. M Sai Teja, who achieved a perfect score, expressed his aim to score the same in the next section and advance exams. He studied for 9 to 13 hours daily and played table tennis to cope with stress. His goal is to study CSE at IIT-Bombay and start his own company.

    Muthavarapu Anoop attributed his success to the constant support and guidance from his lecturers and parents. He is currently focused on the upcoming advanced exams and aspires to study the Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) program at IIT Bombay.

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    Rohan Sai Pabba approached the exam without any expectations and gave his best effort. He prepared for 10–12 hours daily, limiting his usage of electronic gadgets. His father, a software professional, played a crucial role in guiding him. He also aims to join the CSE program at IIT-Bombay.

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    Hundekar Vidith credited his success to solving practice papers and mock tests daily. He dreams of joining IIT-Bombay and contributing to the country instead of pursuing higher studies or jobs abroad.

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    Sriyashas Mohan Kalluri, an accomplished archer and Khelo India athlete, emphasized the importance of balancing academics and other interests. He has excelled in both academics and archery.

    Tavva Dinesh Reddy studied for 8–9 hours daily and solved complex problems for JEE preparations. He plans to pursue computer science at either IIT Bombay or IIIT Hyderabad.

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