Shashwat, who is from Gujarati medium, said he wanted to pursue engineering and technology. “I want to go to MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Harvard. Then I want to make weapons for the defence forces,” said Shashwat whose greatest inspiration is his grandmother, Jayaben.
A total of 131684 students have appeared for B (medical), A (non medical) and AB (both) groups GUJCET examination conducted on April 26. This year again, Rajkot maintained the top position, though with a slightly lower percentage from 85.03 per cent to 84.47 per cent this year.
Students who appeared for the exam on Sunday found that two entire pages of the question paper were not from the curriculum they had been taught. Over 2,000 students of Hindi and English mediums of instruction are affected. Some questions were missed as a few question numbers were repeated, too.
Consent for closing 120 such schools have already been received by the school trustees. The final decision on the fate of these schools will be taken in the executive meeting of the board, scheduled on November 27.