JEE Main: Meet the JEE Main topper who never appeared for the BTech placement at IIT Bombay

JEE Main: Meet the JEE Main topper who never appeared for the BTech placement at IIT Bombay

The huge salary packages and one-to-one job offers received by engineering students in IIT campus placements have always been in the headlines. Due to IIT's excellent placement record and excellent education, students spend years preparing for its entrance exam. School students start preparing for JEE Main and Advanced exams from class 11 itself. Nowadays, many students are following this path since class 9th. In this IIT race, the most competition is to get a seat in B.Tech Computer Science Engineering of IIT Bombay. B.Tech in Computer Science Engineering course from IIT Bombay is the first choice of top rankers of JEE Advanced. The reason is the huge salary packages offered by reputed IT companies in India and abroad after completing this course. But how would you feel to know that the JEE Main topper of the year 2017 did not sit for the campus placement here after doing B.Tech from IIT Bombay.

Here we are talking about Kalpit Veerwal who not only topped the engineering entrance exam JEE Main 2017 but also created history by scoring 360 marks out of 360. He was the first student in the history of JEE Main to score 360 ​​marks out of 360. After JEE Main, when he gave JEE Advanced, the next exam to get entry into IIT, his overall rank was 109th. He was the topper of SC category of JEE Advanced. Kalpit, who hails from Udaipur in Rajasthan, chose IIT Bombay's B.Tech in Computer Science engineering course, which is said to be the creamiest. But after doing B.Tech from IIT Bombay, he decided to start his own business instead of sitting in placements.

Meet the JEE Advanced topper who left IIT's creamiest BTech course after just 1 year

Actually, Kalpit's wish was to contribute more towards nation building and become a provider of more employment in the country. He started writing online about his study methods and strategies. He started getting good response from readers on the internet which inspired him to start a YouTube channel in his second year at IIT. Started his online education company 'AcadBoost Technologies' in 2019. Within a short time he employed 30 people in his company. Very soon he started earning more than the best package offered at IIT Bombay B.Tech CSE. The business stagnated over the next 2 years. Was getting profit every month. The number of students kept increasing. Despite acquisition attempts by PE firms, big-name investors and several edtech companies, they never raised any funding. He has invested all the money in various businesses, stocks, real estate etc.

He wrote on Linkedin, 'We work to empower students of more than 60 thousand schools and colleges and pay taxes to the Government of India for national development. ,

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