Harsh Gupta Becomes IIT Gate Topper, Gets All India Rank 1 In Chemical Engineering:

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Happiness is spread everywhere in this Gupta family in Jaipur as by their younger son, Harsh Gupta has secured All India Rank 1 in chemical engineering. Results of Graduate Aptitude Test in engineering i.e GATE 2017 are just out and Harsh Gupta is clearly a topper by securing 999 out of 1000.

A BTech final year student at Malviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT) at Jaipur, Harsh has not yet decided his action plan after this amazing result of GATE examination, he spoke about in an interview with HT, about his future plan, “I will consult my seniors and teachers to decide whether I go for for a Master’s at IIT or try for a job in a public sector undertaking(PSU)”. He also further continued, “I may work at a PSU for few years before going abroad for Master’s”.

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Harsh actually hails from engineering family only, his father, Santosh Kumar Gupta is an associate professor in Statistics department at university of Rajastan in Jaipur, while his elder brother, who is graduate from Birla Institute of Technology(BIT), Mesra, Ranchi is currently working for IBM, Delhi office. Harsh’s father who is jubilant over his son’s success and said, “I am very happy for my son.”

Speaking more on  the Harsh’s education, he did schooling from Jaipuria Vidyalaya, a CBSE
school on Jawaharlal Nehru Marg and then further went to take join Malviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT) at Jaipur in 2013.

This Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering i.e GATE 2017 was organised by IIT Roorkee, in
afternoon and forenoon sessions on weekends, on February 4, February 5 and February 11 and February 12. Scores of this test can be downloaded till May 5 and these scores are considered valid till next three years. GATE is an examination which basically tests knowledge of candidate in his undergraduate subjects of engineering and it’s score can be used by both public and private sector.