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Kande Rakesh, a final year Electronics and Communication Engineering student from the city, topped the national level Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE-2012), the results of which were announced on 15th March, Thursday. Rakesh achieved first rank at national-level, scoring 67 out of 100 and a GATE score of 1,000.
Meanwhile, Atul Kumar, a student of Bapatla Engineering College, secured first rank in Agriculture Engineering. Students from the same college, Md. Imran Shaik, secured 29th rank, V. Vamsi Krishna secured 94th rank, Tagore secured 110th rank and P. Mahesh secured 141st rank. Several other students from the state figured in the top-50 list. Arjun Ravindranath secured 21st rank in Instrumentation engineering, while Dhanunjay Deshmukh, came 29th in Mechanical Engineering.
Rakesh, a student of Matrusri Engineering College, Saidabad, is the son of Mr. K. Rajender, a senior assistant in the CID. He came first among 1, 76, 944 candidates who appeared for GATE in Electronics and Communication Engineering. “I was expecting a rank in the top 10. Achieving first rank at the national level is a dream comes true for me. I want to take admission in the prestigious Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru,” said Rakesh. Two students Aniket Singh and Suprovat Ghoshal, are from GATEFORUM, a city-based coaching institute, secured second and third ranks.
Courtesy: Deccan Chronicle
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