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- JEE Advanced 2020 Topper Pune Chirag Falor Interview to Dainik Bhaskar; Know Who Is Who Is Maharashtra Pune Topper Chirag? All You Need To Know
Mumbai14 minutes agoAuthor: Ashish Rai
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Chirag is pursuing engineering from Manchester Institute of Technology (MIT, USA).
- To achieve the goal, Chirag used neither mobile nor television.
- Started preparing for IIT from 9th class, studied 8-12 hours daily
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi has released the result 7 days after the JEE Advanced 2020 exam. 18-year-old Chirag Fallor from Pune has secured AIR-1. Out of 396 lamps, 352 marks have come. After this success, there is a festive atmosphere at his home in Dhankavadi. Because of Corona, people are giving greetings through phone and video call. Despite having topped, Chirag will not enroll in any institute in the country. His dream is to establish a colony on Mars.
Used to study 8 to 12 hours
In an interview given to Dainik Bhaskar, Chirag said that he was sure of good results. But, Top Karunga did not expect this. Chirag attributes his success to parents, sister, teacher and Akash Institute. He told that he started preparing for IITs from 9th class itself. He used to study for 8 to 12 hours every day.
Chirag was honored by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 25 January this year.
Modi had told Chirag – Whatever you decide, leave only after completing
Chirag Falor, who was awarded the Bal Shakti Award by President Ram Nath Kovind in January this year, has met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the time, Chirag said, “It is a matter of pride for me to meet the Prime Minister. He has been my role model. The way I think about his country, I also think so. During the meeting, he can comfort anyone Let's do it. He said – leave only what you want in life and always respect the parents. “
Chirag while receiving the Balashakti Award from the President.
Despite topping, we will not enroll in any institute in the country
Despite topping the IIT, Chirag will not take admission in any institute in the country. He is pursuing engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT, US). Despite being admitted, they could not go there due to Corona lockdown. Currently they join online classes. Chirag said, “My dream from the beginning was to go to MIT. But let me be clear that I have gone there only to study, then after that I will come back and work for my country.”
Chirag's house has a festive atmosphere. Congratulations are being received continuously on the phone.
Indians dream of establishing a colony on Mars
Chirag told that after completing his studies, he dreams of going to Mars. They want to build a second home for Indians on Mars. They want that people can go from Earth to Mars just like we can go from one place to another in the country. Chirag said, “It is difficult, but not impossible. The Prime Minister says if you have set a goal, do not leave it until it is completed. I am sure one day I will succeed in it.” “
Stay away from mobile phones, TV and social media for 2 years
To fulfill his goal, Chirag neither used a mobile phone nor watched TV for 2 years. Due to the lockdown, he was forced to take a smartphone in March. However, a few days before the exam, he also kept distance from the phone.
Chirag (left) with his family.
Chirag's father Pawan Kumar Falor is also a software engineer in a large IT company. His mother Pooja Devi is a housewife. Chirag is closest to his sister Lavanya. Chirag loves to know about space and behold the stars at night. Golgappas made by mother's hand are very much liked. On Monday too, he celebrated by eating Golgappa.