JEE Advanced 2023: Reddy wants to become a computer scientist, an inventor, or a government employee. He wants to enrol in IIT Bombay’s BTech programme in computer science engineering.
Vavilala Chidvilas Reddy, 17, has shown consistent dedication over the last four years as she won the top spot in JEE Advanced on Sunday with a 341 out of 360 scores. He committed to studying and getting ready for the difficult exam from 6 am to 11 pm, not letting even small health difficulties stop him. “Although I anticipated being among the top five, I am elated to have achieved the prestigious All India Rank one,” declared Reddy.
Reddy credits his dad, Rajeshwar Reddy (a government teacher at Giri Kothapalli) and mother, Nagalaxmi Reddy (a government teacher at Irwin), for their unwavering support. Both work as maths instructors at the public school in Madgul, Telangana’s Rangareddy district.
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In addition, he expresses gratitude to his professors for their crucial support and advice. Reddy has attended Sri Chaitanya school and junior college in Hyderabad since he was 11 years old, where he decided to follow his IIT dream at a young age.
“My brother was in Sri Chaitanya, and he is now in his final year of BTech at BITS Pilani. I followed in his footsteps. I have been dedicatedly preparing for the JEE since the 9th grade. I worked very hard, and my lecturers provided me with confidence and motivation. From 6 am to 11 pm every day, I utilised every moment except for necessary breaks for bathing, meals, and snacks. Otherwise, I was fully engaged in my preparations,” he told.
“I studied extensively, referring to numerous books related to IIT JEE advanced mains. Despite minor health concerns like occasional fevers and stomach pains due to irregular eating habits, I did not face any significant challenges,” Reddy added.