INDORE: For Arpit Prajapat, it was a dream come true on Sunday. With 314 marks and All India Rank 46, this son of a gardener from Indore, emerged as city topper in the Joint Entrance Examination-(Advanced), the result of which was declared in the morning.
The 17-year-old, who had secured AIR 244 in the JEE (Mains), now wants to study computer sciences at Indian Institute of Technology-Mumbai.
Educated in Little Angels Convent High School, Arpit had started preparing for the competitive exam at a city based coaching center since 2015 where he was provided free of cost training.
“I was very focused about achieving a good score in JEE. It is like a dream come true but I am not going to stop dreaming here, I want to work for Google and make…