While the Maharashtra Health and Technical Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET ) results for the year 2011 has not been a cheering factor for many, it has come as a cherishing moment for Nashik boy Pritish Chajjed, who is the son of a grocer. Pritish has topped the state in the common entrance exam (CET), by claiming perfect scores in maths and chemistry, but missing a mark in physics.
He has good scores in the standard XII board exams and now have the best score in the CET entrance exam. He scored 92.5% in the HSC board exam and 199 out of 200 in the CET.
As per reports, Pritish’s parents are feeling proud. His parents have always supported him in whatever he did; but his brother Nikhil has inspired him to put his best. He wants to pursue studies in electronics, telecommunication or computers.
His mantra of success is to to study a chapter in detail after being taught and solve Multiple Choice Questions regularly.