Story of GATE 2018 Topper AIR 1 in first attempt without Coaching

Ms. Diksha saklani GATE 2018 Topper in Chemistry in her First attempt. 

IIT - Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee Student has emerged as the National Topper in the GATE Examination’s Chemistry Paper. Ms. Diksha Saklani is a final year student of M.Sc. Chemistry at IIT Roorkee and got All India Rank No: 1 in Chemistry Paper in her first attempt. She did her B.Sc. from Dehradun and joined IIT Roorkee by clearing the exam Joint Admission Test for M.Sc. (JAM)-2016. As she cleared the exam and got AIR 1 So she became the source of motivation for many youth. 



Motivation for GATE 2019 Aspirants

Got first rank in first attempt,
Never join any coaching,
AIR 1 by self study without drop
Most important things to be notice that Ms. Diksha Saklani did not join any coaching classes or tuitions. 


GATE TOPPER told about her preparation strategy - 


 Ms. Diksha Saklani  said that I first looked for the topics where I was not confident and tried to get command on the concept underneath, especially in organic chemistry. I also solved the previous year papers side-by-side periodically to monitor my progress. I took help from all sources available: teachers, friends and the Internet.” 
Aptitude is an important field of life that needs to be mastered. She says, “I never felt my preparation as a burden because I looked for coordination between class lectures and preparation.” 

What to do for refreshment - 
she loves singing and writing. “I write poems whenever I am free.

She also obtained All India Rank No: 11 (JRF) in the CSIR NET Chemistry exam held on June 2017 on her maiden attempt. She has also been a recipient of DST (Department of Science and Technology) INSPIRE (SHE) Scholarship since 2013.



Professor Dr. K. R. Justin Thomas, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, IIT Roorkee, said,  about her success that “It is always encouraging to see students hailing from rural area excel in science education despite the steady decline for interest in science studies and careers. Ms. Diksha Saklani is an illustrative student who overcame the negative vibrations by hard work and perseverance. She is working in my research group for her M.Sc. project.” 




GATE is conducted jointly by the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and seven Indian Institutes of Technology and the score is used for admissions to various postgraduate education programs.






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