Hyderabad, July 17 (INN): Shouvanik Chakravarti, a student of FIITJEE Hyderabad centre, bagged a Silver Medal in the International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) this year. He was one of the four Indian medalists at the 44th IPhO which was held at Copenhagen, Denmark from 7th July – 15th July this year.
Shouvanik Chakravarti performed exceptionally well in both the JEE Mains and Advance. In JEE Mains he scored 325/360 and in JEE Advance his AIR was 58. He studied in FIITJEE’s Pinnacle Program, which is an integrated II Years Program and passed out in 2013. He has also qualified for the National level Olympiad in Astronomy.
“I was keen to participate in this Olympiad because this is a life time opportunity to represent the country in an international platform. Hence I gave priority to prepare for the Olympiad and JEE,” said Shouvanik.
Dr Ananda Raman, Director, FIITJEE Hyderabad expressed happiness and said, “India has achieved remarkable success in this year’s science Olympiads and FIITJEE is very proud of our young talents. In today’s highly competitive environment, it is really difficult to crack these titles.”
“At FIITJEE we have always emphasized on developing a high level of understanding and interest towards the core subjects and an outstanding ability to relate theories with one another as well as with the practical world which is very important to showcase good performance in these competitive titles,” he added.