BASE, the Bangalore based, premier training organisation providing quality training for competitive examinations gave a fitting felicitation to all its achievers of various competitive exams such as JEE ( Main & Advanced ), CET, AIIMS, JIPMER, NEET, KVPY, NTSE, Olympiads & various other examinations at Grand Slam 2013 held today at The Good Shepherd auditorium, Residency Road. The Chief Guests for the event were Prof. D Jawahar, Director, PES Institutions and Dr. Sudhir Pai, Neurosurgeon, Vikram Hospital.
Grand Slam is an annual event to celebrate and felicitate winners@BASE for their success in today’s highly competitive scenario and to encourage them for further success in their careers.
Key highlights of BASE Toppers
- Top 1 rank in both CET Engineering ( Prajwal KA ) & Medical (Hemanth A S )
- JEE ( Main ) : 7 in top 10 including 1,2,3 state ranks, 51 in top 100
- 411 students qualified for JEE advanced, 86 students cracked
- 2 students qualified for AIIMS, 4 in JIPMER, 7 in St John’s Medical College, 2 in CMC
- 7 students qualified for NEET
- II PUC : 10 students in top 10 positions
- CET Engineering : 5 in top 10, 121 in top 500
- CET Medical : 2 in top 10, 68 in top 500
- 17 students qualified in KVPY exam
- Olympiads : 38 state selections & 2 national selections
- 23 students qualified for NTSE at state level
- Total Centums : 191 inclusive of all core science subjects
Prof. D Jawahar, Director, PES Institutions congratulated students for their success. He said that the quality of education in colleges should be improved to attract talents. A good college makes a huge difference. He spoke on the importance of 3H of success – hunger, humility & hard work. He advised students to sustain excellence & become change agents of society. He also appreciated the efforts of parents towards the success of their children.
Dr. Sudhir Pai, Neurosurgeon, Vikram Hospital guided students to remember two things in life after they grow taller. 1) Always look down to ensure that your feet is on the ground. 2) Remember your parents & teachers who made you successful. He also emphasized that with the advancement in medical science & technology, 50 % of what you learn today may not be relevant tomorrow. He advised students not to be scared to ask questions.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr H S Nagaraja, Founder Director, BASE said, “It really feels great to know that the effort we have put in has paid off. We are proud of our students, who have constantly worked hard to meet everyone’s expectations. They have been a constant inspiration for us to reach greater heights in the field of education. We are happy that we were able to bring out the best in these students and guide them appropriately to achieve their goals. I wish to thank our teachers too for providing guidance and support to these children. I extend my hearty congratulations to all the successful students and wish them success in all their future endeavors”