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     Hardwork sees Pavneet through

Chandigarh, January 9th 2009, Tribune News Service

‘I always knew I would score this much,” beamed Pavneet Singh Gulyani with confidence, as everybody applauded him for creating history by scoring 100 percentile in CAT prelims.

A final year student of mechanical engineering at PEC, Pavneet, son of a retail shopkeeper from Mohali has been declared engineering’s loss but management’s gain.

“He is just an average student at PEC but one of the best in the institute. He shatters the notion that toppers are good in academics throughout as what could not be seen in his mark sheets came out in this aptitude test,” said Gurmeet Sethi, centre head PT Chandigarh Centre.

“It was my first attempt at CAT and I know one need not be super intelligent to crack it. I am an average student who is good at maths but a little weak at language but my hardwork took me to the top. It was not that I studied like mad but I made sure I never let my routine get disrupted,” he revealed.

Pavneet considers the tear in his mother’s eyes on the declaration of result, the best compliment and foresees his future in education sector. “I have already received calls from about six IIMS. I want to be a pioneer entrepreneur in the field of education. I am not sure of what I will do but I will start my own venture for sure.”

Rome was not made in one day and so was his success, as according to his mother, Pavneet was always exceptional in maths and solving puzzles was his hobby.

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