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Coaching Institute in Rajasthan Honorued its IIT-JEE Topper with a Brand New BMW Car as a Gift


Yes, you read that right! A coaching institute based in Sikar, Rajasthan has recently honoured its IIT-JEE topper, Tanmay Shekhawat with the best gift ever – a brand new BMW car! Tanmay, who is a son of a lecturer, scored an All India Rank of 11 in the IIT_JEE Advanced examination with 291 marks this year and has received this wonderful gift he could never dream of.

The Samarpan coaching institute, where Tanmay had been preparing gifted him a BMW car worth Rs.28.50 lakh to celebrate his stellar performance. RL Poonia and Shrichand Dhaka, the directors of the institute said that they are just keeping the promise they made. They had promised all students of gifting a BMW to anyone who bags an under 20 rank in JEE Advanced examinations.

Students believed that this promise was just a way to motivate them to perform well but the directors were pretty serious about it. They did intend to gift a BMW to the deserving student and have kept their words.

Tanmay and his family are extremely delighted to have received this lavish gift. Tanmay, who comes from a very humble background, said that he never even dreamt of such a car. He also expressed his gratefulness to the institute and to his teachers, who he says are responsible for his stunning performance in the IIT-JEE Advanced examinations 2016.

 


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