StutiKhandwala… an 18-year-old who makes an inerasable history in the competitive world with India rank 10 in AIIMS entrance exam, 71st rank in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), 27th in JIPMER entrance test and passed JEE Main with 99.91 percentile. Stuti an Indian student from Surat in Gujarat. She hit the headlines a few days ago for clearing the above exams and stood top by securing a scholarship and a research programmer position in Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has decided to pursue research in the premier US institute.
Stuti, This Surprising feat by this meritorious girl is most noteworthy. StutiKhandwala is a student of Allen career institute class program in Kota of Rajasthan. This list of success and accolades is immense for Stuti. She scored 98.8% in her CBSE board exams and topped at Rajasthan Board in the stream of Science.
Before applying the All exams, she aimed to score best and to choose the best institute but surprisingly she received her admission offer from the MIT and she would be traveling and decided to choose research thereafter studies. Coming to her success mantra she always says that the reason behind this success is the support of her parents and the assistance of her teachers in Allen. She devoted 13 hours in a day for self-study of Physics, Biology, Chemistry, and mathematics.
Stuti Khandwala Parents
Stuti’s parents were doctors by profession. Her Father Dr. Sheetal Khandwala is a pathologist and mother Dr. Hetal is a dentist who gave up his profession for her daughter for her child and stayed in Kota along with Stuti for three years. Her father visits them at the weekend.
Stuti started her Olympiad in 9th standard and got an opportunity to HBCSE, a center for Indian Olympiad program & conduction for Indian Junior science national camp. In Kota, she motivated by the scope of Biology through theatrical and practical. In 2017 at her 10th standard she honored 4 top flag bearers of India at the U.K grabbed a Silver medal. In her 11th she grabbed a silver in IBO 2018 held at Tehran, Iran. Besides these Olympiads received accolades in NTSE, KYPY Scholar also a recipient of national child award for Achievement in academics by India’s president. Also did the research program on Maple seeds at Stanford on Biomechanics and Biofluid Dynamics. She is meritorious from her school days onwards.