JEE (Advanced) 2014 All-India topper Chitraang Murdia who joined B.Tech in Computer Science at IIT-Bombay quit and joined Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on scholarship to pursue his passion for physics. Read why he left IIT Bombay as Chitraang Murdia Story Is Important For Students. Though several students who joined according to rank seek a change in branch after their first year at IITs, very few quit the institute or change to the subject of their interest.
Murdia’s story is inspirational for students who want to follow their passion & interest.
Murdia, a resident of Udaipur, who secured 334 out of 360 marks in JEE Advanced 2014 says:
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