Dr. Laxman Singh Dev of UP has created a new academic record by clearing the NET exam in 12 different subjects. Laxman has not only set a wonderful example by doing this, but has also inspired lakhs of young aspirants and competitors.
By clearing UGC NET in 12 subjects, Laxman Singh, a resident of Muzaffarnagar, marked his place in India’s academic history and became India’s most technically qualified person. Last year, Laxman Singh broke the national record by clearing NET in 11 subjects. And this time again he has broken his own record by passing NET in 12th subject Comparative Religion Studies. For this achievement, his name has been registered in the India Book of Records.
JRF in Dance, Drama, Indian Culture, Sociology, Political Science, Arab Culture and Islamic Studies, Buddhist Studies, Jain Studies, Gandhi and Peace Studies, Comparative Religion Studies, passed UGC-NET. Elementary Education Saraswati Shishu Mandir After completing from DAV Inter College, Laxman Singh took Bachelor’s degree from Delhi University and Master’s degree from JNU. Laxman Singh is the youngest son of retired Boharan Lal, resident of Khadarwala, Muzaffar Nagar city, “Superintendent Custom and Central Excise”.
UGC NET is the biggest examination of higher education in India. , Except once, he never needed to prepare for UGC NET exam. Remarkable thing in this is his habit of reading anything out of constant curiosity. Whichever book comes in front of you, you definitely have to read something from it. Laxman Singh, who has read thousands of theses, books, gazetteers of all the districts of India, books of all religions, has a special habit of reading everything without thinking, neither reading to pass any exam, nor reading to show it to anyone, only knowledge. Reading to quench the thirst of That’s why he chose the difficult topic of art of Nepal’s Dalits in PhD, on which there was no article. 48 districts of Nepal have been successfully traveled with a Platina-like motorcycle.
Studied in these subjects
After this, Laxman Singh decided to pass the UGC-NET exam (UGC NET). So far he has cleared UGC NET in Political Science, Sociology, Indian Culture, Arab Culture, Islamic Studies, Buddhist Studies, Jain Studies, Gandhi and Peace Studies, while qualified JRF in Dance and Drama. The name of Dr. Laxman Singh working as translation officer in Central Public Works Department, Delhi has been registered in the India Book of Records.
Took higher education from JNU
Despite the adverse situation, Laxman did not give up and was determined to graduate in DU. Even after failing in two subjects in the first year, managed to pass the entrance examination of Master in International Relations from JNU in the third year. Passed BA degree with great difficulty with 39 percent marks. After this, he topped the entrance of Arts and Aesthetics in JNU and obtained a master’s degree.