Aryaman Vikram Birla, son of business tycoon Kumar Mangalam Birla, notched up his maiden first-class hundred.Aryaman achieved the milestone on the fourth and final day on Thursday to help Madhya Pradesh earn one point after the Ranji Trophy match against Bengal ended in a draw at the Eden Gardens. Bengal got 3 points thanks to their 175-run first innings lead.Aryaman had made his debut last season against Odisha in Indore scoring 16 and 6 in the two innings.Aryaman, a 21-year-old opener, however, has looked in good touch this year. In the first two outings, he has scored 51 against Tamil Nadu, and 12 and 103 not out against Bengal.In their first innings, MP were bowled out for 335 in response to Bengal’s 510 for nine declared. Despite having a substantial lead, MP were asked to bat again and they responded well to reach 240/3 before the two captains shook hands.For Bengal, Ashoke Dinda finished with 4/78 while Anustup Majumdar returned 3/38.Also Read – Ranji Trophy wrap: Abhinav Mukund slams century, Sikkim and Uttarakhand winResuming on 254/5, MP suffered an early blow as overnight batsman Ankit Sharma (13) fell first. Yash Dubey (38) and Mihir Hirwani then added 21 but the latter departed after scoring 8 in their short stand.Dubey stitched another small partnership but Dinda had his plans in place for him. The lower order could not do much either and MP folded for 335.Asked to bat again, MP lost opener Ankit Dane early but Aryaman and Rajat Patidar (14) stitched a 41-run stand. Skipper Naman Ojha, who had scored 74 in the first innings, fell for 2.advertisementThat brought Shubham Sharma (100 not out) to the crease and he joined forces with Aryaman to deny Bengal any more success. The duo was involved in an unbroken 171-run partnership for the fourth wicket to help MP secure a point.