Beat the NEET
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The prestigious National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Undergraduate) or NEET (UG), formerly the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), is an all India pre-medical entrance test for students who wish to pursue undergraduate medical (MBBS), dental (BDS) and AYUSH (BAMS, BUMS, BHMS, etc.) courses in government and private institutions in India and also, for those intending to pursue primary medical qualification abroad.The exam is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA), which provides the results to the Directorate General of Health Services under Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and State Counselling Authorities for seat allocation.Jammu and Kashmir has shined in the latest NEET exam results.
Jammu boy Tanmay Gupta, scored the All India first rank in the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021, he said that continuing with his hobbies helped him focus on studies.Tanmay is one of the three students who scored 720 marks. The other two are Mrinal Kutteri and Karthika G Nair.It is really great that Eighteen-year-old Tanmay Gupta from Jammu has created history by becoming the first from Jammu and Kashmir to be the national topper of NEET 2021.Many boys and girls too from Kashmir valley shined with flying colours in the NEET results. Ansab Moonisa, a resident of Tral has secured 670 points and got 1586 AIR.
Similarly, Maleeha Zahoor, a student from Kangan has secured 662 points. Another successful candidate, Suhail Ashraf from Kuzwera Chadoora in Budgam district has secured 615 points. While speaking to ANI in Jammu, Tanmay said, “I started preparing in standard 11 and studied 4 to 5 hours a day. I continued my hobbies with my studies. If you continue your hobbies, you will have more interest in studies.”
The students from Jammu and Kashmir successfully crossing the NEET exams is a news to cherish for all of us .On the otherhand, Unlike many toppers who claim to have studied for 12-14 hours a day, NEET 2021 All India Rank 1 holder Mrinal Kutteri told News18.com in an exclusive interview that he could not follow a fixed routine and took breaks every 45 minutes. He claims to have binged sitcoms on Netflix and Amazon Prime during the 2.5 years he spent in NEET preparation. The TV shows, said the topper, kept him motivated during grim times.One hopes the students from Jammu and Kashmir and other parts of the country make us proud by taking forward their NEET achievements to develop a positive society for one and all.