Future medicos want to serve the needy

Future medicos want to serve the needy
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Ganderbal: Attributing their success to the hard work and support of the family and teachers, the qualifiers of the NEET 2021 from Ganderbal district of central Kashmir shared their success stories.

For Rayees Ahmed Mir, a resident of Bamiluna village in Kangan of central Kashmir's Ganderbal district, the reason behind his success is hard work and dedication.

Rayees secured 620 out of 720 points. "Hard work and dedication never goes waste and it is what is the result and outcome," said Rayees.

" My consistent hard work from the beginning proved fruitful.Only 6-7 hour study a day can help the student to achieve success. Books are the ultimate source of knowledge but the internet plays a role in learning. Besides my dedication and interest in studies, support of my school teachers, family helped me to achieve success,” Raees said.

"I had opted for medical subjects as I wanted to become a Doctor and my aim is to serve my society as we belong to a rural area" Mir said.

Mir’s residence was thronged by his relatives and neighbors to congratulate him and the family on the achievement and success.

This future medico said that he started preparing for NEET from class 11th class. “However, internet blockade and COVID-19 played a spoilsport. I didn't stop and continued my studies and the results are infront of us" Mir said.

Another student, Kifayat Yousuf, a resident of Satruna Kangan area of Ganderbal district has also cleared NEET by securing 619 out of 729 points.

Besides being efficient in studies, Kifayat is an obedient son who was always keen to fulfil the dream of his parents of him becoming a Doctor. “The credit of my success also goes to my parents, teachers and well-wishers,” Kifayat says.

For other students of Ganderbal district, who qualified the NEET examination, declaration of results has brought equal joy to them and their families.

As per the information available, Shahid Hussain Rather of Kangan, Nargis Hassan of Kachan Ganderbal, Rashiqa Jan of Safapora Ganderbal, Suhana Rahim of Wussan Kangan, Hafsa Nazir of Cherwan Kangan and Malik Munaza of Kangan have cleared the NEET examination the results of which was declared Monday evening. Many more students whose details couldn't be available are reported to have cleared the NEET examination as well from the district.

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