Jagdalpur: 37 Students of Prayas residential school Jagdalpur got success in NEET exam
Jagdalpur, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India, Sunday, 18 October 2020
This year, 37 students of Prayas Residential School in Jagdalpur which have been successful in NEET examination. There are 26 regular and 11 dropper batch students. It is worth mentioning that free coaching is being given to the students of Naxalite affected area for preparation of examinations like National Eligibility cum Entrance Test i.e. NEET and AIEEE conducted for admission in prestigious institutions of engineering and medicine by the tribal development department at Dhurguda near Jagdalpur . Regular classes are also conducted here from ninth to twelfth. This year, for the first time, the children were again given opportunities again, which had missed by very few marks last time. According to the information received by the tribal development department, 26 out of 63 regular students and 11 out of 12 dropper sells have been successful this year.
Lack of doctors in hospital inspired
Hemant of Tadopal in Narayanpur district decided to become a doctor himself after seeing the absence of a doctor in the village hospital and succeeded in his second attempt. Father Chan Singh is a small marginal farmer and mother is a homemaker. The success of Hemant brings happiness to the parents, siblings and the entire village. He said that the efforts of the state government are proving very effective in improving their fortunes by providing right direction to the poor needy and promising students of residential schools. The facility of high level study teaching provided under this scheme is available for training and competitive exam Due to this, many promising dreams are getting wings.
Lupteshwar, son of teacher Lakhan Kashyap, who lives in Palligaon of Kumharrawand Gram Panchayat of Jagdalpur development block, has also filled the house with success, this time in Neet examination. Lupteshwar's desire is to provide relief to people in the rural areas of Bastar by treating them.
Gupteshwar has given credit for this success to the residential school and the scheme. He said that it was due to the effort residential school that he could achieve this goal. By becoming a Gupteshwar doctor, he wants to serve the poor and the needy. He said that due to the excellent education received in school, training for initiation and competitive examinations, today the life of many students like them will be transformed.