Promising children of aspiring districts will serve the people by becoming doctors in the village: success in NEET examination through special coaching

Promising children of aspiring districts will serve the people by becoming doctors in the village: success in NEET examination through special coaching

Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India, Sunday, 18 October 2020

The promising children of Bastar division of the state will now serve themselves as doctors. Special coaching has been arranged by the Government of Chhattisgarh for the meritorious children for the All India Medical Entrance Examination. Efforts to improve the talent of such children are getting good success on the initiative of Prayas Schools and District Administration.
          Hemant, who lives in Tadopal in Narayanpur district, said that he belongs to a small marginal family. Seeing the absence of a doctor in the village hospital, he decided to become a doctor himself and succeeded in his second attempt. He said that the efforts of the state government are proving to be very effective in improving the destiny of the residential schools by providing right direction to the poor needy and promising students. The dreams of many promising people are getting wings due to the facility, environment and training for competitive examinations received under this scheme.
    Lupteshwar, son of teacher Lakhan Kashyap, who lives in Palligaon of Kumharrawand Gram Panchayat of Jagdalpur development block, has also filled the happiness in the entire house by getting success in NEET examination. Lupteeshwar attributed his success to the residential school and this scheme. Have given. Lupteshwar wants to be a doctor and serve the poor and the needy.
         In the Bijapur district, under the program Chhu Lo Akash Program, run in collaboration with the district administration and NMDC, 5 children of farming families have proved their hard work and dedication by qualifying NEET, the country's highest medical entrance exam. All these children, despite the lack of resources and being from a remote area, have become inspirations for other children by succeeding in this highest medical entrance examination. In the examination, Ajay Kalum, Suresh Madakam, Seema Bhagat, Shunu Jhad and Harish Agade have succeeded in NEET entrance examination.

    Suresh Madakam, a resident of Kottagudam, has died in Utsur block among the children who have qualified for the highest medical entrance examination in the country. Suresh said that along with Mataji Shanti, two elder brothers Santosh and Arjun do farming and encourage him to study. Suresh is also determined to fulfill his brothers' dreams by scoring 60 per cent in the 12th standard. Ajay told that his parents Rameshwari and Somaru are farming and teaching him, Ajay is confident that he will get admission in medical college. Seema Bhagat, a resident of Bijapur, told that the father has died and his elder brother Arjun Bhagat is paying attention to his studies. A younger brother Pritam is studying for second year B.Sc. Seema said that Mother Brihaspati Bhagat is a homemaker and pays constant attention to her studies. Harish Agde, who hails from Bijapur and Sheenu Jha, a resident of Papanpal in Bijapur block, has also highlighted the name of the country's medical entrance examination NEET qualified Ker district.
37 students of attempt in NEET examination got success
    This year, 37 students of Prayas Residential School in Jagdalpur of the state have achieved success 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 also given a chance again, who had missed the last few marks. 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.

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